State's Successful Practices Weigh-in-Motion Handbook, December 1997

(1997) State's Successful Practices Weigh-in-Motion Handbook, December 1997. Iowa State University

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The purpose of the State's Successful Practices Weigh-in- Motion Handbook is to provide practical advice for users of weigh-in-motion (WIM) technology, systems, sites, and states' "Successful Practices" using WIM systems. The states selected for each WIM system discussed in this Handbook are: California plate, Missouri for piezoelectric sensors, and Oregon for load cell. The Handbook covers several areas including quality assurance, site maintenance, trouble-shooting, site characteristics, and WIM system description, installation, and calibration. Throughout the Handbook, several "Tricks of the Trade" are highlighted to reinforce some of the successful practices being used.

Item Type: Book
Keywords: Author: McCall, Bill M; Contributor(s): Vodrazka, Walter C., Jr; Iowa State University. Center for Transportation Research and Education | United States. Federal Highway Administration; Motor vehicle scales - United States; Trucks - Weight - Measurement
Subjects: State government
Transportation > Motor vehicles > Trucks
Transportation > Data and Information Technology > Intelligent transportation systems
ID Code: 43738
Deposited By: Pamela Rees
Deposited On: 28 Mar 2023 13:36
Last Modified: 28 Mar 2023 13:36