ISWIM is producing a series of “Practitioners’ Guides” publications aimed to provide WIM practitioners, technicians, and end-users with a series of guides illustrating “best practices” about the various aspects of WIM technology and its applications.
I am happy to present the second publication in this series; the use of ‘WIM Data for Bridge Engineering’. It describes what is considered a good practice in the use of weigh-in-motion (WIM) data for bridge-related applications and assumes no prior knowledge of WIM. The guide focuses on the use of WIM data rather than on the data collection process itself.
This document does not circumvent any available standard WIM specifications. Any comments or questions for this guide could be provided by email to: email@example.com.