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Effects of Wheel-Load Spatial Repeatability on Road Damage: A Literature Review
Nezih Mrad. Reviews the available literature on the effects of spatial repeatability of dynamic wheel loads on pavement damage produced by heavy road vehicles due to different types of suspension systems & the use of wide-base single versus dual tires. Chapters: spatial repeatability; measure of road loadings; measure of spatial repeatability; mean separation of wheel force peaks; correlation coefficient; spatial repeatability index; effects of suspension variation on road damage; effects of suspension characteristics on dynamic tire forces; spatial repeatability of dynamic tire forces; effects of tire factors on road damage; conclusions; recommendations; & references. Illustrated.
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