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ISBN:
0803114087
Author:
B. Everett Gray
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English
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Astm Intl (December 1, 1990)
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STP; 1103) " the s y m p o s i u . .sponsored by ASTM Committee F13 on Safety and Traction for Footwear"-Foreword.

STP; 1103) " the s y m p o s i u . ASTM publication code number (PCN) 04-011030-47"-T. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 0-8031-1408-7 I. ongresses. 3. Falls (Accidents)-Congresses.

Papers of the ASTM symposium on title], held in Denver, October 1989, present a variety of viewpoints to stimulate additional investigation for the development of coefficient of friction principles and devices, the application of which could be helpful in better understanding the causes of pedestri.

In B. E. Gray (E., Slips, stumbles, and falls: Pedestrian footwear and . A systems perspective of slip and fall accidents on icy and snowy surfaces. Slip-resistance measurements for assessing pedestrian falls: Facts and fallacies., Slips, stumbles, and falls: Pedestrian footwear and surfaces, ASTM STP 1103 (pp. 73–81). Philadelphia: American Society for Testing and Materials. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Evans, . Hodgkinson, . Lambert, . & Wood, J. (2001). Ergonomics, 47, 573–598. Giles, . Saby, . & Cardew, K. (1964). In B. Evans (E., Accidental falls: Risk factors, prevention strategies and long-term outcomes (Chapter 6, pp. 105–125).

The Biomedical and Environmental Characteristics of Slips, Stumbles, and Falls in the Elderly. Improved Tribometry on Walking Surfaces. by ASTM International

The Biomedical and Environmental Characteristics of Slips, Stumbles, and Falls in the Elderly. Published: 9 March 2009. by ASTM International. in Slips, Stumbles, and Falls: Pedestrian Footwear and Surfaces. Slips, Stumbles, and Falls: Pedestrian Footwear and Surfaces pp 73-73; doi:10.

At high temperature it is generally admitted that pyramidal slip overrides twinning.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2012, . Twinning is often mentioned at room temperature where it is complementary to pyramidal slip for the accommodation of strains along the c-axis of the hexagonal cell. At high temperature it is generally admitted that pyramidal slip overrides twinning. Fig. 12(a) and (b) are micrographs of the same zone of a half sample before and after deformation (T 750 ET C, ¯ . 5 and ˙ ¯ . s −1 .Channel-die compression at high temperature.

ASTM Special Technical Publication. United States - SIR Ranking of United States. The purpose is to have a forum in which general doubts about the processes of publication in the journal, experiences and other issues derived from the publication of papers are resolved. Subject Area and Category. Engineering Engineering (miscellaneous). Materials Science Materials Science (miscellaneous). Conferences and Proceedings. Developed by: Powered by

Metrology of Pedestrian Locomotion and Slip Resistance (ASTM Special Technical Publication, 1424).

Metrology of Pedestrian Locomotion and Slip Resistance (ASTM Special Technical Publication, 1424). Metrology of Pedestrian Locomotion and Slip Resistance (ASTM Special Technical Publication, 1424). Download (pdf, . 2 Mb) Donate Read.

Series: Astm Special Technical Publication (Book 1058).

Some specific topics include assessment of slip severity among different age groups, an analysis of the sliding properties of workers' footwear and clothing on roof surfaces, and gaining consensus for slip resistance standards. There is no subject index. Annotation (c) Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.

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Papers of the ASTM symposium on [title], held in Denver, October 1989, present a variety of viewpoints to stimulate additional investigation for the development of coefficient of friction principles and devices, the application of which could be helpful in better understanding the causes of pedestrian falls. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.