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@zaki_whiz03 • 10 Dec, 2009
sir i want to know the technical differences between tubeless tyres and tubed tyres. which one is more preferred and why. can you please explain me in detail.
regards,
zakiuddin
@Mahesh Dahale • 10 Dec, 2009 The key difference between the two types of tyres is the construction. In traditional tyres there is an inner tube sealing the air component whereas in tubeless there is only a butyl lining on the inner wall to retain air.
In case of tube tyre, there is an instant leakage of air in case of puncture and the car gives a sudden jerk. On the other hand, when the car has tubeless tyres, loss of air is comparatively much slower and can ride to an appreciable distance without delivering any kind of jerks.

Structure

The basic concept behind the structure of tubeless tyres is the absence of tubes within them. The external structure is the same as the older types but the inner structure differs.

Instead of the inner butyl tube present in the traditional tyres, tubeless tyres are solely filled with air. To seal the air inside the tyre, the inner wall is lined with an airtight and impermeable membrane composed of materials like halo butyly/chloro-butyl. Butyl lining helps reduce air permeation

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Check Out this link:- Crankshaft: Pneumatic Tyre

@zaki_whiz03 • 10 Jun, 2010 can any body give me a detailed explaination about time and motion studies
@vishnu priya • 10 Jun, 2010 What is time and motion study?
@zaki_whiz03 • 11 Jun, 2010
vishnu priya
What is time and motion study?
time and motion study related to industrial engineering....
@gohm • 13 Jun, 2010 Please post your question about time and motion study in a separate thread.

As far as pneumatic tires and which is better, that would depend on intended usage and wheel the tire will be mounted to. Tube tires are beneficial for rough terrain as the pressures can more readily be adjusted without compromise of the tire bead. Another side benefit is the increased ability to repair punctures in the field. Traditional spoked wheels also require tubed tires.
@jerryvn01 • 25 Jun, 2010
zaki_whiz03
sir i want to know the technical differences between tubeless tyres and tubed tyres. which one is more preferred and why. can you please explain me in detail.
regards,
zakiuddin

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@zaki_whiz03 • 26 Jun, 2010 please post it in a different thread.





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