Options to use rectification program to evaluate degree of conformance of vehicle deformations in multiple damage
by Ján Mandelík
International Journal of Forensic Engineering (IJFE), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2018

Abstract: The paper deals with the demonstrations of the rectification program usage options in order to evaluate a degree of conformance of vehicle deformations in its multiple damage so as to settle insurance events. It briefly explains the purpose of the rectification program used in the expert analysis of traffic accidents in order to process the photo documentation of a traffic accident location. Furthermore, it clarifies the reason to assess the degree of conformance of vehicle deformations in case of repeated insurance events associated with one vehicle and a common method to evaluate them for the needs of forensic evidence. Subsequently, it demonstrates a method of using the PC Rect rectification program in order to objectively evaluate the degree of conformance of vehicle deformations that developed due to repeated insurance events. In conclusion, an evaluation of the assets of the demonstrated process for the needs of its further usage in technical assessment of the issue in question is carried out.

Online publication date: Sun, 17-Mar-2019

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