SEDL / STP / STP793-EB
Frictional Interaction of Tire and Pavement
Meyer WE, Walter JD
This publication focuses on some of the current technical challenges confronting researchers working in this field. 16 papers comprise this book's contents and look into a number of problems that are inherent in tire and pavement surfaces and their interaction under a broad range of conditions.
Table of Contents
Meyer W., Walter J.
Tires – Roads – Rainfall – Vehicles: The Traction Connection
Influence of Tread Wear Irregularity on Wet Friction Performance of Tires
Evans M., Williams A.
Tire Traction Testing in Adverse Environments
Design and Performance Aspects of Antilock Brake Control Systems
On-Road Test Facility for Truck Tire Rolling Resistance and Bearing Losses Measurements
Bosik A., Lougheed J.
An Interactive Tire-Fluid Model for Dynamic Hydroplaning
Browne A., Whicker D.
Hydroplaning, Hydrodynamic Drag, and Vehicle Stability
Gallaway B., Hayes G., Ivey D.
Pavement Design and Controls for Minimizing Automotive Hydroplaning and Increasing Traction
Balmer G., Gallaway B.
A Method for Rating the Skid Resistance and Micro/Macrotexture Characteristics of Wet Pavements
Buhlmann F., Horne W.
Comparison of the Friction Performance of a Passenger Car Tire and the ASTM Standard Test Tires
Tire Rolling Noise in Dry and Wet Conditions on Pavement Surfaces of Different Skid Resistance
Köhler E., Liedl W.
Effects of Surface Curvature and Texture on Passenger Car Tire Noise Generation on Roadwheels and Roadways
Donavan P., Oswald L.
Tire/Road Interaction Studies to Reduce Noise and Improve Wet Grip
Traction Modifications Resulting from Test-Induced Treadwear
Bernard J., Ervin R., Segel L.
Prediction of Tire-Road Friction from Surface Texture and Tread Rubber Properties
Taneerananon P., Yandell W., Zankin V.
Paper ID: STP793-EB
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