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What is the function of disc plate in clutch?

Asked by: abhi11092451 | Member Since Feb-2011 | Asked on: Mar 17th, 2011

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Answered On : Jun 21st, 2012

Disc plate is used to transmit the power from gear shaft to engine shaft.

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Answered On : Jul 20th, 2012

It is used to transmit the power from gear shaft to engine shaft

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Answered On : Sep 7th, 2012

Disc Plate and Clutch is joint to engine. It helps to start the engine and also to disassemble off the engine.

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Answered On : Sep 8th, 2012

As integral part of clutch it is connected with flywheel when the wheel is to be rotated. It is connected by the force which is exerted by pressure plate. It rotates because of high friction between cluth plate and flywheel. When power is not to be transmitted though vehicle is in gear pressure exerted by pressure plate is removed and plate moves far due to centrifugal action and power is not transmitted.

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Answered On : Dec 8th, 2013

To transfer energy from the engine to the gearbox

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