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influence of tyre and road surface design on tyre rolling resistance

A. R. Williams

influence of tyre and road surface design on tyre rolling resistance

by A. R. Williams

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Published by Institute ofPetroleum in London .
Written in English


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StatementA. R. Williams.
ContributionsInstitute of Petroleum.
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Open LibraryOL13666551M

ROLLING RESISTANCE OF SURFACE MATERIALS AFFECTED BY SURFACE TYPE, TYRE LOAD AND INFLATION PRESSURE. The escalating price of fuel and reliance on road transport in the UK places considerable importance on fuel efficiency. It is possible to consider fuel efficiency in terms of a simple three component road / tire / vehicle by: 4. types by fuel consumption. The surface with the greatest rolling resistance, in a cell with porous hot mix asphalt, had a coefficient of rolling resistance 24 percent greater, and at 50 mph, a fuel consumption percent greater, than the surface with the lowest rolling resistance, in File Size: 1MB.

Road-surface influence on tire rolling resistance. Authors: Descornet, G; Conference: Surface Characteristics of Roadways, International Research and Technologies. The industry-leading MTS Tire Rolling Resistance Measurement System provides the testing accuracy and repeatability you need to effectively assess tire rolling resistance for passenger car, light truck and commercial truck tires. In addition, an experienced global service network is dedicated to keep your system in top running Size: KB.

Friction between the tyre and the road is caused by sliding and the resistance due to the air circulating inside the tyre. Available experimental results give a breakdown of tire losses in the speed range km/h ( mph) as % due to internal hysteresis losses in the tire, % due to friction between the tire and the ground, and. The major factor affecting rolling resistance is the deformation of the tyre as it conforms to the road surface and its small undulations. For a road tyre that mostly covers smooth surfaces, higher pressures can be used as there will be small amounts of deformation and resistance as a result.


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Influence of tyre and road surface design on tyre rolling resistance by A. R. Williams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bicycle Rolling Resistance Special Articles; Multiple: Tubolito Inner Tube Tests: Road Bike: The Best Road Bike Tires: Road Bike: GP Endurance Test: Road Bike: GP 23, 25, 28, 32 Comparison: Road Bike: Tubeless Sealant Rolling Resistance: MTB: Tubeless vs Latex vs Butyl Tubes: Tour: Marat 37, 40, 47 Comparison: Fat Bike.

Tyre load and inflation pressure are important factors controlling rolling resistance of road vehicles. The article presents results obtained in the Technical University of Gdańsk during laboratory and road measurements of different car tyres rolling on different pavements.

The knowledge of rolling resistance characteristics is important for modelling car dynamics as well as fuel by: 7. The trailer is design to measure rolling resistance of passenger car tyres in various road conditions on trafficked roads.

The trailer utilizes so called angle method also known as vertical arm. Influence of Road Wetness on Tire-Pavement Rolling Resistance Poland, typically 45% days are with some kind of precipitation.

It must be observed that precipitation may be very short and road wetness may diminish quickly, so daily data presented above should be File Size: 4MB. Low rolling resistance tyres have been around for quite a while but in the past the compounds used to make these tyres tended to decrease the traction ability of the tyre.

However a recent breakthrough in technology has improved the situation – The introduction of Author: Tyre Review. Road texture influence on tyre rolling resistance. CRR is related to many factors like properties of the tyre, road surface, load, inflation pressure and speed.

The trailer is design to. Road texture measurements. Following the protocol reported in ISOtexture spectra were calculated as a function of wavenumber however, for the sake of clarity, results are plotted as a function of wavelength, its inverse.

Texture spectra were evaluated for road profiles and tyre envelopments, allowing a comparison of the by: 5. Its design and performances are briefly outlined.

It has been used for investigating the influence of road-surface characteristics on the rolling drag experienced by a car tire. On a wide variety of surface types and conditions on dry paved roads, the coefficient of rolling resistance ranges between and In terms of fuel consumption Cited by:   Temperature is a very important factor controlling rolling resistance of road vehicle tyres.

There are at least three different temperatures that may be considered as important factors controlling thermal conditions of the rolling tyre.

The most common measure of the thermal conditions during tyre rolling is ambient air temperature. The other two are: pavement temperature and “tyre Cited by: 1. Road surface influence on tyre/road rolling resistance / Report MIRIAM_SP1_04 Main author: Ulf Sandberg. Swedish Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI) VIII Megatexture level might be an alternative parameter, albeit not really as good as MPD, provided it is calculated on an enveloped profile curve.

The advantage with this measure isFile Size: 1MB. Tyre-road rolling resistance is a major factor in the performance of a vehicle. By investigating the rolling resistance, a better understanding of the efficiency of different wheel diameters will develop.

A major issue in the mountain biking world is the relative merits of using 26in. versus 29in. wheels and the resultant effect on. Influencing Rolling Resistance, Minor Factors Under Considerasion.

INTODUCTION Rolling resistance is the force acting on a vehicle over a full journey. It is generated by the hysteresis of tyre and pavement.

Rolling resistance, sometimes called rolling friction or rolling drag, is the force resistingFile Size: KB. One of the major factors is the tyres rolling resistance. tyre rolling resistance is the energy that your vehicle needs to provide to the tyres in order to maintain movement at a constant speed over a surface, to sum it all up it is basically the force required to keep a tyre rolling.

The tyre with the highest rolling resistance was 95% slower (w) than the tyre with the lowest (w). Even between the first and fifth fastest tyres, there was a 25% difference in energy loss.

That’s enough to lose you a fair bit of time on a long day. When you replace a worn out tyre by a brand new one, rolling resistance is increased by 20%, never mind the index of the new tyre. Rolling resistance changes during a trip.

It decreases when tyres are warm. Resistance coefficient can help understand why some drivers select imposing sizes for their tyres. The same shape on the inside and outside means high levels of efficiency, speed and road safety.

The tyre tread patterns are fundamental for improving the vehicle and its performance on the road. They influence and lower the rolling resistance and the wet traction and, depending on the type of tyres used, they lower the width of suspension.

Wet grip has been added to the tyre label, as it is clearly correlated with rolling resistance. The second main objective was the economic aspect, i.e., stopping the import of low-quality non-European products, which has a measurable impact on the production of tyres in Europe and employment related to this.

The project SPERoN - Design of silent tyres with low rolling resistance is part of the german research project LeiStra3 (Silent road traffic 3). Based on advanced tyre/road noise simulation models created by Chalmers during the last years, the project focuses on the development of quieter tyres with lower rolling resistance.

The rolling resistance is the product of the deformation processes which occur in the tire structure, contact patch and the road surface. The rolling resistance of a vehicle on the road is larger than that measured on a smooth drum or belt.

Vehicle vibration due to an uneven road surface leads to energy dissipation in the suspension. tyre: rolling resistance and fuel savings’ by Michelin, This study investigates mathematical models based on physical understanding and literature reviews of tyre rolling resistance phenomena.

The work aims to develop a tyre model that explains the influence of tyre inflation pressure, tyre size, velocity and normal load on the. Modeling of Tyre Parameters’ Influence on Transport Productivity for Heavy Trucks Maximum limited Speed on the road 29391, Rolling resistance forces on front tyres 29391, Rolling resistance forces on rear tyres 29391, Front normal force of the truck influence of tyre design and selection on the cost of operation.

And the cost of operation.Rolling resistance will use a classification from best performance (green category "A") through to the worst performance (red category "G") – category "D" is not being used. Rolling resistance is the main key factor in measuring the energy efficiency of a tyre.

It has direct influence on the fuel consumption of a .The force that resists the motion of a body rolling on a surface is called the rolling resistance or the rolling friction.

The rolling resistance can be expressed as. F r = c W (1). where. F r = rolling resistance or rolling friction (N, lb f). c = rolling resistance coefficient - dimensionless (coefficient of rolling friction - .