STP Published: 1994

Vehicle-Road Interaction

Editor(s): B T Kulakowski

Most of the problems associated with the safety, economy, and overall quality of road transportation are affected by the characteristics of both roads and vehicles and by the manner in which these two dynamic systems interact. Unlike other publications that deal with either vehicles or roads, STP 1225 places equal emphasis on the vehicle and the roadway.

16 peer-reviewed papers written by top researchers in the field cover:

• Modeling and Simulation of Vehicle Dynamics and Vehicle-Road Dynamic Interaction

• Laboratory and Field Tests of Vehicle-Induced Pavement Ladings

• Tire Characteristics

• Ride Quality and Road Roughness

• Advances in Vehicle Suspension Design and Dontrol

• Noise Emission due to Vehicle-Tire-Road Interaction

• and Fuel Efficiency and Rolling Resistance.

Table of Contents

BT Kulakowski

CH Verheul, G Batstra, STH Jansen

DJ Cole, D Cebon

M Huhtala, M Vesimaki, P Halonen

TD Gillespie, SM Karamihas

F Hugo

J Krarup

IR Gelling

F Navin

EB Spangler, WJ Kelly

B Gilmore

CJ Alstead, JP Whitehead

P Wagner

MP Voutyras, KR Thomson

L Gyenes, CGB Mitchell

Y Delanne

PD Cenek

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Developed by Committee: D04
Pages: 280
DOI: 10.1520/STP1225-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5279-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1893-5