Experimental study on the high-speed frictional behavior between the tire and asphalt pavement


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Driving speed, pavement type, surface characteristics, intermediate media, and tire properties are the key factors influencing the frictional behavior between tire and pavement. Although there are many kinds of equipment for friction coefficient tests based on the rubber-pavement contact mechanism, there is still a lack of equipment that can simulate the skid resistance behavior of high-speed vehicles based on real tire in the laboratory. Therefore, High-speed Friction Testing (HSFT) equipment was developed based on real tire loading, which well solves the deficiency of the current test methods. Based on this test platform, multi-factor coupling skid resistance tests were carried out on the asphalt concrete (AC-10/13/16) and the Open-Graded Friction Coarse (OGFC-10/13/16) samples. Statistical comparison and nonlinear fitting analysis were conducted on the results under various loading conditions The results show that driving speed, water film thickness, and tire load are all negatively correlated with skid resistance, and their influence extent can be ranked as water film thickness > tire load > driving speed. The established mu HSFT skid resistance model based on multi-factor coupling shows high reliability, which can be used as the basis for pavement construction and is an important reference for future unmanned driving technology.
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Skid resistance,Tire -pavement interactions,High-speed Friction Testing (HSFT) equipment,Dynamic friction coefficient,Asphalt pavement
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