Anti-Lock Braking Sensors,Seminar Abstract, Report

An Introduction to Anti-Lock Braking Sensors
We all love to drive our motor vehicles at high speeds. But at the circumstances when something comes under your way there is a possibility of a deadly accident. The conventional braking system utilized in automobiles had the drawback that when any sudden hard braking effort was applied it led to an imbalance. This imbalance was created as the rotation of the wheel got locked and they ceased from rotating. This system led to uncontrolled skidding. On many occasions it was found that the vehicle got overturned also. These old braking systems worked well when you applied the braking effort from a small distance far from the stopping destination.

The modern braking system in automobiles uses an ABS braking system. The ABS braking system is popularly known as Anti lock braking sensors. This breaking sensor ensures much more safety than the conventional breaks. Even after applying hard braking by the driver, the vehicle will not skid away instead it will make an active contact with the ground surface. ABS is an automated braking mechanism which prevents the skidding by using a threshold braking mechanism. It achieves the braking with better control and at a faster pace. The Anti Lock braking sensors are useful when you drive on a slippery ground or a snow covered road during winter.

We prepared and published this seminar abstract for final year engineering students seminar research. You should do your own research additional to this information before presenting your seminar.
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