Collision Magazine Volume 2, Issue 2 (digital edition)

Collision Magazine Volume 2, Issue 2 (digital edition)

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Collision Magazine Volume 2, Issue 2 was released in the Fall of 2007. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2007 ARC-CSI Crash Conference Data.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • General Motors Data Recording: A Visual Approach to the Logic Functions
    by William Messerschmidt, Jon Northrup

  • Detailed Comparison of Vehicle Speed and the Speed Recorded by an SDM
    by Timothy Reust, James Morgan

  • Average Daily Ignition Cycles in SDM Equipped, GM Vehicles
    by David Little, PEng

  • Application of Drag Coefficients to ABS related Sideslip
    by David Dye

  • Use of the Combined Velocity Equation In Cases Involving Post-Collision Movement
    by James D. English

  • Vehicle Crush Measuring: Helpful For Extracting Key Details Of Crash Scenes
    by Bob Galvin

  • Implications of Symmetric Sine-Based Collision Pulse Models on Force-Deflection Characteristics: (Part 1)
    by Jai Singh, BS, MS, John Perry, PhD

  • Using GPS based Data Acquisition in Forensic Accident Reconstruction
    by R.J. Butler, K.C. Breen, W.R. Fischer, K.D. Bedsworth, N.R. Haupt

  • Quantifying the Aerodynamic Forces Acting on a Vehicle and Projectile
    by Kevin Adkins

  • Reconstruction and Analysis of Steering-Induced, On-Road, Untripped SUV Rollover Tests (Part 2)
    by Lawrence Wilson, PE, Michael Gilbert, PE, Daniel Godrick

  • Effects of Sample Rates on Accelerometer Based Skid Testing and Unit Comparison
    by Jon Northrup

  • Validating Speed Analysis Calculations with Crash Test Data
    by Charles R. Lewis

  • Snowmobile Data
    by Robert Dowd

  • Night-Time Pedestrian Collision Reconstruction Factors
    by Daniel Melcher, PE, Jeffrey Armstrong, PE

  • European Accident Reconstruction by the Visual Comparison with Crash Tests
    by Wolfram Kalthoff, MEng

  • Case Study: How do you deal with a secondary impact?
    by Rusty Haight, Brad Muir, Jon Northrup

    Crash Test Data included in this issue:

    • Conference Presentations (PDF)
    • Digital Photos and Video of all Crashes
    • Crash Data from all Crashes
    • Test A-K: Low Speed Test Series
    • Test 1: Grand Wagoneer to Tercel
    • Test 2: Malibu to Aspire
    • Test 3: Head-on; Crown Vic. to Corsica
    • Test 4: Crown Vic. to Small Tow Trailer