A detailed understanding of the size, shape, and postures of children is required to design effective restraint systems for protecting children in motor vehicle crashes. Compiled and edited by experts in the fields of anthropometry, ergonomics, and child restraint, this book includes 14 important papers which provide a comprehensive overview of the methods for collecting, analyzing, and applying child anthropometry data for crash safety purposes.
A detailed bibliography of over 25 additional non-SAE papers on child anthropometry is also included.
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Protection of Rear Seat Occupants in Frontal Crashes, Controlling for Occupant and Crash Characteristics
Neck Injury Biomechanics
Sleeper Cab Occupant Protection in Heavy Truck Rollovers