Brake design and safety by Rudolf Limpert

By Rudolf Limpert

The targets of this 3rd variation of an SAE vintage identify are to supply readers with the elemental theoretical basics and analytical instruments essential to layout braking platforms for passenger cars and vans that agree to safeguard criteria, reduce client lawsuits, and practice correctly and successfully ahead of and whereas digital brake controls turn into active.

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Brake design and safety

The pursuits of this 3rd variation of an SAE vintage name are to supply readers with the fundamental theoretical basics and analytical instruments essential to layout braking platforms for passenger cars and vehicles that conform to security criteria, reduce buyer lawsuits, and practice properly and successfully earlier than and whereas digital brake controls turn into lively.

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2-2 may be used to compute the approximate strain values. At a lining angle of 50 deg, the strain ε of the soft lining is 29 Brake Design and Safety Figure 2-2. Measured pressure distribution over lining angle for different linings. 005. The corresponding values of the elastic modulus are 165 to 1200 × 105 N/m2 (2400 to 17,500 psi) for the soft and hard lining, respectively. When the wear behavior of the lining material is known, the pressure distribution along the lining arc can be determined.

Because the pad/rotor coefficient of friction is a function of many variables, it is better to choose a well-known pad or lining material with established performance and wear characteristics and to design the mechanical brake components “around it,” rather than to develop a new brake material to fit into existing hardware. The development of a new pad or lining material is solely based upon empirical science, that is, costly testing, while the mechanical hardware design and brake component selection are based upon fundamental physical laws (Refs.

1 Definition of Brake Factor The brake factor is defined as the ratio of total drum or rotor drag Fd to the application force Fa against one shoe or pad: BF = Fd/Fa (2-1) For a standard (non-self-energizing) caliper disc brake with two brake pads producing drag forces on the in- and out-board sides of the rotor, the brake factor is BF = 2Fd /Fa = (2µL Fa)/Fa = 2µL (2-2) where µL = lining or pad coefficient of friction. Brake factor sensitivity SBF of a brake is a measure of how much the brake factor changes for a given pad-rotor coefficient-of-friction change, or how steep the brake factor curve is.

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