During the driving process of the car, the driving conditions are very complicated, and the situations encountered are ever-changing. Therefore, the performance of the car requires high speed, high efficiency, and safety. This is the braking system of the car.

When the car needs to slow down, stop, or even in a certain situation, stop the car quickly in a short distance and in a short time to avoid accidents. In addition, the car that has stopped, especially parking on a slope, makes the car reliable. The action of these measures of staying in place is collectively referred to as braking. The brake system is the brake system of the car, which is composed of a series of mechanisms and parts to form an independent working system. The type structure and parts composition of the brake system will vary according to the type of car.

Trucks generally use pneumatic braking systems, and cars use hydraulic braking and add vacuum-assisted braking systems.

1.The braking process of the hydraulic braking system: (basic type) brake pedal→vacuum booster pump→brake master cylinder→pipeline→brake cylinder→brake shoe→brake drum.

2.Braking process of air pressure braking system: (basic type) air compressor→pipeline→air storage tank→pipeline→brake master cylinder (controlled by brake pedal)→pipeline→brake cylinder→brake shoe →Brake drum

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