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V-belt type Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT) are applied in an increasing number of vehicles as a result of their unparalleled shift comfort. Large ratio coverage allows for reduced engine speed, improved highway driving comfort and reduced fuel consumption. With the advent of the competing automatic transmissions with 6 or even 7 steps, it becomes increasingly important to further improve the performance in terms of efficiency, robustness and torque capacity of the CVT. Improvementsdoi:10.1504/ijvd.2008.021151 fatcat:6ng446y3ofaifj2dsl6aj3rzgm