1970-02-01

Active Versus Passive Motorist Restraints - Appareils de Securité “Actifs” et “Passifs” - Active und Passive Schutzvorrichtungen für Insassen von Kraftsahrzeugen 700424

The relative performances are provided for many of the forms of motorist restraining devices evaluated during 139 full scale crash tests conducted over a 20 year period at UCLA. The relative advantages of passive and active restraining devices are described. Some new concepts of passive restraints are illustrated.

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