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2003-03-03

Injury Risk Assessment of Several Crash Data Sets 2003-01-1214

Risk curves are developed for several crash data sets, expressing the probabilities of injury as a function of HIC, Extension Moment, Neck Tension and Maximum Deflection, respectively. The statistical method uses concept of thresholds that are interval censored and right censored. A combined evaluation method is used to select a “best” curve among the curves derived from various methods.

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