9th International Conference held at Hinkley Island – Septmber 2009

PaperTitleAuthors
1Evaluating Driver Response and Ability to Avoid a Crash at NightJ Muttart
2Blink Analyses and Driver AttentionE Pfleger
3Night Visibility with new Kinds of Light Bulbs, including Snow-covered RoadsA Reza, P Ciepka & J Unarski
4Standard Digital SLR Cameras for Luminance Measurements in the Mesopic RangeD Wuller
5Practical Examples of Visual Perception Problems in Night-time AccidentsK Schmedding
6On-site Luminance Measurements by Means of a Digital CameraT Hoger
7Use of HDR Images in the Investigation of Nighttime AccidentsC Hittinger
8Clarification of a Night-Time Pedestrian Accident by CCTV Video taken from a Passing BusJ Brooking
9Movement of the Human Body versus Dummy after the CollisionA Moser
10New Partial Overlap Pedestrian Impact TestsG Kasanický & P Kohút:
11Model Based Head Injury Criteria – Application to Head Injury PredictionR Willinger & C Deck
12An Internet Database for Damage Patterns caused by Impacts on AnimalsA Kruse
13Driver Identification by Means of Residues from the Airbag PropellantG Paduraru
14Full-Scale Rollover Testing of Commercial Cargo-Tank VehiclesC Winkler
15Tilt-Over Risks with TricyclesH-B Schmiedmayer & H Ecker
16An Improved Wheel Suspension Model for PC-Crash for Rollover SimulationM Plank
17Reconstruction of a Typical Rollover Accident due to SpeedingJ Arnold & M Braun
18Yaw Tests on Pavement, Gravel, and Grass with ESC and ABS BrakingW Bartlett & W Wright
19Critical Speed Yaw Mark Calculations with and without Electronic Stability ControlR Lambourn
20Motorcycle Capsize Mechanisms and Confidence Limits for Motorcycle Capsize Speeds from Slide/Bounce DistanceD Walsh & D Wood
21High-Speed Impact Tests on Highway Safety FencesM Becke
22Application of Video-aided Mapping in Verifying Signal Violation – A Case in TaiwanT Hugh Woo