Development and Application of a Multi-Channel Load Sensing System for Research of Crashworthiness 810381
We have been developing a Multi-Channel Load Sensing System (abbreviated M.C.L.S.S.) measuring impact loads of all required vehicle structure parts independently, during impact against the fixed barrier.
By using the above load cell for rear-end collision against the fixed barrier for two different rear body types, we could clarify the distribution of the impact loads and the energy absorption of the required vehicle structural parts.
Citation: Ogata, K., Tanaka, Y., and Shibata, K., "Development and Application of a Multi-Channel Load Sensing System for Research of Crashworthiness," SAE Technical Paper 810381, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810381. Download Citation