SEDL / STP / STP583-EB
Surface Texture Versus Skidding: Measurements, Frictional Aspects, and Safety Features of Tire-Pavement Interactions
Ten papers cover measurement systems, frictional aspects, and safety features. Particularly useful for civil engineers, highway designers, automotive engineers, tire technologies and others concerned with highway safety.
Table of Contents
Pavement Texture Measurement and Evaluation
Hegmon R., Henry J.
Use of Tire Noise as a Measure of Pavement Macrotexture
Henry J., Lawther J., Veres R.
Pavement Texture Measurement by Laser: A Feasibility Study
Gee S., Hegmon R., King W.
Study of the Sand Patch and Outflow Meter Methods of Pavement Surface Texture Measurement
Design of Texture in Standard Surfaces
Mathematical Analysis for Pneumatic Tire Hydroplaning
Interactive Tire Designs
Estimation of Skid Numbers from Surface Texture Parameters in the Rational Design of Standard Reference Pavements for Test Equipment Calibration
Britton S., Gallaway B., Ledbetter W.
Pavement Surface Information Needs in Accident Investigation
Bennett R., Fogarty W., Hutchinson J., Tsongos N.
Texture, Skid Resistance, and the Stability of Automobiles in Limit Maneuvers
Hayes G., Ivey D.
Paper ID: STP583-EB
ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.