Definition of Brake lining
1. Noun. The lining on the brake shoes that comes in contact with the brake drum.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Brake Lining
Literary usage of Brake lining
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1920)
"To remove grease, first remove wheel, then inspect brake lining and see if ... If brake lining is badly worn down so far that fabric lining is too thin to ..."
2. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1916)
"The brake shoes were formerly, for some time, lined with leather, but after very exhaustive tests of a number of different brake lining materials, ..."
3. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1921)
"When a brake lining is worn, the proceeding is much the same as with a clutch leather, with the exception that whereas the latter ..."
4. Live Articles on Special Hazards: A Series of Articles Reprinted from the (1921)
"REPORT IN DETAIL A fire occurred December 9, 1920, which was caused by an explosion inside a machine for impregnating and drying asbestos brake lining for ..."
5. Automobile Construction and Repair: A Practical Guide to the Design by Morris Albert Hall (1918)
"A IP . , 0 on Internal-Expanding Brakes number of suggestions are offered for this form, the most important of which is: "Renew worn brake lining and broken ..."
6. Dyke's Automobile Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1911)
"The Ideal brake lining then is one in which the co-efficient of friction is ... And Asbestos is the only material to-day of which such a brake lining can be ..."
7. Automobile Repairing Made Easy, Shop Methods, Equipment, Processes: A by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1918)
"Turn the screw E until the part of the brake lining ;e it is brought as close to the inner surface of the brake is possible without touching it. ..."