Presentation on theme: "Marketing Value Of Brake System Project Objectives Brake System And Its Units Solid Model Finite Element Analysis Analysis Of A Drum Brake Force Visual."— Presentation transcript:
Marketing Value Of Brake System Project Objectives Brake System And Its Units Solid Model Finite Element Analysis Analysis Of A Drum Brake Force Visual Prototypes Conclusion
The worldwide automobile brake system market is flooded with advanced, modern and cost effective brake system technologies. Canada (21.73%), Mexico (19.22%), Japan (16.33%), China (13.56%) and Brazil (6.54%) are the largest manufacturing countries of automobile brake systems in the world. Annual revenue If looking at the world market we find the revenue of the automobile braking systems industry in the year 2006 was about US $ billion
We can summarize the project objectives in following points: 1)Identifying function of disk brake and its parts. 2)Discussing the performance of the disk brake and the microstructure of the friction pad. 3)Developing a solid model for the disk brake using solidworks® along with its detailed drawings. 4)Developing a finite element model in order to study the mechanism of rotor and pad at different situations.
5) Developing an optimum design for the rotor using solidworks® software. 6) Conducting force analysis on the drum to evaluate: a. The total braking torque. b. The maximum pressure on the shoe and its location. 7) Making visual prototypes for main components of brake system
Deenergizing shoeSelf-energizing shoe
the dimensions of brake system components can optimize any dimension if we give appropriate studies Reduce rotor width achieve reduce in weight equal 8.15% This save can increase the profit of producing in mass production the lining material in the maximum pressure side must be more reliable to resist the applied forces
1. This project represents an application of reverse engineering in the car brake system 2. Solid models, finite analysis,virtual prototypes are all used throughout the reverse engineering stage 3. The present work shows that a lot of development and improvement could be achieved in the brake system through the models developed