عنوان مقاله [English]
Management and speed reduction in accidental areas are among the factors influencing road safety, which can lower the rate of accidents. Relaxation measures are among the factors affecting the reduction and management of speed. Non-standardized use of relaxation measures can cause incidents and adverse consequences and impose significant damage on the transportation network. Therefore, by assessing the relaxation measures on the flow velocity and obtaining a spatial range, suitable speed control techniques can be found in the accident areas. In this study, the effects of relaxation measures on the speed of operation in the installation site and the piece after the installation of measures in free flow conditions have been investigated. The velocity changes in the three phases of the speed of the previous unit and the installation site, the speed of the next piece and place of installation, the speed of the previous piece and the later part were examined. Data analysis was done by statistical methods. Data analysis was done by statistical methods. Correlation coefficient and dependent t test were used for data analysis. According to the results of these tests, at 95% confidence interval there is a correlation and correlation between the speed of operation and the speed of the gear with its predecessor, there is a significant difference between the speed of the work piece before and after the speed. The performance of the next piece with the piece before the field has no correlation and correlation, and there is no significant difference between the speeds of performance of these two pieces. The functional speed of the next piece with the piece before the camera has no correlation and correlation; there is no significant difference in the performance of the piece before and after the installation of the camera.
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