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  • A concept for reducing PM 10 emissions for car brakes by 50%

    • G. Perricone
    • V. Matějka
    • M. Alemani
    • G. Valota
    • A. Bonfanti
    • A. Ciotti
    • U. Olofsson
    • A. Söderberg
    • J. Wahlström
    • O. Nosko... i 3 innych

    - WEAR - Rok 2018

    With regard to airborne particles with an aerodynamic diameter of less than 10 μm (PM10), in countries in the European Union, the mass of brake emissions equals approximately 8–27% of the total traffic-related emissions. Using a research methodology combining tests at different scale levels with contact mechanics simulations and PM10 chemical characterization, the REBRAKE EU-financed project had the following aims: i) to demonstrate...

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  • A Study on Emission of Airborne Wear Particles from Car Brake Friction Pairs

    • M. Alemani
    • O. Nosko
    • I. Metinoz
    • U. Olofsson

    - SAE International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing - Rok 2016

    The emission of airborne wear particles from friction material / cast iron pairs used in car brakes was investigated, paying special attention to the influence of temperature. Five low-metallic materials and one non-asbestos organic material were tested using a pin-on-disc machine. The machine was placed in a sealed chamber to allow airborne particle collection. The concentration and size distribution of 0.0056 to 10 μm particles...

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  • Emission of 1.3–10 nm airborne particles from brake materials


    Operation of transport vehicle brakes makes a significant contribution to airborne particulate matter in urban areas, which is subject of numerous studies due to the environmental concerns. We investigated the presence and number fractions of 1.3–10 nm airborne particles emitted from a low-metallic car brake material (LM), a non-asbestos organic car brake material (NAO) and a train brake cast iron against a cast iron. Particles...

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