A Passat car with ABS and a Santana car without ABS are selected to perform 19 times of tire blow-out test by using electric detonators,with a car speed range of 99～167.1 km/h,a system response time of 48～180 ms and a braking trace without obvious deviation.
This paper presents the design of a braking system for a tractorsemitrailer train composed of a model JN462A tractor and a model BGJP26 container platform semitrailer. After improving the braking force distribution on each axle of the tractor-semitrailer train, the braking stability and efficiency are analysed and studied.
Regenerative braking control strategy in mild hybrid electric vehicles equipped with automatic manual transmission
Braking force distribution strategies are presented according to the actual regenerative braking force of ISG.
To recover the vehicle's kinetic energy maximally, braking shift rules for a mild hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) equipped with automatic manual transmission (AMT) are brought forward and effects of transmission ratios are considered.
A test-bed is built up and regenerative braking tests are carried out.
The results show that power recovered by the braking shift rules is more than that recovered by the normal braking control rules.
Three applications of this theory are presented including closed characteristics on convex hypersurfaces and brake orbits on bounded domains.
Wear mechanism of disc-brake block material for new type of drilling rig
Topography and elementary components of the brake block's wear surface are analyzed by employing SEM and EDAX patterns, revealing its tribological behaviour and wear mechanism.
When the frictional temperature is lower, the surface film of the brake block is thinner, dense, smooth with plasticity, and divided into the mixture area, Feabundant area, carbon-abundant area and spalling area.
At the beginning of wear, the hard peaks from the friction surface of the disc-brake plough on the surface of the brake block.
With the approach of such spheres, the layer of liquid between them generates a braking force proportional to the rate of approach of the drops and inversely proportional to the distance between their surfaces.
Study of the Effect of the Depth of the Cavity of a Braking Device on the Aerodynamic Drag of a Model in Transonic and Supersoni
Models of a braking device (sphere) were connected with a load (frustum of a cone) by means of shrouds.
Under isometric conditions, the antagonist burst - if it occurred - exhibited characteristics which suggested a rapidly alternating movement rather than a braking strategy.
We suggest that, at the end of a saccade, the eye normally is brought to rest by a braking pulse and dynamic overshoot occurs when the braking pulse is accidentally too large.