Collision Magazine Volume 8, Issue 1 (digital edition)

Collision Magazine Volume 8, Issue 1 (digital edition)

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Collision Magazine Volume 8, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2013. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2013 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Further Developments Regarding the Dynamic Modeling of Motor Vehicle Collision Response Using the SDOF Approach
    by Jai Singh

  • Hyundai and Kia Crash Data – A Preliminary Overview
    by: Rusty Haight, Shawn Gyorke, and Sean Haight

  • The Effect of Tinted Headlights. A Look Into the Level of Light Diminishment Headlights Experience When a Tint is Applied to the Headlight
    by Jeff Cardita

  • Laser Scanning for Crash Reconstruction
    by Joel Salinas

  • Validation and Use of EDR Data from a Non-CDR Supported Vehicle in a Criminal Prosecution Case
    by Wesley Vandiver, Isaac Ikram and Bryan Randles

  • Investigation of Traffic Crashes Involving the Inhalation of Difluoroethane
    by Adam M. Hyde and Roger W. Barrette

  • Accuracy of GPS Speed and Location Data Measured in Emergency Vehicles
    by David M. Little, Cst. Rob Joiner and Cpl. Stephen Hilliard

  • Reader Commentary on a Previously Published Article

2013 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • SAE EDR Committee and NHTSA Part 563 Update
    Brian Everest
  • Clipped data - what is it and what does it mean to a reconstruction?
    Rusty Haight
  • OE Updates
    General Motors, Chrysler and Toyota
  • Contents of the Help file and Data Limitations, links and disconnects for the end user
    Shawn Gyorke
  • Advanced re-powering techniques; strategies for newly supported OE lines
    Kent Boots
  • Panel Q&A
    Bosch and OE’s (NO PDF)
  • Examples of data from non-CDR Tool supported OEs/modules
    Wes Vandiver
  • An overview of crash sensing and deployment algorithm design
    Jeffrey Rochette
  • Examples showing confirmation of CDR veracity for difficult GM analysis cases
    Bill Rosenbluth
  • A comparison of CDR Tool data to a crash reconstruction
    George Hall
  • How important is CDR data to a case analysis
    Mike Merolli
  • Crash data from motorcycles
    Bill Mael
  • An analysis of low delta-V impacts and its relationship to CDR data
    Billy Cox, Jr.
  • An examination of data from 'cleared' airbag control modules
    Mike DiTallo
  • Toyota crash data recording - thresholds and overwriting process
    Rusty Haight/Bob Anderson