1964-10-21

Dynamic Research of Passenger Restraining Devices 640857

Studies of the effectiveness of two different passenger restraint systems have been made using the Northrop dynamic test sled with high-speed color photography. A child’s harness design was found to be adequate in forward impacts but needed improvement in angular impacts. A redesign is shown to be adequate in impacts in all directions. A second study proves the lap belt to be effective when used with reclining seats.

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