Lack of Relationship Between Vehicle Damage and Occupant Injury
A common misconception formulated is that the amount of vehicle crash damage due to a collision, offers a direct correlation to the degree of occupant injury. This paper explores this concept and explains why it is false reasoning. Explanations with supporting data are set forth to show how minor vehicle damage can relate or even be the major contributing factor to occupant injury. Mathematical equations and models also support these findings.
|Date Published: ||1997-02-24
|Author(s): ||Malcolm C. Robbins - Robbins & Assocs.