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|Title:||Vehicle design and operation for pedestrian protection: accident simulations and reconstructions|
|Author:||Anderson, Robert William Gerard|
|Publisher:||Commonwealth Government, Department of Transport and Regional Services|
|Series/Report no.:||Vehicle safety standards report : 1|
|School/Discipline:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research (CARS)|
|A commissioned report by Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide; [written by Robert Anderson ... [et al.], electronic production: Commonwealth Department of Transport and Regional Services]|
|Abstract:||Details the reconstruction of impacts between pedestrians and cars. Examines how injuries sustained by pedestrians in real life relate to the results of reconstruction tests that used the impactors designated by the European Enhanced Vehicle-safety Committeee for assessing pedestrian safety.|
|Keywords:||Motor vehicles; Australia design and construction; pedestrian accidents; Australia case studies; pedestrians; Australia safety measures; traffic accidents|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research publications|
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