Dynamic brake characteristics of disc brake during emergency braking of the kilometer deep coal mine hoist

Dynamic brake characteristics of disc brake during emergency braking of the kilometer deep coal mine hoist were investigated in the present study. The theoretical model of dynamic brake torque of disc brake during emergency braking was given to explore dynamic brake torque properties of disc brake. The three-dimensional thermo-mechanical coupled finite element model of brake disc–brake shoe was established to explore thermo-mechanical characteristics of disc brake during emergency braking. Effects of effective mass, hoisting acceleration and deceleration, and maximum hoisting speed on dynamic brake torques, equivalent von Mises stress, and temperature fields of disc brake during emergency braking were presented. The results show that the evolutions of brake torque, equivalent stress, and temperature of disc brake present fluctuating characteristics. The dynamic brake torque shows the largest change amplitude during emergency braking in the hoisting stage of constant speed. The largest equivalent stress and temperature are both located near the third brake shoe along the rotational direction at each side. An increase in effective mass causes overall decreases in the peak values of brake torque, equivalent stress, and temperature during emergency braking. Increases in hoisting acceleration/deceleration and maximum hoisting speed cause the increases in the maximum equivalent stress and temperature during emergency braking as compared to the slight decrease in the maximum brake torque.

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  • Accession Number: 01748603
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 6 2020 3:39PM