What is the effect of brake pipe and air path volume on braking performance?
Posted by Admin | 07 Mar
Automobile brake hose brake is divided into 3 types. According to the different medium, it is divided into pneumatic brake hose (air), hydraulic brake (brake fluid), vacuum brake (negative pressure).
The brake systems of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles mainly use hydraulic pressure as the transmission medium. Air brakes are commonly used on large vehicles (such as medium and heavy trucks), and vacuum brakes are mainly used on small vehicles for sensitive braking and use of engine air intake. The system may have a small vacuum pump to brake the vacuum source.
As a means of transportation and transportation, cars, especially cars, have become more and more safe, reliable, energy-saving, environmentally friendly, and streamlined. The braking system and steering system of the car are the keys to the safe and reliable driving of the car. Therefore, the automobile brake hard pipe is the key part of transmitting the braking force in the automobile braking system, and the fuel pipe is the delivery pipeline of the fuel required for the automobile to drive. The automobile brake hard pipe is made of red copper pipe and seamless steel pipe to make the automobile brake hard pipe. Although the copper pipe has the advantages of corrosion resistance and easy bending, the copper pipe has low fatigue resistance, easy to break, and easy to explode.
The influence of brake pipe length, volume and clearance volume on braking performance and methods to improve braking performance are studied. Clearance volume, brake pipe length and pipe volume have certain influence on braking performance, but pipe volume The degree of influence is small. Reasonable arrangement of the position of the air reservoir, optimization of the position of the brake pipeline and brake valve, and the use of an adaptive dynamic load braking system or an auxiliary system are effective methods to improve the braking performance of the vehicle.