Aeronautical brakes are subject to non-linear unstable vibrations. In particular, two modes appear and present a risk for the structure. Firstly, the whirl modes consist of a rotating bending motion of the axle out-of-phase with the brake torque tube. It is due to a coupling of two bending modes of the axle in orthogonal directions. Secondly, the brake squeal mode resulting from stick-slip or sprag-slip phenomena consists of a rotational motion of the brake around the axle. Those vibrations are not resulting from an external excitation but are friction-induced self-excited. Hence, they are dependent on tribological phenomena specific to carbon disks and are in particular controlled by the friction coefficient μ.In order to take into account the dynamical aspect in brake design, Messier-Bugatti-Dowty wants to simulate modes and acceleration g's levels. This article deals with the improvement of such a model.A finite element of the brake exists. It is able to reproduce whirl modes and squeal mode. In order to improve it, physical phenomena must be introduced. Here, the impact of gyroscopic effects is evaluated. For this, an analytical model is built to determine the consequences on frequencies and stability.