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Title: Research of Car Braking in Winter Conditions
Authors: Mitunevičius, Valentinas
Nagurnas, Saulius
Unarski, Jan
Wach, Wojciech
Keywords: analysis of road accidents
braking characteristics
initial speed
braking system
type of tires
winter road conditions
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas
Citation: Mitunevičius, V.; Nagurnas, S.; Unarski, J.; Wach, W. 2009. Research of car braking in winter conditions, in The 6th International Scientific Conference “TRANSBALTICA 2009”, April 22–23, 2009, Vilnius, Lithuania. Vilnius: Technika, 156–161.
Abstract: This paper presents research of some car braking characteristics in winter conditions, such as dependence of car deceleration on the road surface state, type of tires (studded or not), peculiarities of the car braking system (with anti-lock brake system (ABS) or without it). There were carried out braking experiments with cars at the mentioned road conditions – wet asphalt-concrete road surface and wet snow on it (initial speed, deceleration of cars were measured by the XL METER Pro Beta decelerometer). The experimentally obtained characteristics were analyzed by use of the SPSS software pack of mathematical statistics (the created statistical models were based on linear regression). The results of the carried out research processed by help of the software pack of mathematical statistics first of all are recommended to be applied to examinations of road accidents.
URI: http://dspace1.vgtu.lt/handle/1/623
ISSN: 2029-2376
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