During their careers, our Consultants have each published a variety of material within the research literature (all of which is recognised as the work of the individual, not TCRI Ltd.):
- Application Of The Calspan Crash Program Under European Conditions. Jennings, P & Staughton, G. IRCOBI Conference 1978
- Development And Evaluation Of The CRASH2 Program For Use Under European Conditions. Jones, I & Pennings, P. IRCOBI Conference 1980 and SAE Paper 810473, 1980.
- Swerves And Lane Changes. Jennings, P. Impact Vol 1 Number 1, 1990.
- Is The Sliding Coefficient Of Friction Of Tyres Speed Dependent? Manderson, J & Jennings, P. Impact Vol 2 Number 2, 1992.
- Articulated Vehicle Braking (I Braked But Couldn’t Stop). Jennings, P. Impact Vol 2 Number 2, 1992.
- Brakes Legislation And Accident Investigation. Jennings, P. ITAI Conference 1997.
- Methods For Assessing Vehicle Speeds From Impact Damage. Jennings, P. ITAI Symposium 1998
- Scrim Data: An Overview. Jennings, P. Impact Vol 7 Number 2, 1998.
- New And Improved Accident Reconstruction Techniques For Modern Vehicles Equipped With ESC Systems. Lambourn, R, Jennings, P, Knight, I & Brightman, T. TRL Paper PPR223, 2007.
- Developing the Research Applications for High-Resolution Real-World Collision Data. Coley G et al, (2010) TRL Published Report 487
- Validation Studies of the Human Vehicle Environment (HVE) Program Simulation Model Non-Linear (SIMON). Parry DI, Marsh F and Coley G, ITAI 7th International Conference
- Modelling of real world pedestrian accidents. Coley G (2004) PHD Thesis, School of Engineering, Birmingham
- A passive safety gap analysis of real world accident data. Coley G et al (2004), International Crashworthiness Conference, San Francisco
- Pedestrian injuries: effects of impact speed and contact stiffness. Neal-Sturgess CE, Coley G and De Oliveira P, IMechE Vehicle Safety (2002)
- Pedestrian human body validation using detailed real world accidents. Coley G et al, International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impact, pp 89-102