November 4, 2004
8 a.m. to 3 p.m
at MN/Dot District One Headquarters
1123 Mesaba Avenue, Duluth MN
The Public is Cordially Invited
Research Day 2004, a day to learn about innovative transportation research projects impacting the Northland, will be held November 4 from 8 a.m. To 3 p.m. at Mn/DOT District One Headquarters, 1123 Mesaba Avenue in Duluth. The event is co-sponsosred by NATSRL (Northland Advanced Transportation Systems Research Laboratories, UMD) and Mn/DOT District One.
For more information and a program schedule, call (218) 726-7446 or email email@example.com.
- NATSRL is supported through the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD), The University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies (CTS), Intelligent Transporation Systems (ITS) Institute, and Graduate School and Mn/DOT.
Schedule of Research Papers and Poster Presentations Listed Here:
Development of Flexural Vibration Inspection Techniques to Rapidly Assess the Structural Health of Rural Bridge Systems. Brian K. Brashaw and Robert J. Vatalaro
Inductive Loop Detector Vehicle Signature Analysis Using Vehicle Magnetic Field Models, Simulations and Measurements. Timothy Delf *, David Keranen, and Dr. Stanley Burns
Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC)
Special Events Traffic Flow Study - Mobility Monitoring and Performance Measure via the Dynamic Traffic Time Prediction. Nan Zhang*, Feng Qian*, Nan Yang* and Dr. Jiann-Shiou Yang
Life Cycle Costing: A Generalized Fleet Asset
Model. Santiago Erquicia* and Dr. David A. Wyrick
Life Cycle Costing and Utilization for Mn/DOT.
Andy Sivanich*, Nirish Dhruv* and
Dr. David A. Wyrick
Mn/DOT Senior Design Project. Nate Hartman*,
Andy Wagner*, and Tim Dorau* and
Dr. David A. Wyrick
Benchmarking Fleet Management Performance.
Brandon Storhaug* and Dr. David A. Wyrick
Magnetoresistive Sensors for Vehicle Identification.
Zachary Serre* and Dr. Stanley Burns
Natural Frequency of Vibration of Timber Bridges.
Joseph Erickson*, Fenghuan Wang*, Dr. Guihua Fei,
Dr. Zhuangyi Liu, Dr. Harlan Stech and
Dr. Steven Trogdon
(*) identifies UMD student (___) identifies the project PI