The Understanding of Grooving and Surface Preparation of High Heat Resistant Materials for Heavy-Duty Vehicles 2002-01-1482
Recently high heat resistant friction materials containing synthetic fibers have been developed to meet the requirements from heavy-duty vehicle manufactures. However, traditional cut in groove process (hereafter, CIG process) cannot cut grooves on these materials clearly. Projection near groove and fuzz inside of groove exist after the CIG process. The projection and fuzz are generally considered the reason of high drag torque during idling . But very little information was provided to deal with the projection and fuzz and how to reduce the drag torque caused by projection and fuzz.
In this paper, various processes will be discussed to reduce drag torque and an optimized groove specification will also be proposed for high heat resistant friction materials for heavy-duty vehicles.
Citation: Lin, X., Yamamoto, Y., Mukai, K., and Ikawa, S., "The Understanding of Grooving and Surface Preparation of High Heat Resistant Materials for Heavy-Duty Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-1482, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-1482. Download Citation
Due to current capacity constraints, printed versions of our publications - including standards, technical papers, EDGE Reports, scholarly journal articles, books, and paint chips - may experience shipping delays of up to two weeks. We apologize for any inconvenience.