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Thermographic Camera Use in Brake Oriented Friction Materials Tests / Użycie Kamery Termowizyjnej w Badaniach Hamulcowych Materiałów Ciernych

Published Online: 04 Dec 2015
Volume & Issue: Volume 33 (2015) - Issue 1 (September 2015)
Page range: 81 - 90
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Abstract

Friction brake temperature due to its influence on brakes’ operation is subject to many test and studies. Measurements methods of this important brake parameter are being continuously developed. In order to withstand difficulty in temperature evaluation in full brake system as well as in isolated friction pair is use of contactless measurement methods. Currently, the most widespread contactless testing method of the thermal effects is to measure infrared emission by pyrometers or thermographic (infrared) cameras. Thermal imaging method wasn’t used so far during aviation brake materials usefulness evaluation and certification testing performed in Instytut Lotnictwa Landing Gear Laboratory. In this paper, author described performed friction materials tests which were recorded with thermal imaging camera as well as evaluated usefulness of the method by comparing its accuracy to thermocouple measurement.

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