Development and Application of the Road Profile Measuring System

Paper #:
  • 930257

Published:
  • 1993-03-01
Citation:
Mimuro, T., Maemura, T., and Fujii, H., "Development and Application of the Road Profile Measuring System," SAE Technical Paper 930257, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930257.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
A high-performance road profile measuring system has developed. The measuring system consists of four laser displacement sensors and an optical speed sensor. It has the advantage of making high-accuracy measurements during a regular run, on a public road, and without any traffic restriction. The measurement is hardly affected by bouncing and pitching motions of the vehicle. The four displacement sensors are arranged at unequal intervals in the direction of vehicle. A road profile is calculated from sensor outputs.This paper describes not only the development of this unique measuring system but also its application to a vehicle behavior. Significant measurements of typical and peculiar public roads in Japan and Northern Europe by the measuring vehicle have been performed for the last few years. The features of these roads are described by the power spectrum densities and the profiles.
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