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Autori: Bocîi Sevastian Liviu
Editorial: TRANSPORT, 26 (issue 1), p.75 -78, 2011.
Disk brakes were first introduced on the suburban and urban coaches and high speed freight cars
(V > 120 km/h) for the following reasons: shoe brakes reached their potential limits, especially at high speeds; the
maintenance of disc brakes is cheaper; greater comfort; the friction coefficient of disk brake elements (friction pad
and brake disc) presents lower variation in velocity and pressure; disk brakes present lower temperatures of friction
surfaces. The determination of uniform heat flow through the friction elements of disk brakes is very important since
the early designing stage. Such way one avoids overheating both disk brakes and friction pads that may result when
the physical properties (chemical and mechanical) of materials are not correctly matched and have negative effects on
braking efficiency (small coefficient of friction, large braking distance etc.) This work studies the influence of braking
time (30 s, 40 s, 50 s, 60 s) on the uniform heat flow of the friction element surface. Note that in the same area of disk
brake friction 0.4 m2, heat flow decreases with an increased duration of braking, leading to longer braking space. At
the same time, if pressure on the pad of disk brake friction decreases, heat flow increases.
Cuvinte cheie: braking time, uniform heat flow, friction coupling, brake disc, brake stopping