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Comparison of two independently developed bridge weigh–in–motion systems
An experiment is described in which two independently developed bridge weigh–in–motion (WIM) systems are tested and compared, both for accuracy and durability. The systems, an Irish prototype stillExpand
Development and experimental testing of orthotropic bridge weigh-in-motion for determining axle and gross vehicle weights
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An identification algorithm based on the conjugate directions optimisation technique is developed and tested on experimental data, collected from an instrumented orthotropic bridge deck in eastern France, and found the most suitable algorithm for determining axle and gross vehicle weights. Expand
IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ACCURACY OF WEIGH-IN-MOTION SYSTEMS
This paper focuses on the accuracy of pavement and bridge based weigh-in- motion (WIM) systems and the sensitivity of such systems to dynamic and static effects. Recent European developmentsExpand
ORTHOTROPIC STEEL BRIDGES: MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR LIVE LOAD AND FATIGUE ASSESSMENT
As the ratio of live load to dead is greater for orthotropic bridges than for other highway bridges and the fact that there are numerous weldings (especially between the longitudinal stiffeners andExpand
DEVELOPMENT OF DYNAMIC BRIDGE WEIGH-IN-MOTION ALGORITHM
This paper describes the development of a dynamic bridge weigh-in-motion (BWIM) algorithm which takes account of the dynamic as well as the static response of the bridge to applied truck loading. TheExpand
The Response of Orthotropic Steel Decks to Traffic Loads
This paper describes the instrumentation and load testing of a three-span orthotropic steel bridge in France. Strain gauges were attached to the underside of the orthotropic plate to measure theExpand
The influence of correlation on the extreme traffic loading of bridges
Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management (IABMAS'10) the Fifth International IABMAS Conference, Philadelphia, USA, 11-15 July 2010
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