Publication detail

Comparison of selected impact parameters by side vehicle crash tests with computational software results

TOKAŘ, S. SEMELA, M. BILÍK, M. BRADÁČ, A.

Original Title

Comparison of selected impact parameters by side vehicle crash tests with computational software results

English Title

Comparison of selected impact parameters by side vehicle crash tests with computational software results

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Article shows carried out crash tests between front part of moving and side part (cabin for passengers) of stationary vehicle. The goal of the article was to investigate and observe as many impact parameters as possible, which are necessary for correct traffic accident analysis. Authors carried out experiments with impact speeds of impacting vehicle between 36 and 55 kph. Emphasis was put on investigation of post-crash motion, depth of deformations on vehicles and amount of deformation energy as the parameters for accident reconstructionist. The amount of deformation energy has been compared to results for impacting vehicle gained from CRASH3 module calculation in software PC-CRASH ver. 10.2 and also with simulations with the help of simulating software Virtual CRASH ver. 3.0. Sufficient results correlation at comparable tests between those methods has been found.

English abstract

Article shows carried out crash tests between front part of moving and side part (cabin for passengers) of stationary vehicle. The goal of the article was to investigate and observe as many impact parameters as possible, which are necessary for correct traffic accident analysis. Authors carried out experiments with impact speeds of impacting vehicle between 36 and 55 kph. Emphasis was put on investigation of post-crash motion, depth of deformations on vehicles and amount of deformation energy as the parameters for accident reconstructionist. The amount of deformation energy has been compared to results for impacting vehicle gained from CRASH3 module calculation in software PC-CRASH ver. 10.2 and also with simulations with the help of simulating software Virtual CRASH ver. 3.0. Sufficient results correlation at comparable tests between those methods has been found.

Keywords

Side crash test, impact parameters, energy equivalent speed, deformation energy.

Released

25.11.2016

Publisher

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER LTD BELGRADE

Location

Belgrade, SERBIA

ISBN

978-86-916153-3-8

Book

International Conference on Traffic and Transport Engineering ICTTE

Edition number

1

Pages from

634

Pages to

641

Pages count

8

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT132394,
  author="Stanislav {Tokař} and Marek {Semela} and Martin {Bilík} and Albert {Bradáč}",
  title="Comparison of selected impact parameters by side vehicle crash tests with computational software results",
  annote="Article shows carried out crash tests between front part of moving and side part (cabin for passengers) of stationary vehicle. The goal of the article was to investigate and observe as many impact parameters as possible, which are necessary for correct traffic accident analysis. Authors carried out experiments with impact speeds of impacting vehicle between 36 and 55 kph. Emphasis was put on investigation of post-crash motion, depth of deformations on vehicles and amount of deformation energy as the parameters for accident reconstructionist. The amount of deformation energy has been compared to results for impacting vehicle gained from CRASH3 module calculation in software PC-CRASH ver. 10.2 and also with simulations with the help of simulating software Virtual CRASH ver. 3.0. Sufficient results correlation at comparable tests between those methods has been found.",
  address="SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER LTD BELGRADE",
  booktitle="International Conference on Traffic and Transport Engineering ICTTE",
  chapter="132394",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER LTD BELGRADE",
  year="2016",
  month="november",
  pages="634--641",
  publisher="SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER LTD BELGRADE",
  type="conference paper"
}