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Study on friction mechanism and performance of disc brakes for mining motor vehicle

Authors
  • Qin, Yanan
  • Zhang, Sen
  • Wei, Xiuping
Type
Published Article
Journal
Mathematical Models in Engineering
Publisher
JVE International Ltd.
Publication Date
Mar 31, 2018
Volume
4
Issue
1
Pages
11–17
Identifiers
DOI: 10.21595/mme.2018.19678
Source
JVE Journals
Keywords
License
Yellow

Abstract

According to the convexity theory, the working principle of the disc brake of mining motor vehicle is analyzed. The dry friction force between brake disc and brake block is mainly composed of three mechanisms, such as meshing effect, adhesion effect and furrow effect. The Link NVH 3900 device is used to simulate the long downhill braking condition with bench test method, which can obtain friction performance with high credibility in different brake conditions. The average friction coefficient and friction stability coefficient are chosen as the evaluation parameter for friction performance judgment. Through the research results, it can be known that the average friction coefficient of the brake decreases linearly with brake pressure increases, the friction stability coefficient under different braking pressure showed numerically larger and smaller fluctuations. When the temperature of disc surface exceeds 200 °C, the resin lubricating film will be produced in the brake block, which will decrease the friction coefficient obviously. The actual braking torque does not increase linearly with the increase of braking pressure, especially when the brake speed is high, the friction coefficient will decrease obviously.

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