Investigation and Development of a Test Level 6 Barrier - Phase I Dataset
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Investigation and Development of a Test Level 6 Barrier - Phase I Dataset

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    This dataset supports the final report "Investigation and Development of a Test Level 6 Barrier, Phase I," available at https://rosap.ntl.bts.gov/view/dot/39014

    Dataset description and software dependencies, provided by NTL staff:

    This dataset contains 6 .zip file collections described below.

    Barrier Height Study.zip: This collection contains 17 subfolders, titled with numerals, ranging from 50 to 90. These titles represent the height, in inches, of the simulated rigid wall barriers. Each subfolder contains 35 files, of which, 34 have a file extension of .k. These file types are generated by LS-DYNA software, available form Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC) << http://www.lstc.com/ >>, and are known as LS-DYNA Keyword files. LS-DYNA is available through subscription or through a 30-day, no fee, demonstration license. These files may also be opened, read, and edited using a basic text editor. The final file is a lsdyna-slurm-tt file, which can be opened with a basic text editor as well.

    Concept 3 Simulation.zip: This collection contains 37 files, of which, 36 have a file extension of .k. These file types are generated by LS-DYNA software, available form Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC) << http://www.lstc.com/ >>, and are known as LS-DYNA Keyword files. These files may also be opened, read, and edited using a basic text editor. The final file is a lsdyna-slurm-tt file, which can be opened with a basic text editor as well.

    Concepts.zip: This collection contains 8 subfolders and a Concept Drawings.dwg file. The subfolders are titles “Concept 1” through “Concept 7” and refer to the various barrier designs brainstormed by the research team and discussed in Chapter 5 of the report. The subfolders contain the following file types: Microsoft Excel .xls, .xlsx., and .xlsm files, which can be opened with Excel, and other free available software, such as OpenRefine; .dwg files, which are AutoCAD drawing files, which NTL staff were able to view with Adobe Acrobat, as well; and, .ftl files, which can be opened with a basic text editor (for more on different types of .ftl files, please visit https://www.file-extensions.org/ftl-file-extension ).

    Instrumented Wall Simulation.zip: This collection contains 35 files, of which, 34 have a file extension of .k. These file types are generated by LS-DYNA software, available form Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC) << http://www.lstc.com/ >>, and are known as LS-DYNA Keyword files. These files may also be opened, read, and edited using a basic text editor. The final file is a lsdyna-slurm-tt file, which can be opened with a basic text editor as well.

    Tanker Vehicle Dimensions.zip: This collection contains 11 files, relating to the size of trucks and tankers measured for the study. The files types include: Microsoft Excel .xlsx. files, which can be opened with Excel, and other free available software, such as OpenRefine; and, Adobe Acrobat .pdf files, which can be opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

    TL-6 Roman Wall Capacity.zip: This collection contains 5 subfolders, and a summary file related to Roman Wall barriers. The file types present in these subfolders include: Microsoft Excel .xls, .xlsx., and .xlsm files, which can be opened with Excel, and other free available software, such as OpenRefine; Adobe Acrobat .pdf files; .def files, which can be opened with a basic text editor (for more on .def files, please visit https://www.file-extensions.org/def-file-extension ); .r23 files, which are binary data files, and can be opened with a basic text editor; .ftl files, which can be opened with a basic text editor (for more on different types of .ftl files, please visit https://www.file-extensions.org/ftl-file-extension ); Picture files, without a files extension, which NTL staff were able to open with Adobe Acrobat; and, .jpeg files, which can opened with a basic image viewing program.

    National Transportation Library (NTL) Curation Note: As this dataset is preserved in a repository outside U.S. DOT control, as allowed by the U.S. DOT’s Public Access Plan (https://ntl.bts.gov/public-access) Section 7.4.2 Data, the NTL staff has performed NO additional curation actions on this dataset. NTL staff last accessed this dataset at https://doi.org/10.13014/K2J38QQ6 on 2019-08-12. If, in the future, you have trouble accessing this dataset at the host repository, please email NTLDataCurator@dot.gov describing your problem. NTL staff will do its best to assist you at that time.

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