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  • A review of pelvic fractures in adult pedestrians: Experimental studies involving PMHS used to determine injury criteria for pedestrian dummies and component test procedures 

    Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; Kerrigan, Jason; Sánchez Molina, David; Velázquez Ameijide, Juan; Crandall, Jeff R. (CRC Press. Taylor & Francies Group, 2015-01-01)
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    Objectives: Perform a systematic review for the most relevant pelvic injury research involving PMHS. The review begins with an explanation of the pelvic anatomy and a general description of pelvic fracture patterns followed ...
  • Assessment of pedestrian head impact dynamics in small sedan and large SUV collisions 

    Kerrigan, Jason; Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; Crandall, Jeff (2012-03-27)
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    This study compares head impact dynamics between post-mortem human surrogates (PMHS) and the Polar-II pedestrian crash dummy in vehicle–pedestrian impacts with a small sedan and a large sports utility vehicle (SUV). A total ...
  • Axial injury tolerance of the clavicle and the effect of age and gender 

    Zhang, Qi; Kerrigan, Jason; Kindig, Matt; Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; duprey, sonia; Crandall, Jeff R. (2013)
    Conference report
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    Although clavicle biomechanical response under axial loading was studied by a number of researchers, no injury criteria has been established. An injury criterion could help interpret the results from ...
  • Full scale pedestrian impact testing with PMHS: A pilot study 

    Kerrigan, Jason; Kam, check; Drinkwater, Cris; Murphy, Dru; Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; Millington, Steve; Teresinski, Gregor; Bolton, Jim; Crandall, Jeff R.; Deng, Bing; Wang, J; Kerkeling, C; Hahn, W (2004)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    The complexity of vehicle-pedestrian collisions necessitates extensive validation of pedestrian computational models. While body components can be individually simulated, overall validation of human pedestrian models ...
  • Pedestrian injury analysis: field data vs. laboratory experiments 

    Kerrigan, Jason; Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; Foster, Jon; Crandall, Jeff; Rizzo, Anne (2012)
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    This study aims to present all of the injuries sustained by 17 post-mortem human surrogates(PMHS)tested in vehicle-pedestrian impact experiments and explore the injuries, their sources, mechanisms and clinical relevance ...
  • Traumatic brain injury in pedestrian–vehicle collisions: Convexity and suitability of some functionals used as injury metrics 

    Sánchez Molina, David; Arregui Dalmases, Carlos; Velázquez Ameijide, Juan; Angelini, Massimo; Kerrigan, Jason; Crandall, Jeff R. (2016-11-01)
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    Background and Objective: Abrupt accelerations or decelerations can cause large strain in brain tissues and, consequently, different forms of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). In order to predict the effect of the accelerations ...