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Wear Test Procedure on Inertia Dynamometer for Brake Friction Materials
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published October 18, 2012 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This SAE Recommended Practice specifies a dynamometer test procedure to be used for the measurement of automotive service brake linings and disc brake pads wear.
The SAE J2707 Recommended Practice is widely used or referenced by multiple companies around the globe. It is part of regular testing activities with no changes indicated or requested by the industry. Newer testing methodologies and equipment do not affect the test execution. Also, there are no issues presented to the SAE Brake Dynamometer Committee to justify a formal review process
|Ground Vehicle Standard||FMVSS Inertia Dynamometer Test Procedure for Vehicles Below 4540 kg GVWR|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Automotive Disc Brake Pad Natural Frequency and Damping Test|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|TABLE 1||GENERAL WEAR TESTS|
|TABLE 2||HIGH SPEED WEAR TEST|
|TABLE 3||BLOCK WEAR TESTS|
|TABLE A1||VEHICLE AND TEST PARAMETERS|
Brake Dynamometer Standards Committee
The Brake Dynamometer Standards Committee is part of the Foundation Brake Steering Committee that reports to the Motor Vehicle Council. The committee is responsible for developing standards, recommended practices, and information reports for brake dynamometer testing, for on-road vehicles below 4540 kg of Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The committee also maintains liaison activities with other Standard Development Organizations or industry consortia.
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