Publications

PHD Thesis

Rechnitzer G. The Improvement Of Heavy Vehicle Design To Reduce Injury Risk In Crashes With Other Road Users, PhD Thesis, Monash University, June 2003.

Book Chapters/Booklets
1. Grzebieta R, Rechnitzer G, McInstosh AS Traffic Accidents Investigation Analysis and Reconstruction. Chapter 140 for ‘Expert Evidence’; Ed. Freckelton I. and Selby H., Thomson Reuters, NSW, Australia, Update 70, 2013.

2. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Short A and Orton S, Traffic Accidents Investigation Analysis and Reconstruction. Chapter 140 for ‘Expert Evidence’; Ed. Freckelton I. and Selby H., Thomson Reuters, NSW, Australia, Update 46, 2008.

3. Rechnitzer G, Lenard J, Keramidas W, Traffic Accidents Investigation Analysis and Reconstruction. Chapter for ‘Expert Evidence in Criminal Law’; Ed. Freckelton I and Selby H, LBC Information Services, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, 1999.

4. Rechnitzer G., Road crashes; Chapter for the “The Inquest Handbook”; Ed. Hugh Selby; The Federation Press, 1998, Australia.

5. Larsson TJ & Rechnitzer G, Safety by design – How to reduce Injuries in manual Handling and Transport; Victorian WorkCover Authority, Melbourne, 1997; reprint 2001.

6. Rechnitzer G, Lenard J, Keramidas W, Traffic Accidents (investigation analysis and reconstruction). Chapter for ‘Expert Evidence: Practice and Advocacy’; Ed. Freckelton and Selby. Law Book Company, North Ryde NSW. Australia, August 1996.

7. Rechnitzer G, ‘Heavy Vehicle Design -developing effective rear underrun barriers’. Chapter in Injury Research and Prevention: A Text, Editors J Ozanne-Smith & F Williams; Monash Univ. Accident Research Centre, 1995.

 

Publications

1. Grzebieta RH, Mitchell R, Zou R & Rechnitzer G (2013). Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia, International Journal of Crashworthiness, Vol. 18, No.4, 397-405, DOI:10.1080/13588265.2013.801293.

2. Rechnitzer G and Grzebieta RH; Interface Analysis and Design: Improving Heavy Vehicle Road Safety Barrier Design; Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2013, 28-30 August 2013, Brisbane Convention Centre, QLD, Australia.

3. Grzebieta RH and Rechnitzer G; Design and Testing Bollards To Protect Pedestrians; Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2013, 28-30 August 2013, Brisbane Convention Centre, QLD, Australia.

4. Rechnitzer G, Grzebieta RH, McIntosh AS & Simmons K; Reducing All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) Injuries And Deaths – A Way Ahead; Paper Number 13-0213; 23rd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV), Seoul, Korea, May 27-30, 2013.

5. Grzebieta RH, McIntosh AS, Mattos G, Simmons K, Rechnitzer G & Mongiardini M; Implementation Of The UNSW Jordan Rollover System At Sydney’s Crashlab Test Facility; Paper Number 13-0120; 23rd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV), Seoul, Korea, May 27-30, 2013.

6. Grzebieta RH, Bambach MR, McIntosh AS, Mattos GA, Simmons K & Rechnitzer G; Replicating Real World Rollover Crash Injuries; Paper Number 13-0098; 23rd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV), Seoul, Korea, May 27-30, 2013.

7. Pang T. Y., Thai K. T., McIntosh A. S., Grzebieta R., Schilter E., Dal Nevo R. & Rechnitzer G. (2011): Head and neck responses in oblique motorcycle helmet impacts: a novel laboratory test method, International Journal of Crashworthiness, 16:3, 297-307.

8. McIntosh, A.S, Pang, T.Y., Thai, K.1, Schilter, E., Rechnitzer G., Finch C.F., McCrory, P., Crash characteristics of helmeted motorcyclists. 2010 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference. 31 August – 3 September 2010, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

9. McIntosh, A.S, Pang, T.Y., Thai, K., Schilter, E., Rechnitzer, G., Finch C.F., McCrory, P., Crash characteristics of helmeted pedal cyclists. 2010 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference. 31 August – 3 September 2010, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

10. Richardson S, Rechnitzer G, Batzer S, Thorbole CK , Steve Crocker, Salikram D, Pok T, Josevski J & Short A, Rollover Protective Structural Criteria for Heavy Trucks. ICRASH2010, International Crashworthiness Conference, Washington, 2010.

11. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Shifman M & Short S, Interface Design: The Next Major Advance in Road Safety, Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, May 2009.

12. Richardson S, Rechnitzer G, Orton T, Shifman M & Crocker S, Development of Roll Over Protective Structures for Mining Light Vehicles, SAE World Congress and Exhibition April 2009, Detroit USA, SAE paper 2009-01-0831.

13. Rechnitzer G, Safety is by Design, Never by Accident; WORKWISE- Work Related Death Prevention- The Coronial Approach; published by the Victorian State Coroner’s Office and Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Melbourne; Vol. 3 Issue 3, November 2008.

14. Pang TY, Sakeran, Short A, McIntosh AS, Rechnitzer G & KThai, Numerical analysis of real-world cyclist crashes: impact speed, collision mechanism and movement trajectories; 2008 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education, Adelaide, Nov. 2008.

15. Rechnitzer G, Orton T, Shifman M & Richardson S, Pedestrian Safety – A Challenging Task, 2nd Local Road Safety & Traffic Engineering Conference 26-27 August 2008, Gold Coast International Hotel, Gold Coast, Queensland.

16. Rechnitzer G, Shifman M & Richardson S, Litigation and Investigation Issues, a Forensic Engineering Viewpoint, 2nd Local Road Safety & Traffic Engineering Conference 26-27 August 2008, Gold Coast International Hotel, Gold Coast, Queensland.

17. Richardson S, Rechnitzer G, Orton T, Shifman M, Zou R & Crocker S; Design and testing of effective Rollover Protective Structures for Light Vehicles, ICRASH2008. International Crashworthiness Conference, Kyoto Japan, July 22-25, 2008.

18. Rechnitzer G, Engineering Design- The Core Element of System Safety; Queensland Safety Conference 2007, Brisbane Convention And Exhibition Centre, Tuesday 19 – Thurs 21 June 2007, Safety Institute of Australia.

19. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Orton T, Shifman M, Short A & Smith R; Systematic Causes Of Transport And Impact Trauma And Countermeasures; Safety In Action Conference 2007, 20-22 March 2007, Melbourne Convention Centre, Safety Institute of Australia.

20. Richardson S, Grzebieta R H, Jiang T and Rechnitzer G, Simulation of vehicle lateral side impacts with poles to estimate crush and impact speed characteristics, Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety – November 2006 Vol 17 No 4. Grzebieta R.H., Short A.,

21. Rechnitzer G and Richardson S, The determination of seatbelt wearing in crashes with high intrusion: load marks and belt wearing issues, Proceedings 5th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2006, Bolton Institute U.K., Athens, Greece, July 2006.

22. Young D, Grzebieta R H, Rechnitzer G, Bambach M and Richardson S, Rollover Crash safety: Characteristics and issues, Proceedings 5th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2006, Bolton Institute U.K., Athens, Greece, July 2006.

23. Andrew S, Grzebieta R H, Rechnitzer G, and Arndt N, Bicyclist with Pedestrian Impacts, Proceedings 5th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2006, Bolton Institute U.K., Athens, Greece, July 2006.

24. Dr George Rechnitzer, Shane Richardson, Dr Raphael Grzebieta, “CRASH information for litigation – what’s NEEDED” – Precedent Issue 73 – March/April 2006.

25. Sherker, S., Ozanne-Smith, J., Rechnitzer, G., Grzebieta, R. H., Out on a limb: risk factors for arm fracture in playground equipment falls, Injury Prevention, vol 11, BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, UK, pp. 120-124, 2005.

26. Day L, Scott M, Williams R, Rechnitzer G, Walsh P, Boyle S, (2005) ‘Development of the Safe Tractor Assessment Rating System’, Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health 11(3): 353-364, ASAE.

27. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Grzebieta R, “How To Reduce the Road Toll”, Safety In Australia, Vol. 26 No. 3, December 2004.

28. Corben B, Cameron M, Senserrick T & Rechnitzer G; Development of the Visionary Research model, Application to the Car-pedestrian conflict. MUARC Report 229, Dec 1994.

29. Grzebieta R, Zou R and Rechnitzer G, Go-Karts – Can they be Crashworthy?, Proceedings 4th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2004, ed. Chirwa E.C. and F. Bandak, Bolton Institute U.K., San Francisco, July 2004.

30. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, McIntosh A and Grzebieta R H, Crashworthiness Improvements for Light and Heavy Rail – Lessons Learnt from Crash Investigations, Proceedings 4th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2004, ed. Chirwa E.C. and F. Bandak, Bolton Institute U.K., San Francisco, July 2004.

31. Richardson S, Jiang T, Grzebieta R H and Rechnitzer G, Vehicle Lateral Side Impacts with Poles – A Review and Analysis, Proceedings 4th Int. Crashworthiness Conf. ICRASH2004, ed. Chirwa E.C. and F. Bandak, Bolton Institute U.K., San Francisco, July 2004.

32. Day L, Rechnitzer G, Lough J, An Australian Experience with Tractor Rollover Protective Structure Rebate Programs: Process, Impact and Outcome Evaluation, Accident Analysis and Prevention 36 (2004) 861-867.

33. Rechnitzer G & Wigglesworth E; Innovations In Rail Injury Prevention At Railroad Level Crossings; Presented at Safety In Action 2004, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 30th March 2004- 1 April 2004. Safety Institute of Australia.

34. Richardson S, Grzebieta R & Rechnitzer G, A Methodology for Estimating Vehicle Rollover Propensity, 18th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, Nagoya, Japan, May 2003.

35. Jiang T, Grzebieta R, Rechnitzer G, Zhao X & Richardson S, Review of Car Frontal Stiffness Equations for Estimating Vehicle Impact Velocities, 18th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, Nygoya, Japan, May 2003.

36. Sherker S, Ozanne-Smith J, Rechnitzer G.and Grzebieta R H (2003) A multi-disciplinary methodology for determining risk factors for arm fracture in falls from playground equipment, Injury Prevention (accepted for publication in March issue).

37. Grzebieta R H and Rechnitzer G, Commercial Vehicles in Australia – Fleet, Accident Statistics, Crash Tests, 3rd DEKRA Symposium “Passive Safety of Commercial Vehicles”, October 2002, Neumunster, Germany.

38. Grzebieta R H, Rechnitzer G & Richardson S. (2002) ‘Why the road toll is no accident – we have designed it so’, Proceedings Saferoads 2002: Turning plans into action. Local Road Safety Conference, 16-17 July, Melbourne, Australia [abstract].

39. Day L, Walsh P, Scott M, Rechnitzer G & Williams R (2002) ‘Development of the Safe Tractor Assessment Rating System’, Proceedings 6th International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, May, Montreal, Canada, Published abstract.

40. Lambert J McK & Rechnitzer G, Review of Truck Safety: Stage 1: Frontal, Side and Rear Underrun Protection, Monash University Accident Research Centre. Report No. 194, for VicRoads, April 2002.

41. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Hoareau E & Deveson N, Police Vehicles: rollover Stability Analysis (Phase 1 project); Monash University Accident Research Centre Report No. 184, March 2002.

42. Rechnitzer G, Innovative Measures to Reduce Crash Occurrence and Severe Injury Risk at Passive Railroad Crossings, Proceeding of the Seventh International Symposium On Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Research And Safety – Getting Active At Passive Crossings, 20-21 February 2002, Monash University (Clayton), Melbourne, Australia.

43. Rechnitzer G, Specifying Safety Performance Systems In Vehicle Procurement, Proceedings ICrash2002 International Crashworthiness Conference, 25-27 February 2002, Melbourne Australia.

44. Richardson S, Grzebieta R H & Rechnitzer G, Proposal for a Dynamic Rollover Protective System Test, Proceedings ICrash2002 International Crashworthiness Conference, 25-27 February 2002, Melbourne Australia.

45. Richardson S A, Rechnitzer G, Grzebieta R H and Hoareau E, An Advanced Methodology for Estimating Vehicle Rollover Propensity, Proceedings ICrash2002 International Crashworthiness Conference, 25-27 February 2002, Melbourne Australia.

46. Rechnitzer G., Grzebieta R.H., Richardson S. and Levick N., Proceedings Military and Emergency Vehicle Safety TOPTEC, SAE International, Tempe, Arizona, USA, Sept 11-12, 2001

47. Grzebieta R H & Rechnitzer G, Crashworthy Systems – a paradigm shift in road safety design (Part II), Transport Engineering in Australia, V7, Nos 1&2, 2001, Institution of Engineers Australia.

48. Rechnitzer G, Grzebieta R, Brown G & Schuster R, Effectiveness Of Cargo Barriers To Protect Front Seat Occupants In Rear Impacts – Crash Test Evaluation; International Journal Of Crashworthiness, V6, No. 2, 2001.

49. McWilliams G, Rechnitzer G, Deveson N, Fox B, Clayton A & Larsson T, Reducing Serious Injury in the Construction Industry; report for WorkSafe Victoria, Dec. 2001.

50. Rechnitzer G, Richardson S, Hoareau E & Deveson N, Evaluation and Testing of Police Vehicles for Rollover Stability, 2001: Road Safety Research Policing and Education Conference, Hilton on the Park. Proceedings Volume 1- Refereed Papers; pp267-275. 18-20 November 2001.

51. Rechnitzer G, Seyer K & Powell G, Performance Criteria, Design And Crash Testing Of Effective Rear Underride Guards, Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference On The Enhanced Safety Of Vehicles, Amsterdam 2001, 4-7 June 2001.

52. Grzebieta R H, Tingvall C and Rechnitzer G (2001) Geometric Compatibility in Near Side Impact Crashes, Proc. 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

53. Zou R, Rechnitzer G and Grzebieta R H (2001) Simulation of Truck Rear Underrun Barrier Impact, Proc. 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

54. Rechnitzer G, Role of Design in Occupational health and Safety, Safety in Action Conference, May 1-3, 2001, Melbourne, Safety Institute Of Australia.

55. Grzebieta R & Rechnitzer G, Vision Zero – The Need for Crashworthy Systems, Proceedings 24th Australasian Transport Research Forum “Zero Road Toll – A dream or a realistic Vision; Hobart, Tasmania, 17-20 April 2001.

56. Rechnitzer G, Applying First Principles For The Design Of Crashworthy Systems For Road Safety, Proceedings Road Safety Research, Policing and Education 2000 Conference, Sheraton Brisbane, Queensland, 26-28 November 2000.

57. Grzebieta R, Rechnitzer G, Tingvall C, Judd R & Powell C, Vehicle compatibility – get the geometry and interfaces right first; Proceedings 1999 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education 2000 Conference, Sheraton Brisbane, Queensland, 26-28 November 2000.

58. Rechnitzer G & Grzebieta R, Brown G & Shuster R, Effectiveness of cargo barriers to protect front seat occupants in rear impacts – crashtest evaluation, ICrash 2000 International Crashworthiness Conference 6-8 September 2000, London (also published in Int. J. Crashworthiness, Vol. 6, No.2, pp.141-154, 2001).

59. Rechnitzer G, Haworth N & Kowadlo N, The Effect of Vehicle Roadworthiness On Crash Incidence And Severity. Report No. 164, 2000. Monash University Accident Research Centre

60. Grzebieta R & Rechnitzer G, Tram Interface crashworthiness, ICrash 2000 International Crashworthiness Conference 6-8 September 2000, London.

61. Rechnitzer G, Heavy Vehicle design and Safety, Proceedings of Safety In Action 2000 Conference, Melbourne Convention Centre 4-6 April 2000; Safety Institute of Australia.

62. Rechnitzer G, Risk Control Systems in Road Safety – Relevant Applications for the Prevention of Occupational Trauma, Worklife 2000 Workshop: “Criteria Systems For Workplace Risk Assessment, Control And Prevention”, Safety Science Monitor, Issue 1 2000, Article 2, V4. www.general.monash.edu.au/muarc/IPSO/vol4/issue1/2rechnit.pdf

63. Grzebieta R, Rechnitzer G, Daly P, Little P & Enever D, Crash compatibility of Trams, Proceedings 1999 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Canberra, ACT, 28-30 November 1999.

64. Rechnitzer G, Grzebieta G, Brown G M & Schuster R, Effectiveness of Load Restraint system and load subjected to rear impacts – crash testing of Telstra VT Commodore Service Vehicle, Proceedings 1999 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Canberra, ACT, 28-30 November 1999.

65. Rechnitzer G, The New Australian/NZ Standard 3845:1999 Road Safety Barrier Systems – Performance Evaluations, Proceedings the 6th ITE International

Conference Road Safety Enforcement Beyond 2000, Workshop on Roadside Infrastructure Crashworthiness, 6-7 September 1999, Melbourne.

67. Rechnitzer G and Grzebieta R H, Crashworthy Systems – a paradigm shift in road safety design, Transport Engineering in Australia, IEAust, Ed.2, Dec. 1999, (also presented and in proceedings of “Aus Top Tec” Topical Technical Symposia, Society of Automotive Engineers Australia, Melbourne, Aug 1999).

67. Thomas I F, Rechnitzer G, Fitzgerald E, Taylor S, Road Tunnels as Confined Spaces, Risk 99 Back to The Future, Risk engineering Society Conference, 30-31 August 1999, Melbourne.

68. Rechnitzer G, The Role Of In-Depth Investigations In Injury Research And Prevention, Proceedings Third National Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, 9-12 May 1999, Brisbane, Queensland.

69. Day L & Rechnitzer G, Evaluation of the Tractor Rollover protective Structure Rebate Scheme, May 1999, Monash University Accident Research Centre. Report 155.

70. Rechnitzer G, Lane J., McIntosh A.S. & Scott G., Serious neck injury in rollovers – is roof crush a factor? International Journal of Crashworthiness, V3 No.3, Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, U.K., September 1998.

71. Rechnitzer G, Crash Investigations, Vehicle Crash Analysis – Introduction to Collision Reconstruction, Conference Proceedings, SAE (Australasia) 4 September 1997, Melbourne.

72. Larsson T J, Rechnitzer G, Ozanne-Smith J, Newstead S, & Gantzer S, Strategic Occupational Injury Prevention – Occupational Black Spots – Victoria (Analysis And Priorities); Policy Research Report No. 6, Part 1; Victorian WorkCover Authority, August 1997.

73. Rechnitzer G, Larsson T J & Mantle B, Strategic Occupational Injury Prevention – Occupational Black Spots – Ballarat Region, Policy Research Report No. 6, Part 2; Victorian WorkCover Authority, August 1997.

74. Larsson T J, Rechnitzer G & Lee S, Strategic Occupational Injury Prevention – “Operation Safety” Preventing Occupational Injuries Through Regional Intervention Policy, Research Report No. 6, Part 3; Victorian WorkCover Authority, August 1997.

75. Zou R, Rechnitzer G, Grzebieta R H, (1997), MADYMO Modelling of a Car Impacting an Energy Absorbing Rear Truck Underrun Barrier, Proc. 2nd International Conference on Accident Investigation, Reconstruction, Interpretation and the Law, ed. F. Bullen and R. Troutbeck, Brisbane, Australia.

76. Rechnitzer G, Zou R, Grzebieta R, Madymo Computer Modelling Of Energy Absorbing Rear Underrun Barriers For Heavy Vehicles – A Pilot Study; March 1997, Monash University Accident Research Centre. Report 112.

77. Mcfarlane S, Swenson D, Sweatman P F, Rechnitzer G, Analysis of Omnibus Side-swipe crashes involving trucks, Road User Research Report 96-261-01, Draft Report to National Road Transport Commission and Federal Office of Road Safety, 1996.

78. Rechnitzer G, Preventative Techniques In Manual Handling, Occupational Health and Safety In The Public Sector Conference, 17-18 July 1996, Rydges Canberra, IIR Conferences.

79. Rechnitzer G, Lane J, Scott G, Rollover crash study – vehicle design and occupant injuries. Presented at the 15th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, 13-16 May 1996; Paper No. 96-S5-O-10. World Congress Centre, Melbourne.

80. Rechnitzer G, Powell C, Seyer K, Use of Glass Fibre reinforced composite tubes for energy absorption in vehicle crashes. 29th ISATA Conference; 3-6 June 1996, Florence, Italy.

81. Rechnitzer G, Powell C, Seyer K, Development and testing of energy absorbing Rear underrun Barriers for Heavy vehicles. 15th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, 13- 6 May; Paper No. 96-S4-O-10, World Congress Centre, Melbourne.

82. Sweatman P F, Ogden K W, Haworth N, Corben B, Rechnitzer G, Diamantopoulou K; Heavy Vehicle Crashes In Urban Areas, CR155, 1995, Federal Office Of Road Safety, 1996.

83. Finch C F, Rechnitzer G, Hodgson R, Brumen I, Caple D, Manual Handling Risk Assessment In Manufacturing Industries – A Focus On Women (An Evaluation Of The manual Handling Risk Assessment Checksheets), August 1996, Monash University Accident Research centre, Report 97.

84. Rechnitzer G, Assessing Vehicle Crashworthiness From Crash Investigations, Presented At The Inaugural International Conference On Accident Investigation And The Law, 16-19 Oct. 1995, Gold Coast. Queensland University of Technology.

85. Rechnitzer G, Measuring And Assessing Vehicle Crashworthiness, Presentation at the Conference ‘Vehicle Accidents, Their Cause-Reconstruction and Law’, 28-29 July 1995, Old Melbourne Hotel, Melbourne; Monash University.

86. Grzebieta, R.H., de Forest R., Rechnitzer G. (1995). Vehicle Accidents – Their Cause, Reconstruction and Law, Proceedings seminar held at Old Melbourne Hotel, Dept. Civil Engineering, ISBN 073260869, Melbourne, Australia.

87. Finch C, Rechnitzer G, Brumen I, Hodgson R, Caple D, Risk Management Plans For Women: Reducing Workplace Manual Handling Injuries; Presented At The OHS In Manufacturing Conference, 26-27 June 1995, Sebel Town House, Sydney.
 

88. Larsson T J & Rechnitzer G (1994) ‘Forklift Trucks-Analysis of severe and fatal Occupational Injuries, Critical Incidents and priorities for Prevention’, Safety Science 17, Elsevier, p275-289.

89. Rechnitzer G, Lane J (1994) ‘Rollover Crash Study – Vehicle Design and Occupant Injuries’, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Melbourne, Report No 65.

90. Rechnitzer G, Scott G & Murray N W, (1993). ‘The Reduction of Injuries to Car Occupants in Rear End Impacts with Heavy Vehicles’; 37th STAPP Car Crash Conference, 8-10 November 1993, San Antonio, Texas, paper 933123, SAE Inter.

91. Rechnitzer G, (1993) ‘Improving the Design of Heavy Vehicles To Reduce the Injury Risk to Other Road Users in Crashes’, 18th Australasian Transport Research Forum, Gold Coast Queensland; September 1993. Graduate School of Management, University of Queensland, pp479-500.

92. Rechnitzer G, Scott G & Murray N W, (1993) ‘Design and Testing of Effective Rear Underrun Barriers for Heavy Vehicles’. Dynamic Loading in Manufacturing and Service, Melbourne, 9-11 February 1993. The Institute of Engineers, Australia, pp 189-198 (National Conference Publication No. 93/1).

93. Rechnitzer G (1993) “Truck Involved Crash Study: Fatal and injury crashes of cars and other road users with the front and side of heavy vehicles”, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Melbourne, Report 35.

94. Rechnitzer G & Larsson T J (1992) “Forklift trucks and severe injuries: Priorities for Prevention”, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Melbourne, Report No. 30.

95. Rechnitzer G and Foong Chee Wai (1991) “Truck Involved Crash Study: Fatal and Injury Crashes of Cars into the Rear of Trucks”, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Melbourne. Report No. 26.

96. Haworth N & Rechnitzer G (1993) “Description of Fatal Crashes Involving Various Causal Variables”, Federal Office of Road Safety, Canberra, Report CR119.

97. Rechnitzer G (1979) Linear and Non-Linear Finite Element Analysis of Underground Structures – including case studies of Flagstaff Station and Running Tunnels, Melbourne Underground Rail Loop Project. M.Eng. Sci. thesis, Melbourne University, 1979.

98. Baxter D A& Rechnitzer G (1979) Applications of the Finite Element method on a Large Tunnelling Project, Tunnel Design and Practice Extension Course, Australian Geomechanics Society, Melbourne 1979.