A numerical research of the texture of the road surface from the aspect of the dynamic characteristics of motor vehicles
Information that driver receives from the environment and vehicle includes information on the macro and microprofile of the road, vibration and noise of the subsystem, deviation of the vehicle motion from the desired path, torque at the steering wheel, tire-road contact area, etc. This paper will focus on the road surface area at the micro plan level, i.e. on the micro unevenness of the road. The necessity of having. The microprofile, i.e. its state, will be identified using the theory of mathematical processing of photographs, and the obtained data are due to a small number of samples, of a preliminary character. However, the developed procedure for identifying the road surface parameters creates conditions for more detailed research, which can be used during further research of the dynamic characteristics of motor vehicles, but also in the analysis of roadway damage, composition of road materials, etc.
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