Definition of Pump brake. Meaning of Pump brake. Synonyms of Pump brake

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Definition of Pump brake

Pump brake
Note: for various kinds of pumps, see Air pump, Chain pump, and Force pump; also, under Lifting, Plunger, Rotary, etc. Circulating pump (Steam Engine), a pump for driving the condensing water through the casing, or tubes, of a surface condenser. Pump brake. See Pump handle, below. Pump dale. See Dale. Pump gear, the apparatus belonging to a pump. --Totten. Pump handle, the lever, worked by hand, by which motion is given to the bucket of a pump. Pump hood, a semicylindrical appendage covering the upper wheel of a chain pump. Pump rod, the rod to which the bucket of a pump is fastened, and which is attached to the brake or handle; the piston rod. Pump room, a place or room at a mineral spring where the waters are drawn and drunk. [Eng.] Pump spear. Same as Pump rod, above. Pump stock, the stationary part, body, or barrel of a pump. Pump well. (Naut.) See Well.

Meaning of Pump brake from wikipedia

- pumping losses of the engine create some braking. Some engines use a valve override called a Jake brake to greatly increase pumping losses. Pumping brakes...
- controlling pressure supplied to the brakes. Pump The pump in the ABS is used to restore the pressure to the hydraulic brakes after the valves have released...
- Brake backing plate Brake backing pad Brake cooling duct Brake disc Brake Fluid Brake drum Brake lining Brake pad Brake pedal Brake piston Brake pump...
- direction. A brake bleed **** is normally mounted at the highest point on each cylinder or caliper. There are five main methods of bleeding: The pump and hold...
- affect brake horsepower and wear. Root-dynamic Centrifugal Slurry Pumps (ANSI/HI 12.1-12.6-2016) provides methods for calculation of slurry pumps. The peripheral...
- which in turn provides a certain amount of engine braking (viscous losses to the engine oil and air pumped through the engine and friction losses to the cylinder...
- fluid pump (as found in Teves ABS systems). The vacuum booster is attached between the master cylinder and the brake pedal. It ****ists the braking force...
- A hydraulic brake is an arrangement of braking mechanism which uses brake fluid, typically containing glycol ethers or diethylene glycol, to transfer...
- which is sufficient for several braking events. A piston pump driven by an electric motor supplies a controlled brake fluid pressure of range between...
- air out of the booster chamber with a pump creating a low pressure system inside. When the driver steps on the brake pedal, the input rod on the booster...
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