Bicycle Accident Reconstruction for the Forensic Engineer

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Law - 409 pages
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This engineering text is directed toward Forensic Engineers who are interested in determining the causal factors of bicycle accidents. The author, a Professional Engineer and competitive cyclist and triathlete, has organized the engineering literature for this purpose. He also has detailed laboratory data and actual accident reconstructions for the readers' use.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
5
Chapter 3
17
Chapter 4
23
Chapter 5
27
Chapter 6
31
Chapter 7
41
Chapter 8
51
Chapter 23
189
Chapter 24
195
Chapter 25
203
Chapter 26
213
Chapter 27
219
Chapter 28
223
Chapter 29
229
Chapter 30
237

Chapter 9
55
Chapter 10
73
Chapter 11
81
Chapter 12
85
Chapter 13
95
Chapter 14
103
Chapter 15
109
Chapter 16
123
Chapter 17
133
Chapter 18
141
Chapter 19
151
Chapter 20
159
Chapter 21
165
Chapter 22
171
Chapter 31
243
Chapter 32
251
Chapter 33
257
Chapter 34
267
Engineering Appendix A Railroad Information
331
Engineering Appendix B Appropriate Case Citations
341
Summary of Case Citations
343
Engineering Appendix C Federal Regulations
379
Code of Federal Regulations
381
Appendix D Engineering Bibliography
393
About the Authors
403
INDEX
405
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