LSD Mechanical DCCD Advantage Explained:

LSD Mechanical DCCD Advantage Explained:

B: Steady turning condition:

Because the yaw rate matches the steering angle, DCCD CM maintains the electromagnetic clutch LSD differential limiting force at an appropriate level, assuming that the vehicle is turning as intended by the driver.

LSD Mechanical Advantage: DCCD CM maintains the electromagnetic clutch LSD differential limiting force at an appropriate level, assuming that the vehicle is turning as intended by the driver.
LSD Mechanical Advantage: DCCD CM maintains the electromagnetic clutch LSD
differential limiting force at an appropriate level, assuming that the vehicle is turning as intended by the driver.

C: Further turning the steering wheel during turning:

Because the yaw rate is lower compared to the steering angle, DCCD CM reduces the electromagnetic clutch LSD differential limiting force, assuming that the driver has an intention to further turn. It enables easier differential limiting by the center differential, allowing the driver to easily turn the vehicle.

D: Returning the steering wheel during turning:

Because the yaw rate is higher compared to the steering angle, DCCD CM increases the electromagnetic clutch LSD differential limiting force, assuming that the driver has an intention to go straight. It makes tires less slippery, raises the traction and reserves the straight running stability.

LSD Mechanical Advantage: DCCD CM increases the electromagnetic clutch LSD differential limiting force, assuming that the driver has an intention to go straight. It makes tires less slippery, raises the traction and reserves the straight running stability.
LSD Mechanical Advantage: DCCD CM increases the electromagnetic
clutch LSD differential limiting force, assuming that the driver has an intention to go straight. It makes tires less slippery, raises the traction and reserves the straight running stability.
Share