Failure Mechanisms of TGV Brake Discs

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The CRISFIS project (supported by ADEME agency) consists in jointly studying the squealing and cracking aspects of the high power disc brakes for TGV very high speed trains. This paper deals with the progress concerning the cracking part. An experimental and modelling strategy is adopted in order to better understand and predict brake disc cracking. Braking tests conducted on an industrial scale-one test bench are presented. In a first step, the influence of the pad-type on the thermal loading applied to the disc is studied by means of an infrared camera and thermocouples embedded in the pads and in the disc. In a second step, the thermal maps extracted from thermographic monitoring are used as input data for thermal-mechanical calculations. Finally, the results of modelling and tests are compared to the damage observed on the brake discs.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 345-346)

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S.W. Nam, Y.W. Chang, S.B. Lee and N.J. Kim

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697-700

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G. Degallaix et al., "Failure Mechanisms of TGV Brake Discs", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 345-346, pp. 697-700, 2007

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August 2007

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