The influence of the brake pad surface machining and finishing on its friction performance- examined by inertia brake dynamometr testing

  • Tomasz Dąbrowski BOSMAL Automotive Research and Development Institute
  • Dariusz Kurczyński Kielce University of Technology
  • Piotr Łagowski Kielce University of Technology
  • Michał Warianek Kielce University of Technology
Keywords: brake pads, friction characteristics, surface machining, surface finishing, machining methods, finishing methods, noise emission, brakes test, dynamometry

Abstract

The article describes the influence of brake pads surface machining and finishing on their friction characteristics. It shows the methods of machining and finishing of the brake pads surface and their influence on noise emission and performance. It shows the brake dynamometer test results obtained on three brake pads which have three different types of surface modification and their detailed analysis and comparison.

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Published
2018-06-30
Section
Articles