Topics covered include: gear shifting mechanics and controls, dynamic models of planetary automatic transmissions, design of hydraulic control systems, learning algorithms for achieving consistent shift quality, torque converter clutch controls, centrifugal pendulum vibration absorbers, friction launch controls, shift scheduling and integrated powertrain controls, continuously variable transmission ratio controls, dual-clutch transmission controls, and more.
What does TCC stand for?
TCC stands for Torque Converter Clutch (automotive)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It uses a twin-plate torque converter clutch, the first used with GM's 300-mm torque converter.
In this "Eco" mode, which the driver can activate with a click of a button on the console, the torque converter clutch engages at lower engine speeds to help save gas.
17 Through EMCC, torque converter clutch slippage is electronically modulated and provides for partial engagement in third, fourth or fifth gears.
17 Through the EMCC, torque converter clutch slippage is electronically modulated and provides for partial engagement in third, fourth or fifth gears.
EMCC Torque converter clutch slippage is electronically modulated and provides for partial engagement in Third, Fourth or Fifth gears.
In this mode the torque converter clutch engages in second, third, fourth and fifth gears.