Road load data acquisition system with SAE-J1939 communications network: integration and laboratory test
AuthorsOrellana Cruz, Oscar
AdvisorsRodríguez González, Ciro Ángel
Siller Carrillo, Héctor Rafael
Committee Member / SinodalMartínez Romero, Oscar
Guedea Elizalde, Federico
DisciplineIngeniería y Ciencias Aplicadas / Engineering & Applied Sciences
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This thesis discloses the results of a reliability analysis (R&R Study) through comparative method to validate a data acquisition (DAQ) system developed and built as a prototype. The laboratory conditions were established in order to test and validate the prototype when it acquires signals from accelerometers and strain gages as well as parameters taken from the electronic control unit (ECU), in this case a truck.
The prototype equipment is composed of 9030 Compact RIO system with NI 9862 module for Controller Area Network (CAN) SAE J1939 and NI 9206 for analog inputs. 800 Hz sampling rate is programmed with LabVIEW code to acquire, store and analyze information.
For the truck parameters, the code developed by Armando Ramírez in his research  was replicated and integrated into the code developed for the acquisition of signals with a user-friendly and versatile interface. The parameters are accelerator pedal position, engine speed, engine coolant temperature and wheel-based vehicle speed, with these parameters is possible to analyze the driving mode during the road tests.
Instrumentation for acceleration was developed on a shaker to acquire the data, the frequency and wave amplitude were controlled by the use of a signal generator and signal amplifier. The reference data is acquired by a Brüel & Kjaer (B&K) module model 3160-A pattern equipment with PULSE Time Data Recorder software.
Instrumentation for strain measurements was developed by simulating the strain gage measurement using a variable precision resistor. The reference data is acquired by a B & K module model 3160-A pattern equipment with PULSE Time Data Recorder software and two multimeters: OTC 55 series and MUL-280. The analysis range for these measurements is 0 to 80 Hz.
The selected equipment demonstrated the DAQ system capability to perform vibration and deformation measurements with a resolution of 0.1 g and 100 μɛ respectively in the frequency range from 0 to 80 Hz, as well as obtain parameters from CAN J1939 protocol at the same time.