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Progressive waviness distortion: A new approach of hot spotting in disc brakes

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2005
auteur(s) Panier Stéphane; Dufrenoy Philippe; Brunel Jean-François; Weichert Dieter
journal (abréviation) Journal of Thermal Stresses (J Therm Stresses)
volume (numéro) 28 (1)
pages 47 – 62
résumé This paper deals with the mechanisms of the appearance of hot spots in railway brake disks. From infrared measurements, a classification of hot spots is presented. The most damaging thermal gradients are identified as macroscopic hot spots uniformly distributed on the friction surface. An explanation of the origin of these macroscopic hot spots is presented based on a scenario of progressive distortion of the disk. Three major effects have to be considered: the structural response of the disk and the pads; realistic boundary conditions, both geometric and loading; and the thermoelastoplastic behavior of the material. Finite element simulations based on the proposed model agree with experimental observations.
mots clés hot spots; progressive waviness distortion; brake disc
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