[SystemSafety] Recent over-the-air update improved the car’s braking
Robert P. Schaefer
rps at mit.edu
Thu May 31 14:27:45 CEST 2018
>From a long time fan of Car and Driver magazine: every improvement in performace in specific has a consequence of the car as a system in context.
For example increasing horsepower may reduce the lifespan of the motor or increase likelyhood of breaking the transmission.
In this case, improving brake performance has an effect on wear of pad, rotors and heating of brake fluid.
How many hard braking events over what period of time before the pads wear out, the rotors warp, or the brake fluid overheats?
> On May 31, 2018, at 7:24 AM, Derek M Jones <derek at knosof.co.uk> wrote:
>> What specific objectives should such testing have? How much and what
>> sort of testing would deliver the required evidence that the objectives
>> had been achieved?
> Not being in the field, I have no idea.
> But I like the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from dealing with people
> who test stuff before releasing it, rather than fiddling with it to
> get a good revue.
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