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ICWIM 5, Proceedings of the International Conference on Heavy Vehicles: 5th International Conference on Weigh-in-Motion of Heavy Vehicles

Bernard Jacob (Editor), Eugene O'Brien (Editor), Alan O'Connor (Editor), Mohamed Bouteldja (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-84821-059-2
582 pages
April 2009, Wiley-ISTE
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Weigh-in-motion (WIM) is a process of measuring the dynamic tire forces of a moving vehicle and estimating the corresponding tire loads of the static vehicle. This collection of lectures from the International Conference on Weigh-in-Motion details applications such as: collection of statistical traffic data, support of commercial vehicle enforcement, roadway and bridge cost allocation, and traffic management.
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Foreword 1 – P. COURTIER 1

Avant-Propos 1 – P. COURTIER 3

Foreword 2 – J. ROUDIER 5

Avant-Propos 2 – J. ROUDIER 7

Preface – B. JACOB 9

Préface – B. JACOB 12

International Forum for Road Transport Technology 15

International Society for Weigh-in-Motion 17

Panel Discussion 19

Plenary Session 23

Weigh-in-motion for enforcement in Europe – B. JACOB and H. VAN LOO 25

Bridge weigh-in-motion – latest developments and applications world wide
E. OBRIEN, A. NIDARIČ and T. OJIO 39

Current status of weight-in-motion in sub Sahara Africa – G. ACKERMANN, H. THEYSE, L. KANNEMEYER and C. VAN AS 57

Session 1. Traffic and Freight Management, Road Safety and Pricing, using WIM networks 69

Weigh-in-motion measurements in the national road network of Spain during the 2002-2003 period. Data collection procedure and main results – J. LEAL 71

Measure in motion vehicle detector on the motorways, expressways and the roads of Slovakia – S. URGELA and R. JANOTKA 85

Test of WIM sensors and systems under Brazilian conditions
H. GOLTSMAN, M. PAIVA, A. VALENTE and F. PANTOJA 97

Comparison of WIM, noise, vibration data from heavy vehicles
L. POULIKAKOS, K. HEUTSCHI, M. ARRAIGADA, P. ANDEREGG and M. PARTL 105

Environmental noise measurement in combination with BWIM
T. OJIO and K. YAMADA 115

Weigh-in-motion system to manage heavy vehicle access to the infrastructures
H. IMINE, S. SRAIRI, D. GIL and J. RECEVEUR 127

Special vehicle automatic measurement system and its application
H. NISHIDA, H. SATO, H. KAWAY and S. NAKAO 137

Practical experiences and the next generation of WIM
M. DUKKER and D. MARPLES 149

Session 2. Technology and Testing 161

Installation and experimentation of MS-WIM systems with three strip sensor technologies - early results – B. JACOB, M. BOUTELDJA and D. STANCZYK 163
A statistical spatial repeatability algorithm for multiple sensor weigh in motion
E.OBRIEN, A. GONZALEZ and F. MCINERNEY 175

Optimized design of weigh-in-motion multiple-sensors array by an energetic approach – K. BOUTELDJA, B. JACOB, and V. DOLCEMASCOLO 187

Multi-sensor weigh-in-motion system – J. GAJDA, R. SROKA, M. STENCEL and T. ZEGLEN 199

Heavy vehicle on-board mass monitoring: capability review – B. PETERS and C. KONIDITSIOTIS 209

Measuring dynamic wheel loads on tri and quad axle groups – C. BLANKSBY,
R. GEORGE, B. PETERS, A. RITZINGER and L. BRUZSA . 223

Product development to meet new requirements regarding road and rail WIM technologies – D. CORNU 237

A hydrostatic sensor for portable WIM systems – J. ROMERO and A. LOZANO 249

Development of axle load weighing system for expressways (Result of Improvement on LS-WIM) – K. SOMEYA, H. OKUDA, T. SHINDO and Y. Maeda 261

Session 3. Bridge Weigh-in-Motion 269

Comparison of conventional and regularized bridge weigh-in-motion algorithms
C. ROWLEY, A. GONZALEZ, E. OBRIEN and A. NIDARIČ 271

Improving bridge-WIM results with better road evenness and advanced compensations – I. LAVRIČ, A. NIDARIČ and J. KALIN 283

Moving vehicle load identification from bridge responses based on method of moments (MOM) – L. YU, T. CHAN and J.-H. ZHU 297

Test of a B-WIM system on integral and steel orthotropic deck bridges in France
M. BOUTELDJA, B. JACOB and V. DOLCEMASCOLO 311

Bridge weigh in motion : French tests and Swedish experience
V. DOLCEMASCOLO and L. SJÖGREN 322

Session 4. Vehicle Size and Weight Enforcement 333

Development and implementation of a WIM network for enforcement in France Y. MARCHADOUR and B. JACOB 335

Pre-selection of overloaded vehicles – D. STANCZYK, B. GEROUDET, C. THIOUNN and A. MILLOT 347

Targeted roadside enforcement using WIM and ANPR – M. JONES 359

Combined LS & HS WIM systems for law enforcement and toll road applications E. DOUPAL and R. CALDERARA 369

Virtual weigh stations for monitoring of trucks by-passing fixed weigh stations
F. KLEBE 377

Session 5. Stnadard, Data Quality, Storage and Management 385

A synthesis of the US practice on high speed WIM calibration – A. PAPAGIANNAKIS 387

Utah commercial motor vehicle weigh-in-motion calibration: current practice and recommended procedure – G. SCHULTZ and L. SEEGMILLER 399

WIM accuracy verification through simulation – M. SLAVIK 411

Macroscopic WIM calibration – G. DE WET and M. SLAVIK 423

Auto-calibration and temperature correction of WIM systems - P. BURNOS 437

Sub-0.1 percent error in portable, low-speed weigh-in-motion
R. ABERCROMBIE, L. HIVELY, M. SCUDIERE and F. SHELDON 447

Session 6. Data for Bridge Engineering 459

Application of WIM in probability based safety assessment of bridges
A. O’CONNOR 461

Identification of equivalent traffic load on bridge using optical fiber strain
sensors – C.P. CHOU and C.Y. WANG 475

Measurements of bridge dynamics with a bridge weigh-in-motion system
A. NIDARIČ, I. LAVRIČ and J. KALIN 485

Extreme effects of the traffic loads on a prestressed concrete bridge
D. SIEGERT, M. ESTIVIN, J. BILLO, F. BARIN and F. TOUTLEMONDE 499

Interaction effect of traffic loadsd and bridge detailssusceptible to fatigue
H. LEENDERTZ and A. DE BOER 511

Fatigue life estimation of a concrete slab using B-WIM and traffic census
Y. OSHIMA and K. SUGIURA 525

Session 7. Data for Pavement Engineering 537

The use of weigh-in-motion and stress-in-motion data in road managmenent: the results of a PIARC inquiry – F. LA TORRE 539

Extending WIM-NL-data with a loading indicator and a truck dmage factor
H. VAN SAAN and D. VAN BOXEL 549

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