Today’s motorcycles and cars are equipped with a very efficient braking system. They are so efficient that your vehicle stops safely, within a fraction of a second, in the case of an emergency. You pull the brake lever, the brake fluid, near to the lever gets compressed. Via a brake line this compressed fluid is directly connected to the brake pad, so the brake pads are activated. This braking system that you just saw was developed over the last five decades of research and practical experiences. Let’s learn how engineers developed such an efficient braking system, or more specifically, let’s learn the interesting physics behind disc brakes. Be a Lesics team member : 🤍🤍patreon.com/Lesics instagram : 🤍🤍instagram.com/sabinsmathew/ Twitter : 🤍twitter.com/sabinsmathew Telegram : 🤍t.me/sabinmathew Voice over artist : 🤍🤍fiverr.com/voiceonthemove
Pascal's law is so amazing that you can multiply a small force into bigger ones. That's why disc brakes should be used with small effort because it will multiply heavily at disc.
My bicycle used the traditional wheel clamp. Because of this, i wasnt able to stop i time and hit a tree( dont worry i was not hurt.) I just dont understand why bikes with disc brakes cost around 300 dollars.
You are here B'coz you just bought a new bike ? 😹😹
What will happen when disk is heated and you pull th break. Will it fall or stop ,?
I used to think disc brakes are so good Because it puts a rod through the holes in the disc, which stop the wheel immediately.
Pls YouTube pls recommend me educational videos like this 😍
WHAT STOP THE BIKE FROM FLIPPING the only way is using the back wheels
Efficient braking system.
Shows a first gen Street 750.
How is disc brake differ from ABS system???
What about air brake or vacuum brake ?
Why do bikes discs have holes?
We can move bike forward and backward without any problem even after starting engine When we accelerate from accelerator it starts moving without instantly any problem. How it happens❓❓❓❓
excellent explanation 😀
Can someone explain to me why disc brake is costly than drum brake? In common sense, a disc seems to require less material than a drum to me?
Please how to abs system
The brake should be behind then is safer.