Tire Surface Friction on Wet Pavements Application of Surface Friction Tester

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  • Soort:Gratis uitgave
  • Vakgebied(en):Infrastructuur
  • Datum uitgifte:01 sep 2003
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  • Druk:1
  • Artikelnummer:D03-06

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1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Study objectives
1.3 Report organisation
2 Relation between wet surface tire -to-ground friction and runway texture
2.1 Measuring methods for macro- and microtexture
2.1.1 Macrotexture
2.1.2 Microtexture
2.2 Relation between friction and macro- and microtexture measuring methods
2.3 Discussion of results
3 Factors influencing surface friction measurement
3.1 Derivation of braking friction coefficient
3.2 Braking slip
3.3 Tire pressure
3.4 Tire design and construction
3.5 Tire tread material
3.6 Self wetting systems
3.7 Standing water
4 Current international regulations and practices on runway friction testing
4.1 International Civil Aviation Organisation ICAO
4.1.1 ICAO - Procedures for friction measurement
4.1.2 ICAO - Certification of new friction measuring devices
4.2 Civil Aviation Authorities UK CAA-UK
4.2.1 CAA-UK - Procedures for friction measurement
4.2.2 CAA-UK Calibration of friction measuring devices
4.2.3 CAA-UK Certification of new friction measuring devices
4.3 Federal Aviation Authorities FAA
4.3.1 FAA - historical background
4.3.2 FAA - procedures for friction measurement
4.3.3 FAA - Calibration of friction measurement devices
4.3.4 FAA - Certification of new friction measurement devices
4.4 Transport Canada TC
5 A review of past and current international research activities
5.1 Joint NASA-British Ministry of Technology skid correlation study
5.2 Joint USAF-NASA study
5.3 Joint FAA-USAF-NASA runway research program
5.4 Concorde landing requirements evaluation tests
5.5 Government-Industry meeting on rational landing rule
5.6 Joint FAA/NASA Runway Friction Program
5.7 The NASA Tire/Runway Friction Testing Workshops
5.8 ESDU studies
5.9 The Joint Winter Runway Friction Measurement Program
5.10 International Friction Index
5.11 European Friction Index
5.12 General comments on international research activities
6 Conclusions and recommendations
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Recommendations
References