brake-force control

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English-russian automobile dictionary. 2013.

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  • Electronic stability control — (ESC) is a computerized technology [1][2] that may potentially improve the safety of a vehicle s stability by detecting and minimizing skids.[3] When ESC detects loss of steering control, it automatically applies the brakes to help steer the… …   Wikipedia

  • Railway brake — A traditional clasp brake: the brake shoe (brown) bears on the surface (tyre) of the wheel (red), and is operated by the levers (grey) on the left …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency brake (train) — This article is about emergency brakes on trains. For emergency brakes in cars, see hand brake. Driver s brake handle in a UK Electric Multiple Unit On trains, the expression emergency brake has several meanings: The maximum brake force available …   Wikipedia

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