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Influence of Binder on Thermomechanical and Tribological Performance in Brake Pad
Tribology in Industry
A B S T R A C T The type of binder and its fraction in the brake pad material formulation plays a vital role in fulfilling the key requirements of friction materials (FMs). Three set of brake pads were fabricated with 10, 12 and 14 weight percentage (wt%) of Epoxy-Modified novalac Phenolic (EMP) resin and designated as DB10, DB12, and DB14 respectively. The characterization of resin and composites were done using standard techniques. The tribological tests were carried out on an Inertia Brakedoi:10.24874/ti.2018.40.04.12 fatcat:qlqitr5n6faelfgdt23d5radcm