101 Tissue Toppers in Plastic Canvas (Fun-To-Stitch) by Laura Scott

By Laura Scott

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The vehicle is tested unloaded and achieves the theoretical minimum stop in 180 ft (from brake application). The initial speed was 60 mi/h. Ignoring aerodynamic resistance, what is the unloaded braking efficiency? 20 A driver is traveling at 90 mi/h down a 3% grade on good, wet pavement. An accident investigation team noted that braking skid marks started 410 ft before a parked car was hit at an estimated 45 mi/h. Ignoring air resistance, and using theoretical stopping distance, what was the braking efficiency of the car?

26 A driver traveling down a 4% grade collides with a roadside object in rainy conditions, and is issued a ticket for driving too fast for conditions. The posted speed limit is 65 mi/h. The accident investigation team determined the following: The vehicle was traveling 40 mi/h when it struck the object, braking skid marks started 205 ft before the struck object, the pavement is in good condition, and the braking efficiency of the vehicle was 93%. 015, should the driver appeal the ticket? Why or why not?

SOLUTION To begin, the engine speed must be computed so that the torque equation provided in the problem statement can be applied to determine the engine-generated tractive effort. This is done by applying Eq. 55 ft-lb The engine-generated tractive effort is (from Eq. 5, the available tractive effort for maximum acceleration, F, is the lesser of Fe or Fmax. Fmax for a front-wheel-drive car is computed using Eq. 15. 4 with poor, wet pavement), and frl from Eq. 0125 147 © 147 ¹ © ¹ Application of Eq.

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