Temperature of the brakes and the Braking Force
PublisherUniversity of Zilina
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The kinetic energy of the braking vehicle is changed into heat and the resulting heat increases the temperature of each part of brakes. The changed temperature affects the coefficient of friction between the brake lining and brake drum of brake disc. Unless the brakes are actuated hydraulically there is the warning brake pads and brake fluid. Object of examination in this article is the impact of repetitive braking to change of these parameters and the impact of time to change the boiling point of the brake fluid.
SubjectBrakes , the increase of temperature , the change of braking performance , brake fluid , the boiling point of the brake fluid
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