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  How Sequential Gearboxes Work


    If -you have read the HowStuffWorks article How Manual Transmissions Work, then you understand the inner workings of a typical manual transmission, and you know why manual transmissions use the standard "H" pattern in the shifter.
    If you have ever ridden a motorcycle, you know that the manual transmission in a motorcycle is nothing like this. On a motorcycle, you shift gears by clicking a lever up or down with your toe. It is a much faster way to shift. This type of transmission is called a sequential gearbox or a sequential manual transmission.
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    It turns out that most race cars use sequential gearboxes as well. A sequential gearbox gives the driver several important advantages that are very useful in a race car. We will discuss these advantages later in this article.
    In this article, you will learn how a sequential manual transmission works and why this type of transmission is now appearing on so many high-performance vehicles.
        What does a sequential gearbox do?   
            A sequential gearbox is used along with a manual transmission (specifically, a sequential manual transmission) to allow for faster shifts. However, with an automobile gearbox, drivers can only shift up or down to the next progression — or next in the sequence — gear.
        Do you need a clutch for sequential gearbox?
            You do need a clutch for first gear with a sequential gearbox, but you don't need one for the rest of the gears.
        Why don't cars have sequential gearboxes?
            Sequential gearboxes are really designed for motorcycles and race cars. However, some higher-end cars are beginning to appear with sequential gearboxes.
        How do you shift a sequential transmission?
            Sequential gearboxes are simple. You just push upward to shift to the next gear or down to shift to the previous gear.
        Are gearboxes and transmissions the same?
            A gearbox is technically a component of the transmission. The gearbox is an enclosed gear train, while the transmission is the entire power transmission system (including the gearbox).   
            There are also many types of gearboxes, such as electric tool gearbox, home appliance gearbox and so on.
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    What is Pendant Lighting?
    So what actually is pendant lighting? It’s a question that can be both simple and complex to answer. In this article we’ll get into some of the factors that define a pendant light, as well as how best to use one. We’ll also be looking at the difference between pendant lights and hanging lights.
    Good pendant lighting requires both function and aesthetic. Whether you’re setting up pendant lights in a home, business office, warehouse, or anywhere else, these remain important factors. If your pendant lights are either too bright or too weak, it can damage the aesthetic of the entire room. They’re also one of the best lights for the kitchen.
    If you’re interested in learning more about what pendant lights are and how best to use them, then read on!
    Styles of Pendant Lighting
    The basic principle behind a pendant light is that they involve a single bulb suspended in the air. That being said, the majority of pendant lights have a shade of some sort attached to make them appear more interesting and reduce the glare of the bulb.
    Some of the most common materials with which pendant lights are made include glass, metal, plastic and paper. Each of these materials result in a different style and ambiance. While it’s your choice, certain materials do work better in different settings, for example a glass pendant light in a room with a lot of natural light is a great combination.
    Their shapes vary from simple globes to woven cages: there are tons to choose from. If you don’t find a specific shape that you want, it’s often possible to get a custom design made for your own preferences.
    Whether you’re looking for something practical or aesthetic, pendant lights are just as good as any!
    Benefits of Pendant Lighting
    Firstly, pendant lights have the ability to act as spotlights. If you set one up correctly, the light can be projected to a singular spot. Doing so draws attention to whatever is under the spotlight. You can use these to emphasise an important picture, painting, sculpture or whatever else you wish to bring attention to.
    Pendant lights also have the ability to project light from the ceiling to the floor or vice versa. You can use them as either a primary light source or a secondary light source. Using a pendant light as secondary lighting adds a unique effect to the room which will impress anyone.
    Pendant lights also don’t consume any floor space. They can be hung from high ceilings in such a way that they provide ample lighting without getting in the way as you walk around.
    Using pendant lights can bring a big advantage for small businesses as well. Office spaces tend to be quite depressing and dim – a pendant light provides excellent lighting over a desk and improves the aesthetic and mood of the room it is placed in.
    Where to Hang Pendant Lights
    Pendant lights can be used in many different locations. We use them for general lighting, area lighting, and task lighting:
    General lighting refers to the use of pendant lights to illuminate a room. Placing a pendant light in the center of any main room would count as general lighting. If you mean to illuminate the majority of your lounge, dining or any other room, a pendant light is capable of accomplishing this. You can also use a pendant light to illuminate your porch in a similar.


   

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