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Course: ECI 161, Winter 2012
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Dynamics: Vehicle Braking Principle Critical in the determination of stopping sight distance, roadway surface design, and accident avoidance systems Outline Principles of Braking Braking Forces and Distribution Antilock Braking Systems Braking distances Safe braking distance ECI 161 Winter 12 2 Time-space diagram dx = v (t ) dt 2 d x dv = = a (t ) 2 dt dt 3 d x da = = j (t ) 3 dt dt 3 ECI 161 Winter 12...

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