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2010-10-05

Study on Chest Injury of Occupants in Frontal Crash Tests Based on China NCAP Protocol 2010-01-2021

Although the chance that occupant's upper limbs were injured is decreased significantly in frontal crash with the popularization of safety belt and airbag, the injury problem of occupant's chest is still most frequent and fatal in traffic accidents. 37 groups of data of C-NCAP crash tests including full frontal crash and offset frontal crash tests were investigated in this paper. The chest injury distributing characteristic of drivers and passengers in these two kinds of crash configurations were obtained, and the effect rules of characteristic parameters on chest injury were summarized.

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