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Conditions affecting roll-over of road tankers

P. Van Manen

Conditions affecting roll-over of road tankers

by P. Van Manen

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Published by HSE Books in Sudbury .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Health and Safety Executive.

StatementP. Van Manen, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Limited.
SeriesHSE contract research report -- no.102
ContributionsFrazer-Nash Consultancy Limited., Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive.
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22342926M
ISBN 100717611361
OCLC/WorldCa59632645

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CRR / Conditions affecting roll over of road tankers Author: HSE, P Van Manen Subject: Conditions affecting roll over of road tankers Keywords: CRR /, conditions, roll over, road tankers Created Date: Tue Mar 29 Conditions affecting roll-over of road tankers.

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others of unusual conditions. • Environmental factors – Driving in the rain, snow, below freezing weather, fog, low light, and high wind situations increase the potential for rollover accidents to occur. These conditions can cause reduced traction, reduced visibility and can affect load stability.

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The danger on the top of the tanker is that the expansion and contraction of the fuel means that each compartment must be able to breathe (or the pressure in the tank could fracture it catastrophically). The factors outlined below indicates the various conditions that affect rollover risks.

Note that rollover accidents can occur at even lower speeds. Radius of the bend In a roundabout 25 metres in diameter there is a high risk for a heavily loaded timber trailer to roll over even at speeds of approximately 20 km/h.

The equivalent speedFile Size: 1MB. BULK OVER-THE-ROAD FOOD TANKER TRANSPORT SAFETY AND SECURITY GUIDELINES I. INTRODUCTION Information and recommendations contained in this document are intended as voluntary guidelines for the safe and secure transport and handling of over-the-road food tankers.

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Page 5 of 24 3. Definitions Road Tanker: A vehicle that has a tank whose capacity is greater than 3m 3 and which is structurally attached to or is an integral part of the vehicle. ISO Tank: (De-mountable)File Size: KB. Lateral stability requirements imposed by the Regulation for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (ADR) for road tankers add restrictions in the tank's CG height positioning.

An algorithm for load. driving conditions or in the dark of night. The truth is. 2/3 of rollovers occur during the day. with over half occurring on dry, straight roads. In fact, even excessive speed isn’t the highest contributing factor to rollover accidents. Only 28% of all cargo tank accidents involve driving too fast for conditions, and evasiveFile Size: 2MB.

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On land petroleum can be transported through a pipeline or in road tankers and. An experimental methodology is proposed to measure the rollover propensity of road tankers when subjected to lateral perturbations derived from steering manoeuvers. The testing principle involves subjecting a scaled down sprung tank to the elimination of a lateral acceleration, to analyze its rollovCited by: 2.

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Published 10 February Author: Office For Product Safety And Standards. An approximate method for the evaluation of the roll stiffness of road tankers T G Chondros*, G Michalos, P Michaelides, and E Fainekos Mechanical Engineering and. Road Tanker/Trailer Safety Features Balanced air-braking system (all axles) Fall protection harness Rear/side under-run protection Tank Hatch and dome roll-over protection Hatch and Dome cover latches Stop, tail and wide turn lights Side and rear reflective tape Bottom valves for each compartmentFile Size: KB.

Because road tankers have a very large surface area, they can accumulate very large amounts of charge, which in turn, creates the presence of very high voltages on the surface of the road tanker. For example, a truck with a capacitance of pico-farads that is electrified to 15, volts has milli-joules of potential spark energy.

You are driving a tank truck and the front wheels begin to skid. Which of the following will most likely occur? a) The truck will continue in a straight line regardless of how much you steer b) The effects of liquids surge will pull the tank from the truck c) The truck will roll over no matter how much you steer.Road Tanker Solutions Our manufacturing expertise, strategic relationships, and technical knowledge (of systems and integration) span the entire Bulk Liquid Transportation Supply Chain.

We build to all configurations and levels of complexity, from Rigid Mounted Tankers to Tanker Trailers, Barrel only constructions, Chassis and Running Gear. Failing to adjust speed: To curves in the road (mostly on and off ramps), as well the load being carried, condition of the brakes, road surface, and intersection conditions.

Speed was the biggest contributor to rollover crashes, being involved in .