A Comparison Between Part 572 Dummy and Human Subject in the Problem of Submarining 791026
Anthropometric data relative to the pelvis have been obtained from X-rays of volunteers and Part 572 dummy, as well as pelvic bones of 28 human skeletons. Consequently, modifications in the pelvic portion of Part 572 dummy are proposed. These are based on the study in the difference of tendancy to submarining, the difference of the pelvic shape, and the abdominal flexibility between Part 572 dummy and the human being.
Citation: Leung, Y., Tarrière, C., Fayon, A., Mairesse, P. et al., "A Comparison Between Part 572 Dummy and Human Subject in the Problem of Submarining," SAE Technical Paper 791026, 1979, https://doi.org/10.4271/791026. Download Citation
Y. C. Leung, C. Tarrière, A. Fayon, P. Mairesse, A. Delmas, P. Banzet
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