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    Moser and Spek (2003)
  • A new approach to occupant simulation through the coupling of PC-CRASH and MADYMO (1999-01-0444) SAE

    Steffan et al (1999)
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    Moser et al (1999)
  • Validation of the coupled PC-CRASH – MADYMO occupant simulation model (2000-01-0471) SAE

    Steffan et al (2000)
  • Data from five staged car to car collisions and comparison with simulations (2000-02-0849) SAE

    Bailey et al (2000)
  • Tire friction during locked wheel braking (2000-01-1314) SAE

    Goudie et al (2000)
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    Cliff and Moser (2001)
  • Simulation and testing of a suite of field relevant rollovers (2004-01-0335) SAE

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  • Effective numerical simulation tool for real world rollover accidents by combing PC-CRASH and FEA (2007-01-1773)

    Ootani and Pai (2007)
  • Soil trip rollover simulation and occupant kinematics in real world accidents (2007-01-3680) SAE

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    Rose and Beauchamp (2009)
  • Verification of ABS models applied in programs for road accident simulation (2010-01-0070) SEA

    Zębala et al (2010)
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  • Field effectiveness calculation of integrated safety systems (2011-01-1101) SAE

    Ressle et al (2011)
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    Rose et al (2014)
  • Lane change maneuver driving a car with reduced tire pressure (2014-01-0466) SAE

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  • Pedestrian throw distance impact speed contour plots using PC-CRASH (2015-01-1418) SAE

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    Richardson et al (2015)
  • Validation of PC-CRASH – A momentum – Based accident reconstruction program (960885) SAE

    Cliff and Montgomery (1996)
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    Steffan and Moser (1996)
  • The measured rolling resistance of vehicles for accident reconstruction (980368) SAE

    Cliff and Bowler (1998)
  • The trailer simulation model of PC-CRASH (980372) SAE

    Steffan and Moser (1998)
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    Moser and Steffan (1998)
  • Real time simulation of large vehicle systems ECCOMAS Thematic Conference

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    Moser et al (1999)
  • Reconstruction of twenty staged collisions with PC-CRASH’s optimizer (2001-01-0507) SAE

    Cliff and Moser (2001)
  • Yaw testing an instrumented vehicle with and without braking (2004-01-1187) SAE

    Cliff et al (2004)
  • The measured rolling resistance of the vehicles for accident reconstruction (980368) SAE

    Cliff and Bowler (1998)
  • Fall from height in as stairwell – Mechanics and simulation analysis J Forensic Science International 244 (2014) 136-51

    Wach and Unarski (2014)
  • Validation of PC-CRASH – A momentum based accident reconstruction program (960885) SAE

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