Five of ARCCA’s engineers recently conducted a training session for the Puget Sound Special Investigators focusing on human kinematics during a motor ... [Read more]
The Glass Bridge from Squid Game
One episode of Squid Game (Netflix, 2021) features a glass bridge consisting of pairs of glass panels where one of the pair is tempered glass and the ... [Read more]
Introducing Luis Vargas, Ph.D.
Introducing Luis Vargas, Ph.D. from ARCCA's Chicago office! ... [Read more]
Slips, Trips and Falls in the Hospitality Industry: The Role of Forensic Experts During Incident Investigations
Eating out in restaurants has, and always will be, a highly popular practice within social activities. In the United States, food service and drinking ... [Read more]
ARCCA Ask an Expert: What To Do After An Accident? with Scott Kline
After an accident, there are likely many things going through a person's mind - their safety, that of other drivers, how they will get to work the ... [Read more]
Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – What Are The Design Issues? – Part 2
In Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – Design Issues Part 1, the design philosophy behind the use of load limiting Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars ... [Read more]
Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – What Are They And What Do They Do? – Part 1
Seat belts in cars contain a device called a “seat belt retractor”. This device holds the seat belt webbing and also contains a seat ... [Read more]
Introducing Vasiliki Kefala, Ph.D.
Introducing Vasiliki Kefala, Ph.D. out of our ARCCA office in Philadelphia! ... [Read more]
Why Everyone Should Wear A Seat Belt When Driving
Seat belt use in the United States has reached a high of 90.4 percent according to a recent government survey¹. There has been a steady increase in ... [Read more]
Introducing Wade Lanning, Ph.D.
Introducing Wade Lanning, Ph.D. out of our Seattle office! Dr. Wade Lanning is a Senior Engineer at ARCCA specializing in the forensic analysis of ... [Read more]