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LOAD TRANSFER ANALYSIS OF A BUS BAY SECTION UNDER STANDARD ROLLOVER TEST USING U*M INDEX
Qingguo Wang, Wei Zhou, Igor Telichev, Christine Qiong Wu
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2018;19(4):705-716.    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-018-0068-2
      
 Automobile Body and Safety
THREE-DIMENSIONAL CRUSH SCANNING METHODS FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF VEHICLE COLLISION ACCIDENTS
I. HAN, H. KANG
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2016;17(1):91-98.    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-016-0008-y
      
 
IMPULSE-MOMENTUM BASED ANALYSIS OF VEHICLE COLLISION ACCIDENTS USING MONTE CARLO SIMULATION METHODS
I. HAN
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2015;16(2):253-270.
 
PILOT STUDY ON CONSTRUCTING A REAL-WORLD, IN-DEPTH DATABASE OF OCCUPANT INJURY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE AFTER A DOMESTIC MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH ACCIDENT
S. C. KIM, K. H. LEE, H. Y. CHOI, B. W. KIM, H. S. JUNG
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2013;14(3):407-413.
 Other Fields of Automotive Engineering
ANALYSIS OF NECK FRACTURES FROM FRONTAL COLLISIONS AT LOW SPEEDS
S.-J. PARK, S.-W. CHAE, E.-S. KIM
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2010;11(3):441-445.
 Automobile Body and Safety
EVALUATION OF A BRAKE ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (BAS) USING AN INJURY SEVERITY PREDICTION MODEL FOR PEDESTRIANS
C. OH, Y. S. KANG, Y. YOUN
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2009;10(5):577-582.
      
 
DEVELOPMENT OF PROBABILISTIC PEDESTRIAN FATALITY MODEL FOR CHARACTERIZING PEDESTRIAN-VEHICLE COLLISIONS
C. OH, Y. S. KANG, Y. YOUN, A. KONOSU
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2008;9(2):191-196.
      
 
FRONTAL IMPACT FINITE ELEMENT MODELING TO DEVELOP FRP ENERGY ABSORBING POLE STRUCTURE
A. M. ELMARAKBI, K. M. SENNAH
aaa Int J Automot Technol. 2006;7(5):555-564.
      
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