Collision Magazine Volume 14, Issue 1 (digital copy)

Collision Magazine Volume 14, Issue 1 (digital copy)

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Collision Magazine Volume 14, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2020. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2020 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Validation of the Han-Brach Vehicle-Pedestrian Impact Mechanics Model
    by R. Matthew Brach, David Fortenbaugh and Jon Van Poppel
  • Vehicle Damages And Longitudinal Throwing Distances When Using Biofidelic Dummies In Comparison To Conventional Dummies
    by Annika Kortmann and Tim Hoger
  • Crashology: Airbag Myths, Legends, and Lore
    by Wesley Vandiver and Robert Anderson
  • A Review Of Engineering Mechanics Applied To Accident Reconstruction Part 1: Kinematics
    by Jai Singh
  • A Review Of Engineering Mechanics Applied To Accident Reconstruction Part 2: Dynamics
    by Jai Singh
  • A How-To Guide For Downloading Toyota’s Vehicle Control History Data
    by Alan Moore
  • Utilizing BioMedical Engineering Physical Evidence Analysis for Motorcycle Compared to Pedestrian Collision
    by Laura Liptai, and Mark Ezra
  • Gasoline-Powered Golf Cart Acceleration and Hard Braking Performance
    by Robert D Anderson and Michael Rosenfield

2020 EDR Summit Schedule:

  • What Does “End of Event” Mean?
    Rusty Haight
  • Repowering & CDR Technician Review/Update.
    Kent Boots
  • Ignition Cycles.
    Kent Boots
  • Locomotive Event Recorder Downloads.
    Thomas E. Johnson, P.E.
  • Crossing Signal Event Recorders.
    Robert Halstead
  • Legal Challenges Regarding EDR Data in Testimony.
    David Chapman & James Norris
  • Traffic Signal as an EDR; Did It Record Your Crash.
    Alan Moore
  • How an Auto Insurance Carrier Claims Department incorporates Crash Data into Investigations of Loss.
    Michael Merolli
  • Testing and Validation of Toyota Vehicle Control History Data.
    Wes Vandiver & Robert Anderson
  • ATV Rollover.
    David Carr
  • Subaru ADAS System.
    Shawn Harrington
  • Pedestrian Automatic Emergency Braking (P-AEB).
    Alan Moore
  • Can Autonomous Emergency Braking Data be "Event Data?"
    Rusty Haight
  • Examples of Forensic Investigations using the Berla Digital Tool.
    Lino Garcia and Dirk Smith
  • Nissan Steering and Recording Threshold.
    Billy Cox, David Hallman