Application Of Reinforced AMC Friction Material In Vehicle Industry | 11555
Journal of Material Sciences & Engineering
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Aluminum metal matrix composites (AMC) are good candidates for friction material application in vehicle industry.
Understanding the mechanism of material behavior under braking loads utilizes perceiving the advantages of fabricating
brake pads from AMC material. Pressure, contacting temperature, and sliding velocity are the three critical factors that affect
friction and wear performances of vehicles? brake material. A portion of the worn material forms a thin solid film known as
tribo-layer or tribofilm with different chemical composition structure and tribological behavior than the material of the sliding
contact surfaces over each other. Another part of the worn material may be redistributed, crushed, and consolidated in the sliding
interface. A portion of the brake dust (brake wear debris) may be airborne and some other portion may be deposited on the
brake hardware. The abrupt formation of three-body abrasion causes significant increment in the applied pressure which affects
the wearing mechanism. Incorporation of hard ceramic reinforcement and soft lubricant into AMC increases wear resistance
property of frictional material. I also discuss other main parameters affecting the wear mechanism of the brake pad and the
reinforced AMC producing methods.
Mohammad Reza Allazadeh received two master?s degrees in technology planning and solid mechanics from University of Miskolc in Hungary,
and Brown University in the USA, respectively. He has completed his Ph.D. at University of Pittsburgh, where he worked as postdoctoral fellow at
mechanical engineering and material science department, and civil engineering department. Later, he worked as Assistant Professor at University
of Panonia in Hungary. Currently, he is a researcher at Hungarian Academic of Sciences. He has published number of peer reviewed journal papers
and industrial reports. Moreover, he is the author of four books and book chapter in different engineering sciences.
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