The so-called "dry" friction clutch which is standard fitment in series vehicles is actuated by an adjusting mechanism which is controlled via a microprocessor.
Inductive sensors detect engine output speeds and transmission input speeds. The desired variable is determined from these signals using a microprocessor, which is then used by the setting unit to realise a definite slip value by varying the clutch pressure.
When passing through load ranges in which critical rotational vibrations occur, a map-controlled damping of rotational vibrations with slip values varying between 1-5% can be realized.