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Load-Measuring Mat and Weigh-in-Motion

  1. Cole. DJ. and Cebon, D.  ‘A capacitative strip sensor for measuring dynamic tyre forces’.  Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Road Traffic Monitoring. IEE, London, February 1989.
  2. Cebon, D.  ‘Design of multiple-sensor weigh-in-motion systems’  J. Automobile Engineering  Proc. I.Mech.E., Vol 204, Part D, 1990.
  3. Cebon, D and Winkler, CB.  ‘Multiple-sensor weigh-in-motion: Theory and experiments’  Transportation Research Record 1311, TRB, 1992.
  4. Cole, DJ and Cebon, D  ‘Performance and application of a capacitative strip tyre force sensor’  Proc 6th Int. Conf. on Road Traffic Monitoring, London, April 1992
  5. Collop, AC, Potter, TEC, Cebon, D, Cole, DJ.  ‘Investigation of spatial repeatability using a tire force measuring mat’, TRB Transportation Research Record 1448, pp1-7, 1994.
  6. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Cole DJ, Collop AC.  ‘An investigation of road damage due to measured dynamic tyre forces’.  J. Auto. Eng, IMech E Vol 209, No D1, pp9–24, 1995.
  7. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Collop AC, Cole DJ.  ‘Road–damaging potential of measured dynamic tyre forces in mixed traffic’  J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 210, No D3, pp215-225, 1996
  8. Cole DJ, Collop AC, Potter TEC, Cebon D.  ‘Spatial repeatability of measured dynamic tyre forces’. J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 210, No D3, pp185-197, 1996.
  9. LK Stergioulas,  D Cebon and MD Macleod,  ‘Static Weight Estimation and System Design for Multiple-Sensor Weigh-in-Motion’  J. Mech. Eng. Sci., Vol 214, pp1019-1035, 2000, IMech E.

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