1984-02-01

Tire Traction Testing Devices and Procedures - An Overview 840064

Various vehicle-based devices and procedures are used by the tire and automotive industries and by governmental and other agencies to measure tire traction in braking, driving, and cornering modes. Most testing activity is on wet, dry, and ice and snow covered surfaces.
This paper is an overview of the devices, concepts, and procedures used for tire traction testing in the outdoor environment.

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