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Amazing Volvo truck braking

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+19 1. Benassi-MBeon commented 7 years ago

Slowminded granny, take her license! It wasnt really a blind curve or anything
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+7 2. ermini commented 7 years ago

Is this truck loaded?
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+21 3. fjwjr commented 7 years ago

#2 Does it really matter? It stopped better and smoother than a passenger car.
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-1 5. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

It seems that he is checking one of the wheels, why?
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+8 6. BrahmaBull commented 7 years ago

How is it even possible for a truck to stop that fast. I say ban all other trucks than Volvo.....or use their brake system if that seems easier.
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+9 7. repcentbl commented 7 years ago

He is checking bumper for damage , not the wheel .
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+1 8. DarkiKun commented 7 years ago

that was pretty impressive, i guess the weight might help it stop even if there is more mass to stop.
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+3 9. dbomber69 commented 7 years ago

#8 more mass translates to longer stopping distance. Look at how fast a motorcycle can stop even though it only has two very tiny contact spots from the tires compared to 18 huge fat truck tires.
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+2 10. ajcorb commented 7 years ago

impressive brakes loaded or not loaded
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+1 11. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

#9 that is not true. The friction force between the tires and the road, that does the stopping is linearly increasing with weight. So does the momentum. That means that breaking distance isnt a function of mass.