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Brake System


 

A Brake system is a safety feature system responsible for slowing down, stopping, and keeping the vehicle's movement. The main force that acts and plays an essential function in the braking system is the frictional force. Every brake works on the principle of friction, which opposes any force, and may increase by applying brakes. The brake system converts the kinetic energy of the moving vehicle to heat energy through friction. During operation, the driver depresses the brake pedal, hydraulic pressure is created in the master cylinder, and brake fluid is pumped through a series of brake pipes and hoses going to hydraulically activated pistons in each wheel's hub assembly. Thus, forcing the friction material on your brake pads or shoes onto rotating parts. To simply put, when the system is in good working operation, it aids in preventing possible collisions leading to an accident and a potential cylinder, and brake fluid is pumped through a series of brake pipes and hoses going to hydraulically activated pistons in each wheel's hub assembly. Thus, forcing the friction material on your brake pads or shoes onto rotating parts. To simply put, when the system is in good working operation, it aids in preventing possible collisions leading to an accident and a potential tragedy.