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Prof. K.Gopinath & Prof. M.M.Mayuram

Drum Brakes

Among the various types of devices to be studied, based on their practical use, the discussion will be limited to “Drum brakes” of the following types which are mainly used in automotive vehicles and cranes and elevators.

**Drum Brake Types:
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• Rim types with internal expanding shoes • Rim types with external contracting shoes

**Internal expanding Shoe
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The rim type internal expanding shoe is widely used for braking systems in automotive applications and is generally referred as internal shoe drum brake. The basic approach applied for its analysis is known as long-rigid shoe brake analysis.

Long –rigid Shoe Analysis

• A schematic sketch of a single shoe located inside a rotating drum with relevant notations, is shown in the figure below. In this analysis, the pressure at any point is assumed to be proportional to the vertical distance from the hinge pin, the vertical distance from the hinge pin, which in this case is proportional to sine of the angle and thus,

p ∝ d sin θ ∝ sin θ

Since the distance d is constant, the normal pressure at any point is just proportional to sinΘ. Call this constant of proportionality as K

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Gopinath & Prof.Mayuram Figure 3.Machine Design II Prof.M. K.1.4 Thus p = K sin θ It the maximum allowable pressure for the lining material is pmax then the constant K can be defined as K= p max p = sin θ sin θmax Indian Institute of Technology Madras . M.

Gopinath & Prof.d. the moment equilibrium about the pivot point is applied.b.r.p.• By integrating these over the shoe length in terms of its angle the braking torque T.dθ ( r − d sin θ ) p max sin θ ( r − d sin θ ) dθ sin θmax = ∫ f .sin θ.r.Mayuram p= p max sin θ sin θmax • The normal force dN is computed as the product of pressure and area and the frictional force as the product of normal force and frictional coefficient i.r. θ2 p max sin 2 θdθ sin θ p b. and other brake parameters are computed.e. From the figure it is clear that the moment arm in this case is equal to d sin Θ where d is the distance between the drum center and pivot center MN = θ1 θ2 θ1 ∫ p. θ2 Indian Institute of Technology Madras . Moment of the normal force is equal to the normal force times its moment arm about the pivot point. f dN.d sin θ = ∫ b.dθ θ2 θ1 = ∫ b.M.r ⎡ 1 1 ⎤ θ2 − θ1 − (sin 2θ2 − sin 2θ1 ) ⎥ M N = max ⎢ sin θa ⎣ 2 4 ⎦ On similar lines the moment of friction force is computed MF = θ1 ( ) θ2 θ1 ∫ f . For this we need to determine the moment of the normal force MN and moment of the frictional force about the pivot point.r. K.d.b. To determine the actuating force F.dθ.Machine Design II Prof. M.p.b.d.r.

p max.r.r.r.sin θ = θ2 θ1 ∫ b. The sign depends upon the direction of drum rotation. sin θ cos θdθ + f ∫ b. The reaction forces are determined by applying force summation and equilibrium R x = ∫ dN.Machine Design II Prof. (.b r sin θmax 1 1 ⎛ 1 ⎡1 ⎞ ⎤ 2 2 ⎜ 2 ⎢ 2 (θ2 − θ1 ) − 4 sin 2θ2 − sin 2θ1 ⎥ ± f 2 sin θ2 − sin θ1 ⎟ ⎦ ⎝ ⎣ ⎠ ( ) ( ) The equations can be simplified and put as Rx = Ry = sin θa pa br (A ∓ fB) sin θa pa br (B ± fA) − Fx Indian Institute of Technology Madras . b.M. • MN and Mf are the moment of the normal and frictional forces respectively. K.p sin θdθ θ = = θ2 θ1 ∫ 2 p max p b.p cos θdθ + f θ2 θ1 ∫ b. Summing the moment about point O gives F= M N ± Mf c where.r ⎡ d ⎤ −r cos θ2 − cos θ1 − sin 2 θ2 − sin 2 θ1 ⎥ ⎢ sin θa ⎣ 2 ⎦ ( ) ( ) The actuating force F is determined by the summation of the moments of normal and frictional forces about the hinge pin and equating it to zero.Gopinath & Prof.Mayuram Mf = f.cos θ + ∫ dF.r. about the shoe pivot point.sign for self energizing and + sign for non self energizing shoe)Where the lower sigh is for a self energizing shoe and the upper one for a self deenergizing shoe. M. max sin 2 θdθ sin θmax sin θmax θ 1 p max.

• If both the shoes are arranged such that both are leading shoes in which self energizing are prevailing. brake minimize Two unit. the shoes being combined to cover complete area practical and to maximum unbalanced forces on the drum.dN times the radius of the drum and resulting equation is.Mayuram Where A= 1 sin 2 θ2 − sin 2 θ1 2 ( ) B= 1 ⎡1 1⎛ ⎞⎤ ⎢ (θ − θ ) − ⎜ sin 2θ − sin 2θ ⎟ ⎥ 2 ⎣2 2 1 4 ⎝ 2 1 ⎠⎦ The braking torque T on the drum by the shoe is of the frictional forces f.r.M. Indian Institute of Technology Madras . K. M.Gopinath & Prof.b. then all the other parameters will remain same and the total braking torque on the drum will be twice the value obtained in the analysis.Machine Design II Prof.dθ.p.r sin θmax p max sin θdθ = ∫ fbr 2 T= T fdpa r 2 (cos θ1 − cos θ2 ) sin θa Double Shoe Brakes Twin Shoe Brakes Behavior such two of a are used single shoe has into been a discussed at length. shaft and bearings. T= θ1 θ1 θ1 θ1 ∫ f .

M. • Thus this type of arrangement will be equally effective for either direction of drum rotation.5 Two Leading shoe However the total braking torque will not be the twice the value of a single shoe.Mayuram • However in most practical applications the shoes are arranged such that one will be leading and the other will be trailing for a given direction of drum rotation • If the direction of drum rotation changes then the leading shoe will become trailing and vice versa. K. if the same normal force is applied or created at the point of force application on both the brake shoes which is the normal practice as they are actuated using a common cam or hydraulic cylinder. M.Gopinath & Prof.1. Indian Institute of Technology Madras .Machine Design II Prof. Further the shoes can be operated upon using a single cam or hydraulic cylinder thus provide for ease of operation One leading shoe & one trailing Figure 3.

6 Indian Institute of Technology Madras .r 2 . there by reducing its actual value as in most applications the same normal force is applied or created at the point of force application on the brake shoe as noted above • Consequently we may write the actual or effective pressure prevailing on a trailing shoe ⎡ ⎤ F.1. M.Mayuram • This is because the effective contact pressure (force) on the trailing shoe will not be the same.a p'a = pa .M.Machine Design II Prof. a (cos θ1 . as the moment of the friction force opposes the normal force. ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ⎣ (M n + M f ) ⎦ Resulting equation for the braking torque p TB = f . K.cos θ2 )(pa + pa ') sin θa Some pictorial illustrations of the automotive drum brakes are presented below Figure 3.Gopinath & Prof.w.

K.7 Oblong Cam Actuator Leading shoe Trailing shoe Rotating Drum Pivot point(Fixed axis) The anatomy of the single leading shoe drum Brake Animation Indian Institute of Technology Madras .Mayuram Figure 3.1. M.M.Machine Design II Prof.Gopinath & Prof.

1.Mayuram Figure 3. Indian Institute of Technology Madras .Machine Design II Prof.M. typically used in elevators and cranes. A schematic sketch of as single shoe located external to the rotating drum is with all relevant notations is shown in the figure below.Gopinath & Prof. M. K.9 External Contracting Shoe • The same analysis can be extended to a drum brake with external contracting type of shoes.

1.Mayuram X Figure 3. M.M.11 • Corresponding contact geometry is shown in the figure • The resulting equations for moment of normal and frictional force as well as the actuating force and braking torque are same as seen earlier.Machine Design II Prof.Gopinath & Prof. K. • For convenience they are reproduced here again fbp r 2 cos θ − cos θ a 1 2 T= sin θ a F= M N ± Mf c ( ) p bra ⎡ 1 1 ⎤ MN = a θ2 − θ1 − (sin 2θ2 − sin 2θ1 ) ⎥ ⎢ sin θa ⎣ 2 4 ⎦ ( ) Indian Institute of Technology Madras .

Gopinath & Prof.r 2 .M. i.e p TB = f . M.w. K.cos θ2 )(pa + pa ') sin θa Indian Institute of Technology Madras .Machine Design II Prof. for the double shoe brake the braking torque for one leading and one trailing shoe acted upon a common cam or actuating force the torque equation developed earlier can be applied.Mayuram Mf = fpa br sin θa d ⎡ ⎤ r cos θ1 − cos θ2 − (sin 2 θ2 − sin 2 θ1 ) ⎥ ⎢ 2 ⎣ ⎦ ( ) TWIN SHOE BRAKES As noted earlier for the internal expanding shoes. a (cos θ1 .

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