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ISO 28580

Passenger car, truck and bus tyres - Methods of measuring rolling resistance - Single point test and correlation of measurement results

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 July 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Tyres in general): 83.160.01
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This document specifies methods for measuring rolling resistance, under controlled laboratory conditions, for new pneumatic tyres designed primarily for use on passenger cars, trucks and buses. This document is not applicable to tyres intended for temporary use only. It includes a method for correlating measurement results to allow inter-laboratory comparisons. It is designed to facilitate international cooperation and, possibly, regulation building.

Measurement of tyres using this method enables comparisons to be made between the rolling resistance of new test tyres when they are free-rolling straight ahead, in a position perpendicular to the drum outer surface, and in steady-state conditions.

Document History

ISO 28580
July 1, 2018
Passenger car, truck and bus tyres - Methods of measuring rolling resistance - Single point test and correlation of measurement results
This document specifies methods for measuring rolling resistance, under controlled laboratory conditions, for new pneumatic tyres designed primarily for use on passenger cars, trucks and buses. This...
July 1, 2009
Passenger car, truck and bus tyres — Methods of measuring rolling resistance — Single point test and correlation of measurement results
This International Standard specifies methods for measuring rolling resistance, under controlled laboratory conditions, for new pneumatic tyres designed primarily for use on passenger cars, trucks...

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