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Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways

H. W. Kummer

Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways

by H. W. Kummer

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Published by Highway Research Board, National Research Council in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- Skid resistance -- Testing,
  • Motor vehicles -- Skidding

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[by] H. W. Kummer and W. E. Meyer.
    SeriesNational Cooperative Highway Research Program. Report ;, 37, NAS-NRC publication, 1541, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 37., Publication (National Research Council (U.S.)) ;, no. 1541.
    ContributionsMeyer, Wolfgang E., 1910- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTE7 .N25 no. 37, TE250 .N25 no. 37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5561609M
    LC Control Number67061501

    Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways. NCHRP, Rept. 37, Publication of this paper sponsored by Committee on Surface Properties-Vehicle Interaction. *Mr. McDonald and Mr. Kobett were with the Midwest Research Institute when this research was performed. Relation of Accidents and Pavement Friction on Rural, Two-Lane Roads. Develop a performance-based practice for applying signs on roadway curves that realistically relates to the safe operation of the roadway curve. Develop a practice for applying signs on roadway curves that consistently uses additional devices and/or messages as roadway curves become more critical.

      Road Research Road Note No"Instruction for using British Portable Skid Resistance Tester" Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, RRL HMSO London,Year 2. NCHRP Report No"Tentative skid resistance requirements for main rural highways, HRB" Year 3. Method of Test of Abrasion resistance of concrete as per IS .   For book authors; News; About. About us; About our journals; About our archives; About our eBooks; Contact; Home; Highways; Wet skid resistance Open PDF. Highways. Next > Prev Highways, Fifth edition. Wet skid resistance Authors: David Woodward, x. DavidWoodward. Search for articles by this author.

    Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways / [by] H.W. Kummer and W.E. Meyer. TE 7 N25 NO Traffic attraction of rural outdoor recreational areas. Skid Resistance and Pavement Marking Materials Alister Harlow _____ Roadnote 27) no less than seven days after application the skid resistance on an unbeaded test plate shall be not less than 30 BPN. As an alternative the skid resistance when tested on a beaded test plate, shall not be less than 30 BPN for approval as “reflectorised only.


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Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways (National Cooperative Highway Research Program. Report)Author: H. W Kummer. Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways by H. Kummer,Highway Research Board, National Research Council edition, in EnglishPages: Get this from a library.

Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways. [H W Kummer; W E Meyer]. tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways THE CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE ON PAVEMENT SKID RESISTANCE IS REVIEWED AND THE CAUSES OF SLIPPERINESS, THE MECHANISM OF TIRE-ROAD FRICTION, AND ROAD FRICTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES ARE DISCUSSED.

Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways / Author: [by] H.W. Kummer and W.E. Meyer. --Publication info: [Washington]: Highway. Kummer and W. Meyer, “Tentative Skid-Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways,” Highway Research Board, National Cooperative Highway Research Program Rep 80p.

Google ScholarCited by: Tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways. Kummer, H. (Hartwig W.), Tentative Interim Skid Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways Summary of Crashes at Pavement Grooving Locations in Los Angeles Wet Surface Crashes on the Jones Falls Expressway Ontario's Wet Crash Reduction Program Results Relationship of Crashes to Traffic Volumes.

in addition, nchrp rep "tentative skid-resistance requirements for main rural highways", by h. kummer and w. meyer is briefly discussed. Supplemental Notes: 27 Pp, 4 TaB, 12 FIGAuthor: H A Smith. Introduction Slip resistance for pedestrians and skid resistance of tires on the road are important to safety in traversing walks and streets.

While many variables influence slip and skid resistance, interlocking concrete pavements offer surface characteristics that provide resistance and added safety when compared to other pavement surfaces. K ummer, H.W., M eyer W.E, Tentative Skid Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways, National Co-operative Highway Research Program, Report no.

37, Highway Research Board, USA, [5] N eill A.H., B oyd P.L. and H inch I., Filtering Techniques for Measuring Peak Braking Coefficient. Tire Science and Technology, 6 (4),pp.

SELECTION OF TENTATIVE SN4o GUIDELINES Tentative Skid­ Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways. NCHRP Rept. 37, 2. Whitehurst. Field Test and Evaluation Cen­ rials and mixes in place, traffic requirements, func­ tional class, highway geometry, and environmental con­.

• Highway Safety Act of “ Each State shall have a highway safety program designed to reduce traffic accidents and deaths, injuries, and property damage surveillance of traffic for detection and correction of high or potentially high accident locations ” • NCHRP report 37 “Tentative Skid Resistance Requirements “.

Skid resistance is the force developed when a tire that is prevented from rotating slides on a pavement surface (Highway Research Board, ). Skid resistance is an important pavement safety evaluation parameter because poor skid resistance can lead to skidding accidents and inadequate braking distance during emergency by: management of skid resistance.

The main changes are outlined below: • Providing more detailed guidance for managing skid resistance on the State Highway Network.

• Providing more formalised responsibility for all skid resistance practitioners. • Updating and including Curve Risk Analysis within the specification for rural curves. Tentative Skid-Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways, NCHRP Rep National Transportation Safety Board.

Safety Effectiveness Evaluation: Selected State Highway Skid Resistance Programs, Report NTSB-SEE, Washington, DC, Sept. (1) Current pavement design practices should be evaluated to ensure that skid resistance properties are durable and suitable for the needs of traffic.

Consideration of skid resistance levels, texture, aggregate availability, traffic volume, traffic speed, type of facility, rainfall.

Tentative Skid Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways. National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report No. 37, Highway Research Board, Washington D.C. Mississippi Department of. The predecessor of this document was the Guide for Selecting, Locating, and Designing Traffic Barriers.

Another historically important document by AASHTO was the publication Highway Design and Operating Practices Related to Highway Safety.

and Meyer, "Tentative Skid Resistance Requirements for Main Rural Highways," NCHRP. Abstract. Pavement markings are the most widely used road traffic control device. However, such markings have a finite lifespan due to normal wear and tear of the road.

They must be eventually removed and subsequently replaced. During highway construction, the use and subsequent removal of temporary pavement markings are common : Ralph D. Ellis, Jae-Ho Pyeon, Seung-Hyun Lee, Booil Kim. 4) NCHRP Report No, “Tentative skid resistance requirements for main rural highways, HRB”, 5) Method of Test of Abrasion resistance of concrete as per IS .Applicable for rural roads (not just PMGSY) Some differences with MORTH specifications (only some – not many) Requirements specified Materials quality (acceptance standards) Workmanship quality (acceptance standards) Construction operations Methodology of construction (appropriate equipment) Sequencing of operationsFile Size: KB.Design Manual for Roads and Bridges.

Find documents by disciplines. The Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) contains information about current standards relating to the design, assessment and operation of motorway and all-purpose trunk roads in the United Kingdom.