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# APPLICATION OF PASCAL'S PRINCIPLE IN THE AUTO BRAKING SYSTEM

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WHAT IS PASCAL'S PRINCIPLE?
Pascal’s principle, is also known as  Pascal’s law
it states when there is an increase in pressure at any point in a confined fluid, there is an equal increase at every other point in the container.

Pascal’s Principle in Mathematic Expression

There are several application of Pascal’s principle in Automotive which are:
Hydraulic Lift,
Hydraulic Jack
Hydraulic Brake.

Pascal’s Principle in the Auto braking system, Hydraulic Brake.
hydraulic brake function by a small force acting at the pedal can transmit a large. Force to all wheels simultaneously to stop the car.
When brake pedal in pressed, the force is transmitted to the brake shoes through a liquid (link).
Pascal’s Principle in the Auto braking system, Hydraulic Brake.
APPLICATION OF PASCAL'S PRINCIPLE IN THE AUTO BRAKING SYSTEM:HYDRAULIC BRAKE
MOHD FAIZ BIN NAZARI
ZULFAHMI BIN OMAR
The formulas that relate to this are shown below:
P1 = P2 (since the pressures are equal throughout).
Since pressure equals force per unit area, then it follows that
F1/A1 = F2/A
Brake systems use hydraulic fluid in a closed system to transmit motion. The hydraulic brake system is governed by physical laws that makes it efficient at transmitting both motion and force. Blaise Pascal discovered the scientific laws governing the behavior of liquids under pressure.

Calculation for Pascal's Principle in the Hydraulic Brake
The Conservation of Energy
Kinetic Energy = 1/2 ×mv ×vv 2