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This solution was estimated to have a potential to prevent some 50% of all severe link accidents.
      
The traffic safety effect on severe accidents was expected to be high on 2 + 1 road with cable barrier.
      
A number of possible severe accidents have been converted by means of the median cable barrier to crashes with slight or no injuries.
      
Nevertheless numerous occupants get injured or suffer fatal injuries due to accidents.
      
Although a high proportion of seriously injured casualties happen in accidents where the bus overturns or leaves the road, a large number of injuries are caused due to a normal collision, like a head-on or rear end impact.
      
A new 3 dimensional finite element representation of the human head complex has been constructed for simulating the transient occurrences of simple pedestrian accidents.
      
Helmet damage from thirteen motorcycle accidents was replicated in drop tests in order to define the head's loading conditions.
      
Head injuries are the most common cause of pedestrian deaths in car-pedestrian accidents.
      
Survivability is the capability of a system to fulfill its mission in the presence of attacks, failures, or accidents, and recover full service in a timely manner.
      
Development of remote surveillance squads for information collection on nuclear accidents
      
This work was motivated by the accidents in recent years that were caused by falling parts of the inner wall of concrete tunnels.
      
ACCIDENTS, SCANDALS, AND ROUTINES: RESOURCES FOR INSURGENT METHODOLOGY
      
Serious ship accidents continue to occur and reports on abuse of seafarers are on the rise as the industry becomes more and more competitive and crews become increasingly multinational.
      
It adopted in 1994 and 1998 two special sets of shipping regulations aimed at minimising shipping accidents, avoiding collisions, and protecting the local marine environment.
      
The Failing Male God: Emasculation, Death and Other Accidents in the Ancient Mediterranean World
      
The main elements of Scotus's doctrine are his application of the real distinction to the categories, his view of inherence as a categorial item separated from accidents, and his distinction between absolute and non-absolute accidents.
      
(1) In the first part, I begin by reconstructing the debate on the nature of accidents held before Marchia, showing that such a debate is characterised by a progressive shift concerning the way to understand accidents.
      
While the first Aristotelian interpreters regard accidents especially as inhering modes of being of substances, the majority of theologians and philosophers in the second half of the thirteenth century regard accidents as absolute beings.
      
For them, the problem is no longer to explain if and, if so, how accidents can be distinct from substances, but how accidents and substances can make some one thing.
      
Unlike Aquinas and Bonaventure, Marchia explains Aristotle's metaphysics of accidents by way of the metaphysics of the Eucharist and not vice versa.
      
 

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