A Study on Increasing Reliability of Braking Force Inspection During Regular Inspection of Vehicles

자동차 정기검사에서 제동력 검사의 신뢰성 향상에 관한 연구

  • Received : 2016.01.29
  • Accepted : 2016.06.21
  • Published : 2016.08.01


The regular inspection of vehicles that are in service in domestic country, i.e., vehicle safety and emission gas inspection have been forced by the korea transportation safety authority and a private servicing enterprise according to the vehicle administration law (1995). In the safety inspection process, which is developed by a compatible inspection system and method, every effort is made to increase the reliability of vehicle safety and the service quality, and to protecting national health. In this study, the reliability of the braking force inspection method in the current regular vehicle inspection was studied statistically by comparing the dynamic braking force inspection method with the static braking force inspection method. Further, the problems and characteristics of the current braking force inspection methods were analyzed. Form the results for the dynamic braking force inspection equipment (H), a mean correction factor (y=18.61+2.18x) was obtained for the axle braking force ratio according to vehicle entering velocity.


Correction Factor;Regular Inspection of Vehicles;Dynamic Braking Force Inspection;Reliability;Vehicles In Service


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