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Brakes are of different types and are essential for stopping an automobile

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  • BRAKES

    1Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Classification of Brakes

    With respect to application Foot Brake Hand Brake

    With respect to number of wheels Two wheel brake Four wheel brake

    With respect to method of braking contact Internal expanding brakes

    Drum brakes External contracting brakes

    Disc Brakes Band Brakes

    2Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • With respect to method of applying braking force Single acting Double acting

    With respect to mechanism Mechanical brakes Power brakes

    With respect to nature of power employed Vacuum brakes Pneumatic brakes Hydraulic brakes Electric brakes Magnetic brakes

    3Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

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  • Fundamental of Drum Brake and Disc Brake operation

    Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 5

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    Hand Brake

  • Single Line Hydraulic System

    8Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Split Line Diagonally Linked Hydraulic System

    Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 9

  • Drum Brake

    10Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Leading and trailing brake shoes

    11Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Single Leading Shoe Brake

    Double Leading Shoe Drum Brake 12Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Double piston wheel cylinder

    13Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

  • Self Energizing Brakes (Duo-Servo Brakes)

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  • Disc Brake

    Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 15

  • Double floating-piston-caliper disc brake

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  • Single-Piston Floating Caliper

    Disc Brake

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  • Bleeding of Hydraulic System

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  • Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 21

  • Ventilated Disc

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  • Cross Drilled Disc Slotted Disc

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  • Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 24

    Vacuum Assisted Brake Servo Unit

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  • Hydraulic Servo

    Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 27

  • Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni. 28

  • Antilock Braking System (ABS)

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  • Brake Fade and Stopping Distance

    Brake Fading Stopping Distance

    Vehicle speed Miles/hr

    Distance travelled during drivers reaction

    Distance travelled after application of

    brakes

    Total Stopping Distance

    10 11 ft 9 ft 20 ft

    20 22 ft 22 ft 44 ft

    30 33 ft 50 ft 83 ft

    40 44 ft 88 ft 132 ft

    50 55 ft 138 ft 193 ft

    60 66 ft 200 ft 266 ft

    70 77 ft 303 ft 380 ft

    31Devender Kumar, AP,MED,Thapar Uni.

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