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2019-09-15

The Improvement Brake’s Qualities of Vehicle by Developing the Method of the Choosing Frictional Pairs of the Brakes Mechanisms 2019-01-2145

One of the reasons for the large number of road accidents on highways in Ukraine [1] is the instability of the braking properties due to the unstable characteristics of the brake mechanisms’ friction pairs. The manufacturer produces new automobiles with installed brake pairs (brake pads and their counter bodies), which have passed long-term tests for the stability of the friction coefficient and braking forces distribution of between the axles. This ensures the compatibility of the friction pairs characteristics for front and rear brake mechanisms according to the criteria of heat resistance. During operation, instead of worn-out brake pads, brake discs and drums, drivers can purchase new ones, manufactured as spare parts. However, in the well-known literature there are no methods that allow to check the compatibility of the friction pairs characteristics for front and rear brake mechanisms according to the criteria of heat resistance. In the article a method for choosing a set of friction pairs of brake mechanisms for passenger car during operation is proposed. Assessment of the compatibility of the friction pairs characteristics for front and rear brake mechanisms was carried out according to the criteria of heat resistance.

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