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9 Unit 3: The Effect of Natural Forces on your Vehicle Page 9 of H.02(2) 03.H.02(3) 03.H.02(4) Banked roadways improve your traction in turns. They help in overcoming the centrifugal force that is pulling you away from the direction in which you want to turn. In order to keep a vehicle in a turn without allowing centrifugal force to pull the car out, you should: (a) decelerate before the curve, (b) brake gently and gradually while turning, and (c) downshift (manual transmission). Centrifugal force can be partly overcome by leaning toward the inside of the turn when driving a motorcycle or riding a bicycle. CDH: p I Forces in a crash 03.I.01 Forces in a crash, 03.I.01(1) In a crash: (a) the kinetic energy of your vehicle and body must be dissipated, (b) the forces needed to dissipate this energy are lower if the time period over which your vehicle moves during the crash is longer, and (c) if the car suddenly stops, the forces will be very high. 03.I.02 Forces in a crash, head-on collisions 03.I.02(1) The forces that stop your car during a crash will be greatest if you have a head-on collision with another vehicle or large immovable object, such as a bridge abutment, wall, or a tree, because the momentum and kinetic energy of your car must be absorbed almost instantaneously.

10 Unit 3: The Effect of Natural Forces on your Vehicle Page 10 of I.02(2) If two vehicles are involved in a collision moving at the same rate of speed, the vehicle that weighs less will take the greater impact. The larger and heavier the vehicle, the greater the energy and momentum. The smaller and lighter vehicle will have greater deceleration and may even be pushed in the reverse direction of travel. In some cases the smaller and lighter vehicle may be crushed as in: (a) a semi-truck against a sedan and (b) a train against a semi-truck The impact of a train against a vehicle can be compared to the impact of a vehicle on an aluminum can. 03.I.03 Forces in a crash, reducing them 03.I.03.(1) You can reduce the forces on you and your car during an unavoidable crash if you are able to redirect your path toward objects that will cause your car to stop over a greater distance, such as: (a) bushes rather than trees, (b) snow, (c) soft dirt, and (d) sand barrels placed in front of freeway abutments. CDH: p I.03.(2) The purpose of barrels fi lled with sand in front of an abutment (such as a support for a highway over pass) is to reduce the forces on your vehicle by allowing your vehicle to travel farther than if it hit the abutment directly.

11 Unit 3: The Effect of Natural Forces on your Vehicle Page 11 of I.03.(3) 03.I.03.(4) 03.I.03.(5) Modern vehicles have a number of features that reduce the forces on your body during a crash by absorbing energy and increasing the distance over which the impact occurs. These include: (a) crush zones (areas of the vehicle designed to absorb impact by crushing in without harming the passenger area of the vehicle), (b) I-beam construction in the frame and doors to give the vehicle more rigidity, (c) air bags, (which allow the momentum of your body to be absorbed over a slightly greater distance than if it hit the steering wheel or windshield), (d) energy-absorbing bumpers that reduce the effect of the kinetic energy during a front or rear-end collision, (e) padded dashboards, and (f) safety glass windows and windshields designed to crumble into small dull-edged pieces to reduce lacerations. If the force of impact is excessive, such as during a head on collision with another vehicle, the above safety features may still not be enough to prevent serious injury or death. Your seatbelt is the best protection against injury if you have in an accident. CDH: p. 48 CDH: p. 46

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