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    • 17 Sep 2018
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • 21 Sep 2018
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • 9 Springbank St, Tullamarine VIC 3043
    • 5
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    Program

    This 5 day training course is fully catered and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. It will cover the following:

    DAY ONE   9:30am – 5:00pm

    • Introduction to Collision Reconstruction
    • Inspection of Scene
    • Vehicle Condition & Inspection; Thrust Diagrams
    • Lights & Glass
    • Debris, Tyre Marks & Gouges
    • Friction & Friction Measuring Devices
    • Resultant Drag Factor – Effective Factor

    DAY TWO    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Measurements & Diagrams, Geodimeter Total
    • Survey Station
    • Photographs
    • Speed from Skid, Yaw, Flips & Vaults
    • Trucks, Articulated Vehicles, Tachographs & Trip Computers

    DAY THREE    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Pedestrian Collision Reconstruction – Vehicle Speed Estimate Formulae
    • Motorcycle Reconstruction
    • Dynamics, Time, Distance, Acceleration

    DAY FOUR    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Energy, Damage, Vehicle Stiffness
    • Conservation of Momentum, Rear End, Head On, Intersection Collisions, Examination Review

    DAY FIVE   9:00am – 3:00pm

    • Involves case studies, written examinations
    • This module comprises learning assessments, certificate presentations and course close

    Presenter

    DR SHANE RICHARDSON

    Dr Shane Richardson has been investigating vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) since 1996, initially for the Australian Department of Defence (Army) with the Engineering Design Establishment, then as part of his PhD research and finally for Delta-V Experts.

    Shane holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science in Military Vehicle Technology and a PhD relating to vehicle rollover. He leads a team of seven engineers at Delta-V Experts who investigate vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) on a daily basis, and has published and presented at national and international conferences.

    Shane has provided expert evidence across Australia in Coroner and all court levels, including Supreme courts, and regularly travels all over the world to provide technical crash and investigation services.

    Benefits to Attendees

    At the end of the course, successful attendees will be able to:

    • Examine the physical evidence of a collision scene.
    • Identify different types of tyre marks and other markings associated with the collision and determine from which object they came and how they were caused.
    • Prepare an accurate photographic and survey record of all physical evidence and road features relevant to a collision under investigation.
    • Prepare a clear and accurate scale plan of the collision scene, including damage profiles of the vehicles involved.
    • Conduct friction tests and other necessary experiments at a collision scene.
    • Determine directions of travel of vehicles and persons involved in a collision, using physical evidence and the laws of physics.
    • Calculate speeds of vehicles involved in a collision.
    • Have the training to reconstruct a motor vehicle collision and nominate probable contributions of the human, vehicle and environment factors associated with the collision.

    Course Outline

    The course will involve presentation of theory, as well as case study discussion and interactive workshop sessions. 

    A great chance to learn from one of the best in the industry!

     

    • 24 Sep 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 25 Sep 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Deakin University, Waurn Ponds Estate


    Roll forming is an important metal forming technology in Australia and the rest of the world. The demands for shorter lead times, more complex shapes, new high strength materials and more demanding markets, require an improved understanding of the forming process and the increased application of virtual engineering at the design stage.


    This conference provides an opportunity for speakers from universities and industry to share their knowledge and expertise and discuss ways to tackle some of the current and future challenges faced by the Australian and the international roll forming industry.

    Who should attend

    • Roll formers and suppliers
    • Machinery manufacturers, process designers
    • End users (transport, construction, metal forming industry)
    • Researchers

    Program:  Click here for the program

    To register or find out more, visit the conferencewebsite.


    • 22 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+11:00)
    • 26 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • 9 Springbank St, Tullamarine VIC 3043
    • 14
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    CONTENT:

    The natural progression for attendees who completed part one of the course, part two is an advanced look at Crash Investigation and Reconstruction.

    This 5 day training course is fully catered and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. It will cover the following:

    DAY ONE   9:30am – 5:00pm

    • Crush Analysis
    • Background
    • Equations

    DAY TWO    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Crush Analysis
    • Crush Measurement Methods
    • Examples
    • Motorcycles: Advances in Yaw Analysis
    • Review of latest state of knowledge in collision reconstruction

    DAYS THREE & FOUR    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • PC-Crash (Simulation)
    • Car v Car
    • Car v Truck
    • Car v Pedestrian
    • Car Rollover

    DAY FIVE   9:00am – 5:00pm

    • The use and application of Event Data Recorders in traffic crash reconstruction
    • Participant provided cases - Participants are asked to provide up to two examples of crashes (in outline) for class analysis and discussion

    PRESENTED BY: DR. SHANE RICHARDSON

    Dr Shane Richardson has been investigating vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) since 1996, initially for the Australian Department of Defence (Army) with the Engineering Design Establishment, then as part of his PhD research and finally for Delta-V Experts.

    Shane holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science in Military Vehicle Technology and a PhD relating to vehicle rollover. He leads a team of seven engineers at Delta-V Experts who investigate vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) on a daily basis, and has published and presented at national and international conferences.

    Shane has provided expert evidence across Australia in Coroner and all court levels, including Supreme courts, and regularly travels all over the world to provide technical crash and investigation services.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    At the end of the course, successful candidates will be able to:

    • Conduct a crush analysis to estimate a vehicle's impact speed.
    • Create simulations of vehicle and other collisions using PC-Crash illustrate software to better analyse vehicle collisions.
    • Particular emphasis is given to detailed examination of participants own provided examples of crash scenarios.
    • Be up to date with the latest state of knowledge in collision reconstruction (latest publications).
    • Be aware of the most recent advances in Yaw analysis, as applied to Motorcycle crashes.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    The course will involve presentation of theory, as well as case study discussion and interactive workshop sessions. 

    A natural progression from the introductory course.

     

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