Tire Wear and Pollutants: An Overview of Research

Authors

  • Alfonse Ly Department of Automotive and Mechatronics Engineering, Ontario Tech University, Canada
  • Zeinab El-Sayegh Department of Automotive and Mechatronics Engineering, Ontario Tech University, Canada

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47852/bonviewAAES32021329

Keywords:

tire, wear, experimental, theoretical, modeling, tire road and wear particles, emissions, particles

Abstract

Tire Road and Wear Particles are a major source of microplastic emissions. Tire and Road Wear Particles are important to study and understand as there are alarming amounts found in various environments. Currently, Tire and Road Wear Particles compared to other microplastics are not studied as rigorously in literature but are becoming a larger field of study due to their impact on emissions control. Tire Road and Wear Particles are commonly found as Styrene Butadiene Rubber Butadiene Rubber, and Natural Rubber To understand and quantify tire wear, experimental and mathematical models are developed to estimate tire wear. Tire wear can be measured experimentally using semi-empirical models, predetermined data, and sensor technologies. Tire wear is also measured mathematically using different modeling approaches and different friction models.  This review discusses different and popular methodologies for estimating tire wear through experimental and simulated environments. Furthermore, discusses a review of the literature regarding tire wear emissions and its impact on the environment. Finally, it is evident that an accurate simulated tire wear model can be developed in the future alongside a driver model to predict tire wear emissions.

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Published

2023-08-11

How to Cite

Ly, A., & El-Sayegh, Z. (2023). Tire Wear and Pollutants: An Overview of Research. Archives of Advanced Engineering Science, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.47852/bonviewAAES32021329

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Section

Review
Received 2023-07-06
Accepted 2023-08-10
Published 2023-08-11