The EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

Tuesday

25

August 2020

Introducing the EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

The 2020 EuroBrake digital technical programme brings to you the latest braking and friction technology developments with over 30 full papers, 25 presentations and 10 posters in four tracks: Materials, Components and Manufacturing; Fundamentals of Braking Technology; Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH; and Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts. Titles and abstracts are available to browse freely. Access to download the papers and view presentations requires paid registration. As FISITA develops the system, registered users will be able to contact each other, and comments and questions on papers will be possible.

Materials, Components and Manufacturing

Eleven published submissions including seven papers, two oral, one paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Ansys, Brembo, Continental, Erdrich, Ford, Frasle, Hitachi Chemical, Keronite, and Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Fundamentals of Braking Technology

Thirteen published submissions including two papers, two oral, two posters, five paper and presentation, and two paper and poster with presenting authors from iGloble, Southwest Jiaotong University, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, Toho Titanium, Toyota, University of Leeds, University of Lille, and University of Ljubljana.

Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH

Thirteen published submissions including four papers, four oral, four paper and presentation and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, BMW, Brembo, Daimler Truck, Graz University of Technology, Horiba, Ricardo, SIU Carbondale, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, TU Darmstadt, and University of Maribor.

Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts

Ten published submissions including four papers, one oral, four paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, Brembo, Erdrich, Ford Otosan, Fraunhofer ILT, Haldex, Nio, Politecnico di Torino, University of Bergamo, University of Leeds.

Introducing the EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

The 2020 EuroBrake digital technical programme brings to you the latest braking and friction technology developments with over 30 full papers, 25 presentations and 10 posters in four tracks: Materials, Components and Manufacturing; Fundamentals of Braking Technology; Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH; and Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts. Titles and abstracts are available to browse freely. Access to download the papers and view presentations requires paid registration. As FISITA develops the system, registered users will be able to contact each other, and comments and questions on papers will be possible.

Materials, Components and Manufacturing

Eleven published submissions including seven papers, two oral, one paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Ansys, Brembo, Continental, Erdrich, Ford, Frasle, Hitachi Chemical, Keronite, and Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Fundamentals of Braking Technology

Thirteen published submissions including two papers, two oral, two posters, five paper and presentation, and two paper and poster with presenting authors from iGloble, Southwest Jiaotong University, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, Toho Titanium, Toyota, University of Leeds, University of Lille, and University of Ljubljana.

Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH

Thirteen published submissions including four papers, four oral, four paper and presentation and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, BMW, Brembo, Daimler Truck, Graz University of Technology, Horiba, Ricardo, SIU Carbondale, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, TU Darmstadt, and University of Maribor.

Visit the 2020 Digital technical programme

Visit the 2020 Digital technical programme

The EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

Tuesday

25

August 2020

Introducing the EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

The 2020 EuroBrake digital technical programme brings to you the latest braking and friction technology developments with over 30 full papers, 25 presentations and 10 posters in four tracks: Materials, Components and Manufacturing; Fundamentals of Braking Technology; Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH; and Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts. Titles and abstracts are available to browse freely. Access to download the papers and view presentations requires paid registration. As FISITA develops the system, registered users will be able to contact each other, and comments and questions on papers will be possible.

Materials, Components and Manufacturing

Eleven published submissions including seven papers, two oral, one paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Ansys, Brembo, Continental, Erdrich, Ford, Frasle, Hitachi Chemical, Keronite, and Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Fundamentals of Braking Technology

Thirteen published submissions including two papers, two oral, two posters, five paper and presentation, and two paper and poster with presenting authors from iGloble, Southwest Jiaotong University, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, Toho Titanium, Toyota, University of Leeds, University of Lille, and University of Ljubljana.

Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH

Thirteen published submissions including four papers, four oral, four paper and presentation and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, BMW, Brembo, Daimler Truck, Graz University of Technology, Horiba, Ricardo, SIU Carbondale, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, TU Darmstadt, and University of Maribor.

Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts

Ten published submissions including four papers, one oral, four paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, Brembo, Erdrich, Ford Otosan, Fraunhofer ILT, Haldex, Nio, Politecnico di Torino, University of Bergamo, University of Leeds.

The EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

Tuesday

25

August 2020

Introducing the EuroBrake 2020 Technical Programme

The 2020 EuroBrake digital technical programme brings to you the latest braking and friction technology developments with over 30 full papers, 25 presentations and 10 posters in four tracks: Materials, Components and Manufacturing; Fundamentals of Braking Technology; Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH; and Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts. Titles and abstracts are available to browse freely. Access to download the papers and view presentations requires paid registration. As FISITA develops the system, registered users will be able to contact each other, and comments and questions on papers will be possible.

Materials, Components and Manufacturing

Eleven published submissions including seven papers, two oral, one paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Ansys, Brembo, Continental, Erdrich, Ford, Frasle, Hitachi Chemical, Keronite, and Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Fundamentals of Braking Technology

Thirteen published submissions including two papers, two oral, two posters, five paper and presentation, and two paper and poster with presenting authors from iGloble, Southwest Jiaotong University, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, Toho Titanium, Toyota, University of Leeds, University of Lille, and University of Ljubljana.

Environmental Effects including Brake Emissions and NVH

Thirteen published submissions including four papers, four oral, four paper and presentation and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, BMW, Brembo, Daimler Truck, Graz University of Technology, Horiba, Ricardo, SIU Carbondale, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Technische Universität Ilmenau, TMD Friction Holdings, TU Darmstadt, and University of Maribor.

Braking Systems: Emerging Vehicle Concepts

Ten published submissions including four papers, one oral, four paper and presentation, and one paper and poster with presenting authors from Applus Idiada, Brembo, Erdrich, Ford Otosan, Fraunhofer ILT, Haldex, Nio, Politecnico di Torino, University of Bergamo, University of Leeds.

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