Analysis of High Frequency Squeal in a Disc-Brake System Using a Stick-Slip Friction Model
This paper presents a two degree of freedom (2-DOF) stick-slip friction model for studying the effect of contact stiffness on the stability of the system. It is shown that the stability is not only a function of non-linear variation in the friction force provide by stick-slip but also depends on the variation in stiffness of contact due to the formation of friction layers on the surface of the rotor and the brake pad. Parametric studies have been presented to show the effect of variation in coefficient of friction and contact stiffness on the system stability.
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Paliwal, Manish; Mahajan, Ajay; and Filip, Peter, "Analysis of High Frequency Squeal in a Disc-Brake System Using a Stick-Slip Friction Model" (2003). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research. 467.