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Simulation study of the process of friction in the working elements of a car braking system at different degrees of wear

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Among the many elements of a modern vehicle, the braking system is definitely among the most important ones. Health, and, frequently, life, may rest upon the design and reliability of brakes. The most common friction pair used in passenger cars today is a disc which rotates with the road wheel and a cooperating pair of brake pads. The composite material of the pad results in changing tribological properties as the pad wears, which was demonstrated in experimental studies. The change is also facilitated by the harsh operating conditions of brakes (high and rapid temperature changes, water, etc.). This paper looks into how changing tribology reflects on the heating process of disc and pads during braking. And so a simulation study was conducted, as this method makes it possible to measure temperature in any given point and at any time, which is either impossible or extremely difficult in real life conditions. Finite element method analyses were performed for emergency braking events at various initial speeds of the vehicle reflecting the current road speed limits.
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Acknowledgements: The research has been carried out within work no. S/WM/2/2013 accomplished at Bialystok University of Technology and financed from the funding allocated for science by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland and research project no. MB/WM/4/2017, financed from funds used for the development of young scientists and doctoral students.
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