Published: Jan 1962
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A theory is developed to show that the production of steam by the transformation of energy causes the decrease of skid-resisting properties of wet road surfaces at high speeds. The theory enables us to make quantitative computations regarding the relation between the friction coefficient and the speed.
Obertop, DH F
Chief Engineer, State Road Laboratory, The Hague,
Paper ID: STP44408S