Technology to Avoid Accidents in Overburdened Highways
International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering Volume 4, Issue 5, January-2017
Posted: 19 Jan 2017
Date Written: January 12, 2017
Techniques to mitigate blasting accidents are discussed. These include proper blast design, driller-blaster communication, inspection prior to loading and firing the blast, removing employees from the blast area, controlling access to the blast area, and using a blasting shelter. An experienced driller could detect potential problem areas such as voids, mud seams, incompetent rocks, and other irregularities by observing the progress of drilling. The drill log should include the details of any unusual or exceptional circumstances noticed during drilling. A blaster may need to alter the loading configuration to alleviate potential problems. Highway travel is the lifeblood of modern industrial nations. The larger roads are sorely over burdened: around the major cities, heavy usage slows most peak-hour travel on freeways to less than 60 kilometers per hour. In all excessive traffic causes more than five billion hours delay every year; it wastes countless gallons of fuel and needless multiplies exhaust emission. The main goal of this paper is to make the experience of driving less burdensome and accident less, especially on long trips. This can be achieved by making the highway itself part of the driving experience and integrating roadside technologies that would allow the overburdened highway system to be used more efficiently. The automobile will have automatic throttle, braking and steering control. Here is a system to host these cars consist of roadside sensors that obtain information about current traffic condition and rely them to receives in the automobile on the road. The automobile can be grouped together at highway speeds, 65-70MPH, no more than a few feet apart, which make better use of the available roadways. In this manner, the traffic system and the automobiles work together to bring passengers safely and quickly to their destination.
Keywords: integrating roadside technologies, overburdened highway system, automatic throttle, braking control, steering control
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