Sandip S. Shirsath
- Research Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Maharashtra, India
- Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, MES College of Engineering, Wadia college campus, Maharashtra, India
The Braking system is important system of automobiles and is responsible for providing better performance and safety. A Millions of automobiles are frequently decelerated and stopped at heavy traffic zone. Overall performance of vehicle braking system depends on braking conditions and brake material. All friction based application releases wear products; either gaseous form or particulate matter form and braking system is prime source of non exhaust particulate matter emission. The Friction lining material is composed of various ingredients and its selection is based on experimental trials and fundamental understanding. The number of ingredients decided to achieve best braking performance at different working environments and loading conditions, in terms of the wear rate, friction level and noise level, At present, braking system facing technical challenges related to thermal stability, fade, abnormal noise, wear rate & environmental issues with existing semi metallic, low metallic material and asbestos based friction material. The present work aims to explore the influence of non exhaust particulate matter on human health; environment and focuses on featured eco-friendly friction lining composite materials (FLM) prepared from organic farm waste with desired percentage. This helps to understand the depth of natural fiber in FLM tested with best possible combinations and this found effective through comparative studies. It helps in reducing the load of natural waste disposal and reduces toxic elements at source
Keywords: Friction lining composite material (FLM), Non-Asbestos Organic (NAO), Environmental impact
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|Received||June 24, 2021|
|Accepted||August 18, 2021|
|Published||August 31, 2021|