|Cone Clutch||Friction clutch with conical plates that engage when normal force exceeds threshold|
|Disk Friction Clutch||Friction clutch with disk plates that engage when plate pressure exceeds threshold|
|Dog Clutch||Clutch with toothed plates that engage when plate teeth become enmeshed|
|Double-Sided Synchronizer||Back-to-back dog-cone clutch pairs assembled symmetrically about a translational detent to provide smooth gear engagement|
|Logic-Controlled Clutch||Friction clutch with binary input control|
|Synchronizer||Cone clutch, dog clutch, and translational detent assembled to provide smooth gear engagement|
|Unidirectional Clutch||Clutch that transmits power in a single direction|
|Fundamental Friction Clutch||Friction clutch with kinetic and static-limit friction torques as inputs|
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