1 edition of Evaluation of the bridge weigh-in-motion system. found in the catalog.
Evaluation of the bridge weigh-in-motion system.
by Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation, Division of Planning and Budget, U.S. Dept. of Transportation in [Madison, Wis.?], [Washington, D.C.?
Written in English
|Other titles||The bridge weigh-in-motion system.|
|Contributions||Wisconsin. Dept. of Transportation. Division of Planning & Budget., United States. Dept. of Transportation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
Next-Generation Wireless Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) System Incorporated with Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Capability for Transportation Infrastructure Safety. Presentations: "A Next-Generation Wireless Sensing System for Civil Structures", presented at the UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region in Atlanta, Georgia, March 24 and After unsuccessful efforts to obtain a prototype system from the FHWA, the Department decided in late to develop its own bridge weigh-in motion system. Electronic equipment was purchased, weighing software was de signed and written, and a motorhome was purchased to house and transport the system.
This paper describes the procedures for development of signal analysis algorithms using artificial neural networks for Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (B-WIM) systems. Through the analysis procedure, the extraction of information concerning heavy traffic vehicles such as weight, speed, and number of axles from the time domain strain data of the B-WIM system was by: Cantero, D., and A. GonzÃ¡lez, Bridge Damage Detection Using Weigh-in-Motion Technology, ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering, Conway, A., and C.M. Walton, A Road Pricing Methodology for Infrastructure Cost Recovery, Report , Southwest Region University Transportation Centers, Center for Transportation Research, University.
This project aims to deliver a rapidly deployable, low-cost, and wireless system for bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) and nondestructive evaluation (NDE). The system contains individual wireless sensing nodes that integrate state-of-the-art shear strain sensors suitable for concrete bridge components, and ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
meaning of Jacksonian democracy.
Better information for special diets
Eighth Legislative Assembly of Porto Rico. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of the acts and resolutions enacted by the Eighth Legislative Assembly of Porto Rico during its third session (February 12 to April 18, 1917, inclusive).
The bee. A collection of choice poems. ...
No. 10 Hertford Street
A postal history of Durham city
Fractures and dislocations
The McLeod Bluff site, in Hickman county, Kentucky
celebration of Saint Nicholas
To establish a court for the investigation of claims. (to accompany bill H.R. no. 226.).
farmers and cottages guide.
Plant performance at low atmospheric CO2
cinema as art
Development of a Bridge Weigh-In-Motion System: A technology to convert the bridge response to the passage of traffic into data on vehicle configurations, speeds, times of travel and weights by Arturo Gonzalez (Author)Cited by: 7.
Bridge weigh-in-motion system Abstract: This demonstration project allowed Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation to test the overall performance of Bridge weigh in motion equipment as well as develop an entirely new comprehensive and representative truck weight database.
Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) and Bridge Weigh-In-Motion (B-WIM) are systems that allow obtaining the axle weights of road vehicles in motion, at normal traffic : Arturo Gonzalez. A system that uses a bridge as weighing device to measure the weight of vehicles in motion is under evaluation.
It is named the bridge weigh-in-motion system (hereafter referred to as Weigh-in-Motion: WIM). Based on the analysis of strain responses at different bridge locations during vehicle passage, gross and axle weights of vehicles in motion can be : J Murakoshi, K Nishikawa, K Gotou, T Shimuzu.
The development of the weigh-in-motion techniques that give the weights of running trucks without disturbing traffic flow therefore has attracted many researchers.
For the sake of simplicity, we employ herein a technique based on the deformation of a bridge, in particular a steel-plate-girder bridge. Chengjun Tan. Bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) systems take influence line (IL) as a reference to calculate axle weights.
The calibrated ILs based on field measurements can acquire better conformity. Development and testing of a new type of bridge weigh-in-motion system (BWIM) based on the measurement of shear forces near the supports of the bridges is described.
The proposed system is applicable to both determinate as well as indeterminate bridges. Fiber-optic Bragg grating rosette sensors were used in this approach. Figure 1, a Bridge WIM (B-WIM) system typically consists of strain sensors located underneath the bridge and a data-acquisition system capable of recording strain at high speed.
In conventional B-WIM systems, axle detectors on the road surface are also used to determine the number of axles, their spacing and the truck by: 2. and field evaluation of a permanent dual purpose bridge weigh-in-motion and health monitoring. system over an extended period of time.
Calibrated test truck results demonstrated that the. proposed algorithm can accurately predict vehicle speeds, and that even if the speed is : Richard Christenson, Valeri Kolev, Sarira Motaref, Shinae Jang.
data can be obtained with different WIM (Weigh-in-Motion) systems, either pavement or bridge type. While the pavement systems use weighing sensors installed into the pavement, the bridge WIM (B-WIM) system uses instrumented and calibrated bridge superstructures that act as weighing scales (MosesŽnidari č et al.
and ). low or highway speeds. An alternative to traditional weigh stations and WIM systems is Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (BWIM), the process by which gross vehicle weights (GVW) and axle weights can be determined for trucks travelling over highway or regular bridges instrumented with Author: Valeri I Kolev.
Bridge weigh in motion (B-WIM) uses accurate sensing systems to transform an existing bridge into a mechanism to determine actual traffic loading.
This information on traffic loading can enable efficient and economical management of transport networks and is becoming a valuable tool for bridge safety by: Christenson R, Bakulski S, McDonnell AMH () Establishment of a dual-purpose bridge health monitoring and weigh-in-motion system for a steel girder bridge.
In transportation research board 90th annual meeting (No. 11–).Author: Baidar Bakht, Aftab Mufti. These days, bridge weigh-in-motion (B-WIM) method has become a promising and useful technique in the bridge maintenance.
Through a B-WIM method, the information of traffic can be accurately measured to facilitate the design and management of by: 2. Weigh-in-motion (WIM) and bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) are two alternatives to static weigh stations which can measure a moving load without interrupting regular traffic.
WIM systems are commonly placed in or under roadway pavement and will measure a vehicle’s weight as it crosses that specific by: 5. Mobile Axle weigh bridges can weigh loads from tons per axle. The data management unit has built-in software that records each axle weight separately and indicates the sum total of all the axles to get gross vehicle weight (GVW).
The dual-purpose bridge health monitoring (BHM) and bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) system proposed in this research project establishes a single monitoring system, comprised of sensors, data acquisition, and processing, to provide both long-term health monitoring of a highway bridge and bridge-weigh-in-motion : Richard Christenson, Sarira Motaref.
Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (B-WIM) System Testing and Evaluation June 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) 8. Performing Organization Report No. Wilbur A. Hitchcock, Dr. Nasim Uddin, Dr. Houssam Toutanji, Dr. Virginia Sisiopiku, Dr.
James Richardson, Dr. Talat Salama, Dr. Jason Kirby, Mr. Hao Zhao UTCA Report Number 9. Evaluation of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge lightning protection system [Kwan, Bing W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Evaluation of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge lightning protection systemAuthor: Bing W Kwan. Abstract- Bridge Weigh-in-Motion systems can be used to estimate vehicle parameters such as velocity, O.
Mariani, M. Pircher, A. Fuchs, A WAVELET-BASED BRIDGE WEIGH-IN-MOTION SYSTEM II. MEASUREMENT SETUP. For the measurements on the Austrian road B64 between the cities of Weiz and Gleisdorf, inear l evaluation was done using.
Bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) is a technology that uses the bridge as a weighing platform to estimate vehicle weights. Previous research has shown that ignoring the transverse position (TP) of vehicles may lead to significant identification errors of vehicle weight for BWIM by: 6.
Application of Bridge Weigh-in-Motion measurements in assessment of existing road bridges with Weigh-in-Motion Truck Scales Closer to the Edge of the Solar System. SiWiM - bridge weigh in motion Far Data.
Loading Unsubscribe from Far Data? Cancel Unsubscribe. Intercomp LS Portable Weigh-In-Motion System - Duration: