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Select The Right Physics For Your Crash Analysis

A Comparison Guide of the simulation and reconstruction physics programs available for HVE, HVE-2D and HVE-CSI is available on the EDC website. The guide helps you select the program that provides the capabilities you need to address the real-world questions and issues of your crash investigations.

A visual identifier showing which programs may be used in HVE, HVE-2D or HVE-CSI is found at the top and bottom of the guide. The left hand column lists features and also the technologies that may be available to use in each program, such as:

  • Degrees of Freedom
  • Number of Vehicles
  • Collision Model
  • Suspension Model
  • Rollover
  • HVE Brake Designer
  • HVE Tire Blow-out Model
  • Anti-lock Braking Model
  • Automatic Transmission Model
  • HVE Driver - Path/Speed Follower Options
  • Steer Degree-of-Freedom
  • Enhanced Tire-Terrain Models
  • HVE Hydroplaning Model
  • DamageStudio
  • HVE Electronic Stability Systems Model

To learn more about each technology and how it is applicable to your analysis, simply click on the link (red highlight) to be redirected to a detailed explanation or overview.

The technologies listed above are examples of the many tools available in the HVE (Human-Vehicle-Environment) simulation software suite used by motor vehicle crash reconstructionists in over 30 countries. To learn more, contact EDC or call 888.768.6216 today!

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