1969-02-01

Development of a Safer Nonlacerating Automobile Windshield 690484

A new, nonlacerating automobile windshield has been developed. It uses thin chemically strengthened glass.Concussion forces are limited to a safe level equal to or below that found in today's conventional windshields. This paper describes the windshield, tells why it works, and describes the development test program.

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