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Modeling and Simulating the Effect of Car Brake Power Distributary on Carbon Nanofiber Brake Pads When Turning

Nguyen Thanh Tung and Luong Van Van

Abstract

The survey results about how the power of the brake distributary method on carbon nanofiber (CNF) brake pads affects an automobile’s brake effectiveness are presented in this study. The authors constructed an automobile model of dynamics by decomposing the multi-body system’s structure. Examining the impact of brake power distributary on carbon nanofiber brake pads on vehicle acceleration of the braking process using Matlab-Simulink software. The findings indicate that when a fully loaded driving Kia Pride vehicle is on a left roundabout with a radius of 100 m at a speed of 50 km/h. When driving a vehicle equipped with a brake power distributary system on CNF brake pads, there will be no tire locking, the back tires’ brake power will rise by roughly 27%, and there will be a roughly 15% rise in the car’s acceleration of the braking process. In case a car is without a brake power distributary method on CNF brake pads, the vehicle loses motion stability, and the back wheel locks and slips totally.

Published on: March 07, 2024
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2024-s1-004
Citation:Tung NT, Van LV. 2024. Modeling and Simulating the Effect of Car Brake Power Distributary on Carbon Nanofiber Brake Pads When Turning. NanoWorld J 10(S1): S14-S18.

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