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SAE International Journal of Transportation Safety
2023 Student Special Issue: Collection of Papers Presented at the 18th Annual Injury Biomechanics Symposium JRN-TS-SI-02

Volume 11, Issue 2, 2023

SAE International is pleased to provide this special issue that is not peer reviewed as a supplemental addition to the regular volume year, supporting these student authors. Please note that this supplemental issue may not appear annually. The journal currently publishes only two regular issues per year.

The goal of this special issue is to bring together student research focused on advancing knowledge in injury biomechanics from a wide range of topics in the areas of sports, military, car crashes, and diverse populations. The twelve manuscripts in this special issue were previously presented at the 18th Annual Injury Biomechanics Symposium hosted by the Ohio State University.

Special Issue Co-Editors:
Becky Miller, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Virginia
Brian Bautsch, Honda Development & Manufacturing of America, Ohio
Julie Mansfield, Injury Biomechanics Research Center, Ohio State University, Ohio

The SAE International Journal of Transportation Safety publishes research concerning all aspects of injury causation and mitigation associated with any transportation system. This includes safety mechanisms, impact and injury response, and tolerance on multiple scales, with the objective of developing restraint, vehicle, and infrastructure environments.

The Injury Biomechanics Symposium provides a welcoming atmosphere where novice researchers receive feedback and support for their original work. The Symposium is a unique event where research trainees can develop their presentation skills in a non-threatening environment. It brings together students and industry members, providing opportunities for networking and allows young researchers to form connections that have both immediate and long-term impacts on their academic and professional careers. These opportunities also provide industry members with a first look at up-and-coming researchers in the injury biomechanics field.

Sincere appreciation is given to all the authors and co-authors for their input on this special issue. A special thank you to the Injury Biomechanics Symposium technical committee for the support and dedication to reviewing student submissions. This special edition would not be possible without Dr. John Bolte and the staff at the Injury Biomechanics Research Center for their vision, planning, and execution of the Injury Biomechanics Symposium.

Article Titles:
- Impact Area and Speed Effects on Powered Two-Wheeler Crash Fatality and Injury Risk
- Evaluation of Skin Penetration from Less Lethal Impact Munitions and Their Associated Risk Predictors
- A Parametric Thoracic Spine Model Accounting for Geometric Variations by Age, Sex, Stature, and Body Mass Index
- Comparison of the Knee–Thigh–Hip Response in Small Female ATDs with Female PMHS
- Effect of Torso Boundary Conditions on Spine Kinematic and Injury Responses in Head-First Impact Assessed with a 50th Percentile Male Human Body Model
- Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics to Model Spinal Canal Occlusion of a Finite Element Functional Spinal Unit Model under Compression
- Developing an Ovine Model of Impact Traumatic Brain Injury
- Improved Predictions of Human Rib Structural Properties Using Bone Mineral Content
- Restraint System Optimizations Using Diverse Human Body Models in Frontal Crashes
- The Impact of Seat Belt Pretensioner Deployment on Forward-Leaning Occupants
- Analysis of Kinetic Metrics in Submarining vs Non-Submarining Conditions for a 6YO Pediatric Human Body Model in Frontal Impacts
- Influence of Pre-Crash Vehicle Maneuvers on Front Passenger Safety Performance Response
- Summary of Poster Abstracts

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