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Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson
Consultant, Anderson Hall; Adjunct Associate Professor, Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Verified email at casr.adelaide.edu.au
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Vehicle travel speeds and the incidence of fatal pedestrian crashes
RWG Anderson, AJ McLean, MJB Farmer, BH Lee, CG Brooks
Accident Analysis & Prevention 29 (5), 667-674, 1997
3021997
Impact mechanics and axonal injury in a sheep model
RWG Anderson, CJ Brown, PC Blumbergs, AJ McLean, NR Jones
Journal of neurotrauma 20 (10), 961-974, 2003
1162003
Mechanisms of axonal injury: an experimental and numerical study of a sheep model of head impact
RWG Anderson, CJ Brown, PC Blumbergs, G Scott, JW Finney, NR Jones, ...
Proc. International Conference on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), 107-120, 1999
741999
Neuropathological changes in a lamb model of non-accidental head injury (the shaken baby syndrome)
JW Finnie, PC Blumbergs, J Manavis, RJ Turner, S Helps, R Vink, ...
Journal of clinical neuroscience 19 (8), 1159-1164, 2012
682012
Vehicle travel speeds and the incidence of fatal pedestrian collisions (volume 1)
AJ McLean, RWG Anderson, MJB Farmer, BH Lee, CG Brooks
661994
Issues and challenges for pedestrian active safety systems based on real world accidents
H Hamdane, T Serre, C Masson, R Anderson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 82, 53-60, 2015
632015
Biomechanics of closed head injury
AJ McLean, RWG Anderson
Head injury, 25-37, 1997
621997
A survey of drivers' child restraint choice and knowledge in South Australia
SA Edwards, RWG Anderson, P Hutchinson
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, The University of Adelaide, 2006
502006
The Australian 400-car naturalistic driving study: Innovation in road safety research and policy
MA Regan, A Williamson, R Grzebieta, J Charlton, M Lenne, B Watson, ...
Proc. Australasian Road Safety Res., Policing Educ. Conf, 1-13, 2013
452013
The real-world safety potential of connected vehicle technology
S Doecke, A Grant, RWG Anderson
Traffic injury prevention 16 (sup1), S31-S35, 2015
402015
Phenomenological continuous contact–impact modelling for multibody simulations of pedestrian–vehicle contact interactions based on experimental data
RWG Anderson, AD Long, T Serre
Nonlinear Dynamics 58 (1-2), 199, 2009
382009
A study on the biomechanics of axonal injury
RWG Anderson
382000
Potential benefits of autonomous emergency braking based on in-depth crash reconstruction and simulation
R Anderson, S Doecke, J Mackenzie, G Ponte
Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Enhanced Safety of …, 2013
342013
Potential benefits of forward collision avoidance technology
RW Anderson, S Doecke, JR Mackenzie, G Ponte, D Paine, M Paine
Injury 44 (15), 24, 2012
312012
The potential of autonomous emergency braking systems to mitigate passenger vehicle crashes
S Doecke, R Anderson, J Mackenzie, G Ponte
Australasian College of Road Safety, 2012
312012
Analysis of crash data to estimate the benefits of emerging vehicle technology
R Anderson, TP Hutchinson, B Linke, G Ponte
Centre for Automotive safety Research, The University of Adelaide, 2010
282010
Validation of the human head FE model against pedestrian accident and its tentative application to the examination of the existing tolerance curve
Y Dokko, R Anderson, J Manavis, P Blumburgs, J McLean, L Zhang, ...
Proceedings 18th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety …, 2003
252003
Biomechanics of closed head injury
R Anderson, J McLean
Head injury, pathophysiology and management, 26-31, 2005
242005
Use of age–period–cohort models to estimate effects of vehicle age, year of crash and year of vehicle manufacture on driver injury and fatality rates in single vehicle crashes …
RWG Anderson, DJ Searson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 75, 202-210, 2015
222015
Pedestrian headform testing: Inferring performance at impact speeds and for headform masses not tested, and estimating average performance in a range of real-world conditions
TP Hutchinson, RWG Anderson, DJ Searson
Traffic injury prevention 13 (4), 402-411, 2012
202012
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