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OTREC-RR-11-18 By Karen Dixon
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This research sought to evaluate the safety implications of advisory speeds at horizontal curves on Oregon rural two-lane highways. The goal of this research is to characterize driving at such curves... More > with advisory speed signs, and to determine what role the signs play in enhancing safety. Speed and signage compliance data was collected at 16 sites. Site crash data and an examination of how advisory speed relates to historic crash information are included with a statistical model that identifies critical variables associated with the posted speed and how they relate to the expected crash frequency. An advisory speed model was developed to assess predicted crash outcomes based on geometric design, operations, and signage. The resulting model was compared to advisory speeds based on Oregon policy and 2009 MUTCD thresholds. The safety-based model predicted advisory speeds that are less conservative than those recommended by the ball-bank thresholds in the 2009 MUTCD or the thresholds Oregon has been using.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-18 By Karen Dixon
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This research sought to evaluate the safety implications of advisory speeds at horizontal curves on Oregon rural two-lane highways. The goal of this research is to characterize driving at such curves... More > with advisory speed signs, and to determine what role the signs play in enhancing safety. Speed and signage compliance data was collected at 16 sites. Site crash data and an examination of how advisory speed relates to historic crash information are included with a statistical model that identifies critical variables associated with the posted speed and how they relate to the expected crash frequency. An advisory speed model was developed to assess predicted crash outcomes based on geometric design, operations, and signage. The resulting model was compared to advisory speeds based on Oregon policy and 2009 MUTCD thresholds. The safety-based model predicted advisory speeds that are less conservative than those recommended by the ball-bank thresholds in the 2009 MUTCD or the thresholds Oregon has been using.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-18 By Karen Dixon
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This research sought to evaluate the safety implications of advisory speeds at horizontal curves on Oregon rural two-lane highways. The goal of this research is to characterize driving at such curves... More > with advisory speed signs, and to determine what role the signs play in enhancing safety. Speed and signage compliance data was collected at 16 sites. Site crash data and an examination of how advisory speed relates to historic crash information are included with a statistical model that identifies critical variables associated with the posted speed and how they relate to the expected crash frequency. An advisory speed model was developed to assess predicted crash outcomes based on geometric design, operations, and signage. The resulting model was compared to advisory speeds based on Oregon policy and 2009 MUTCD thresholds. The safety-based model predicted advisory speeds that are less conservative than those recommended by the ball-bank thresholds in the 2009 MUTCD or the thresholds Oregon has been using.< Less
True Bowler Adjustments By Gary L. Oatis
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You may know how to bowl. Take a real look at how you can adjust! Bowling adjustments head to toe. The secret to a powerful release. How to string strikes! How to use your eyes. Lane play. How to... More > line up for corner pins. How to use your bowling shoulder. Your A, B, and C-Game! How to set up a bowling ball arsenal. What ball is right for your speed. How to have balance at the line. How to read the lanes in practice. Thousands have joined the TrueBowler Nation. You have to work through my book, you can't just read it! You know how to bowl, I "will" show you how to adjust!< Less
True Bowler Adjustments By Gary L. Oatis
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You may know how to bowl. Take a real look at how you can adjust! Bowling adjustments head to toe. The secret to a powerful release. How to string strikes! How to use your eyes. Lane Play. How to... More > line up for corner pins. How to use your bowling shoulder. Your A, B, and C-Game! How to set up a bowling ball arsenal. What ball is right for your speed. How to have balance at the line. How to read the lanes in practice. Thousands have joined the TrueBowler Nation. You have to work through my book, you can't just read it. You know how to bowl, I "will" show you how to adjust!< Less
The Scientific Truth of the Golf Swing By Steen Winther
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The difference in driving distance between short and long hitting professionals is remarkably small. How can short and skinny players hit the ball 280 yards with what appears to be effortless swings?... More > What do they know that we do not know? What is the true source of power in the golf swing and how do you apply it to your own game? These are some of the questions that will be answered in this guide.< Less
Storm Large - photographs by Laura Domela By Laura Domela
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This monograph is a selection of photos from a session with Storm Large in July 2005. My motivation for photographing Storm came from watching her perform onstage. Beyond her incredible vocal... More > talent, her musicality, and her obvious physical beauty, she is a passionate artist who visually exudes an enormous power and range of emotion. I was inspired to capture this emotion and passion photographically. Storm delivered the same emotional energy and professionalism as a model that I had seen when she performed with her band. We developed a great rapport in the studio, speeding through some of the most productive sessions I’ve ever experienced as a photographer. Storm was creative, dynamic, and playful in front of the camera, and I was thrilled with our results. For a preview of some of the images in this book, visit www.domela.com.< Less
A Guide to Perfect Golf Swing By Jason Wells
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Driving the golf ball further isn't about how hard you are swinging the club. There are so many factors that could be causing you not to have the ability to get the ball down the fairway. You might... More > have a curve in the ball and you cannot figure out how to straighten out the ball. Could you imagine if you could just straighten out the shot how far the ball really would travel? You can learn everything you need to know about the game of golf that will help you drive the ball down the fairway. Your equipment and golf clubs are based on more than just what looks and feels good. You might have the most expensive clubs you can buy but if they are not right for your type of swing then they will do you no good. There are so many factors that can cause you to have a short drive when you play golf. The key is learning about your game and how you are golfing. Know what is right for you when it comes to equipment and all of the things that can cause a drive to come up short.< Less
Mechanics Direction of Acceleration By Homework Help Classof1
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"A 2.0 kg ball swings in a vertical circle on the end of an 80cm long string. The tension in the string is 20N when its angle from the highest point on the circle is 30 deg a. What is the... More > ball’s speed, when angle is 30 deg? b. What is the magnitude of the ball’s acceleration, when angle is 30 deg? c. What is the direction of the ball’s acceleration angle is 30 deg? Give the direction as an angle from the r-axis. "< Less
Good to Great Goaltending By Adam Platzer
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To become GOOD at this position, lacrosse goaltenders must first master all the essential techniques that come with job. These are techniques such as the ready position, communication skills, top... More > hand movement, stepping to the ball, positioning in the crease and clearing the ball. To become GREAT at this position, goaltenders must also be able to enhance their all around speed. While many consider speed to be defined by how fast they can run, goaltenders must consider how fast they react to make a save. This book will provide you with both the essential goaltender techniques that will make you good, as well as the unique speed training drills that will make you great. These unique drills are centered on training the four human elements that help make a lacrosse save: mind/body, eye perception, reaction time and movement speed. Furthermore, a training technique called shadow goaltending is introduced that compliments many of the drills and drastically improves overall technique.< Less