Friction wheel: Difference between revisions

(Added Link 'Wheel')
No edit summary
Line 1: Line 1:
[[File:Tires.PNG|right|300px|thumb|Friction Wheels on a lift-hill]]
[[File:Tires.PNG|right|300px|thumb|Friction Wheels on a lift-hill]]
'''Friction Wheels''' are [[Wheel|tires]] that are connected to the [[track]] of a [[roller coaster]] in order to control the speed of the train. Friction Wheels are often used in [[station]]s and [[brake run]]s (usually [[block-section]]ed). On some roller coasters, this same method is used on [[launch]]es, or on [[Lift hill|lift-hill]].
'''Friction Wheels''' are [[Wheel|tires]] that are connected to the [[track]] of a [[roller coaster]] in order to control the speed of the train. Friction Wheels are often used in [[station]]s and [[brake run]]s (usually [[block-section]]ed). On some roller coasters, this same method is used on [[Launched|launch]]es, or on [[Lift hill|lift-hill]].
{{Roller Coaster Descriptions}}
[[Category:Descriptions]]
[[Category:Descriptions]]
[[Category:Launch Systems]]
[[Category:Launch Systems]]
[[Category:Lift-Hill Systems]]
[[Category:Lift-Hill Systems]]
[[Category:Brake Systems]]
[[Category:Brake Systems]]

Revision as of 21:49, 16 May 2012

File:Tires.PNG
Friction Wheels on a lift-hill

Friction Wheels are tires that are connected to the track of a roller coaster in order to control the speed of the train. Friction Wheels are often used in stations and brake runs (usually block-sectioned). On some roller coasters, this same method is used on launches, or on lift-hill.

Roller coaster descriptions