Characterisation Of High-Dynamic Form-Fit Shifts In Automatic Transmissions

Characterisation Of High-Dynamic Form-Fit Shifts In Automatic Transmissions

Cover Story April 2020 Gear Research Centre (FZG) Technical University of Munich Characterisation High-Dynamic Form-Fit Shifts Automatic Transmissions
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The usage of form-fitting shifting elements like dog clutches has been restricted to torque interrupted transmissions for a long period of time

The development of the TorqueLine Cone Clutch from Hoerbiger will allow for the usage of these CO2 efficient shifting elements in power shift automatic transmissions in the future. At the Technical University of Munich, a simulation model was developed in order to analyse the shifting behaviour of this innovative shifting element. Therefore, it is now possible to precisely determine the shifting dynamics and comfort as well as to optimise the shifting process.

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