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Re: sir, i want to design a flywheel,so what r
Flywheel has to be able to keep Motion Inertia stored for Rotational Energy. In other words, there must be enough mass of the flywheel to keep spinning, when a load is placed upon the driving device connected to the flywheel, so that the driving device won't come to a stop. [Driving device; some examples, A.Engine B.Water Wheel C.Motor, (Electrical)
The flywheel must keep the stored inertia in motion.
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Pressure control solenoid ? I'm assuming your talking about transmission pressure control solenoid . Pressure Control Solenoids (PCA, PCB, PCC)
The PC solenoids are a variable-force style (VFS) solenoid. The VFS-type solenoid is an electrohydraulic actuator combining a solenoid and a regulating valve.
The line pressure tap is used to verify output pressure from PC A or PC B by turning either one off while verifying the output from the other solenoid. The 2nd pressure tap is used to verify the output from the PC C solenoid.
There are 3 PC solenoids located in the solenoid body assembly used to control line pressure, band and clutch application pressure within the transmission.
The PCM varies the current to the PC solenoid.
The PCM has an adaptive learn strategy to electronically control the transmission which will automatically adjust the shift feel. When the battery has been disconnected or a new battery installed, certain transmission operating parameters may be lost. The PCM must relearn these parameters. During this learning process you may experience slightly firm shifts, delayed or early shifts. This operation is considered normal and will not affect the function of the transmission. Normal operation will return once these parameters are stored by the PCM.
It is inside the transmission part of the Solenoid Body Assembly ..The pan has to be taken off the bottom of transmission to get at it .
These systems are designed and engineered to function INSIDE the NORMAL parameters of ordinary average driving conditions.
When they start counting up large numbers of out of range deviations... they will shut down and issue the appropriate ALARMS.
Just as you know you have difficulty seeing the road (in a hard rain)... so to does your lane control systems. It is vital that they alert you when they are over-loaded/incapacitated... and cease operation.
It is a PRIMARY DESIGN CONSIDERATION.
Some folks (ME) are always going to push the limits... For EARLY TESTERS of STORED PROGRAM Control Systems it provided a great income ($$$) and interesting careers (fun too).
I have no specific data on the Sonata system but I can assure you... specific details where developed that when counted would determine with lightening electronic speed... that the ANY driver assist capability was out of operating parameters... and just as quickly STOP ALL function... Turning all CONTROL back to the hands of the DRIVER.
If your starter is spinning but no engaging the flywheel, then you have 2 possibilities going on here, the # 1 and most likely cause is the bendix on the starter is not kicking out to engage the flywheel so you'll need a new starter... pretty cheap fix.
# 2 is that for some reason the teeth on the flywheel have been chewed away and now the starter gear can't crab the flywheel, this would only be a secondary answer if for some reason your starter had been grinding while trying to engage. Just an FYI, this is very rare but has happened, considering that your engine flywheel stops at the same spot every time you turn your engine off, so the starter is constatly grabbing the same flywheel teeth all its life. For this fix, you'll have to have the transmission removed and have a new flywheel installed on your engine.
many different things could have caused it,
incorrect torque on the flywheel bolts...
bad thrust bearing in transmission...
up to "you got the one lucky flexplate" that had stress fractures during manufacturing.
I consider it to be an engine light The engine light is telling you that the CPU has found sensor/s outside set parameters during the checking process. Have the fault codes read before wasting time and money guessing what has failed. Replace with genuine items only as aftermarket units are not always compatible with the settings in the CPU.
I consider it to be the ecm light or engine light I think it is in the outline of an engine. If that is the case then The engine light is telling you that the CPU has found sensor/s outside set parameters during the checking process. Have the fault codes read before wasting time and money guessing what has failed. Replace with genuine items only as aftermarket units are not always compatible with the settings in the CPU.
These DTCs set when the control module does not receive a message that it was expecting from another control module, and does not know which control module did not send that message.
Modules connected to the class 2 serial data circuit monitor for serial data communications during normal vehicle operation. Operating information and commands are exchanged among the modules. When a module receives a message for a critical operating parameter, the module records the identification number of the module which sent the message for State of Health monitoring. A critical operating parameter is one which, when not received, requires that the module use a default value for that parameter. When a module does not associate an identification number with at least one critical parameter within 5 seconds of beginning serial data communication, DTC U1000 is set. When more than one critical parameter does not have an identification number associated with it, the DTC will only be reported once.
this may be to engining running rich , the first thing is to have the computer scanned for codes,you may have a bad o2 sensor or a cylinder misfiring due to a bad sparkplug or wire or if it has coil overplug design it may have a bad coil boot,the diffrence is one has plug wire and the other desige has a coil going right over the plugs,so start with the scan, autozone scans for free, hope this helps.