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PhD Dissertations

PhD Dissertations by members of the Transportation Research Group

Goodrum, WJ.  'Whole-life modelling of full-depth asphalt pavements.'  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, November 2011.

Kienhöfer, FW.  ‘Heavy vehicle wheel slip control’  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, April 2011.

Miller, JI.  ‘Advanced Braking Systems for Heavy Vehicles’  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, September 2010.

Portillo, O.  ‘Fracture mechanics of bitumen and asphalt mixes’,  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, November 2009.

Costanzi, M.  ‘Modelling deformation of asphalt pavements’,  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, September 2009.

Cheng, C.  ‘Enhancing safety of actively-steered articulated vehicles’,  University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, March 2009.

Jujnovich, B.  ‘Active steering of heavy goods vehicles’, University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, 2005.

Ossa, A.  ‘Deformation behaviour of bitumen and bituminous mixes’, University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, 2005.

Stone, EJ.  ‘Semi-active anti-roll bars for heavy vehicles’, University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, 2004.’

Miege, A.JP,  ‘Active roll-control of an experimental articulated vehicle’, University of Cambridge, PhD Dissertation, 2004.

Jeppesen, BP,  ‘Enhancing safety in active suspension systems’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 2002.

Roebuck, R,  ‘Application of semi-active suspension control to heavy vehicles’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 2002.

Sampson, DJM, ‘Active roll control of articulated heavy vehicles’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 2000.

Harvey, JAF, ‘Bitumen films in tension’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 2000.

Fu, TT,  'An investigation of heavy vehicle suspension design', University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1998.

Deshpande, VS  'Steady-state deformation of bituminous mixes'  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1998.

Kitching, KJ  'Semi-active damping of heavy vehicles' University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1997.

Yap, DSC  ‘Energy confinement in imperfect periodic systems’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1996.

Dorling, RJ  ‘Integrated Control of Road Vehicle Dynamics’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1996.

Cheung, CY  ‘Mechanical behaviour of bitumen and bituminous mixes’,  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1995.

Potter, TEC  ‘Assessing the road damaging potential of heavy vehicles’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1995.

Lin, RC  ‘An investigation of active roll control for heavy vehicle suspensions’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1994.

Collop, AC  ‘Effects of traffic and temperature on flexible pavement wear’, University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1994.

Besinger, FH  ‘The performance of passive and semi–active suspensions for lorries’,  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1992.

Green, MF  ‘The dynamic response of short–span highway bridges to heavy vehicle loads’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1990.

Hardy, MSA  ‘The response of flexible pavements to dynamic tyre forces’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1990.

Cole, DJ  ‘Measurement and analysis of dynamic tyre forces generated by lorries’  University of Cambridge, PhD dissertation, 1990.

Cebon, D.  ‘An investigation of the dynamic interaction between wheeled vehicles and road surfaces‘. PhD dissertation, University of Cambridge, 1985.

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