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Research Article

Probability Model of Hangzhou Bay Bridge Vehicle Loads Using Weigh-in-Motion Data

Table 1

Statistical characteristics of the vehicle loads.

DateVehicle numberMean value/tonStandard deviation/tonCoefficient of variationMaximum value/ton

20120916740811.293459.7874910.86665265.5
20120926739913.1560410.880080.82700272.4
20121102146277.91368710.330941.30545272.7
20121103113518.19934410.549721.28665473.5
20121106132638.94877111.302861.26306375.1
20121107136418.58780510.702171.24620580.95
20121110104268.5812311.28731.315347124.4
20121111116947.4990429.3443681.24607571.3
20121112116338.4135059.9370821.18108771.5
20121114142327.8079479.6953311.24172689.2
20121127120808.34138710.460411.254038103.5
20121128117718.0374619.977011.241314102.3
20130101104596.5237839.9565161.52618770.4
20130102108356.87878210.379061.50885169.9

Note that the vehicle number of Table 1 is just that of one direction of vehicles compared to the average vehicle number of 23000 per day in two directions.

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