Browse Publications Technical Papers 2011-28-0115
2011-10-06

Crumple Zone Design and Upper Legform Impactor Analysis For Pedestrian Protection 2011-28-0115

Recently, researches of pedestrian protection have been actively studied by automotive designers and engineers due to the enhanced pedestrian protecting regulations. It is required to design an energy absorbing structure, such as crumple zone that can sufficiently absorb the impact energy to reduce the leg injury when accident happens. The structure is designed by reducing the height of front end module, considering the mounting location, and impact characteristics. In this paper, the concept of the crumple zone was introduced and the role of the crumple zone was investigated by analyzing the performance of upper legform impact to a bonnet leading edge, and the design process was suggested.

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