Equations and Formulas for the Traffic Accident Investigator and Reconstructionist

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Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, 1999 - Law - 136 pages
A bare-bones presentation of equations used in traffic investigations. The equations are presented in three formats: the standard notation, a modified form for use with scientific calculators, and a spreadsheet format. Equations solve for speed, velocity, vaults, dissipation of energy, alcohol levels, and other information an investigator might want.

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Or any accident or engineer the formula book all about Accident investigation/reconstruction is a must. It shows a number of equations that are not taught buy any school or AI/AR course.
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start your review you will not put it down until you find what you want. There are specific sections for speed pedestrians distance etc. He has written each equation in three different ways. The way its actually qritten, then the way to solve it in your calculator, and finally the way you would put it into the computer.
I highly recomend this book . you can get it throught lawyers and judges publishing company, Also if you sabble or lefficient with pedestrian equations Greg also has a disk through lawyers and judges publishing companyl to specifically work I believe 36 different euqations. It will actuallly ask specific questions and from those answers it will pick all the equations that fit those answers.

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