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Relative Road Damage Analysis with Driving Modes of a Military Vehicle
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 Title & Authors
Relative Road Damage Analysis with Driving Modes of a Military Vehicle
Suh, Kwonhee; Song, Bugeun; Yoon, Hiseak;
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 Abstract
A military vehicle is driven at different usage modes with the army application and servicing conditions. For practical durability validation, DT(Development Test) on a new military vehicle should be run up to the durability target kilometers on test courses in the specified proving ground. Driving velocities with test courses at the endurance mode of DT are established definitely. However, OT(Operational Test) and initial endurance test of production car can't be performed only in the DT courses due to the development period limit. Therefore, this paper focuses on the method to analyze the relative road damages between the endurance test in DT and other endurance test. Road load acquisition tests on KLTV(Korean Light Tactical Vehicle) were implemented at 15 driving modes in off-road and cross-country courses of two tests. Wheel accelerations were processed through band-pass filter, and then the main frequency and maximum power of the signals were computed by PSD analysis. Finally, using the proving ground optimization based on RDS(Relative Damage Spectrum) characterization, the damage factors between off-roads of test courses were determined.
 Keywords
Road damage;Endurance mode;Relative damage;Proving ground optimization;Damage factor;
 Language
Korean
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