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dynamic traction

Use of both tension across an injury and movement to maintain proper alignment and function of an injured body part.
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This difference may be attributed to the high torque values at the driving wheels for this work gear in relation to the tractor's mass, which considerably reduces the dynamic traction coefficient, i.e., the traction force to the adherent mass ratio.
On the basis of the obtained dependencies [1] of the inductance L(x) and traction forces [f.sub.x] (x) on the position of secondary element (SE), the transitional processes of the mathematical model for the current i(t), speed v(t), SE position x(t), and dynamic traction forces [f.sub.x] (t) were calculated.
In addition to anti-lock brakes, electronic brake force distribution and cornering brake control with brake assistant, the stability control system in the new MINI includes a drive-off assistant, brake dry function, fading brake support and dynamic traction control.
The Gran Turismo with state-of-the-art safety features provides maximum support in any situation with six air bags, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) including Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), Cornering Brake Control, Electronic vehicle immobiliser and crash sensor, Side impact protection and impact absorbing front and rear bumpers.
The Paceman has a comprehensive list of top notch safety specifications including dynamic traction control, dynamic stability control, automatic stability control and traction, brake force distribution, cornering brake control and six airbags.
Driver aids include dynamic stability control as standard across the range, with dynamic traction control including electronic differential lock control on the Cooper S, Cooper SD and Cooper D Paceman ALL4.
Also to keep all that power on the road and not making a mess of itself, the newest Cooper S has a DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) and Electronic Differential Lock Control.
These include optional Variable Sports Steering; Driving Stability Control (DSC) including Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) and an electronically locking rear differential as standard.
As one would expect, BMW has kitted out the X1 with a whole host of top-notch safety features, including anti-lock brakes, dynamic traction control, run-flat tyres, numerous airbags and plenty more besides.
The S 1000 RR motorbike is the first superbike to offer race ABS (anti-lock braking system) with DTC (dynamic traction control) rider assistance systems.
The MINI Countryman comes as standard with Dynamic Stability Control, and Dynamic Traction Control coming either as an option or as a standard feature on the MINI Cooper S Countryman and the MINI Cooper D Countryman.
There will be three different trim models with the Base variant fitted with remote central locking, six air bags and Dynamic Stability Control combined with Dynamic Traction Control as standard.

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