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Automotive braking systems usually consist of stainless steel or Gray cast iron. These materials are ideal for use in automatic transmissions with moderate loads as well as low heat resistance, as they have high contrasting stiffness & stability, low wear rate, & are quiet while in use. The integrated brake discs are smaller, more economical & have excellent collision features. In our project the Hyundai car model disc brake model that creates Creo parametric software and structural-based analysis using Ansys software. Existing metal is replaced by a compound (Kevlar & Carbon Fiber). Predicting deformation, amount of stress intensity using Ansys software.