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Journal: International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology(IJMET) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 1217-1226

Keywords : Brake; Cylinder Thermal Stresses; wear resistance.;

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A brake is a mechanical device which simulated frictional safety is connected to moving machine part, to stop the movement of a machine. At present performing this function, the brakes take in either kinetic energy of the moving part or the potential energy surrendered by items being brought down by lifts and so forth. The energy absorbed by the brakes is scattered as heat. Disc brake is a recognizable automobile application where they are utilized broadly for car and bike wheels. The disc is sandwiched between two pads activated by cylinders backed in a calipers mounted on the stud shaft. At the point when the brake lever is pressed using pressurized hydraulic pressurized fluid is constrained into the chambers pushing the contradicting cylinders and brake pads into frictional contact with the disc. The frictional heat produced amid braking application can result in various negative impacts on the brake assembly, for example, brake blur, untimely wear, thermal splits and disc thickness variation (DTV). The main purpose of this project is Optimization of Automotive Brake Disc and analysis the unsteady state thermal behaviour of the dry contact between the brake disc and pads during the braking phase. The thermal-structural analysis to determine the deformation and the Von Misses stresses established in the disc. The objective of the project is the design, analysis and optimization of disc brake using Ansys. The brake disc is designed by a 3Dmodelling software CATIA V5R20 and we analyse structural and thermal conditions on disc brake using ANSYS 15.

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