Question: Difference between Dry Clutch and Wet Clutch.
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Mumbai University > Mechanical Engineering > Sem 5 > Theory of Machines-II

Marks: 5 Marks

Year: May 2016

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Dry Clutch Wet Clutch
A dry clutch is a clutch which does not have oil present between the clutch plates Physical oil is present between the plates of the clutch
The sound in dry clutch is more as compared to wet clutch and goes on increasing as the clutch goes on wearing out The sound level is net clutch is less as compared to dry clutch or it is taken up by the oil present between the plates
Wear and tear is more in dry clutch Wear and tear is more in dry clutch
Maintenance cost is high Maintenance cost is low
The life is less as compared to wet clutch The life is high as compared to wet clutch
The dust which is collected by wear and tear of the plates is in the cover of the clutch casing. The dust is removed by the oil filter present in the clutch casing
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