In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake

W. P. Steel, J. D. Fieldhouse, C. J. Talbot, Andrew Crampton

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Abstract

This paper examines a promising new application of the proven technique of holographic interferometry for the measurement and analysis of both out-of-plane and in-plane vibration of a twin calliper disc brake generating noise at 2200 Hz. The standard technique of holographic interferometry has been developed such that both separate dynamic images of the in-plane and out-of-plane vibration, together with a combined dynamic image indicating absolute displacement may be represented. The results show the disc modes to be extremely complex for the twin calliper system, and further indicate that the in-plane vibration amplitudes are significantly larger in magnitude than out-of-plane vibration amplitudes.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBraking 2004
Subtitle of host publicationVehicle Braking and Chassis Control
EditorsDavid Barton, Andrew Blackwood
PublisherWiley
Pages103-112
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9781860584640
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2004
EventInternational Conference on Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control - Leeds, United Kingdom
Duration: 7 Jul 20049 Jul 2004

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NameIMechE Event Publications

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLeeds
Period7/07/049/07/04

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Steel, W. P., Fieldhouse, J. D., Talbot, C. J., & Crampton, A. (2004). In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake. In D. Barton, & A. Blackwood (Eds.), Braking 2004: Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control (pp. 103-112). (IMechE Event Publications). Wiley.
Steel, W. P. ; Fieldhouse, J. D. ; Talbot, C. J. ; Crampton, Andrew. / In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake. Braking 2004: Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control. editor / David Barton ; Andrew Blackwood. Wiley, 2004. pp. 103-112 (IMechE Event Publications).
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Steel, WP, Fieldhouse, JD, Talbot, CJ & Crampton, A 2004, In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake. in D Barton & A Blackwood (eds), Braking 2004: Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control. IMechE Event Publications, Wiley, pp. 103-112, International Conference on Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control, Leeds, United Kingdom, 7/07/04.

In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake. / Steel, W. P.; Fieldhouse, J. D.; Talbot, C. J.; Crampton, Andrew.

Braking 2004: Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control. ed. / David Barton; Andrew Blackwood. Wiley, 2004. p. 103-112 (IMechE Event Publications).

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Steel WP, Fieldhouse JD, Talbot CJ, Crampton A. In-Plane Vibration Investigations of a Noisy Disc Brake. In Barton D, Blackwood A, editors, Braking 2004: Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control. Wiley. 2004. p. 103-112. (IMechE Event Publications).