Injury Risk Curves for Children and Adults in Frontal and Rear Collisions

Paper #:
  • 973318

Published:
  • 1997-11-12
Citation:
Mertz, H., Prasad, P., and Irwin, A., "Injury Risk Curves for Children and Adults in Frontal and Rear Collisions," SAE Technical Paper 973318, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/973318.
Pages:
18
Abstract:
This paper describes the development of injury risk curves for measurements made with the CRABI and Hybrid III family of biofidelic child and adult dummies that are used to evaluate restraint systems in frontal and rear-end collision simulations. Injury tolerance data are normalized for size and strength considerations. These data are analyzed to give normalized injury risk curves for neck tension, neck extension moment, combined neck tension and extension moment, sternal compression, the rate of sternal compression, and the rate of abdominal compression for children and adults. Using these injury risk curves dummy response limits can be defined for prescribed injury risk levels. The injury risk levels associated with the various injury assessment reference values currently used with the CRABI and Hybrid III family of dummies are noted.
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