Analysis of the effect of the TyreSense tire monitoring system on tire performance: a case study

CIM Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2014

J. Zhou
Fountain Tire Mine Service Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

R. A. Hall
Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

S. Klingmann
JDS Energy and Mining Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Dans cet article, nous utilisons des données provenant de la mine Gibraltar pour analyser l’effet du système de suivi de pneus TyreSense sur le rendement des pneus en réduisant l’usure des pneus et en prévenant la défaillance prématurée ou des dommages aux pneus. Nous analysons la relation entre la température du pneu, la pression du pneu et la défaillance ou les dommages au pneu pour mieux comprendre l’importance de contrôler les températures et les pressions élevées des pneus. Les résultats renforcent et accroissent notre compréhension d’une gestion optimale de la température et de la pression de fonctionnement des pneus.
Résumé Dans cet article, nous utilisons des données provenant de la mine Gibraltar pour analyser l’effet du système de suivi de pneus TyreSense sur le rendement des pneus en réduisant l’usure des pneus et en prévenant la défaillance prématurée ou des dommages aux pneus. Nous analysons la relation entre la température du pneu, la pression du pneu et la défaillance ou les dommages au pneu pour mieux comprendre l’importance de contrôler les températures et les pressions élevées des pneus. Les résultats renforcent et accroissent notre compréhension d’une gestion optimale de la température et de la pression de fonctionnement des pneus.
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