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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Localizing Of The Data Storing Structure By Means Of Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

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Sivaraos, M.J.Raguvaran, R.Sundram, J.Usha



Tyre Safety, Tyre Pressure, Tyre Temperature, TPMS and LabVIEW



Tyre pressure plays an important role in ensuring safe opration and performance of a motor vehicle. Improper monitoring of tyre pressure always results in reduction of gas mileage, tyre life, vehicle safety and performance. Studies reflect that properly inflated tyres can increase tyre life span up to 20% which is equivalent to extra 9 months of its life span; saves fuel from 4% to 10%; increase braking efficiency up to 20%; lightens steering system and ease self-steer. Monitoring proper tyre pressure using manual gauges are less effective as they tend to provide slight gap at the valve for air leakage during pressure checking. Therefore a device called Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is used in the current research to efficiently monitor tyre pressure and temperature in a tyre of a motor vehicle which then generates a signal indicative of the pressure and temperature in each of the tyre thus increasing the monitoring system efficiency of a vehicle and its safety. This paper presents a cost effective real-time data plotting application based on LabVIEW graphical user interface using a TPMS device. Notably, the entire system is tailored to the situation whereby with the existence of this interface; tyre researchers, engineers and scientist would able to effectively monitor and simultaneously plot the tyre pressure and temperature data even at dynamic condition.



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