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Forensic Science International - Fachzeitschrift für sämtliche forensische Disziplinen
ISSN 0379-0738
In der Zeitschrift werden nur sporadisch Beiträge mit Bezug zur Unfallrekonstruktion veröffentlicht.

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2020

  • Determining vehicle pre-crash speed in frontal barrier crashes using artificial neural network for intermediate car class
  • Car speed estimation based on image scale factor
  • A new method for opening quartz halogen light bulbs in vehicle accident investigations

2019

  • Chest compression of a pregnant woman by a seatbelt might affect fetal outcome, even in minor to moderate frontal vehicle collisions
  • Nonlinear methods of vehicle velocity determination based on inverse systems and tensor products of Legendre polynomials in compact car class
  • Vehicle stiffness assessment for energy loss evaluation in vehicle impacts
  • Vehicle accident reconstruction by a reduced order impact model

2018

  • Non-linear method of determining vehicle pre-crash speed based on tensor B-spline products with probabilistic weights — Intermediate Car Class
  • A virtual reality method for digitally reconstructing traffic accidents from videos or still images
  • Analysis of vehicle collision accidents based on qualitative mechanics
  • Methods for describing different results obtained from different methods in accident reconstruction
  • Determining the initial impact of rear-end collisions by trace evidence left on the vehicle from tires: A case report
  • Work of non-elastic deformation against the deformation ratio of the Subcompact Car Class using the variable correlation method
  • Reliability verification of vehicle speed estimate method in forensic videos
  • Optimization analysis in reconstruction of vehicle collision accidents with deficient EDR data

2017

  • Nonlinear approximation method of vehicle velocity Vt and statistical population of experimental cases
  • Simulation of mirror surfaces for virtual estimation of visibility lines for 3D motor vehicle collision reconstruction
  • Application of forensic image analysis in accident investigations
  • The influence of impact direction and axial loading on the bone fracture pattern
  • Methods for analyzing the uncertainty of a reconstructed result in a traffic accident with interval and probabilistic traces

2016

  • Car speed estimation based on cross-ratio using video data of car-mounted camera (black box)
  • Front blind spot crashes in Hong Kong
  • Characterization of automotive paint by optical coherence tomography
  • The impact velocity and bone fracture pattern: Forensic perspective
  • A Taylor-Affine Arithmetic for analyzing the calculation result uncertainty in accident reconstruction
  • Calculation reliability in vehicle accident reconstruction

2015

  • Validation of pedestrian throw equations by video footage of real life pedestrian/vehicle collisions
  • A simple algorithm for analyzing uncertainty of accident reconstruction results
  • Motorcycle helmets: What about their coating?

2014

  • Application of cross-ratio in traffic accident reconstruction
  • Fall from height in a stairwell – mechanics and simulation analysis

2013

  • Classification and individualization of used engine oils using elemental composition and discriminant analysis
  • Finite element analysis of pedestrian lower limb fractures by direct force: The result of being run over or impact?
  • Car-to-pedestrian accident with a unique decollement injury
  • Structural reliability of road accidents reconstruction

2012

  • Complete trunk severance of a motorcyclist by a traffic sign post at a comparably low collision speed
  • Response surface methodology and improved interval analysis method—For analyzing uncertainty in accident reconstruction
  • Pedestrian accident analysis with a silicone dummy block
  • Analyzing the uncertainty of simulation results in accident reconstruction with Response Surface Methodology

2011

  • Severity of vehicle bumper location in vehicle-to-pedestrian impact accidents
  • Suicide of a cyclist
  • Death by complete decapitation of motorcyclist wearing full face helmet: Case report
  • Comparison of injuries sustained by drivers and pillion passengers in fatal head-on motorcycle collision accidents
  • Analysis and application of relationship between post-braking-distance and throw distance in vehicle–pedestrian accident reconstruction

2010

  • Two non-probabilistic methods for uncertainty analysis in accident reconstruction

2007

  • Application of 3D documentation and geometric reconstruction methods in traffic accident analysis: With high resolution surface scanning, radiological MSCT/MRI scanning and real data based animation
  • Uncertainty of calculation results in vehicle collision analysis

2004

  • Traumatology of the traffic accident—dead people for the safety in traffic

2003

  • Forensic engineering & road accident analysis

2002

  • Evidential value of injuries useful for reconstruction of the pedestrian–vehicle location at the moment of collision
  • Fatal pedestrian–bicycle collisions

2001

  • Knee joint injuries as a reconstructive factors in car-to-pedestrian accidents
  • Pelvis and hip joint injuries as a reconstructive factors in car-to-pedestrian accidents
  • Was the pedestrian hit in an erect position before being run over?
  • Neck injuries as a reconstructive parameter in car-to-pedestrian accidents
  • Ankle joint injuries as a reconstruction parameter in car-to-pedestrian accidents

2000

  • Matching tire tracks on the head using forensic photogrammetry
  • Use of the software ‘Poser4’ in reconstruction of accident and crime scenes