Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
LionHeart

Технически съкращения

Recommended Posts

Ето малко информация за по-разпространените съкращения на някои механизми,системи и т.н. за да няма през ден теми състоящи се в това какво е, онова какво е....Ако съм изпуснал неща, може да добавяте. :D ABS - Anti-Lock Braking SystemAC - Alternating Current(electrical) or Air ConditioningA/F - Air to fuel ratio, or can stand for air/fuel ratio sensorAFC - Air Fuel ControllerAIR - Air Injection ReactionAIS - Air Injection SystemAT - Automatic TransmissionATDC - After Top Dead CenterAUDM - Australian Domestic Market (may be different than US and Japanese models)AWG - American Wire GaugeBHP - Base HorsepowerBOV - Blow Off ValveBTDC - Before Top Dead CenterCAI - Cold Air IntakeCap - CapacitatorCC - Catalytic ConvertorCCP - Controlled Canister PurgeCCV - Canister Control ValveCDM - Canadian Domestic Market (may be different than US and Japanese models)CEC - Crankcase Emission Control SystemCEL - Check Engine LightCF - Carbon Fiber, a woven material common in racing because of low weight and strengthCOP - Coil On Plug IgnitionCR - Compression RatioCTR - Civic Type RCVCC - Compound Vortex Controlled Combustion SystemDBW - Drive By WireDC - Direct CurrentDIY - Do It YourselfDizzy - DistributorDFPE - Differential Pressure Feedback EGRDOHC - Dual OverHead CamsDPFI - Dual Point Fuel InjectionDRL - Daytime Running LightsECA - Electronic Control AutomationECU - Engine Control Unit/Electronic Control UnitEDM - European Domestic Market (may be different than US and Japanese models)EFI - Electronic Fuel InjectionEGR - Exhaust Gas RecirculationEGT - Exhaust Gas TemperatureEVR - Electronics Voltage RegulatorFD - Final DriveFI - Forced InductionFL - Front LowerFMIC - Front Mount InterCoolerFMU - Fuel Management UnitFPR - Fuel Pressure RegulatorFU - Front UpperHID - High Intensity Discharge headlights, extremely brightHFP - Honda Factory PerformanceHG - Head GasketHOP - Honda Original PartsIAB - Intake Air BypassIAC - Intake Air ControlIACV - Intake Air Control ValveIAT - Intake Air TemperatureI/H/E - Intake, Header, ExhaustIM - Intake ManifoldIMG - Intake Manifold GasketISB - Input Shaft BearingITB's - Individual Throttle BodiesITR - Integra Type RJDM - Japanese Domestic Market (may be different than US and Canadian models)KS - Knock SensorLBS - Linked Braking SystemLCA - Lower Control ArmLSD - Limited Slip DifferentialMAF - Mass Air FlowMani - ManifoldMAP - Manifold Absolute PressureMC - Master CylinderMT - Manual TransmissionMTF - Manual Transmission FluidMV - Metering ValveN/A - Naturally Aspirated (no forced induction, also NA)NOS - Nitrous Oxide SystemO2 - OxygenOBD - On Board DiagnosticsOEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer, meaning parts made by HondaPPV - Proportioning ValvePA - Pressure AirPCV - Positive Crankcase VentilationPDL - Power Door LocksP/S - Power SteeringP/W - Power WindowsRH - Race HeaderRL - Rear LowerRMS - Root Mean SquareRPM - Revolutions Per MinuteRU - Rear UpperSAFC - Super Air Fuel ControllerSAE - Society of Automotive Engineers (set of standards most mechanics follow)SC - Super Charger/ChargedSCCA Sports Car Club of AmericaSMIC Side Mount InterCoolerSOHC Single OverHead CamSRI - Short Ram IntakeSI - Sport Injected - The performance-oriented trim level CivicSS - Short Shifter or Stainless Steel(ie-Brake Lines)TB - Throttle BodyTBI - Throttle Body InjectionTPS - Throttle Postition SensorUSDM- United States Domestic Market (may be different than Canadian and Japanese models)VAFC - VTEC Air Fuel ControllerVSA - Vehicle Stability AssistVTEC - Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic ControlVTEC-E- Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control EconomyVTi - Variable Time InjectionWHP - Wheel Horse PowerWOT - Wide-Open ThrottleWTQ - Wheel Torque

Edited by LionHeart

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ето още малко и от мен :D 4WD - Four Wheel Drive4WS - Four Wheel Steering ABC - Active Body Control ACC - Active Cruise Control aktivniADS - Adaptive Damfung SystemAGS - Adaptive Gearbox ShiftALB - Anti Lock BrakingASC - Automatic Stability ControlASC+T - Automatic Stability and Traction ControlASMS - Automatic Stability Management SystemASR - Anti Schlupf RegelungATM - Adaptive Transmission ManagementAUC - Automatische Umluft ControlAWD - All Wheel DriveBAS - Brake AssystBST - Battery Safety Terminal CAN - Controller Area NetworkCDI -... Diesel Injection (Mercedes-Benz)CFI - Central Fuel InjectionCNG - Compressed Natural GasCVT - Continously Variable TransmissionDBC - Dynamic Brake ControldCi - diesel Commonrail injection (Renault)DDE - Digital Diesel ElectronicsDISA - Differenzierte Sauganlage sistem DME - Digital Motor ElectronicsDSA - Dynamic Stability AssistanceDSC - Dynamic Stability ControlDSTC - Dynamic Stability & Traction ControldTi - dizel Turbo intercoolerDTI - Dizel Turbo IntercoolerEBD - Electronic Brakeforce Distribution EBV - Elektronische Bremskraft Verteilung EDC - Electronic Damper ControlEDC - Electronic Diesel ControlEDS - Elektronische DifferencialsperreEFI - Electronic Fuel InjectionEG - European GasEGR - Exhaust GasEMC - ElectroMagnetic CompatibilityEPS - Electronic Power SteeringESP - Electronic Stability ProgramETC - Electronic Traction ControlETS - Electronic Tracion SystemEV - Electric VehicleFDR - Fahr Dynamik RegelungFFV - Flexible Fuel VehicleFIRE - Fully Integrated Robotized EngineF.I.R.S.T. - Fully Integrated Road Safety TechnologyFPS - Fire Protecting SystemGDI - Gasoline Direct Injection (Mitsubishi)GPS - Global Positioning SystemHDC - Hill Descent ControlHDi - Diesel injection (Citroen, Peugeot)HP - Horse Power i, I - Injection direkten vbrizg gorivaIC - Inflatable CurtainICIM - Individual Control Intake MainfoldIMS - Instant Mobility SystemIRD - Intermediate Reduction DriveISOFIX - International Standard Organization FIXITS - Inflatable Tubular StructureJTD - uniJet Turbo Diesel turbo dizeKW - KilowattMPI - Multi Point InjectionNGV - Natural Gas Vehicle vozilo na naravni plinOBD - On Board DiagnosticPDC - Park Distance ControlPES - Poli Elipsoid SystemPPD - Passenger Presence DetectionPRS - Programmed Restraint SystemSIPS - Side Impact Protection SystemSDI - Standard Diesel InjectionSMH - Societe de Microelectronique et d'Horlogerie SPI - Single Point InjectionSRS - Supplemental Restraint SystemSTC - Stability & Traction ControlTC - Traction ControlTCS - Traction Control SystemTDI - Turbo DieselVANOS - Variable Nockenwelle SteuerungVDC - Vehicle Dynamic ControlVIS - Variable Induction SystemVVT - Variable Valve Timing - intelligentWHIPS - WHiplash Protection SystemWET W - Engineered Tread

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
;):D:P;):worthy: Страхотна темаЕдинственото, което и липсва на темата е " ВАЖНО" пред заглавието!Още веднъж :worthy::worthy::worthy::worthy::worthy:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Абе никаде не намирам какво означава SIR?

 

Публикувано изображение

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Абе никаде не намирам какво означава SIR?

SiR - Sport injection Race Да допълня малко:PGMFI/PGM-FI - Programmed Fuel Injection

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Абсолютно нужна тема и наистина трябва да се постави на важно място за бърз и лесен достъп. Браво на автора и на тези, които са допълнили или ще допълнят темата!

Edited by ZAPPA

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Само да поправя леко втория пост:CDI- Commonrail Diesel Inj. (MB) - системата комън рейл-практически не е като при старите помпа-дюза,а обща тръбичка под много високо наляганеHDI-High-pressure Diesel Inj. (PSA group) и тука е с комън рейл.А "I"-то при някой може и да е интеркулер,не знам за това.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Някой знае ли какво точно значи съкращението ATTS ? Например скоростна кутия M2X5 ATTS ( ATTS е употребено в графата diff ) .

Edited by ZAPPA

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Добавил съм линк към темата в "Полезни технически теми". Това означава, че не трябва да се спами тук.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Днес ми стана интересно за какво седят тези съкращения на Хонда -VTi, VVTi, SR и т.н.

Поразрових се из интернет , но никъде нямаше точно обоснован отговор, а и навсякъде даваха различни мнения. Но намерих нещо интересно:

 

V=Valve/Variable

T=Timing/Turbo

i=Intelligent/Injection/Induction

S=Sport

E=Electronic

C=Control

R=Racing

Та според изнесените съкращения, какво означават тези които съм посочил по-горе и ако има някой други, ги споделете, тъй като съм нов в Хонда средата.

Edited by Felix

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

RTFM = Read The Fucking Manual Аз бих казал след това:DTFM

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Един въпрос?Каква е разликата между 4х4 и 4WD(и другите подобни).4WD не е ли нещо като 4х4.Знам,че съм го писал по горе но немога да го разбера.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

4x2 means that you have four wheels, two of which drive the vehicle. Of course, if one develops less traction than the other, the one with less traction will spin unless you have a locking differential of some sort (Positrac, lockers).

 

4x4 generally refers to a part time four wheel drive system. This part time system has different settings: 2wd (normal mode, see above), 4wd high and 4wd low. The four wheel drive settings lock the front and rear wheels together, giving a 50/50 total power split. Because there is no slippage in the transfer case, driving on wet or dry pavement can cause the case to bind, and eventually, break. Four wheel drive should only be used to drive in mud or snow on these vehicles. Some more modern vehicles also offer a full-time four wheel drive option between the 2wd and 4wd settings; this is usually just an open differential in the transfer case which allows slippage between the front and rear wheels so as not to cause damage. More modern designs incorporate a viscous coupling (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viscous_coupling_unit) in their full-time four wheel drive setting, thereby making it an AWD setting.

 

AWD, or All Wheel Drive, usually employs a transfer case without manual control, though some older models had a "four wheel lock" setting which locked a center differential, forcing a 50/50 front/rear torque split which carried the same inherent limitations as standard 4wd, and/or a four low lock setting, which is the same as on the part time four wheel drive system.

 

On modern AWD systems, there two different control systems used in the transfer case. The first is mechanical in the form of a viscous coupling, and the other is electronic.

 

The first generation of modern (late 1980s and early 1990s) AWD transfer cases used viscous couplings. In regular cruise mode, the power split between front/rear would be somewhere in the neighborhood of 30/70. If slippage was detected on either the front or rear wheels, the coupling would heat and lock the transfer case to 50/50, providing equal traction front and rear.

 

The latest versions have more radical cruising splits: Usually somewhere in the neighborhood of 1% torque in the front and 99% in the rear. When slippage is detected, solenoids activate and provide varying degrees of torque to the front. Often this is combined with traction control, where the computer uses the brakes independently to stop spinning wheels and apply torque to the wheel which needs it most.

 

Или най просто казано :

AWD те държи на пътя.

4x4 ще те отведе офроуд.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ето и за тези които търсят "стъпковия мотор" на Хонда (или това, което играе неговата роля при марката)

 

EACV - Electronic Air Control Valve

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×