Poster Presentations 2009

 

The Relationship Between Microstructure and Material Properties of Pediatric Ribs

A.M. Agnew1, K. Moorhouse2, B. Donnelly2, J. Bolte IV1

1The Ohio State University, 2NHTSA-VRTC

Abstract

 

Concussive Brain Injury Criterion Development

A. Bartsch1,2, L. Gilberstion1, V. Miele3, D. Morr4, V. Prakash2, J. Wiechel4,5

1Cleveland Clinic, 2Case Western Reserve University, 3West Virginia United Hospital Center, 4SEA, LTD, 5The Ohio State University

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Stenosis in the Cervical Spinal Canal Causes Spinal Cord Compression During Motion that Otherwise Would not Cause Spinal Cord Compression

J. Boak1, P. Gedet2, M.F.S. Dvorak3, S. Ferguson2, P. Cripton1

1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2Dipl. Ing. ARTORG Center, University of Bern, 3Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of British Columbia

Abstract

 

Analysis of ATD Accelerometer Data through Kalman Filtering

S. DeVore1, J. Schmeideler1, P. Cardou2

1University of Notre Dame, 2Laval University

Abstract

 

A Comparison Between HIC and Other Head Injury Criteria in Pedestrian Headform Tests

J. Dutschke, D. Searson, R. Anderson

Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide

Abstract

 

The Use of Macropus giganteus as a Biomechanical Model of the Pediatric Thorax

S.H. Lau, R.W. Kent

University of Virginia

Abstract

 

Method for Comparison of Near Side Impact Vehicle Mismatch Cases

K.L. Loftis1,3, R.S. Martin2, J.W. Meredith2, J.D. Stitzel1,3

1Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, 3Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics

Abstract

 

Improvement of Child Safety Restraints in Automobiles through New Pediatric Thoracic Spine Testing Protocol

F.J. Polesak III, F.J. Lopez-Valdes

University of Virginia – Center for Applied Biomechanics

Abstract

 

A Fall Simulator to Investigate the Efficacy of Personal Protective Equipment 

A. Santoso1, A. Steward1, J. Troyer1, R. Rogge1

1Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Abstract

 

Biomechanical Analysis of Pulmonary Contusion in Motor Vehicle Crash Victims: A Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network (CIREN) Study

A.A. Weaver, F.S. Gayzik, J.D. Stitzel

Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics

Abstract

 

Oral Presentations 2009

 

The Tolerance and Response of the Frontal Bone to Blunt Impact

J. Cormier1, J. Bisplinghoff1, S. Manoogian1, S. Rowson1, A. Santago1, C. McNally1, J. Bolte IV2, S. Duma1

1Virginia Tech – Wake Forest Center for Injury Biomechanics, 2The Ohio State University

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Correlation of Liver Injury and Vascular Pressure: A Study of Lateral Impacts to Post

Mortem Human Subjects

H.M. Gustafson1, J. Stammen2, R. Herriott3, J. Bolte IV1

1The Ohio State University, 2NHTSA-VRTC, 3Transportation Research Center

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Inverse Dynamics Based Determination of Cervical Spine Loads on Pediatric and Adult Volunteers During Low Speed Frontal Impacts

T. Hopely1, S. Balasubramanian2, T. Seacrist2, K. Arbogast2, M. Maltese2, E. Constans1, J. Kadlowec1, R. Sterner1

1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rowan University, 2Center for Injury Research and Prevention, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Abstract

Manuscript

 

A New Instrumentation Technique for the Cervical Spine of PMHS in Rear Impacts

Y.S. Kang1, K. Moorhouse2, R. Herriott3, J. Bolte IV1

1The Ohio State University, 2NHTSA-VRTC, 3Transportation Research Center

Abstract

Manuscript

 

A Biomechanical Assessment of the Structural Response to Dynamic Belt Loading of theHybrid III 6yo Abdominal Insert

J. Lamp, R. Kent, S. Rouhana

UVA School of Engineering and Applied Science

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Poroviscoelastic Modeling of Stress Relaxation of Porcine Liver to Investigate Injury Response

S. Raghunathan1,2, J.L. Sparks1,2

1Virginia Tech – Wake Forest Center for Injury Biomechanics, 2Virginia Tech Wake Forest University School of Biomechanical Engineering and Sciences

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Effectiveness of Airbags for Reducing Injury to Belted Drivers

C.P. Thor1, H.C. Gabler2

1Virginia Tech – Center for Injury Biomechanics, 2Virginia Tech – Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Simulation of Head-First Impact Using Cervical Spine Specimens, Simulated Neck Muscles, and a Hybrid III ATD Head

C. Van Toen, C.F. Jones, T.S. Nelson, J. Street, P. Cripton

University of British Columbia

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Manuscript