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EB2018-BSY-002

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Naotaka Nishida, Toru Matsushima, TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION, JAPAN

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The development of hybrid and electric vehicles in recent years has contributed to the vehicle in-cabin quietness; there is further need to reduce brake noises. Especially, the brake moan, low frequency noise which is audible inside the vehicle. It is known from experience that moan is the coupling of brake and suspension modes. However, the generating mechanism has not been clarified up to now. By analysing the natural vibration modes of the brake and suspension, we found the generating mechanism and examined the noise reduction technology.

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Moan Noise Generating Mechanism And Development Of Reduction Technology, EB2018-BSY-002, EuroBrake 2018

EB2018-BSY-006

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Singh Aman, Bisht Aadhar, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

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The vehicles driving and braking performance is the major concern for the upcoming hybrid vehicles. Electronic braking and regeneration are not successful due to the dissipation of excessive amount of heat. This paper deals with an analytical model accounting for the braking in hub using electrical and mechanical system to reduce the heat dissipation and comfortable deceleration control.

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Electric Motor Hub Braking, EB2018-BSY-006, EuroBrake 2018

EB2018-BSY-008

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Wagner Daniel, Kugelmann Philipp, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lienkamp MarkusTechnische Universität München, Germany; Dr.-Ing. Semsch Martin, Continental Teves, Germany

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Electric vehicles (EVs) have the great advantage of regenerating brake energy. This allows deceleration of up to 3 m/s2 and covers approximately 85% of all brake procedures in real driving cycles. To date, a recuperative braking system is not officially part of the service brake by law since regenerating is not possible while the battery is not well conditioned or fully charged. Additionally, an electric vehicle needs to be equipped with a heavy battery to offer a competitive driving range compared to a vehicle with an internal combustion engine. The higher overall mass of EVs results in the need for a larger dimensioned conventional friction brake to satisfy todays performance criteria.


This paper analyses the potential of downsizing the friction brake by using auxiliary consumers in a feasibility study for battery-independent recuperative braking for a worst-case scenario. A vehicle model with an integrated simulated driver is used to generate the brake desire at a current performance test. The electric motor and inverters power losses themselves al-ready eliminate a part of the requested brake power. A control allocation algorithm is used to distribute the generated power to different energy sinks. It regulates the overactuated system with respect to the capabilities of the actuators. Beyond their basic power, auxiliary consumers can be overloaded for a certain period of time. A model of universal consumers considers their overload potential by evaluating the provided work to avoid overheating, and complements dynamic characteristics. Additionally, the paper considers the optional use of a battery in this system.


The objective is to analyse the potential of downsizing the friction brake by using battery-in-dependent regenerative braking.

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Battery Independent Regenerative Braking In Worst Case Scenarios, EB2018-BSY-008, EuroBrake 2018

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Presenting at this international and highly regarded conference is your opportunity to reach an influential audience of braking specialists, to share knowledge and to connect with decision-makers from leading companies around the world.

In 2018, EuroBrake moves to the World Forum in The Hague, Netherlands from 22-24 May, conveniently located 30 minutes’ drive from Schiphol Airport, one of Europe’s most connected airports.


Featuring more than 120 technical presentations and over 100 international exhibitors, EuroBrake is the world’s largest dedicated braking conference and attracts engineers, scientists and executives from the industries of passenger car, commercial vehicle, rail, aerospace and the wider industrial fields.

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EuroBrake was created in 2012 to address the profound changes in the demands made by the braking industry’s customers and end-users, and to provide a forum for companies and engineers working in the area of brake technology to come together to share ideas.


EuroBrake has grown annually in exhibitor and delegate attendee numbers and in 2017 we welcomed more than 1,000 international delegates of the highest calibre from 40 countries to Dresden, Germany.

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EuroBrake 2018

Europe’s braking technology conference & exhibition

22 May 2018 to 24 May 2018, World Forum, The Hague, Netherlands

EuroBrake 2018

Europe’s braking technology conference & exhibition

22 May 2018 to 24 May 2018, World Forum, The Hague, Netherlands