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A Study on Acceleration of Transient Brake Section and Skidding Section

불완전 제동구간과 활주구간의 감속도 변화에 대한 연구

  • Received : 2012.03.19
  • Accepted : 2012.07.10
  • Published : 2012.10.31

Abstract

Driver ordinarily takes sudden braking when urgent situation is developed or when the vehicle is involved in an unexpected accident. Therefore, the most common trace at a traffic accident scene is skid mark. Currently, in investigating traffic accident, overspeed is determined by the length of skid mark. However, in order to identify accurate cause of accident, estimation of pre-braking speed which takes into account speed reduction during transient time should be considered as a requirement. In a recent study, several ways to estimate pre-braking speed were suggested, but none considered to differentiate the decelerating transient brake section and skidding section. This study analyzed trends of decelerating transient brake section and skidding section by real braking test.

Keywords

Braking Distance;Pre-Braking Speed;Skid Mark;Skidding Section;Transient Brake Section

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