Three-Dimensional Reconstruction and Simulation of Motor Vehicle Accidents

Paper #:
  • 960890

Published:
  • 1996-02-01
Citation:
Day, T. and Siddall, D., "Three-Dimensional Reconstruction and Simulation of Motor Vehicle Accidents," SAE Technical Paper 960890, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960890.
Pages:
11
Abstract:
This paper describes the use of 3-D technologies for reconstructing and simulating motor vehicle accidents involving humans (occupants and pedestrians) and vehicles (passenger cars, pickups, vans, multi-purpose vehicles, on-highway trucks and vehicle-trailers). All examples involve three-dimensional environments, including road crowns, hills, curbs and embankments - any geometrical feature resulting in three-dimensional motion. Various reconstruction and simulation models are illustrated. The features and limitations of each model are addressed. Issues involving data requirements, preparation of 3-D models and presentation techniques (numeric, graphic and video animation) are also explored.
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