PIARC 2006: XIIth Winter Road Congress 27-30 March 2006, Torino, Italy: translation into Japanese of four papers concerning the Swedish Winter Model

Gudrun Öberg

This report is a translation into Japanese of four papers concerning the Swedish Winter Model presented at PIARC XII International Winter Road Congress, held 27-30 March 2006 in Torino, Italy. The papers are published in English in VTI notat 19A-2006.

The four papers are:

  • Carl-Gustaf Wallman: The Winter Model
  • A Winter Maintenance Management System.
  • Staffan Möller: Winter Road Condition Model.
  • Anna Bergström: Variation of car accident risk during winter.
  • Göran Blomqvist: The environmental sub-model of the Swedish Winter Model - from real world data to a modelled scenario.



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