WLTP-based Real-World Brake Wear Cycle

Published: 26 July 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dkp376g3m8.1
Marcel Mathissen,
Jaroslaw Grochowicz,
Christian Schmidt,
Rainer Vogt,
Ferdinand Farwick zum Hagen,
Tomasz Grabiec,
Heinz Steven,
Theodoros (Theo) Grigoratos


WLTP based brake wear cycle including: Second-by-second data of the speed/time trace. Location and duration of trip breaks. Cycle edges: Since the cycle is rectified there are only certain points needed to reproduce the cycle. These data points that build up the speed/time trace are listed here. Stop overview: Each of the 303 stops is listed with indiviudal stop nr., start time within the cycle (without any trip breaks), initial and final velocity as well as brake duration and deceleration.


Steps to reproduce

In the cited reference paper (to be added) we used the following method to reproduce the cycle: The cycle was driven time-controlled. The cycle is divided into 10 trips which are separated by a trip break of 12 - 900 minutes duration. The following trip starts if either the disc temperature reaches ambient temperatures (<30 °C) OR the trip soak time was elapsed.


Wear Testing, Particle Measurement, Brakes, Aerosol Measurement