The SISAME Methodology for Extraction of Optimal Lumped Parameter Structural Crash Models

Paper #:
  • 920358

Published:
  • 1992-02-01
Citation:
Mentzer, S., Radwan, R., and Hollowell, W., "The SISAME Methodology for Extraction of Optimal Lumped Parameter Structural Crash Models," SAE Technical Paper 920358, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/920358.
Pages:
17
Abstract:
The SISAME methodology is a system for extracting one-dimensional lumped parameter vehicle crash models from non-oblique crash test data, and for simulation of such models. Model extraction is based on constrained least squares optimization of an overdetermined system of target equations for the model parameters. The SISAME computer program performs extraction and simulation with a number of features that allow user control of the computations and outputs. Additional computer programs perform data assessment/correction and filtering. Experience has shown that the SISAME methodology can efficiently produce predictively useful models that accurately capture the motions of the actual crash event. The essential formulation of SISAME and some sample applications are presented in this paper.
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