F-M DBW AWD Propulsion Mechatronic Control Systems for All-Fluidic Vehicles
An alternative extraordinary fluido-mechanical (F-M) concept is the all-fluidic vehicle (AFV) being developed by some automotive manufacturers. Fluidics is the technology of using the flow characteristics of liquid or gas to operate a mechatronic control system. One of the newest of the mechatronic control technologies, fluidics has recently come to compete with M-M and E-M DBW AWD propulsion mechatronic control systems.
KeywordsAutomotive Vehicle Fluid Pressure Servo Control Swash Plate Fluidic Circuit
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