Clutches and Brakes - Design and Selection by William C. Orthwein

By William C. Orthwein

Comfortably amassing a variety of formulation, analytical equipment, and graphs for the layout and choice of a wide selection of brakes and clutches within the automobile, airplane, farming, and production industries, this useful reference simplifies calculations, acquaints engineers with an expansive variety of purposes, and assists within the choice of parameters for particular layout demanding situations.

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The material whose may fall within the cross-hatched regions in Figure 4 may operate at a pressure no greater that 1379 kPa (200 psi) and a temperature no greater than 260jC (500jF) when in either a wet (oil) or a dry environment. This lining material may be used for band brakes and band clutches that work against steel or cast iron surfaces, as recommended by the manufacturer [8]. C. 61. These friction materials may operate either dry or wet (oil) and find applications from tension control in manufacturing processes through overhead cranes, hoists, and industrial brakes and clutches and in farm and garden tractors.

New York: Wiley, pp. 188–221. Copyright © 2004 Marcel Dekker, Inc. 2 Band Brakes Band brakes are simpler and less expensive than most other braking devices, with shoe brakes, as perhaps their nearest rival. Because of their simplicity, they may be produced easily by most equipment manufacturers without having to purchase special equipment and without having to use foundry or forging facilities. Only the lining must be purchased from outside sources. Band brakes are used in many applications such as in automatic transmissions (Figure 1) and as backstops (Figure 5—devices designed to prevent reversal of rotation), for bucket conveyors, hoists, and similar equipment.

Encyclopedia of Composite Materials and Components. New York: Wiley, pp. 188–221. Copyright © 2004 Marcel Dekker, Inc. 2 Band Brakes Band brakes are simpler and less expensive than most other braking devices, with shoe brakes, as perhaps their nearest rival. Because of their simplicity, they may be produced easily by most equipment manufacturers without having to purchase special equipment and without having to use foundry or forging facilities. Only the lining must be purchased from outside sources.

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