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ASU Racing Team Brake System Development

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Brake System developed by ASURT introduced in MATLAB & Simulink Racing Lounge


Updated 02 Oct 2015

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* This submission contains a model of the brake system developed by Ain Shams University Racing Team in 2014 within the events of Formula Student Silver stone race track in the UK .
The model contains:-
1- Extensive Volumetric Analysis (Master Cylinder-Brake Line - Brake Hose - Adjusting Limiter Valve "TCM" - Caliper).
2- Stick-Slip Model between the tire and the ground taking into consideration the elastic properties of the tire.
3- Data Acquisition of some data such friction stresses for FEA analysis.
4- Vehicle Dynamic Analysis of the vehicle performance taking into consideration the elastic properties of the vehicle.

* Full Visual Illustration of the model will be presented at MATLAB and Simulink Racing Lounge

* Full Written Documented Illustration of the model was presented at SAE Brake Colloquium & Exhibition - 32nd Annual
Barakat, M., "ASURT Formula Student Brake Design," SAE Int. J. Passeng. Cars - Mech. Syst. 7(4):1274-1286, 2014, doi:10.4271/2014-01-2487.
1- SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Mechanical Systems - V123-6EJ
2- SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Mechanical Systems - V123-6

* Please follow the upcoming steps, so you would have a running model:-
1- Run "ASURT_2014_Brake_System.m" till a message appears on the command window, that indicates successful run of the initial conditions.
2- Run "ASURT_2014_BrakeSystem.slx".
3- Open the red colored scopes, because they represent the most important dynamic features of the system.
4- Enjoy interpreting the results ;)

Comments and Ratings (2)

Shiwei Xu

It's so nice,good!

Shiwei Xu

very good!



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