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Manual de usuario

  1. 1. Manual De Usuario Asignature: EnglishSebastian Echeverry Arboleda Jhonatan Estrada MazoTeacher: Luis Mauricio Gomez University CEFIT ENVIGADO 2012-12-10 1
  2. 2. Porsche Manual 2
  3. 3. Usuary GuideSecuryty And confortInstruments And ControlsService and mantenimentInstruction And Operating 3
  4. 4. SECURITY AND CONFORTAir Bag: The air bag (in English, airbag) is a passive safety systeminstalled in most modern cars. This system was patented on October 23, 1971by Mercedes-Benz signature, after five years of development and testing ofthe new system. 4
  5. 5. Seat belt: No seat belt is a harness designed to restrain an occupant of avehicle if a collision occurs and keep his seat. First used in aircraft in the1930s and, after years of controversy, its use in cars is now mandatory inmany countries. The seat belt system is considered the most effective passivesafety device ever invented, including air bag ("airbag" in English), thedeformable body or any technical advancement today. 5
  6. 6. Instruments and ControlsTachometer: s a device that measures the speed of rotation of a shaft,usually the rotational speed of a motor. It is measured in revolutions perminute (RPM). Currently most commonly used digital tachometers, for theiraccuracy. 6
  7. 7. SpeedometerPicture of a car that includes a speedometer (left), a tachometer (right), alongwith other information and control devices.An instrument is a speedometer which measures the value of the averagespeed of a vehicle. Because the measured interval at which this speed isgenerally very small closely approximates the magnitude of the instantaneousspeed, ie the instantaneous speed.Suspensión Systems 7
  8. 8. The suspension in a car, truck or motorcycle, is the set of elements that absorbterrain irregularities by which circulates to increase comfort and control. Thesuspension system acting between the chassis and the wheels, which directlyreceive the busy surface irregularities. 8
  9. 9. Upper arm: Kinematic element for attaching the wheel to the body. Thiselement is to define the relative position of the wheel relative to the body andsimultaneously to convey some of the efforts that must exchange wheel andbody (the remainder is absorbed by the suspension springs). Can beconstituted by one or several arms arranged, referring to the car, in thelongitudinal, transverse and oblique even.Stabilizer Bar 9
  10. 10. The stabilizer bar is a component of the suspension solidarize allowingvertical movement of the opposite wheels, thereby minimizing the lateralinclination suffering a vehicle body when subjected to centripetal force,typically in curves.Damper: The damper is a device that absorbs energy, normally used toreduce unwanted oscillations of a periodic motion or to absorb energy fromimpacts or shocks. 10
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  12. 12. System of DirectionSteering column:The function of the steering column is to transmit the rotational movement ofthe wheel until the steering mechanism, which in turn take care of the wheelsmove in the direction required by the driver. The resistance to rotation of thesteering wheel should be the same all the way to ensure fluidity in theirmovement and discarded the appearance of parasites or cyclical efforts. 12
  13. 13. Steering gearGear steering gear unit has two steering gear a worm gear and gear sectorsection or straight. A gear rack and a pinion gear are two types used in asteering gear rack and pinion. 13
  14. 14. Steering knuckleIn automotive suspension, a steering knuckle is that part which contains thewheel hub or spindle, and attaches to the suspension components. It isvariously called a steering knuckle, spindle, upright or hub, as well. 14
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