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Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist

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<jats:p>The effects of vibration on the emergency braking tribological behaviors of the brake shoe of a deep coal mine hoist were investigated in this study. The thermal, frictional and mechanical parameters of the brake shoe were obtained. The vibration characteristics of the brake shoe during emergency braking were investigated, employing multibody dynamics analysis. The effect of vibration on the emergency braking tribological behaviors (temperature and stress distributions) of brake interfaces was explored using the finite element method. The self-made tribo-brake test rig of a brake shoe was employed to reveal the friction deterioration behaviors of the brake shoe during emergency braking. The results show obvious vibrations of all brake shoes along the direction of positive braking pressure during emergency braking. The vibration causes increases in the equivalent Von Mises stress and temperature at the contact interfaces between the brake disc and the brake shoe as compared to the case of ignoring the vibration. Along the rotation direction of the brake disc, the equivalent stress and temperature of the brake disc surface present three overall rapid increases, as well as two slight decreases during emergency braking. As compared to cyclic emergency braking, continuous emergency braking exhibits more obvious tribological degradation of the brake shoe, attributed to enhanced vibration. The wear loss of the brake shoe increases with increasing emergency braking cycles and continuous emergency braking time.</jats:p>

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Wang, Dagang, et al. “Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist.” Applied Sciences, 2021, doi:10.3390/app11146441.
APA
Wang, D., Wang, R., Wang, B., & Abdel Wahab, M. (2021). Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist. Applied Sciences. https://doi.org/10.3390/app11146441
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Wang, Dagang, Ruixin Wang, Bo Wang, and Magd Abdel Wahab. 2021. “Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist.” Applied Sciences. https://doi.org/10.3390/app11146441.
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Wang, Dagang, Ruixin Wang, Bo Wang, and Magd Abdel Wahab. 2021. “Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist.” Applied Sciences. doi:10.3390/app11146441.
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Wang D, Wang R, Wang B, Abdel Wahab M. Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist. Applied Sciences. 2021;
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D. Wang, R. Wang, B. Wang, and M. Abdel Wahab, “Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist,” Applied Sciences, 2021.
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  abstract     = {{<jats:p>The effects of vibration on the emergency braking tribological behaviors of the brake shoe of a deep coal mine hoist were investigated in this study. The thermal, frictional and mechanical parameters of the brake shoe were obtained. The vibration characteristics of the brake shoe during emergency braking were investigated, employing multibody dynamics analysis. The effect of vibration on the emergency braking tribological behaviors (temperature and stress distributions) of brake interfaces was explored using the finite element method. The self-made tribo-brake test rig of a brake shoe was employed to reveal the friction deterioration behaviors of the brake shoe during emergency braking. The results show obvious vibrations of all brake shoes along the direction of positive braking pressure during emergency braking. The vibration causes increases in the equivalent Von Mises stress and temperature at the contact interfaces between the brake disc and the brake shoe as compared to the case of ignoring the vibration. Along the rotation direction of the brake disc, the equivalent stress and temperature of the brake disc surface present three overall rapid increases, as well as two slight decreases during emergency braking. As compared to cyclic emergency braking, continuous emergency braking exhibits more obvious tribological degradation of the brake shoe, attributed to enhanced vibration. The wear loss of the brake shoe increases with increasing emergency braking cycles and continuous emergency braking time.</jats:p>}},
  articleno    = {{6441}},
  author       = {{Wang, Dagang and Wang, Ruixin and Wang, Bo and Abdel Wahab, Magd}},
  issn         = {{2076-3417}},
  journal      = {{Applied Sciences}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  title        = {{Effect of Vibration on Emergency Braking Tribological Behaviors of Brake Shoe of Deep Coal Mine Hoist}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/app11146441}},
  year         = {{2021}},
}

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