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When an engine creates power and the clutch and transmission transform it into required torque, some component is required to convey this torque to the driving axle, which is known as the drive line or back axle.
One or more drive shafts (propeller shafts), universal joints, and slip joints are all part of a drive line. To transmit engine power from the transmission box to the driving wheels, several types of propeller shafts, universal joints, and slip joints are also employed. They are all used in automobiles, aerospace etc for the smooth functioning of machinery.
The Global Rear Driveline Control Module Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
AAM’s recently developed VecTrac – Torque Vectoring Rear-Drive Module is a one-of-a-kind technology that includes an RDM that delivers AWD functionality in a front-wheel-drive architecture.
The RDM receives power from the driveline’s propshaft and adjusts the amount of power given to each rear wheel individually. Compared to a traditional AWD system with an open differential RDM, the system has various advantages.
When the front wheels start to slide, it not only offers the tractive efforts of AWD, but it also maintains sustained traction when one of the rear wheels slips. VecTrac RDMs may be created and manufactured to satisfy our clients’ strict requirements.
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