How car brakes work
The working principle of the brake is mainly from friction. Using the friction between the brake pad and the brake disc (drum) and the tire and the ground, the kinetic energy of the vehicle is converted into the heat after the friction, and the car is stopped. A good and efficient brake system must provide stable, adequate, controllable braking force, and good hydraulic transmission and heat dissipation to ensure that the driver's force from the brake pedal can be effectively and efficiently transmitted to the master cylinder. And each sub-pump, and to avoid hydraulic failure and brake degeneration caused by high heat.