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Influence of heavy vehicle load to the vehicle deceleration
Jirásková, Iveta ; Tylšar, Vladimír (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of braking trucks at different loads. The theoretical part defines the basic construction of trucks, truck brakes, the braking process and the factors that affect braking, braking deceleration, and legislative requirements for truck brakes. The practical part describes the course of experimental measurements, the use of the technique, the place of measurement, atmospheric conditions and used trucks. At the end of the work, based on experimental measurements, the obtained values of braking deceleration of trucks are evaluated.
Side collisions of vehicles at an angle of 11° at different speeds
Buchta, Ondřej ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Rábek, Vlastimil (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is determination of speed during sideswipe collisions of two vehicles involved. In theoretical part, available knowledge base and the preparation of experiments made for this thesis are described. Practical part describes individual experiments, and processes and evaluates the results of said experiments. This thesis aims to improve current knowledge base about sideswipe collisions.
Perception of vehicle speed
Kamasová, Lenka ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Bilík, Martin (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of driver´s subjective estimation of vehicle speed and at the same time it is a project dealing with acquisition and evaluation of data obtained during the driving tests. The perceived vehicle speed is examined from the perspective of a driver - the respondent, who has no possibility of controlling the actual vehicle speed on the vehicle's speedometer. The aim is to either confirm or refute whether the driver is able to adequately estimate the speed of a moving vehicle in the event of an accident as well as describe the factors that may affect a subjective estimation of the driver's speed.
Comparison of Light Parameters of Different Light Sources of Vehicles' Headlamps
Suchomel, Filip ; Motl, Jakub (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
This thesis is focused on comparison of parameters of light sources (halogen, xenon, LED) installed in Skoda Octavia 3rd generation. The opening part solves analysis of the current state of lighting technology and its impact on traffic safety. The next part is focused on general parameters of light, construction of light sources, optical systems and adaptation of the human eye to various light conditions, especially contrast. The practical part is focused on comparing the contrast values of individual light sources in relation to the dark and lightly dressed pedestrian in the area without artificial lighting.
Side collisions of vehicles at an angle of 8° at different speeds
Praus, Tomáš ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Rábek, Vlastimil (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the problem of speed determination during tangent collisions of two vehicles. The theoretical part describes the available literature and the preparation of an expert experiment. The practical part describes the experiment itself. Its results are processed and compared with the literature in the theoretical part. The aim of work is to extend knowledge about tangent collisions and reduce the error rate in determining crash in the expert analysis or claims in insurance companies.
Possibilities of Point Cloud and Mesh Model Creation of Accident Site Using Photographs
Mojžyšek, Tomáš ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Křižák, Michal (advisor)
The thesis focuses on creating point cloud and mesh model of chosen intersections and their applications in forensic-engineering praxis. In the first part, we describe a workflow for creating point cloud and mesh model of intersection by digital photogrammetry. In the second part, we applied these at chosen intersections. Which leads us to the comparison of three digital photogrammetric programs which we used to make point clouds and mesh models. At the end of thesis, we use our mesh models in forensic-engineering praxis and we decide about barriers in sign conditions at intersections.
Comprehensive System for Road Accident Analysis - Collision Between Vehicle and Motorcycle
Slepánek, Petr ; Kolíbal, Zdeněk (referee) ; Drahotský, Ivo (referee) ; Kropáč, František (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
This dissertation describes the issue of a complex system for analyzing the collision of a motorcycle with another vehicle and suggests a suitable methodology for solving this type of traffic accident. It summarizes the current knowledge in the field of motorcycle accidents withother vehicles, including their statistics and categorization. The author statistically evaluates accidents by their causes and proposes a methodology for solving individual types of motorcycle collisions with vehicles. To supplement and refine the input data for the analysis of road accidents involving motorcycles, a set of author’s own measurements made on different types of motorcycles is included. The thesis contains measurements of their acceleration, deceleration and avoidance maneuvers. Other actual contributions of the thesis are represented also by flowcharts, offering a comprehensive approach to solving individual types of colissions of motorcycles with other vehicles.
Identification of Relevant Tire Traces in Traffic Accident Place Based on their physical characteristics
Bilík, Martin ; Kovanda, Jan (referee) ; Kledus, Robert (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of identifying the relevant tire traces at the place of a traffic accident based on their physical characteristics. Braking traces on the road are one of the most important objective elements for accident analysis, their easy and accurate detection is very important for accurate accident assessment. With the increasing technical equipment of vehicles, especially with the introduction of newer generations of braking assistance systems, traces left by the tires become almost invisible to the human eye. It is therefore highly desirable that their detection should be not only as accurate as possible but also as easy and fast as possible, not only for forensic experts, but especially for members of the traffic police departments. In line with the development and introduction of new safety and assistance systems for vehicles should also be the development of means and methods of providing the basis for technical analysis of traffic accidents. Reality shows that the procedures, even if still functional, are practically identical for several decades, are dependent on the subjective capabilities of the documenting person. An essential element of the work, compared to the previously described measurement procedures, is the use of modern methods and devices at the highest known level of knowledge. The aim is to find and verify a simple, accurate, subjectively least influenced detecting method for tire traces on the road. A series of measurements confirmed the possibility of using the thermal camera at the technical level usually available at the place of the accident, under limited atmospheric and time conditions. In addition, laser-induced plasma spectroscopy and rLIBS were used. This method of detecting spotless tire treads can be marked as a minimally feasible documentary and at the same time as fast enough, based on the measurements made and the intended removal of defects of the instrument in the development phase of the prototype.
Documentation of Braking Traces Using a Camera
Kopecký, Štěpán ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Bilík, Martin (advisor)
The diploma thesis describes the measurement and evaluation of braking traces in cars equipped by system ABS. The result of the work should contribute to improving the quality of photodocumentation of braking traces. To creating a procedure to eliminate as much as possible the loss of information during tracking documentation.
The Energy of a Flying Object Necessary for Damaging the Vehicle Windscreen
Havlík, Ondřej ; Tylšar, Vladimír (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
The theoretical part of the thesis entitled "The Required Energy of a Flying Object to Damage a Windscreen" covers the historical development of glass as a raw material and its further use as a key material for the automotive industry. In the following chapters, the thesis provides an analysis of a windscreen in general including the material composition of various windscreen manufacturers, the distribution according to the accessories used in the windscreens, and the various options of placing a windscreen in a car bodywork. The homologation of a windscreen and the procedure for replacing or repairing a windscreen after a damage is also covered. Lastly, the experimental part of the thesis describes the process of testing the required energy of a flying object to damage a windscreen.

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