Janice Lee will present her latest research at the 2019 SAE World Congress in Detroit.
When reconstructing a crash, engineers rarely have all the data: complete tire mark measurements, the exact mass of the vehicle with its cargo, suspension properties and detailed steering history are four typical “unknowns”. How would knowing these values change the results of a speed analysis? Based on fully documented swerve maneuvers (that sometimes led to a rollover!) we were able to add these data elements to the analysis one by one and observe the effect of each addition. How much closer does the simulated vehicle speed get to the actual measured speed of the test vehicle when more data is taken into account? Find out by seeing Janice Lee present the results of this research on Wednesday.
The article was published on April 2nd in the SAE Technical Paper, and her presentation is at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, April 10th, at the Cobo Center in Detroit.
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