Electronic Brake force Distribution
EBD stands for "Electronic Brake Distribution"
yes. every car having ABS must have EBD system. basically EBD is a part of ABS system which provide braking operation to it. ABS sensors provide rpm readings of each wheel to ABS control system. after analyzing speeds of each wheel if any wheel is skidding controller gives signal to EBD to provide braking to that particular wheel.
causal factors, the implications and possible mitigation regarding EBD
their are some an active safety feature in car , that is given below! ABS,EBD,ESP,
EBD controls and monitors the brake pressure on rear wheels enhancing drivng stability during braking.
Electronic Brake Distribution
Electronic Brake Distributor/Distribution System
EBD: Electronic Brake Distribution (or Electronic Brake-force Distributor) - alters how much of the brake force goes to the front and how much to the rear. Cars always have more braking on front as if the rears lock before the front then the car will spin. How much braking you can do with the rears depends on how much weight is in the vehicle so EBD dynamically adjusts this balance. Without it, the manufacturer sets up the balance so the rears don't lock when the vehicle is empty which is less braking than is possible when the vehicle is full.
The airport code for El Obeid Airport is EBD.
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Junko Aoba has written: 'Understanding and meeting EBD in primary school'
yes but it will cost higher than inbuilt one