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Investigation of tire-pavement interaction during maneuvering
Richard Allan Schapery
by Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Offices of Research & Development, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||R. A. Schapery and J. T. Tielking ; Texas Transportation Institute and Mechanics & Materials Research Center, Texas A&M University.|
|Series||Report - Federal Highway Administration ; no. FHWA-RD-78-72|
|Contributions||Tielking, John Thomas., United States. Federal Highway Administration., Texas Transportation Institute., Texas A & M University. Mechanics & Materials Research Center.|
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tire/pavement contact area is not uniform. They also show wide variations between the results of investigators who have attempted to quantify the distributions. Because of this and the difficulty in modeling a nonuniform pressure distribution with available models, uniform pressure distributions were. • Hao Wang, Imad Al-Qadi and Ilinca Stanciulescu, \Simulation of tire-pavement interaction for predict- ing contact stresses at static and various rolling conditions" (), International Journal of Pavement.
Books and Book Chapters • Liviu Crainic and Ilinca Stanciulescu (), \Calcul post-elastique des structures" (Post elastic analysis of structures), Matrix Rom, Bucharest, ISBN • Ilinca Stanciulescu, Mihaela Nistor and Yang Zhou \Stability analysis of curved panels", Chapter 24, Nonlinear Dynamics, v 1, Springer, , accepted. Skid resistance is an important surface characteristic that influences roadway safety. Various studies have been performed to understand the interaction between pavement and tires through numerical simulation for skid resistance prediction. However, the friction parameters required for simulation inputs are generally determined by objective assumptions. This paper develops a finite element Author: Yi Peng, Joshua Qiang Li, You Zhan, Kelvin C. P. Wang, Guangwei Yang.
TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Measuring Tire-Pavement Noise at the Source examines a suggested procedure for measuring tire-pavement noise at the source using the on-board sound intensity (OBSI) method. The following appendixes to the report are available online. Appendix A: Review of Literature. The present study deals with the quantification of skid resistance seasonal variation in asphalt pavements. Consequently, skid resistance data were collected twice per year (after “wet” and “dry” seasons) along four trial sections of an urban highway with a Author: Christina Plati, Maria Pomoni, Konstantina Georgouli.
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Get this from a library. Investigation of tire-pavement interaction during maneuvering: final report: prepared for Federal Highway Administration, Offices of Research and Development. [R A Schapery; J T Tielking; United States. Federal Highway Administration.
Offices of Research and Development.; Texas Transportation Institute.; Texas A & M University. The proper understanding of tire-pavement interaction is important for the accurate analysis of load-induced stresses and strains in the pavement structure.
This dissertation focuses on the analysis of the mechanism of tire-pavement interaction and the effect of tire-pavement interaction on pavement responses using a decoupled modeling approach. J.T. Tielking's 6 research works with 30 citations and reads, including: Investigation of Tire-Pavement interaction during maneuvering.
Apr 04, · A three-dimensional (3D) tire–pavement interaction model was developed using the FEM to analyze the forces and contact stresses generated during vehicle maneuvering (free rolling, braking/acceleration, and cornering).
A pneumatic radial-ply tire. This report presents the results of measurements of tire/pavement interaction noise and of the pavement smoothness and surface drainability characteristics of concrete pavement textures commonly used for new construction finishes or pavement preservation and rehabilitation strategies.
Tire/pavement interaction noise was measured using the on-board. focuses on the analysis of the mechanism of tirepavement interaction and the effect of - tire-pavement interaction on pavement responses using a decoupled modeling approach. First, an air-inflated three-dimensional (3-D) finite element (FE)tire model was built and the interaction between a tire and a non-deformable pavement surface was simulated.
A three-dimensional (3D) tire-pavement interaction model was developed using the FEM to analyze the forces and contact stresses generated during vehicle maneuvering (free rolling, braking. Heavy Off-Road Vehicle Tire-Pavement Interactions and Response Effects of Surface Rutting on Near-Surface Pavement Responses Based on a Two-Dimensional Axle-Tire-Pavement Interaction Finite-Element Model.
Effect of Surface Friction on Tire–Pavement. Current Advances in Mechanical Design & Production, Sixth Cairo University International MDP Conference, Cairo, Jan.NONLINEAR THREE-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF CONTACT PROBLEM OF STATICALLY LOADED TIRES A.
El-Shafei*, H. Rothert** and M. Barakat*** Lecturer* and Professor***: Dept. Mech. Power Eng., Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig Author: A.G. El-Shafei, H. Rothert, M.A. Barakat. Texas Transportation Institute: An analysis of dynamic displacements measured within pavement structures / (College Station, Tex.: Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, ), also by William Michael Moore, Frank H.
Scrivner, United States. Federal Highway Administration, and Texas. May 01, · In previous literature, sound intensity has been used to quantify the strength of tire-pavement interaction noise sources very near an operating tire under non-driven, cruise conditions as measured on trailers or actual vehicles.
In the current investigation, the relationship between such on Cited by: Investigation of tire-pavement interaction during maneuvering / (Washington: Dept.
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Offices of Research & Development ; Springfield, Va.: for sale by the National Technical Information Service, ), by Richard Allan Schapery, John Thomas Tielking, Texas A & M University. Mechanics.
Tire-Pavement Friction Model. Tire-pavement friction model has a direct impact on the study of tribology and tire mechanical properties.
Due to the viscoelastic properties of tire rubber, the tire-pavement contact area was divided into two regions, the slip area and adhesion area as shown in Figure 8, where is tire inflate pressure, is the length of tire contact region, and is the division Cited by: 7.
Relationship Between Tire-Pavement Interaction Noise and Surface Characteristics in Pavement Test Track Cycle. The interest in quieter pavements has been driven largely by public awareness that altering the surface can affect traffic noise levels.
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Visit bursayediiklimokullari.com to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. TIRE/PAVEMENT INTERACTION NOISE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE FOR SAFE, QUIET, AND DURABLE HIGHWAYS. In the United States, tire/road interaction noise has been identified as the major source of highway sideline noise at highway speeds.
The tire/pavement interface zone is the origin of a major portion of the ride vibration, ride noise, and environmental noise disturbances associated with road vehicles. It is appropriate to view these separate problems as one comprehensive systems problem involving the road, the tire, the vehicle, and human response to noise and vibration bursayediiklimokullari.com by: Abstract of Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy EFFECTS OF TRUCK TIRE TYPE AND TIRE-PAVEMNT INTERACTION ON TOP-DOWN CRACKING AND INSTABILITY RUTTING By Guangming Wang December Chair: Dr.
Reynaldo Roque Major: Civil. exposure. Ulf Sandberg (4) in his book Tyre road Noise manual showed that macro texture and macro texture affect friction, because a the macro-texture and micro-texture wavelengths of mm to 50 mm and to mm respectively are within friction enhancement range Hysteresis effects in Tire Pavement Interaction.
effects of truck tire type and tire-pavement interaction. on top-down cracking and instability rutting. guangming wang. a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy.
university of florida. Al-Qadi, IL & Wang, H' Prediction of tire pavement contact stresses and analysis of asphalt pavement responses: A decoupled approach ', Asphalt Paving Technology: Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists-Proceedings of the Technical Sessions, vol.
80, pp. Cited by: The symposium papers on traction, wear, interfacial mechanics, and tire pavement interaction generated noise and vibration will be discussed in an integrated fashion. Technical Basics The tire pavement interface is a variable boundary in which energy is changed from one form to another in response to the kinematics of rolling.Fundamentals of Tire/Pavement Interaction Noise on Highways Robert J.
Bernhard Institute for Safe, Quiet and Durable Highways Purdue University March 25, M E Presentation ♦Short summary of the suspected causes of tire/pavement interaction noise (ref Sandberg ) •Energy generation •Amplification mechanisms.