Principle of the VE Mechanism: no special parts !
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"The Potential of Electromechanical Brake Systems: Simplifying the VE EMB and Integrating it into a Safety Concept" - Presentation by Michael Putz, Vienna Engineering

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What are the major challenges in relation to electromechanical braking systems? What do you see as the main considerations regarding the implementation of new, intelligent braking systems?

To answer some of these questions Michael Putz, Head of R&D at Vienna Engineering made a presentation at IQPC's Intelligent Braking conference on the topic of: "The potential of electromechanical brake systems: Simplifying the VE EMB and integrating it into a safety concept"
Is this an area you are working in? Want to learn more? Download the presentation for free here:

http://bit.ly/Intelligent_Braking_Putz_PP

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"The Potential of Electromechanical Brake Systems: Simplifying the VE EMB and Integrating it into a Safety Concept" - Presentation by Michael Putz, Vienna Engineering

  1. 1. Principle of the VE Mechanism: no special parts ! crank crankshaft motor gear Principle: eccentric mechanism presses the pad to the disc brake actuator motor brake actuator gear wear adjuster motor (behind, not seen) wear adjuster gear wear adjustment also can be done mechanically (e.g. like drum brakes) then the whole wear adjuster assembly is not longer present “old” Gear drive: eccentric mechanism turned by gear, can be turned almost 360° two eccentrics to avoid uneven wear Earlier VE Brakes and other EMB:

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