Report on steering the vehicle

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Uploaded: 21.11.2010
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Contents
Introduction
1. Classification of the steering
2. The steering apparatus
2.1 Steering
2.2 Steering gear
2.3 Power Steering
2.4 Triplex steering
3. Current Steering
3.1 Manage all four wheels. Polnoupravlyaemye
automobiles.
3.2 Future steering "on the wire"
4. The basic malfunctions of a steering
References

The amount of work 21 pages. Printed text Times New Roman 14 pt

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Introduction

Steering - a set of mechanisms for the car, ensuring its movement in a given direction. When the fixed front axle change of direction by turning the front steering wheels.
History of the wheel has more than 5000 years, but the rotary axis appeared on horse-drawn carriages until the early XIX century. This design has passed the first and automobiles.
In 1889, Gottlieb Daimler invented the drive circuit steering rack in which management can not necessarily be located directly above turns the wheel, and is not dependent on them at any convenient location.
Truly revolutionary invention has become a steering linkage, established in 1893 by Karl Benz. This invention enabled the front wheels during cornering to run on different radii.
Car with steering, equipped with trapeze has become easier to manage, moreover, managed to minimize tire wear.
The steering is a key factor in vehicle safety.
Currently, the steering apparatus are new items managed electronically. The use of new technologies in the automotive steering allows you to increase the active safety of the car, its handling and driving comfort.

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