1964-01-01

Safety Engineering for Crash Injury Prevention 640600

Methods of achieving crash-worthiness of aircraft in general are discussed. Specific conclusions are drawn with regard to the design loads for occupant restraint systems. A “ programmed break” concept for the fuselage of large aircraft is presented, and additional research which is needed to provide increased survival in accidents is suggested.

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