Disc brake squeal characterization through simplified test rigs

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2009-11
Authors
Akay, A.
Giannini, O.
Massi, F.
Sestieri, A.
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Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
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0888-3270
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Elsevier
Volume
23
Issue
8
Pages
2590 - 2607
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English
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Article
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This paper presents a review of recent investigations on brake squeal noise carried out on simplified experimental rigs. The common theme of these works is that of approaching the study of squeal noise on experimental set-ups that are much simpler than commercial disc brakes, providing the possibility of repeatable measurements of squeal occurrence. As a consequence, it is possible to build consistent and robust models of the experimental apparatus to simulate the squeal events and to understand the physics behind squeal instabilities. © 2009.

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Brake squeal noise, Damping, Experimental test rig, Instability, Mode lock-in, Brake squeal, Brake squeal noise, Disc brakes, Experimental apparatus, Experimental test rig, Instability, Mode lock-in, Robust models, Set-ups, Simplified test, Squeal noise, Damping, Drilling rigs, Friction materials, Brakes
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