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Number: 188/141
Name: Brakes > Operators > Automatic > Momentum > Vehicle > Fluid-pressure control
Description: The brake applied to the vehicle through its momentum is controlled by fluid-pressure-operated means.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8573711 Vehicle braking apparatus suppressing excessive slip of wheel during braking Nov. 5, 2013
8527176 Method for measuring pressure in a pressure regulation unit of a motor vehicle braking system, and a motor vehicle braking system in which the method is implemented Sep. 3, 2013
7377369 Brake, vehicle and roller coaster circuit May. 27, 2008
6371250 Disc brake system with ABS Apr. 16, 2002
6244391 Disc brake system with ABS Jun. 12, 2001
5991681 Braking system for automotive vehicles Nov. 23, 1999
5168966 Brake assembly with hydraulic boosting Dec. 8, 1992
4865164 Positive shut-off power assisted brakes Sep. 12, 1989
4588205 Brake system May. 13, 1986

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