Collision Magazine Volume 10, Issue 1 (digital copy)

Collision Magazine Volume 10, Issue 1 (digital copy)

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Collision Magazine Volume 10, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2015. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2015 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Data Mining the NHTSA NASS CDR Database
    by: Tobias Achstetter, Fabian Kübler, Michael Wolf and Sean Haight

  • The Implications of the CRASH3 Uniaxial Structural Response Model and the Nature of Available Collision Test Data inRegards to Work-energy Relationships for Oblique Impacts
    by: Jai Singh

  • Errors and Uncertainty in Deriving Speed Estimates from Skid Tests Taken at Accident Scenes
    by: William C. Fischer

  • My Turn At the Wheel: A DIRTY TRICK BY A LAW OF PHYSICS, OR WHAT?
    by: Erik Carlsson

  • Analysis and Performance of a Booster Seated 6 Year Old HIII Anthropomorphic Test Device When Utilizing Seat Belt Cinching For Lap Slack Control
    by: Michael T. Vecchio

  • A Method to Establish Delta-V and Collision Force in a Two-Vehicle Collinear Collision where Stiffness Data for One of the Vehicles is not Available
    by: Jai Singh

  • Video-Based Accident Reconstruction of TransAsia Flight
    by: Adam Cybanski

  • Case Study: Three Car, In-line Crash Analysis with CDR Data
    by: Rusty Haight

2015 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • New Vehicle Technologies - Their Impact on CDR Imaging
    Kent Boots
  • Clearing an ACM - what is it, how is it done? (Part 1)
    Sean Haight / Mike Merolli
  • GM Ignition Switch Failures and the Associated CDR Data (Part 1)
    Rusty Haight
  • Toyota Event Recording Prioritization (Part 1)
    Bob Anderson
  • Crash Testing
    Collision Safety Institute
  • Panel Q&A
    Bosch and OE’s (NO PDF)
  • Clearing an ACM - what is it, how is it done? (Part 2)
    Sean Haight / Mike Merolli
  • Review of CDR Case Law in North America
    Bolton M. Harris
  • GM
    Don Floyd
  • Non-supported Nissan and Infinity Vehicle Crash Data via the Nissan Consult System
    Eric Paul
  • Nuances of Crash Reconstruction Using Non-Deployment Data
    Billy Cox
  • Data Mining the NHTSA NASS CDR Database
    Tobias Achstetter
  • Online Technologies and Resources
    Scott Baker
  • Toyota Event Recording Prioritization (Part 2)
    Bob Anderson
  • GM Ignition Switch Failures and the Associated CDR Data (Part 2)
    Rusty Haight
  • Crash Test Data Review
    Staff