@ KentB — Yes, it's available publicly in my (personal) abstract that was published in the 'Journal of Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy and Sports Traumatology', ratified by peer-review within International Society for Skiing Safety (ISSS), published in 2005 — then this work was published, again, in an updated format that was also peer-reviewed-approved in 2007. Prior to publication, I presented these abstracts at the ISSS conferences in Japan (2005) and at ISSS Scotland (2007). All of the chief engineers from each of the alpine binding companies were present (as well as leading research biomechanical engineers, leading skiing safety epidemiologists, leading research orthopaedic surgeons, lawyers from the product liability insurance companies that provide coverage to each of the binding companies, representatives from ISO, TÜV, BfU, and as well as others interested in the advancement of skiing well-being). At these week-long conferences, there was considerable discussion about my presentations — and zero disagreement, even by my colleagues—the other binding engineers.
Professor Robert J. Johnson, MD of University of Vermont College of Medicine, Dept of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Burlington, Vermont — is the keeper of the publications noted above. He can reached at UVM College of Med. He should be able to sell copies of these pubs to you at a 'reasonable cost', but I cannot make any representations on behalf of Dr. Johnson. :) :)
Edited by Richard Howell - 1/16/13 at 12:01pm