Collision Magazine Volume 3, Issue 1 (digital edition)

Collision Magazine Volume 3, Issue 1 (digital edition)

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Collision Magazine Volume 3, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2008. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2008 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Single Point Crush Variation
    by Jai Singh, BS, MS, John Perry, PhD, Judson Welcher BS, MS

  • Vehicle Fires and Airbag Modules
    by Timothy Erhardt

  • Comparing Different Sources of CDR Data to “Real World” Crashes
    by Brad Muir

  • An Alternative Formulation for Symmetric Sine Based Collision Pulse Models
    by Jai Singh BS, MS, John Perry PhD

  • Cable Options for the “CDR System Handyman”
    by David Little

  • Quantifying the Aerodynamic Forces Acting on Objects During a Fall
    by Kevin Adkins

  • Reconstruction: Seeing Across the Years
    by Bill Wright

  • The Accuracy of Speed Recorded by a Ford PCM and the Effects of Brake, Yaw and other Factors
    by Timothy Reust, James Morgan, Richard Ruth

  • Dynamic Accuracy of Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Event Data Recorders During ABS Braking
    by Richard Ruth, Timothy Reust

  • Getting Data From Destroyed SDMs: Transferring EEPROMs Between Modules
    by: Wade Bartlett

  • The “Trampoline Effect” in Reconstruction
    by W.R. Rusty Haight, Sean Haight

  • Tech Tips
    by Sean Haight

  • Book Reviews
    by Joseph Badger

2008 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • Introduction to Bosch CDR Version 3.0
    Rusty Haight
  • GM Rollover Sensor (ROS) EDR Data
    Don Floyd
  • Bosch CDR 3.0 Release - Chrysler
    Lisa Fodale
  • The answer may be outside the box; and within the triangle
    John Bruno
  • CDR Case Study: Failure to Finish
    George Hall
  • Dealing with severely damaged ACMs
    Wade Bartlett
  • PCM Data Overview
    Rick Ruth / Rusty Haight
  • Bosch CDR Tool v3.0 PCM Workshop
  • Using the CSV Export Function 3.0 Ford PCM Data
    Greg Russell
  • Accuracy of Ford PCM Speed Data During Hard ABS Braking
    Rick Ruth
  • The Accuracy of Speed Recorded by a PCM and the Effects of Brake, Yaw and other Factors
    Tim Reust
  • Real World Applications of Crash Data including Ford PCM
    Brad Muir
  • GM CDR Case Study
    Greg Russell
  • Vehicle Speed Sensor Calibration and its Potential Effect on Pre-Crash Vehicle Speed Data as Recorded by an EDR
    Alan Nagel