4 edition of An investigation of headlight glare as related to lateral separation of vehicles found in the catalog.
An investigation of headlight glare as related to lateral separation of vehicles
Lee A. Webster
by University of Illinois, Engineering Publications Office in [Urbana
Written in English
|Statement||by L. A. Webster [and] F. R. Yeatman.|
|Series||Illinois cooperative highway research program series,, no. 87., University of Illinois bulletin, v. 65, no. 87., University of Illinois bulletin, v. 65, no. 87|
|Contributions||Yeatman, F. R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TL273 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||68064854|
A PRELIMINARY COST-BENEFIT STUDY OF HEADLIGHT GLARE REDUCTION by Roger H. Hemion SwRI Project No. Final Report on Phase V of a Study for the Bureau of Public Roads Federal Hi~hway Administration U. S. Department of Transportation Contract No. CPR 31 March Approved: John M. Clark, Jr., Director. AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF GLARE AND RESTRUCTURED FIBER METAL LAMINATES by Adelina Vanessa Benedict A Thesis Submitted to the College of Engineering, Department of Aerospace Engineering in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
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it takes how many seconds after exposure to headlight glare for the pupil to adapt once again to dark conditions - The headlight performance was based on how far the lights illuminated the path of the vehicle both straight ahead and to the sides, and how much glare was put out to drivers of oncoming traffic.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Prepared as part of an investigation conducted by the Engineering Experiment Station, University of Illinois, in cooperation with the State of Illinois Division of Highways and the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, Project IHR Tolerable levels of headlight glare as related.
ABSTRACT THE HEADLIGHT GLARE PROJECT WAS INITIATED IN THE FALL OF TO STUDY THE TOLERABLE LEVELS OF HEADLIGHT GLARE AS RELATED TO MEDIAN PERFORMANCE. THIS REPORT, WHICH COVERS THE WORK OF THE PROJECT, BEGINS (PART I) WITH A DISCUSSION OF THE CURRENT STATUS OF KNOWLEDGE ON HEADLIGHT GLARE.
lateral. An Investigation of Headlamp Glare: Intensity, Spectrum and Size 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) glare. Key Words headlamp, headlight, disability glare, discomfort glare, spectral power distribution, forward lighting, field study sources used for forward lighting on vehicles, and to the visual characteristics of drivers who.
This latter work related specifically to the effects of lateral separation on glare but included a thorough historical review and detailed discussion of the over all headlight glare problem as well as an extensive bibliography. A further ':'Superscript numbers in parentheses refer File Size: 5MB.
Glare illuminances (after Sivak et al., ). Glare illuminance reaching the eyes of an oncoming driver on curves with a radius of m from US and European low beams, with nominal aim and a 10 degree beam shift into the curve (also included are illuminances needed for a de Boer discomfort glare rating of 4—threshold of glare tolerance).
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Speed of Vision Without Glare Except for the very small illumination received from the glare source by reflection from the walls which were plaster of a tan color, the test-objects were illuminated by a watt frosted Mazda C lamp in a metal reflector. The glare source was a 21 candlepower model A Ford head.
light placed feet from the. A2A Eye Gear??. Seriously dude!!. Are you still trying to defend yourself. Pay them back in the same coin. And that means get your car equipped with even more brighter and whiter set of lights and glare them back.
When faced by same trouble due t. Investigating the Influence of Headlight Glare and Aim on Risk-Related Driving Behavior Nighttime driving cannot be accomplished without vehicle headlighting.
A growing body of evidence demonstrates the role of lighting on visual performance and in turn on nightttime driving safety in terms of : John D.
Bullough. Warren White of Danvers will be 79 in a few weeks, and like a lot of senior drivers, he has real issues with headlight glare. After hearing White’s complaint, I figured he was talking about. When you are confronted with headlight glare that bothers your eyes, look down and to the right.
Look at the white line on the right side of the road instead of directly into the likes. Using this technique, you can still see vehicles around you but will not be as bothered by the headlight in your eyes.
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To assess the effect of glare from vehicle headlights on visual performance for seeing moving targets, experiments were performed at night on a dimly lit road with observers seated in a stationary motor car viewing a computer-generated stimulus display at a distance of 23 m (the stopping Cited by: The Detroit News reports that NHTSA will review a petition to open another formal investigation intomodel year to Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis vehicles known to.
Two independent variables (Glare Intensity and pedestrian Clothing) were manipulated within-subjects. As Fig. 1 depicts, there were three intensities of the glare vehicle's headlights: Low (parking lights only), Medium (low beams and fog lights filtered by neutral density (ND) filters), and High (unfiltered low beams and fog lights).
The ND filters used in the Medium condition reduced the Cited by: Cars now carry cameras, computers and warning signals to make travel safer. But one piece of outdated 20th-century technology poses a safety risk for drivers and pedestrians: Headlights.experience from headlight glare from other vehicles.
Drivers have focused their concern on the relatively new high intensity discharge lights, high mounted lights, and various auxiliary lights. In order to better understand this glare problem, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration collected data on drivers’ perception of glare.