Originally Posted By: MolaKule

Now that we have all the math completed, one can use a Us of 0.9 and calculate the real world safe MAXIMUM speed in m/s or mph.
Multiply m/s by 2.24 to get the mph.

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Originally Posted By: MolaKule

Now that we have all the math completed, one can use a Us of 0.9 and calculate the real world safe MAXIMUM speed in m/s or mph.
Multiply m/s by 2.24 to get the mph.

Originally Posted By: MolaKule

Since the actual Us = 0.93 as tested, we will use 0.9 for an extra margin of safety.

Originally Posted By: Shannow

I'm interested how a Us of 0.93 can provide a higher safe speed than a Us of 1 does in the original calculation.

Originally Posted By: badtlc

Originally Posted By: Shannow

I'm interested how a Us of 0.93 can provide a higher safe speed than a Us of 1 does in the original calculation.

Ever ride a bike on that bassssttttardddd?

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You should try it sometime. Like wrestling a gator in the swamps of the Keys, except with road rash. Physics don't really enter into the "equation".

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