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Dahmen-Saupe Method 5 years, 7 months ago #26912

  • kraig
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During my Saturday morning reading, I found this gem:

www.inf.uni-konstanz.de/gk/pubsys/publishedFiles/DaSa11.pdf


It is probably the best thing I've seen written on the topic. I think the methodology and ideas in it are very intriguing.

Things that stuck with me:

1) I'm not so sure that the equation of motion they use is correct (Crr is probably a function of speed on non-smooth surfaces)

2) their assessment/commentary of robustness of parameters as a function of calibration venue slope (vary the venue altitude, but not too much)

3) their specification of various filters during data reduction (kalman and savitzky-golay)

4) their methodology around using DGPS to measure calibration venue altitude profile (and subsequently combining it with derived elevation values by back-solving the equation of motion based on power meter data...i.e-> virtual elevation).

There's plenty more good stuff in there to think about during your next round of field testing!
-kraig

Last Edit: 5 years, 7 months ago by kraig. Reason: fixed link

Re: Dahmen-Saupe Method 5 years, 7 months ago #26915

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Saw the link on the front page, but have only read the first page or so. Will try to read it all when I get the time - hopefully before "field testing season" starts here

Thanks for sharing.
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