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Development of a Prediction Model for Splash and Spray
Under some conditions splash and spray create a significant nuisance to road users and some evidence suggests that they contribute to a small but measurable proportion of accidents. This paper reports on the development ...
Ride Quality Assessment Using Probe Vehicle Acceleration Measurements
New vehicle technology is leading to efficient methods for assessing the condition of the national highway system. Utilizing simple sensors installed in vehicles, such as accelerometers, could provide a cost effective way ...
Identifying Fine Aggregates Prone to Polishing in PCC Pavements
Surface polishing in portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements leads to higher incidences of skid-related accidents on highways. This type of failure is often associated with the usage of softer fine aggregate such as ...
On-Board Estimation of Water Depth Using Low-Cost Sensors
Last century has seen the emergence of many active safety systems, which have highly participated in reducing the number of car crashes. Nevertheless, those systems can be improved. In particular, information about the ...