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Application of chebyshev`s theorem for estimating CO2 emissions due to overloading of heavy duty diesel trucks
MARIA DEL CONSUELO PATRICIA TORRES FALCON
ALEJANDRO ALFREDO LOZANO GUZMAN
JOSE ANTONIO ROMERO NAVARRETE
ISRAEL AGUILERA NAVARRETE
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Artículo
Inglés
2014
The number of heavy duty diesel trucks (HDDT) loaded beyond the authorized limits is high. This overload causes additional CO2 emissions that significantly increase the amount of pollutants emitted into the atmosphere. Measuring these emissions is complicated because it is required to know the truck s operating conditions at all times. That is, it would be necessary to know truck s speed, acceleration, load, and road roughness and slope. Certainly, recording these data for all vehicles at all times is impractical. In this work, a methodology for estimating these emissions from circulating overloaded and/or speeding trucks, based on the application of Chebyshev s theorem, is presented.
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