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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 03)
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Dynamics Models of Interacting Torques of Hydrodynamic Retarder Braking Process

Wenhao Shen, Changyou Li and Senwen Zhang
Corresponding Author:  Wenhao Shen 

Key words:  Brake systems, dimensionless characteristics, hydrodynamic retarder, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (03): 905-908
Submitted Accepted Published
June 19, 2012 July 18, 2012 January 21, 2013
Abstract:

Hydrodynamic retarder is a kind of assist braking device, which can transfer the vehicle kinetic energy into the heat energy of working medium. There are complicated three-dimensional viscous incompressible turbulent flows in hydrodynamic retarder, so that it is difficult to represent the parameters changing phenomenon and investigate the interactional law. In order to develop a kind of reliable theoretical model for internal flow field, in this study, the dynamics models of interacting torques between impellers and working fluid were constructed based on braking energy transfer principle by using Euler theory to describe the flow state in view of time scale. The model can truly represent the dynamic braking process.
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Wenhao Shen, Changyou Li and Senwen Zhang, 2013. Dynamics Models of Interacting Torques of Hydrodynamic Retarder Braking Process.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(03): 905-908.
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