Crash Reconstruction Research

Crash Reconstruction Research

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Varat is with a transportation accident reconstruction consulting firm in California, and has organized numerous conferences and symposia on accident reconstruction, including sessions at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International World Congress. He presents a collection of 47 papers on crash reconstruction research produced between 1988 and 2007, organized into sections covering planar impact mechanics, stiffness modeling, collision pulse analysis, structural restitution, lateral deformation of frontal structures and override, BEV vs. Delta V, rear and side impacts, pole impacts, uncertainty analysis, pedestrian crashes, and braking performance. Each section opens with a short summarization of the articles that follow. The text is intended as a guide to the literature, to help engineers develop a personal and analytical toolkit for crash reconstruction. Included is a list of recommended published books for further reading. There is no subject index.20 Years of Progress, 1988-2007 Michael S. Varat ... More expected results were observed for the Honda Civic where the above-bumper data was not consistent with the ... The above-bumper data available to date do not indicate a practical correlation for an accident reconstructionist to use when confronted with quantifying crush energy in an override/underride situation ... McHenry, R., a€œ Users Manual for the CRASH Computer Programaquot;, CALSPAN Report ZQ-5708-V- 3, January 1976.

Title:Crash Reconstruction Research
Author:Michael S. Varat
Publisher:SAE International - 2008-01-01


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