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Hydraulic Brake - Cloze Test 2



1. It is incredible how a single-circuit brake can transmit the foot force on the wheel brake cylinders.

2. Brake fluid must not be called 'brake oil', because it must not be mixed with oil.

3. When the pedal is not depressed, the path of the brake fluid from the wheel brake cylinders to the brake fluid must be free.

4. These lines must in no case contain .

5. If there was no pad wear, in principle you would not even need an (two words).

6. The compensating port is needed when the brake is being the foot brake used.

7. One notices air in the lines at an unusual pedal pressure.

8. Hydraulics, unlike pneumatics, transmit forces without noticeable

9. In principle, in a sealed system, the lining wear could be measured by the (two words) in the expansion tank.

10. Only a car with (two words) has a weight distribution of 50 : 50.

11. The larger the diameter of the inlet port, the longer the (two words) of the pedal.

12. To ensure that the brake pedal always remains on the foot when the brake is released, a port is necessary.


13. A cup seal is only effective in (two words).

14. The most distinctive features on the disk behind the cup seal are the .

15. A closed little container in which a plate is pressed against two pins during braking is an (three words).


16. The most important difference to the picture at the very top are the at the master brake cylinder.

17. Furthermore, the front drum brakes are designed as brakes.

18. The two brake circuits have to be independent of each other. The two pistons in the master cylinder must not be mechanically .

19. So the between both pistons during braking is variable.


20. The expansion tank is also changed. It now contains (two words).







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