SEDL / STP / STP884-EB
Measuring Road Roughness and Its Effects on User Cost and Comfort
Gillespie TD, Sayers M
Presents recent technical findings relevant to the objective measurement of road roughness. Initial papers consider the root-mean-square vertical acceleration technique and quarter-car simulation. Three papers address the practical side of measuring and using roughness information.
Table of Contents
Gillespie T., Sayers M.
Root-Mean-Square Vertical Acceleration as a Summary Roughness Statistic
Halbach D., Hudson W., Moser L., Zaniewski J.
Development, Implementation, and Application of the Reference Quarter-Car Simulation
Simulation of Road Meters by Separate Analysis of Accelerometer and Height Sensor Data
Hayhoe G., Watugala G.
Accuracy of Calibrated Roughness Surveys
Relationships Between Vehicle Speed, Ride Quality, and Road Roughness
Paterson W., Watanatada T.
Effects of Vehicle and Driver Characteristics on the Subjective Evaluation of Road Roughness
Janoff M., Nick J.
Vehicle Operating Costs Related to Operating Mode, Road Design, and Pavement Condition
Butler B., Zaniewski J.
Effects of Road Roughness on Vehicular Rolling Resistance
Analytical Determination of Normal Contact Stresses for Arbitrary Geometries with Application to the Tire/Pavement Interaction Mechanism
Clapp T., Eberhardt A., Kelley C.
Road Roughness Effects on Vehicle Dynamics
Paper ID: STP884-EB
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