Definition of Hydraulic brakes

1. Noun. Brake system in which a brake pedal moves a piston in the master cylinder; brake fluid then applies great force to the brake pads or shoes.




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Literary usage of Hydraulic brakes

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1. Applied Mechanics: An Elementary General Introduction to the Theory of by James Henry Cotterill (1895)
"hydraulic brakes.—It has been sufficiently explained that hydraulic resistances absorb an amount of energy which varies as the square of the speed. ..."

2. Applied Mechanics: An Elementary General Introduction to the Theory of by James Henry Cotterill (1906)
"hydraulic brakes.—It has been sufficiently explained that hydraulic resistances absorb an amount of energy which varies as the square of the speed. ..."

3. The Irrigation Works of India by Robert Burton Buckley (1905)
"20 feet 7 inches long, by ю feet in height, hinged to the floor at its lower edge, and fitted with hydraulic brakes behind ; and, secondly, ..."

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