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Wet clutch friction plate

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #8061498.

A wet clutch friction plate is provided in which a plurality of oil channels (22) are formed in a friction material (21) bonded to one side face or opposite side faces of a core plate (20), the plurality of oil channels (22) providing communication between inner and outer peripheral edges of the friction material (21), and a plurality of oil channels (22) having a discharge angle (.beta.) that discharge oil from an inner peripheral side to an outer peripheral side of the friction plate (15) when the friction plate (15) rotates and a plurality of oil channels (22) having an inflow angle (.alpha.) that draw oil in from the outer peripheral side to the inner peripheral side of the friction plate (15) are mixed at substantially equal intervals. In this way, the frictional properties can be stabilized when connection of the clutch is in transition, and the phenomenon of drag due to oil viscosity resistance can be suppressed when the clutch is in an off state.

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