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what is dual clutch transmission or DCT

What is dual clutch transmission or DCT, construction of Dual clutch transmission (DCT)


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what is dual clutch transmission or DCT:-

Introduction:-

The dual clutch transmission is also known as twin clutch transmission. The dual clutch transmission have two clutch , one is used for even gear and one is used for odd gear.

what is dual clutch transmission or DCT

Background / History of dual clutch transmission or DCT:-

The first time dual clutch transmission was introduced by Mr. Hilman minx in 1961. In 1970 the DCT was started use in tractors arround the Eastern Europe country, but the modern dual clutch transmission was used first time in a car namely Volkswagen Golf R32 in 2003. The DCT is used in AT (automatic transmission) and to transmits the power it used the torque convertor and fluid fly wheel. 

Construction of dual clutch transmission or DCT:-

The dual clutch transmission have two clutch. Both  clutch are as multi-plate type. There are two  clutch output shaft for the both clutch, one is known as Inner output shaft and another one is known as outer output shaft. The inner output shaft have even gears and the outer output shaft have odd gears. There are two selector mechanism and both mechanism are operated automatically by ECU (electronic control module). 

what is dual clutch transmission or DCT


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Working of dual clutch transmission or DCT:-

The manual transmission have some power lose while changing the gear. For saving this power the dual clutch transmission is developed. It is used in automatic transmission and control by ECU and various sensors. According to vehicle speed when the next gear trying to engage then the next clutch come to connect with flywheel and first clutch is released the flywheel, both precess are happen in the same time so there is nothing any power lose.


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