Collision Magazine Volume 5, Issue 1 (digital copy)

Collision Magazine Volume 5, Issue 1 (digital copy)

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Collision Magazine Volume 5, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2010. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2010 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • My Turn at the Wheel
    by Peter Bergh

  • Effect Of Directional Tires On Wet Traction
    by H. J. Herzlich, Robert Swint, Edward Ritsch and B. Unser

  • Wet or Frozen ACM Access Considerations
    by Sean Haight

  • Insurance Applications for Crash Data Retrieval, Legal Considerations
    by Michael Merolli, David Brink, Patrick Conran, and Jasmine Garcia-Vieux

  • CDR Evidence Suppressed by Oklahoma Court
    by George Hall

  • An Abbreviated History Of CDR Technology
    by Rusty Haight

  • A Variable Deceleration Rate Approach to Rollover Crash Reconstruction
    by Nathan Rose

  • Retrieving and Interpreting Data from Ford Powertrain Control Modules using the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Tool
    by Bruce McNally

  • Common Post Impact Speed Analysis
    by Greg Russell

  • EDR Module Types and Collision Data Available in CDR Supported Vehicles
    by Chuck Veppert and David Little

2010 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • Airbag Control Module Data
    Chuck Veppert & Dave Little
  • CDR Data Exclusion CDR Data Exclusion - A Case Study A Case Study
    George Hall
  • Case Study: "Two-Vehicle Fatal Crash Investigation and a Non-Deployed Air Bag Results in a Recall“
    Robert Miller
  • Wet or frozen ACM Access Considerations
    Sean Haight
  • Seat Belt Systems and Their Interface with CDR Data Seat Belt Systems and Their Interface with CDR Data
    Bill Davies
  • Insurance Applications & Legal Considerations for CDR
    Mike Merolli & David Brink
  • Ford PCM Data Ford PCM Data - The Restraint Deployment Signal (RDS) and The Restraint Deployment Signal (RDS) and Impact Speed Timing Considerations
    Brad Muir
  • An Examination of "Strange" Ford PCM Behavior
    Bruce McNally
  • Ford RCM Runtime Considerations Based on Testing
    Rusty Haight
  • Chrysler Data Reliability from Crash Tests including the "Chrysler
    non-Deployment"
    Rusty Haight
  • Finding Delta-V in Chrysler Data
    Greg Russell & Sean Haight
  • Retrieving & Translating Event Data from non-CDR-Vehicles,
    including 2003-2005 Ford Explorer, & Various Toyota, Hyundai and Mazda
    Models
    Bill Rosenbluth
  • Data from non-CDR System OEMs
    Wes Vandiver