Centrifugal Clutch Working

A centrifugal clutch works on centrifugal force. One side of clutch connected to the engine crankshaft and other side connected to gearbox shaft, chain, or belt. As engine R.P.M. (Revolutions Per Minute) increases, weighted arms in the clutch swing outward and force the clutch to engage position. The most common Centrifugal Clutches have friction pads […]

Difference between Wet Clutch and Dry clutch

Clutch is a mechanical device used to transmit power between two shafts driving shaft and driven shaft. There are two different types of Clutches, Wet clutch, and dry clutch. A Wet clutch consists of oil between the clutch plates. The dry clutch doesn’t have oil in between the clutch plates. Wet Clutch A Wet clutch […]

Difference between Single Plate Clutch and Multi Plate Clutch

Here you can learn difference between single plate clutch and multi plate clutch. In this post you can learn about working of single plate and multi plate clutch. Single Plate Clutch Vs Multi Plate Clutch Single Plate Clutch Multi Plate Clutch 1.Single plate clutch consist of only one clutch plate. 1.Multi plate clutch consist of […]

Semi Centrifugal Clutch

Semi Centrifugal Clutches used in high powered engines and racing car engines where clutch disengagements require appreciable and tiresome drivers effort. The power transmitted with partly by clutch springs and remaining by the centrifugal action of an extra weight provided in the system. The clutch springs transmit power at low engine speed and the centrifugal […]

Cone Clutch

Cone Clutch having friction surfaces in the form of a cone. The engine crankshaft consists of a female cone. The male cone is mounted on the splined clutch shaft. Cone clutch has friction surfaces on the conical portion. The male cone can easily slide on the clutch shaft.     Working Principle When the clutch […]

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