Collection of papers from the qBiomechanicsq session of the 2001 SAE World Congress, held March 5-8 in Detroit, Michigan. Paper topics include: interaction of the hand and wrist with a door handgrip during static side air bag deployment: simulation study using the CVS/ATB multi-body program; investigation and analysis of real-life pedestrian collisions; kinematics, injury mechanisms and design considerations for older children in adult torso belts; high speed measurement of contact pressure and area during knee-to-instrument panel impact events suffered from frontal crashes; air bag loading on in-position Hybrid III dummy neck; and modalities for constructing 3-D models of head and neck anthropometry, spinal cord and vertebral structures of infants to adolescents - for application to crash test dummy design.Figure 4 shows the range of upper tibia Y moments recorded in 35 NHS frontal offset tests, which were selected because all ... with the newer Hybrid lll foot- ankle that includes rubber stops for the rod connecting the foot and ankle ball joint. ... The test of the 1999 Dodge Durango shows an example of a large upper tibia Y moment and tibia axial force (Figure 6). ... that the combined effects of tibia bending and axial compressive load would reduce the stresses and change the directionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Biomechanics Research and Development|
|Author||:||Society of Automotive Engineers|