Self Study Program 374 – Traction Control and Assist Systems
Self Study Program 374 – Traction Control and Assist Systems Design and function PDF. Increasing speed and road traffic density are increasing the need for vehicle dynamics which offer the highest possible level of safety under all operating conditions. This is being achieved via a rising number of traction control and assist systems, some of which have been derived from the anti-lock brake system (ABS) and which support the driver.
This fundamental information booklet provides an overview of these systems. In addition, their fundamental functional principles and which components work together in the relevant systems are explained.
- About this booklet
- Overview of the abbreviations which are used
- Classification of the systems
- Passive and active speed sensors
- Acceleration sensors and the yaw rate sensor
- Traction control systems
- Anti-lock brake system
- Brake systems with brake intervention only
- Brake systems with additional engine intervention
- Electronic stabilisation programme
- Auxiliary ESP functions
- Hydraulic brake assist system
- Hydraulic brake servo
- Full rear axle deceleration
- Vehicle/trailer stabilisation
- Roll-over prevention
- Assist systems
- Hill descent assist system
- Hill start assist system
- AUTO HOLD
- Dynamic starting assist system
- Brake disk dry braking
- Countersteering support
- Adaptive cruise control
- Front assist system
- Test yourself
This self-study programme imparts the basics of the design and function of new vehicle models, new vehicle components or new technologies.
The self-study programme is not a workshop manual!.
The contents will not be updated.
Specified values serve only to facilitate understanding and refer to the software status valid at the time at which the SSP was created.
For testing, servicing and repair work, please use the current technical literature under all circumstances.