Car size and injury risk: a model for injury risk in frontal collisions.


Empirical studies have established that when pairs of similar cars collide, the relative injury risk between pairs of different size is inversely related to their mass ratio. Further empirical studies have shown that in frontal collisions between dissimilar cars, relative injury risk is inversely proportional to mass ratio raised to the power of n. The… (More)


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