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In-depth analysis of bicycle hydraulic disc brakes.

Author: Oliver Maier; Benedikt Györfi; Jürgen Wrede; Timo Arnold; Alessandro Moia
Publisher: [Oxford, England?] : Elsevier Ltd, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Downloadable article : Document   Computer File : English
Publication:Mechanical systems and signal processing
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Highlights: Generic simulation model of hydraulic disc brakes on bicycles. Comprehensive parameter research. Modular test bench for model validation and further research. Identification of most influencing factors on transmission behavior. Abstract: Hydraulic Disc Brakes (HDBs) represent the most recent and innovative bicycle braking system. Especially Electric Bicycles (EBs), which are becoming more and more  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Article, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Maier; Benedikt Györfi; Jürgen Wrede; Timo Arnold; Alessandro Moia
ISSN:0888-3270
OCLC Number: 1052085770
Notes: In: Mechanical systems and signal processing, Vol. 95, no. (2017), p.310-323.
Description: 1 online resource

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Highlights: Generic simulation model of hydraulic disc brakes on bicycles. Comprehensive parameter research. Modular test bench for model validation and further research. Identification of most influencing factors on transmission behavior. Abstract: Hydraulic Disc Brakes (HDBs) represent the most recent and innovative bicycle braking system. Especially Electric Bicycles (EBs), which are becoming more and more popular, are equipped with this powerful, unaffected by environmental influences, and low-wear type of brakes. As a consequence of the high braking performance, typical bicycle braking errors lead to more serious accidents. This is the starting point for the development of a Braking Dynamics Assistance system (BDA) to prevent front wheel lockup and nose-over (falling over the handlebars). One of the essential prerequisites for the system design is a better understanding of bicycle HDBs' characteristics. A physical simulation model and a test bench have been built for this purpose. The results of the virtual and real experiments conducted show a high correlation and allow valuable insights into HDBs on bicycles, which have not been studied scientifically in any depth so far.

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