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A Transmission for All Seasons?-Thoughts on Cvt High Level Programming
Published September 25, 1997 by Institution of Mechanical Engineers in United Kingdom
The last two decades has seen the establishment of the CVT as a small car transmission, which may have used pitot tubes, cables and valves to control it. The true potential of the CVT may have been diluted by this control technology. Electronics are opening up new areas of control sophistication. As this emerges into the public domain, the driver's expectations will also ramp up.
But can the CVT become all things to all men?
Sir Thomas More was Henry VIII's principal judge. He was called "A man for all seasons" because of his totally even-handed manner, with men from all walks of life