Pedestrian Involved Traffic Collision Reconstruction Methodology

Paper #:
  • 921591

Published:
  • 1992-08-01
Citation:
Eubanks, J. and Haight, W., "Pedestrian Involved Traffic Collision Reconstruction Methodology," SAE Technical Paper 921591, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921591.
Pages:
17
Abstract:
A pedestrian involved traffic collision is generally less fully understood than the “typical” car-to-car broadside intersection collision. For this reason, the analysis of the pedestrian involved collision is, in many respects, more complicated and demanding.This paper addresses the typical sequence of events in a pedestrian involved collision and the movement of the vehicle and pedestrian body from pre-impact through the collision to their final points of rest.Methods for the analysis of the pedestrian involved collision, including a review of several different techniques for calculating vehicle impact velocity are also presented. A comparison of crash test data to different forms of analysis is provided as a frame of reference for the reader in evaluating these methods.
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