Browse Publications Technical Papers 2007-01-2919
2007-11-28

6×4 Commercial Trucks Load Sense Valve Installation 2007-01-2919

With the intent of attend the Annex 10 performance specifications of the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE-R13), translated on NBR 14354/1999, it was necessary to develop a load sense valve installation layout also to the 6×4 vehicles.
This work shows the steps for the development of the load sense valve installation and calibration on 6×4 vehicles, considering the valve performance on the two traction axles and preventing brake locking under low friction track conditions, under empty conditions use or with low load.
The design required a detailed layout in order to develop a load sense valve attachment system considering the movement of both traction axles, as well as respecting the vehicle initial project physical limits; adjusting it to one of the available valve cams in the market; intending to develop a durable design and at the same time of low variable cost, with low tooling costs and that does not add much complexity to the production line.
In addiction to the finite element structural analysis, the computational tools have also helped on the load sense valve installation and attachment layout definition, as well as on the operational calibration definition, considering all the suspension geometry.

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