2 edition of Offtracking characteristics of trucks and truck combinations. found in the catalog.
Offtracking characteristics of trucks and truck combinations.
Western Highway Institute. Sizes and Weights-Equipment Committee.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Research committee report no. 3|
|LC Classifications||TL230.3 .W47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 47 p.|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||79284924|
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Offtracking Characteristics of Trucks and Truck Combinations, Research Committee Report No. 3, Western Highway Institute, San Francisco: February 6. Glauz, W.D., and D.W.
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Sizes and Weights-Equipment Committee.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Tractor trailer combinations, Truck driving. 8 Description of truck configurations Rigid Trucks Coding GVM / GCM (tonnes) Potentially a modular combination 2-axle rigid R11 NA 3-axle rigid R12 NA 4-axle rigid R22 NA Rigid truck and pig trailer combinations (pig trailers have one axle or axle group in the centre of the trailer) Coding GVM / GCM (tonnes) Potentially aFile Size: KB.
In addition to the twin- or double-trailer truck and the Turnpike Double truck in the Green Book, there is another combination, the Rocky Mountain Double, that is also fairly common.
It appears as a cross between twin-trailer and Turn- pike Double trucks, combining a longer semitrailer and a. This is called “offtracking” or “cheating.” Figure to the right shows how offtracking causes the path followed by a tractor-semi to be wider than the rig itself.
Longer vehicles will offtrack more. The rear wheels of the powered unit (truck or tractor) will offtrack some, and the rear wheels of the trailer will offtrack even more. Larger turning vehicles exhibit offtracking characteristics.
Offtracking is a function of a truck’s spacing between tire axles. The maximum distance between a truck’s front (lead) axle and its rear (trailer) axle determines offtracking. It is measured from the center of the.
PHYSICAL AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY VEHICLES A wide variety of heavy vehicle types—including single-unit trucks, combination trucks with one, two, or three trailers, and buses—operate on U.S.
highways. These heavy vehicle types each have unique physical and performance characteristics that interact with highway features. The offtracking characteristics of the larger scenario trucks are markedly different from the standard baseline trucks on the road. Research for this study examined low-speed and high-speed offtracking and swept path width of the LCVs.
(See Figure VII) Table VII-1 presents the offtracking characteristics of the truck combinations evaluated. truck lengths were associated with only negligible operational traffic effects, however (6). Two investigation methods were employed during the study of larger truck turns at urban intersections.
A computer sim ulation technique was used to analyze the offtracking of dif ferent sizes of trucks during different turning maneuvers. The. Appendix A summarizes truck characteristics based on data from and Appendix B presents the results of field studies conducted at truck weigh stations to estimate selected truck characteristics.
Appendix C assesses the turn- ing performance of selected design vehicles, including their offtracking and swept path width. INTERSECTION CHANNELIZATION GUIDELINES FOR LONGER AND WIDER TRUCKS. Turning characteristics of large trucks, such as offtracking (the difference in paths of the front-most and rear-most inside wheels of a vehicle as it negotiates a turn) and swept-path width (the amount of offtracking plus the width of the truck), require special consideration in the design of at-grade intersections.
The combination unit of a truck-tractor and semi-trailer has different turning characteristics. These units have a turning radius and off-track pattern within each unit, but the amount of off-track depends upon the length of the combination and the wheel base of the units.
offtracking of the larger combination commercial vehicles (abridgment) Recent legislative enactments at all government levels have resulted in increases in trucks and tractor-trailer combinations. Sectiion / of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of called for a feasibility study of a national intercity truck route network for.
International Journal of Vehicle Safety; Vol No.2; Title: A simulation-based comparative study on lateral characteristics of trucks with double and triple trailers Authors: Yang Chen; Andrew W. Peterson; Ce Zhang; Mehdi Ahmadian. Addresses: Centre for Vehicle Systems and Safety, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA ' Centre for Vehicle Systems and Safety, Virginia.
The truck properties examined include braking distances, rollover thresholds, traffic capacity impacts, speed profiles on grades, passing sight distances, low‐speed offtracking at intersections, intersection capacity and signal timing, force effects in bridges, and pavement axle‐load equivalencies.
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The double drawbar dolly eliminates articulation of the conventional single drawbar converter dolly to improve the stability of multiple trailer truck combinations. It is usually provided with a self-steering axle to improve paper describes double drawbar dolly types, factors in.
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access control and access management amount of roadway width that a truck covers in negotiating a turn. equal to the amount of offtracking plus the width of the tractor unit.
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