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Optimized Design of Braking System in FSAE Racers

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DOI: 10.23977/jemm.2022.070108 | Downloads: 86 | Views: 1190


Wenyuan Chen 1, Dongkai Jia 1, Siqi Huang 1


1 School of Mechanical & Power Engineering, Harbin University of Science and Technology, number 52 XueFu Drive, Harbin, China

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Wenyuan Chen


On the basis of meeting the rules of the competition, in order to improve the brak-ing performance of the FSAE racing car, we have given an optimization scheme for design-ing the braking system of the car. We first use MATLAB to solve the design parameters of the braking system and select the dimensions with reference to relevant standards. Then three-dimensional modeling of key components is carried out through CATIA.


FSAE, Braking System, Optimized Design


Wenyuan Chen, Dongkai Jia, Siqi Huang, Optimized Design of Braking System in FSAE Racers. Journal of Engineering Mechanics and Machinery (2022) Vol. 7: 62-74. DOI:


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