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Braking confidence and pedal feel are important braking performance attributes that should be optimized to achieve customer satisfaction with a vehicle's braking system. The relationship between the input force and travel provided by the driver to achieve the desired vehicle deceleration is as core to the vehicle personality or DNA as ride, handling, or driveability.This Fast Track will cover the main concepts and methods needed for tuning brake systems to desired pedal force and travel characteristics.
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Stopping Distance is one of the most common metrics of a vehicle's braking performance and one of the most critical attributes of accident prevention and minimization. The measurements are used within the development of the vehicle and are a critical aspect of accident prevention, accident reconstruction, and overall occupant and pedestrian safety management. While the results of this metric are published in a variety of sources, the factors that differentiate vehicle performance, vehicle dynamics, and calculation of the braking performance required to achieve desired performance are not widely available.
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The benefits of laminated glass for automobiles are being recognized at both the manufacturer and consumer levels, resulting in an increasing number of vehicles adopting this technology. This evolution in glass technology creates both opportunities and challenges, which must be understood by today's automotive designers and engineers for successful implementation. Because laminated glass has different structural properties than tempered glass, this 40 minute presentation will provide an overview of best practices for integration of the product into vehicle door systems based upon extensive testing and field experience.
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