This issue of Qiwei Auto Parts will introduce you to the relevant knowledge of the brake system of the vehicle, I hope it will be helpful to you, if you are interested, let's read it together!
The working principle of the brake is friction. The friction between the brake pads and the brake disc and the tires and the ground is used to convert the kinetic energy of the vehicle into frictional heat energy to stop the car.
When a car is driving on the road, it is unavoidable to brake. Car brake pads are generally composed of steel backing, adhesive insulation and friction materials. The friction block is composed of friction material and adhesive. When braking, it is squeezed on the brake disc or brake drum to produce friction, so as to achieve the purpose of vehicle deceleration and braking. Due to friction, the friction block will gradually be worn out. Generally speaking, the lower the cost, the faster the brake pad wears. The brake pads should be replaced in time after the friction material is used, otherwise the steel back and the brake disc will directly contact, resulting in loss of braking effect and damage to the brake disc. The following car brake pad manufacturers take you to understand the car's brake system.
Do you know the brake system of the vehicle?
The working principle of the brake is friction. The friction between the brake pads and the brake disc and the tires and the ground is used to convert the kinetic energy of the vehicle into frictional heat energy to stop the car. A good and efficient brake system must provide stable, sufficient and controllable braking force, and have good hydraulic transmission and heat dissipation capabilities to ensure that the force exerted by the driver from the brake pedal can be fully and effectively transmitted to the master cylinder And each sub-cylinder, and to avoid hydraulic failure and brake degradation caused by high heat. The brake system on the car is divided into two categories: disc and drum, but apart from the cost advantage, drum brakes are far less efficient than disc brakes.