The effect of the composition and microstructure of gray cast iron on preferential wear during parasitic drag and on intrinsic damping capacity

Ho Jang, Jang Hyuk Yoon, Seong Jin Kim, Jae Young Lee, Hyun Dahl Park

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Abstract

Propensity of cold judder was studied by investigating the correlation between the microstructure of gray iron brake disks and friction properties of commercial brake linings. Based on a brake disk for a mid-size passenger car, gray iron disks with 6 different microstructures were manufactured by changing the carbon equivalent (C.E.) and cooling speed in a commercial manufacturing facility. Graphite morphology of the gray iron changed proportionally according to the C.E. and cooling speeds, exhibiting longer graphite flakes with high C.E. at slow cooling speeds. After screening tests of 23 commercial brake linings, 4 different brake linings (two non-steel and two low-steel linings with high μ and low μ) were selected for parasitic drag tests. Results showed that the preferential disk wear was pronounced in the case of using low steel linings and the trend was marked with the disks containing short graphite flakes. Examination of the disks after the drag tests revealed that the initial DTV (disk thickness variation) pattern was preserved during the wear tests while the intensity of the DTV pattern was increased. Sonic resonance tests were also performed to investigate the effect of gray iron microstructures on vibration damping capacity. Results showed that the graphite morphology strongly affected the vibration damping capacity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSAE Technical Papers
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Dec 1
Event21st Annual Brake Colloquium and Exhibition - Hollywood, FL, United States
Duration: 2003 Oct 62003 Oct 8

Other

Other21st Annual Brake Colloquium and Exhibition
CountryUnited States
CityHollywood, FL
Period03/10/603/10/8

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Brake linings
Cast iron
Drag
Graphite
Damping
Wear of materials
Iron
Microstructure
Cooling
Chemical analysis
Linings
Brakes
Vibrations (mechanical)
Carbon
Steel
Passenger cars
Screening
Friction

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Pollution
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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The effect of the composition and microstructure of gray cast iron on preferential wear during parasitic drag and on intrinsic damping capacity. / Jang, Ho; Yoon, Jang Hyuk; Kim, Seong Jin; Lee, Jae Young; Park, Hyun Dahl.

SAE Technical Papers. 2003.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Jang, H, Yoon, JH, Kim, SJ, Lee, JY & Park, HD 2003, The effect of the composition and microstructure of gray cast iron on preferential wear during parasitic drag and on intrinsic damping capacity. in SAE Technical Papers. 21st Annual Brake Colloquium and Exhibition, Hollywood, FL, United States, 03/10/6.
Jang, Ho ; Yoon, Jang Hyuk ; Kim, Seong Jin ; Lee, Jae Young ; Park, Hyun Dahl. / The effect of the composition and microstructure of gray cast iron on preferential wear during parasitic drag and on intrinsic damping capacity. SAE Technical Papers. 2003.
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