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Thermal Transport Properties Germane to Friction Materials and Brakes
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published February 02, 2017 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Information report defines the thermal transport properties important in the assessment of heat management capability of brake lining, shoe, disc and drum materials. The report discusses thermal diffusivity, specific heat capacity, thermal conductivity and thermal expansion. Measurement techniques for the appropriate ASTM standards are identified. The thermal transport properties discussed are material sample properties, not the properties of entire components such as pad assemblies.
This technical report is being Stabilized because it covers technology, products, or processes which are mature and not likely to change in the foreseeable future.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Swell, Growth, and Dimensional Stability of Friction Materials and Noise Insulators when Exposed to Elevated Temperatures|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Road Vehicles - Friction Materials - Elastic Properties Measurements|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|Unnamed Dataset 1|
|TABLE 1||SUMMARY TABLE OF THERMAL TRANSPORT PROPERTIES|
Brake Linings Standards Committee
The goal of the Brake Lining Standards Committee is to provide a means of developing and maintaining common test and nomenclature standards for the friction materials industry. In working toward this goal, the committee helps reduce industry costs, harmonize global markets and enhance safety by recommending uniform test and performance standards for automotive friction materials.
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