Internal-combustion engines – Engine speed regulator – Open loop condition responsive
74513, 25112913, F02D 4100, F02D 1110, G05G 114
Improvements for imparting hysteresis, or dampening, to the shaft of a pedal assembly for an electronic throttle actuation system so that the feel of the pedal simulates the feel of a strictly mechanical system. Pads are resiliently urged against a disk in one embodiment, the disk being affixed to the pedal shaft. In another embodiment, metal rings are resiliently urged against friction rings on the disk.
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Boller George L.
Siemens Automotive L.P.
Wells Russel C.
Wolfe Willis R.
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