Collision Magazine Volume 4, Issue 1 (digital edition)

Collision Magazine Volume 4, Issue 1 (digital edition)

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Collision Magazine Volume 4, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2009. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2009 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Photo Rectification Plays an Important Role for Determining Fault in a Two Vehicle Crash
    by Lee DeChant

  • ACM Reprogramming
    by Chuck Veppert

  • Signal Processing Applied to Vehicle Speed Measurement and Recording
    by Gary Johnson

  • Accuracy of Selected 2008 Chrysler ACM EDR’s During Braking
    by Richard Ruth & Tim Reust

  • Calculating Speed From Skidmarks
    by Peter Bergh

  • Ranges of Safety Provided by Safety Technologies Used For Reducing Motorcycle Crashes, Fatalities, Injuries and Loss
    by William Belisle

  • CDR Evidence Frequently Asked Questions
    by William J. Melkonian

  • The Mathematics of Turns, Evasive Maneuvers, Lane Changes, and Passing
    by Peter Bergh

  • Using Ford PCM Data to Evaluate Deceleration Rates, Brake Time and Impact Speeds
    by Tim Reust, Richard Ruth, James Morgan

  • Alcohol and Vehicle Collisions – Correlation or Cause?
    by Peter H. Rast

  • Forensic Photography and Crash Reconstruction Part 2: Solutions to Common Problems
    by Robert Wyman

2009 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • Various Highlights of New Model Coverage: Ford, Chrysler, & GM.
  • EDR Data & Collision Reconstruction Analysis: A Criminal Investigation Case Study
    Wesley Vandiver
  • Accuracy or Selected 2008 Chrysler Airbag Control Module EDR Precrash Speed Data During Braking
    Rick Ruth / Tim Reust
  • Using Ford PCM Data to Evaluate Deceleration Rates and Braking Distance
    Tim Reust
  • GM Rollover Sensor (ROS) Applications
    Rusty Haight
  • CSV Export Functionality for CDR v. 3.1 including Chrysler
    Greg Russell
  • Advanced Data Collection Techniques
    Brad Muir
  • CDR Legal Issues
    Bill Melkonian
  • Signal Processing Applied to Vehicle Speed Measurement and Recording
    Gary Johnson
  • GM Data Timing Analysis
    Greg Russell
  • ACM Reprogramming
    Chuck Veppert
  • Results of Full Scale Chrysler Crash Tests
    Rusty Haight