1968-02-01

The Design and Development of a More Effective Child Restraint Concept 680002

Concept and engineering feasibility of a new child restraint system has been demonstrated by various dynamic tests. These tests indicate that the restraint system will retain a child-like dummy in rollovers, side impacts at 17 mph, and in frontal impacts as severe as a 30 mph barrier crash. This unique system that can be used in any passenger seat position having a lap belt consists of a partially encapsulating shield and an internal box-like 3-inch high seat.

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