Browse Publications Technical Papers 2013-36-0030
2013-05-15

Numerical and Experimental Evaluation of Brake Squeal 2013-36-0030

It is widely known that a typical brake system works by mitigating vehicle kinetic energy and transforming it into thermal energy, ultimately leading to energy dissipation. The main concerns related to this kind of system are: 1) low frequency vibration energy propagating throughout the vehicle structure when the system begins its unblocking action; and 2) high frequency vibration energy propagation which induces undesirable noise levels. Modal analysis of the system can provide important information about its vibration characteristics. Provided that coupling between the dynamic behavior, the pre-stress caused by the applied load, and friction characteristics will certainly occur, it is required that analyses be performed on the entire assembly. As such, this paper presents evaluation of a brake disc system regarding the brake squeal using finite element method comparing with experimental assessment.

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