A Review of patents in tyre cooling

Netscher, Nicholas W., Aminossadati, Saiied M. and Hooman, Kamel (2008) A Review of patents in tyre cooling. Recent Patents on Engineering, 2 2: 87-94.

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Author Netscher, Nicholas W.
Aminossadati, Saiied M.
Hooman, Kamel
Title A Review of patents in tyre cooling
Journal name Recent Patents on Engineering   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1872-2121
2212-4047
Publication date 2008-06-19
Year available 2008
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
DOI 10.2174/187221208784705233
Volume 2
Issue 2
Start page 87
End page 94
Total pages 8
Editor Khusrshid Zaman
Place of publication Bussum, The Netherlands
Publisher Bentham Science Publishers
Language eng
Subject 290500 Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
290501 Mechanical Engineering
290401 Automotive Engineering
291104 Environmental Technologies
Abstract A number of patents on tyre cooling have been reviewed with a focus on those which can be applied to earthmoving tyres for the mining industry. The mechanisms of heat transfer within the tyre carcass are introduced as well as the basic tyre structure and effects of overheating on tyre operation. The tyre cooling patents are separated into five functional groups and reviews are made based on practicality and potential for significant heat transfer. This analysis has made it evident that potential cooling effectiveness is often compromised by practicality of an invention. The patents deemed to have the most potential for cooling are those which incorporate a working fluid which undergoes a phase change to transfer heat between different regions of the wheel assembly. Finally, these inventions are also related to current research projects which aim to develop a new cooling technique and extend the working life of earthmoving tyres.
Keyword Tyre cooling
Heat dissipation
Rotating heat pipes
Air circulation
Conduction heat transfer
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