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Vehicle unpaved road response spectrum acquisition based on accelerometer and GPS data.

Cong N, Shang J, Ren Y, Guo Y - Sensors (Basel) (2012)

Bottom Line: This paper describes a response acquisition system composed of some spindle accelerometers and a time synchronized on-board GPS receiver developed in order to collect the dynamic response of vehicle riding on an unpaved road.The accuracy and limitations of the system have been analyzed, and its validity has been verified by implementing the system on a wheel loader for road response spectrum measuring.This paper offers a practical approach to obtaining unpaved road response spectra for durability road simulation.

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Affiliation: College of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, Hunan 410073, China. congnan.cn@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a response acquisition system composed of some spindle accelerometers and a time synchronized on-board GPS receiver developed in order to collect the dynamic response of vehicle riding on an unpaved road. A method of time-space conversion for calculating the response spectrum is proposed to eliminate the adverse effect of time-varying speed, based on the transform from the equitime sampled spindle acceleration responses to equidistance sampling. By using two groups of independent distance histories acquired from GPS, a method called long-range error correction is proposed to improve the accuracy of the vehicle's distance information, which is critical for the time-space conversion. The accuracy and limitations of the system have been analyzed, and its validity has been verified by implementing the system on a wheel loader for road response spectrum measuring. This paper offers a practical approach to obtaining unpaved road response spectra for durability road simulation.

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GPS calculated distance errors varies with travel length increasing.
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f4-sensors-12-09951: GPS calculated distance errors varies with travel length increasing.

Mentions: Supposing V=10 m/s, δ̄GPS-v = 0.04 m/s, σGPS-v = 0.03 m/s and CEPGPS-p = 3 m, the simulated velocity integral travel history S1 and positioning calculated distance history S2 in comparison with the theoretical distance history, are shown in Figure 3. Their distance errors vary with travel length as shown in Figure 4.


Vehicle unpaved road response spectrum acquisition based on accelerometer and GPS data.

Cong N, Shang J, Ren Y, Guo Y - Sensors (Basel) (2012)

GPS calculated distance errors varies with travel length increasing.
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f4-sensors-12-09951: GPS calculated distance errors varies with travel length increasing.
Mentions: Supposing V=10 m/s, δ̄GPS-v = 0.04 m/s, σGPS-v = 0.03 m/s and CEPGPS-p = 3 m, the simulated velocity integral travel history S1 and positioning calculated distance history S2 in comparison with the theoretical distance history, are shown in Figure 3. Their distance errors vary with travel length as shown in Figure 4.

Bottom Line: This paper describes a response acquisition system composed of some spindle accelerometers and a time synchronized on-board GPS receiver developed in order to collect the dynamic response of vehicle riding on an unpaved road.The accuracy and limitations of the system have been analyzed, and its validity has been verified by implementing the system on a wheel loader for road response spectrum measuring.This paper offers a practical approach to obtaining unpaved road response spectra for durability road simulation.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: College of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, Hunan 410073, China. congnan.cn@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a response acquisition system composed of some spindle accelerometers and a time synchronized on-board GPS receiver developed in order to collect the dynamic response of vehicle riding on an unpaved road. A method of time-space conversion for calculating the response spectrum is proposed to eliminate the adverse effect of time-varying speed, based on the transform from the equitime sampled spindle acceleration responses to equidistance sampling. By using two groups of independent distance histories acquired from GPS, a method called long-range error correction is proposed to improve the accuracy of the vehicle's distance information, which is critical for the time-space conversion. The accuracy and limitations of the system have been analyzed, and its validity has been verified by implementing the system on a wheel loader for road response spectrum measuring. This paper offers a practical approach to obtaining unpaved road response spectra for durability road simulation.

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