By William C. Orthwein
Very easily collecting a number of formulation, analytical tools, and graphs for the layout and choice of a large choice of brakes and clutches within the car, plane, farming, and production industries, this convenient reference simplifies calculations, acquaints engineers with an expansive diversity of purposes, and assists within the collection of parameters for particular layout demanding situations.
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Band Brakes 19 FIGURE 2 Quantities and geometry used in the derivation of the band-brake design relations. ðF þ dFÞ sin du du þ F sin À pwr du ¼ 0 2 2 ð1-2Þ when the brake lining and the supporting brake band together are assumed to have negligible ﬂexural rigidity, where A represents the coeﬃcient of friction between the lining material and the drum, p represents the pressure between the drum and the lining, and w represents the width of the band. Upon simplifying equations (1-1) and (1-2) and remembering that as the element of band length approaches zero, sin(du/2) approaches du/2, cos(du/2) Copyright © 2004 Marcel Dekker, Inc.
Consistent with the direction of rotation of the drum, indicated by N, the forces acting on an element of the band are as illustrated in the lower right section of Figure 2. In this ﬁgure, r is the outer radius of the brake drum and F1 and F2 are the forces applied to the ends of the brake band. Because of the direction of drum rotation, F1 is greater than F2. Equilibrium of forces in directions parallel and perpendicular to the tangent to a typical brake-band element at its midpoint requires that ðF þ dFÞ cos Copyright © 2004 Marcel Dekker, Inc.
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