The automobile clutch cover is one of the components of the clutch assembly. The composition of the automobile clutch cover is as follows: disc assembly, automobile clutch cover plate, cover assembly, release bearing, flywheel drive. The automobile clutch cover assembly is mainly composed of rivets, transmission discs, moisture-proof rivets, support springs, pressure plates, pressure plate covers, clutch diaphragm springs and other parts. The automobile clutch cover is the automobile transmission system directly connected with the engine, and it is responsible for the cut-off and binding action of the power and transmission system. This can not only ensure a smooth start of the car, but also ensure a smooth shifting, and can also prevent the transmission system from overloading.
The automobile clutch cover is installed between the engine and the transmission and is an assembly directly connected to the engine in the automobile transmission system. Usually the auto clutch cover is installed on the flywheel group of the engine crankshaft, which is the part that cuts off and transmits power between the engine and the automobile transmission system. During the entire process from starting to normal, the driver can manipulate the clutch cover of the car as needed to temporarily separate or gradually engage the engine and transmission system, thereby cutting off or transferring the output power of the engine to the drive system.
The role of the automobile clutch cover is to gradually connect the engine and the transmission. To ensure a smooth start of the car, the clutch disc temporarily cuts off the connection between the engine and the transmission. The automobile clutch cover is similar to a switch, a joint or a disconnected power transmission. The car clutch disc makes any form of automobile have a clutch device, but the form is different.
What is the main function of the automobile clutch cover? Before the car starts, it is natural to start the engine first. When the car starts, the car gradually accelerates from a completely stationary state. If the transmission system (connected to the entire car) is rigidly connected to the engine, the clutch disc transmission of the car will suddenly move forward, but will not start. This is because the sprint from a standstill to the front of the car has a great inertia, which causes a great drag torque on the engine. Under the action of the inertial resistance moment, the instantaneous speed of the engine drops below the lowest stable speed (generally 300-500rpm), the clutch disc engine of the automobile stops but cannot work, and of course the automobile cannot start.