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1. (WO2002048581) VIRTUAL BRAKING SYSTEM FOR HYDROSTATICALLY DRIVEN VEHICLE
Dernières données bibliographiques dont dispose le Bureau international   

N° de publication :    WO/2002/048581    N° de la demande internationale :    PCT/CA2001/001747
Date de publication : 20.06.2002 Date de dépôt international : 06.12.2001
CIB :
F16H 61/40 (2010.01), F16H 61/42 (2010.01), F16H 61/46 (2010.01), F16H 59/18 (2006.01), F16H 59/54 (2006.01)
Déposants : BOMBARDIER INC. [CA/CA]; 565 de la Montagne Street Valcourt, Québec J0E 2L0 (CA) (Tous Sauf US).
BOMBARDIER, Joel [CA/CA]; (CA) (US Seulement).
TODD, André [CA/CA]; (CA) (US Seulement)
Inventeurs : BOMBARDIER, Joel; (CA).
TODD, André; (CA)
Mandataire : ZISCHKA, Matthew; Smart & Biggar 438 University Avenue Suite 1500, Box 111 Toronto, Ontario M5G 2K8 (CA)
Données relatives à la priorité :
60/254,146 11.12.2000 US
Titre (EN) VIRTUAL BRAKING SYSTEM FOR HYDROSTATICALLY DRIVEN VEHICLE
(FR) VIRTUAL BRAKING SYSTEM FOR HYDROSTATICALLY DRIVEN VEHICLE
Abrégé : front page image
(EN)A hydrostatic vehicle drive system features a 'virtual' braking system designed to emulate the braking response of a mechanically driven vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission and disk or drum brakes. A microprocessor controls output of the pumps used to power the hydraulic motors, and causes the power output to decrease independently and gradually according to a decelaration ramp, rather than instantaneously with changes in fuel pedal position.
(FR)A hydrostatic vehicle drive system features a 'virtual' braking system designed to emulate the braking response of a mechanically driven vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission and disk or drum brakes. A microprocessor controls output of the pumps used to power the hydraulic motors, and causes the power output to decrease independently and gradually according to a decelaration ramp, rather than instantaneously with changes in fuel pedal position.
États désignés : CA, JP, US.
Office européen des brevets (OEB) (AT, BE, CH, CY, DE, DK, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, IE, IT, LU, MC, NL, PT, SE, TR).
Langue de publication : anglais (EN)
Langue de dépôt : anglais (EN)