This is the primary function of the clutch. Before the […]
This is the primary function of the clutch. Before the car starts, it is natural to start the engine first. When the car started, the car gradually accelerated from a completely static state. If the drive train (which is in contact with the entire car) is rigidly linked to the engine, the transmission will catch up and the car will suddenly rush forward, but it will not start. This is because when the car is moving from rest to front, it generates a large inertial force and causes a great resistance moment to the engine. Under this inertial moment of resistance, the engine speed drops sharply to the lowest stable speed (typically 300-500 RPM) during the instant, and the engine shuts down and cannot work. Of course, the car cannot start.