Browse Publications Technical Papers 2019-26-0011
2019-01-09

Improved Clutch Pedal Ergonomic Position through Adjustable Clutch Pedal Assembly as per Anthropometry 2019-26-0011

In automotive sector, worlds demanding more riding comfort so accelerator, brake and clutch pedals plays important roles in providing comfort or discomfort to driver. Now days automotive OEMs paying more attentions on providing comfortable ergonomics positions of pedals but it is difficult meet the requirement of each and every (all percentile populations) person because of packaging/manufacturing/costing constraint.
Here we are providing the solution to meet the requirement of comfortable ergonomics position as per drivers wish for all kind of persons/drivers (5th percentile to 95th percentile) by providing the adjustable clutch pedal assembly with simple mechanism.
Currently adjustment provided in driver’s seat to adjust the comfortable driving position which provide the comfortable positions for 25th percentile to 95th percentile peoples also this arrangement having some limitations such as space constraint in cabin also high belly with low height persons may face the issue of belly obstacle while steering the vehicles. To overcome these issues adjustment in the pedal is must for comfortable driving position.

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