The Forensic Engineering Use Of Precise Gps Measurements In Small Craft Casualty Cases
Keywords:GPS, small craft incidents
AbstractOften In The Understanding Of The Events Leading To Casualties In Small Craft, It Is Useful To Know Both The Reconstructed Path Of The Centroid Of The Craft In The x-Y Plane As Well As Its Rotational Behavior Around The Z Axis. Precise Global Positioning System Measurements Can Provide Such Information. This Paper Describes The Use Of Such Measurements, And The Inferences Drawn From Them, In A Case Where The Craft Was Available For Empirical Testing Under Various Velocity Regimes While Planning And In Its Maximum-Turn Maneuvering Regime
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