Proceeding of

1st Int. Conf. on Recent Trends & Research in Engineering and Science


21-23 March, 2015


Organized By

Padm. Dr. V. B. Kolte College of Engineering & Polytechnic, Malkapur



A Special Issue of

Indian Research Transaction (EISSN:2250-0804)


Advisory Committee

Dr. G. R. Bamnote

(Dean, Faculty of Engg, SGBAU Amravati)


Dr. B. E. Narkhede

(Vice President IIIE, Mumbai)


Dr. Md. Mamun Habib

(University Utara Malaysia (UUM, Malaysia)


Dr. C. R. Patil

(Prof. PRMIT&R Badnera, Amravati)


Dr. T. R. Deshmukh

(Prof. PRMIT&R Badnera, Amravati)


Dr. W. Z. Gandhare

(Principal, Govt. College of Engineering Amravati)


Dr. D. N. Kyatanavar

(Principal, SRESCOE Kopargaon)


Dr. U. Pendharkar

(Professor, Government Engineering College, Ujjain)


Dr. Ajit Thete

(Director, Centre for Development of Leadership in    Education Pvt Ltd, Aurangabad)


Technical Committee

Dr. M. T. Datar

Dr. S. K. Garg

Dr. Shrikaant Kulkarni

Shri. D. N. Patil

Dr. A. W. Kolte

Prof. Ajitabh Pateriya

Prof. P. K. Patil

Prof. S.N. Khachane

Prof. Parag Chourey

Prof. B.K.Chaudhari

Prof. N.A. Kharche

Prof. R.M. Choudhari

Prof. R. B. Pandhare

Prof. A.P. Jadhao

Prof. S.B. Jadhav

Prof. Santosh Raikar

Prof. Y.P. Sushir

Prof. B. M. Tayde



Prof. K. H. Walse


Research Publications, India



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Analysis of various brake lining Material used for Disc Brake of Bajaj Pulsar 150CC by using FEA

Mr. V.A.Nehete and Prof. R.B.Barjibhe


Vehicle braking system is considered as one of the most fundamental safety-critical systems in modern vehicles as its main purpose is to stop or decelerate the vehicle. The frictional heat generated during braking application can cause numerous negative effects on the brake assembly such as brake fade, premature wear, thermal cracks and Disc Thickness Variation (DTV). Brake pads are important parts of braking system for all types of vehicles that are equipped with disc brake. Brake pads are steel backing plates with friction material bound to the surface facing the brake disc. The brake pads generally consist of asbestos fibers embedded in polymeric matrix along with several other ingredients. The use of asbestos fibre has been avoided due to its carcinogenic nature. A new asbestos free friction material and brake pads has been developed. It is envisioned that future developments in the trend of brake friction materials will closely mimic the current trends of the automotive industry. One of the major differences between drum brakes and disc brakes is that drum brakes tend to be enclosed where disc brakes tend to be exposed to the environment. So there is need to develop the new friction material.

2015 International Journal of Computer Science and Applications 

Published by Research Publications, India