Automatic Brake Failure Detection with Auxiliary Braking System
Avirat Kshar
Braking, Safety, System
The need for the innovative ideas in the automobile sector is highly demanded. Nowadays accidents are increasing, so safety has acquired a priority. Improper usage of brakes is also one of the problems for accident. The projected idea is to improve the safety parameters regarding to brakes. Sudden recognition of any object in front panics the driver and at situation, even skilled drivers fail to use brakes correctly and this leads to accidents. Taking the driver reaction time into account we developed a working model of Automatic Failure Detection along with the Auxiliary Braking System with which the safety of driver and reduction in accidents can be achieved easily and simultaneously add to the increase in safety of the vehicle. In the system incorporated if the primary braking system brake fails to operate, the secondary braking system can be successfully brought into use with nominal efforts. The entire system is developed taking into consideration the human tendencies, minimum efforts and efficient use of the entire braking system. The system consists of a very few components and requires least amount of space. A buzzer is used to give the indication to the driver in the form of sound and simultaneously alternative braking system start their working with the help of microcontroller unit and apply the secondary brakes. This system is highly cost effective and efficient in purposes in Automobile Industry
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Unique Paper ID: 146302

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 12

Page(s): 236 - 240
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