The basic logic of motorcycle auxiliary system


Every intelligent auxiliary system has a basic logic, w […]

Every intelligent auxiliary system has a basic logic, which is like the reason why people call it a higher creature, mainly because we can think and make good use of everything that is beneficial to us. And some auxiliary systems of motorcycles are also developed based on this basic logic.

So in order to more simply and directly solve some of the doubts about the motorcycle-related systems of the entry-level motorcycles, we will change the way this issue and talk about the basic logic behind the motorcycle-related systems. By understanding the following, whether your motorcycle has a similar system or not, it will be helpful to your driving skills, so please read it patiently.

1. CBS, this CBS system is not unfamiliar to motorcycles who drive small pedals, because it is standard equipment for many scooters. This system is relatively simpler, because it has no thinking ability, but it is more in line with the actual state of use.

The basic logic of the brake linkage is based on the fact that the driver and occupants jointly operate the front and rear brakes in actual use, that is to say, this system replaces the manual operation, the front and rear brakes are operated in parallel, and the goal is achieved by mechanically fixed values. , It has the effect of enhancing the braking performance and shortening the braking distance.

2. ABS, we may be unfamiliar with ABS in the early years, but now many models of more than 10,000 yuan are equipped with this device, so many friends have a full understanding of its working principles and effects .

But have we considered its logic? In fact, the logic of this system is based on the wheels slipping during the use of the motorcycle. Since I step on the brakes hard, the wheels will lock up, so reduce the braking force appropriately and the wheels will not lock up.

It is a reason that this phenomenon shows that it is no longer slipping by slowing down the braking force at the moment when the wheels lock. So the basic logic of ABS is that since it will skid if the force is too strong, I will appropriately weaken the brake force so that the brakes can perform at the right level to avoid skidding.

3. TCS This system is also called traction control system or cornering ABS. Of course, some riders call it body stabilization system or tracking system. But no matter how we call it, the purpose of this system is to ensure that the vehicle does not easily change its trajectory and has achieved the purpose of preventing rollover.

The basic logic of TCS is relatively complicated, because this is a relatively high-end system, and ordinary motorcycles are not equipped. But it was developed based on our driving conditions.

If when you are riding a motorcycle and cornering, the body still shows obvious swing even with ABS, then how should you do it?

A. Increase the throttle, B. Decrease the speed moderately.

And this TCS just works according to this logic. When the system detects that the body is no longer stable, it will actively slow down the power output, and will also slow down moderately to ensure that the vehicle will smoothly corner in its current state, and of course go straight. The road is just such a logic.

Through the above introduction, we can see that each system of the motorcycle is basically based on our driving state and use needs, and simulates artificially to make more efficient results to ensure our driving safety.

Therefore, in theory, the working status of some auxiliary systems can be replaced by humans. After all, it is imitating us, but because the calculation speed of mechanical and electronic components will be faster in this process, the effect will be more obvious.

For entry-level riders, as long as we master their basic logical thinking, even if your motorcycle is not equipped with these systems, through correct and effective operation, some unexpected situations can be avoided.

Therefore, driving skills are more practical than assisting systems at any time, and assisting systems are not omnipotent. It will also have an upper limit. When the actual riding process exceeds its custom limit, the powerful and intelligent assist system It doesn't help, so controlling the right hand and operating it reasonably is an efficient safety assistance method.

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