Hydraulic torque converter definition
Hydraulic torque converters are also known as "hydraulic torque converters", "turbo torque converters", and "kinetic fluid torque converters". A type of hydraulic transmission component. It consists of a pump wheel, a turbine and a guide wheel. The pump wheel is connected to the drive shaft, and the mechanical energy input by the drive shaft can be converted into the kinetic energy and the pressure head of the liquid by the action of the centrifugal force for the work of the turbine. The turbine is connected to the driven shaft to output the kinetic energy of the liquid and the energy contained in the indenter from the driven shaft.