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Design and Development of Hand Brake System

Journal: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.2, No. 6)

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Page : 280-284

Keywords : Auto Hand Brake Release; DC Motor; Relay; Drum Brake; Arduino Microcontroller etc;

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An automatic brake system for a vehicle consists of an electric motor, related to the motor for transmission motion from the motor to a brake lever that pushes the restraint. This project provides a brand new idea style of the EMPB (electro mechanical parking brakes) system that has straightforward and cheap characteristics. This project deals with coming up with and fabrication of EMPB system. Mechanical device hand brake system conjointly remarked as brake by-wire, replace typical parking braking systems with a totally electrical part system. This happens by replacement typical linkages with electrical motor-driven units. The braking force is generated directly at every wheel by high performance electrical motors and automobile management, that area unit controlled by an ECU. The electronic hand brake replaces the traditional handbrake. It's operated by a switch within the center console. The mechanical device hand brake provides the subsequent edges over the traditional handbrake: easy use-the hand brake is applied totally no matter the strength of the driving force. Safety- the electrical hand brake applies mechanically once the key is off from the ignition. Citation: Prashant Karke, Suman Ramesh Tulsiani Technical Campus,Khamshet,410405; Rohan Dalvi ,Suman Ramesh Tulsiani Technical Campus,Khamshet,410405; Ramesh Sutar ,Suman Ramesh Tulsiani Technical Campus,Khamshet,410405; Jitendra Satpute ,Suman Ramesh Tulsiani Technical Campus,Khamshet,410405. "Design and Development of Hand Brake System." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering 26 2017: 280 - 284.

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