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Development of wheel width and tread acquisition algorithm using non-contact treadle sensor
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 Title & Authors
Development of wheel width and tread acquisition algorithm using non-contact treadle sensor
Seo, Yeon-Gon; Lew, Chang-Guk; Lee, Bae-Ho;
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 Abstract
Vehicle classification system in domestic tollgates is usually to use treadle sensor for calculating wheel width and tread of the vehicle. due to the impact that occurs when the wheels of the vehicle contact, treadle sensor requires high durability. recently, KHC(Korea Highway Corporation) began operating high-speed lane for cargo truck. high-speed cargo truck generate more impact the design criteria of previous treadle. therefore, an increase in the maintenance and management costs of the treadle damage is concerned. In this paper, we propose an algorithm for obtaining optimal wheel width and tread using non-contact treadle sensor that been improved durability from physical impacts. for the verification of the proposed algorithm, a field test was performed using 1/2/3/6 class vehicles based on the KHC`s classification criteria. through this experiments, maximum error of the width and the tread is each and , also the accuracy was measured as 98%, 97% or more, and proved that the proposed algorithm valid on to apply to the vehicle classification system.
 Keywords
Vehicle Classification;Treadle;Wheel Width & Tread;ITS;
 Language
Korean
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