2 edition of history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards found in the catalog.
history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards
Sanford C. Adler
|Statement||[by] Sanford C. Adler and BrianC. Pierman.|
|Series||NBS special publications -- 565|
|Contributions||Pierman, Brian C., National Bureau of Standards.|
Information on the Bureau's publications can be found in NBS Circular , Publications of the National Bureau of Standards ($) and its Supplement ($), available from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washing D.C. ANSI/NFSI B () Walkway Surface Auditing Guideline for the Measurements of Walkway Slip Resistance, American National Standards Institute, New York, NY, USA. 4.
National Standards American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) 4- industry specific Committees to address product slip resistance D - Floor Polishes - standard D C - Ceramic tile - standard C withdrawn 02/ F - Traction and Footwear - standard F, F Tribometer Testing. It has been the practice of those involved in evaluating walkway slip resistance to test the floor against a standard test foot under specified conditions and compare the results of that testing against a threshold. Those walkway surfaces that produce a friction coefficient above Cited by:
The objective of this study is to examine ground kinetics early in stance while walking on a contaminated surface and assess the potential of kinetics to quantify risk of slipping. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) recently registered a new technical report, "Using Variable Angle Tribometers (VAT) for Measurement of the Slip Resistance of Walkway Surfaces.
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Nationalbureauofstandards The NationalBureauofStandards' was established byan act ofCongresson March 3, The Bureau's overallgoal is tostrengthen andadvance the Nation's science technology. The report summarizes NBS research in the area of walkway and shoe slip-resistance measurement since and outlines current activities that will provide a technical basis for slip-resistance measurement.
The report summarizes NBS research in the area of walkway and shoe slip-resistance measurement since and outlines current activities that will provide a technical basis for slip-resistance 5/5(1). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adler, Sanford C.
History of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards. By Sanford C. Adler, joint author. Brian C. Pierman and United States. National Bureau of Standards. Special publication. A history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards.
NBS Special PublicationNational Bureau of Standards, Washing- ton, D.C. Andres, R.O. and Chaffin, D.B., Ergonomic analysis of slip-resistance measurements de- vices, Ergonomics, Cited by: 8. A history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards (National Bureau of Standards Special Publication ).
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington Google Scholar American National Standards Institute (ANSI).Author: In-Ju Kim. Vol NBS Special Publication A history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards Dec 1, 12/79 by Adler, Sanford C; Pierman, Brian C.
History of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards (Report No. NBS SP ). Washington, DC, USA: National Bureau of Standards. Ground and floor surfaces, general.
A history of walkway slip resistance at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS Special Publication ). Denver: National Bureau of Standards, Journal of Safety Research Allcott, G.
Slips, trips and fallsorking surfaces and industrial by: The research regarding walkway changes in level that provided the foundation for standards inand afterwards, was based on research with people who used wheelchairs. There is other research involving pedestrians who do not use ambulatory aids that show that the standards for changes in level may be applicable to them as by: Research highlights of the National Bureau of Standards: Annual report, fiscal year Dec 1, 12/ by A history of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards.
Dec 1, 12/ NBS/NIST Special Publications. References Adler, S. and Pierman, B.A History of Walkway Slip-Resistance Research at the National Bureau of Standards, NBS Andres, R.Essential Design Criteria for an Ergonomically Sound Portable Slip-Resistance Tester, and Other Field Measurement Considerations, University of Massachusetts Department of Exercise Science.
Adler, S.C., & Pierman, B.C. History of walkway slip-resistance research at the National Bureau of Standards (Report No. NBS SP ). Washington, DC, USA: National Bureau of Standards. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
(a). Standard test method for. There are a number of floor slip test methods established by standards-setting organizations that assess pedestrian slip resistance. Here we’ll review the most widely known and current ones.
They are distinguished by the devices used in the testing. Terms such as DCOF rating, coefficient of friction, slip coefficient, slip resistance rating, and friction coefficient all [ ]. In this paper three slip resistance measuring devices are evaluated: the National Bureau of Standards-Brungraber Tester, the Horizontal Pull Slipmeter, and the Pennsylvania Transportation Author: In-Ju Kim.
The main objective was to design and develop a prototype robot system for assessing slip resistance. The developed robot system will be able to be used for stochastic nature of friction in the. An overview of floor slip-resistance research with annotated bibliography, National Bureau of Standard, NBS Technical NoteUS Department of Commerce The effects of surface roughness on Author: In-Ju Kim.
The Sigler was invented in the midth century by Percy Sigler of the U.S. National Bureau of Standards (now NIST). British workers modified Sigler’s design to produce the modern pendulum (called the TRRL pendulum tester in the UK), which is for that reason sometimes known in the USA as the “British Pendulum.”.
& Res. National Bureau Standards, 40, A NEW CONCEPT IN FRICTION TESTING 25 Federal Test Method No.Standard No. (a). Dynamic coefficient of friction. 15th June JABLONSKY, R. Standardization of test measurement of floor slipperiness.
Walk- way Suryaces: Measurement of Slip Resistance. ASTM STPCited by:. Inas part of a walking surface safety investigation at the National Bureau of Standards, Sigler, Geib, and Boone 24 reported antislip coefficient (μ) test results obtained by using the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) slip resistance measuring device 25 on three in-service floors of linoleum, cellulose nitrite tile, and rubber tile.
The NBS tester was fitted with the standard Author: Robert H. Smith.The NBS/NIST Special Publication series, first published as the NBS Miscellaneous Publication series, is comprised of material that, because of its character or size, does not fit into any of the other regular publication series.
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