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Sir i m very sorry to disturb u but i m simply an engineering student of 7th semester n my project is on electronic governor so i just want to know how the electronic governor is efficient over the mechanical one plz if u can give some explainations.sir its a project not a product .actually wat i mean to say u dat books i have studied so far has not explained in details about governor mechanism. As an eg due to variation in load in an engine governor supplies the fuel but wat about the load, why it changes ? Say a vehicle is moving at certain speed n we want to increase its speed so how will the governor work at that time or let the vehicle faces an inclination so how da governor function at dat time or let the vehicle faces a downward slope so in dat case we have to apply brakes to mantain is initial speed as the load on the governor decreases . SO AS WE ARE PERFORMING the project on electronic governor we need to write a microcontroller program n i m not getting da basic concepts cleared.And one more question sir why torque variation occurs in an engine ? plz if u can give some explaination or sugestion regarding our project dat will be highly honoured. and how da electronic governor is better in comparison with a mechanical one based on suppose sensitiveness etc . plz send any kind of information or pdf files if u have

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A mechanical gov can use springs or fly weights to control the amount of fuel delivered at a given rpm. an electronic does basically the same thing but with the use of speed sencers and cervos that can control fuel, spark, and timeing. the first is a straight forward approach and has worked well over the years. but the secound is more precise and adjustable withe the stroke of a key board. as to which is better, that depends on the application. mechanical works off engine rpms and takes abuse well but can only regulate speed useing rpms so if you have more gears the faster you can go. where as the electronic uses speed sencors that pull info from the trans or wheels and will only let you do the speed set by the computer

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