Technical Specifications of the SID-IIs Dummy 952735
The SID-IIs is a small [s], second-generation [II] Side Impact Dummy [SID] which has the anthropometry of a 5th percentile adult female. It has a mass of 43.5 kg, a seated height of 790 mm, and over 100 available data channels. Based on the height and mass, this is equivalent to an average 12-13 year old adolescent. The state-of-the-art SID-IIs has special application in evaluating the performance of side impact airbags. The dummy has undergone prototype testing and will shortly be available for worldwide evaluation. This paper describes the technical details of the dummy, its biomechanical design targets, how well it met those targets, its validation requirements, and its instrumentation. The dummy is the product of a joint development agreement between the Occupant Safety Research Partnership (OSRP) of USCAR and First Technology Safety Systems.
Roger P. Daniel, Annette Irwin, John Athey, Joe Balser, Paul Eichbrecht, Robert W. Hultman, Sarah Kirkish, Ann Kneisly, Harold Mertz, Guy Nusholtz, Stephen Rouhana, Risa Scherer, Michael Salloum, Joe Smrcka
Members of the Small Size Advanced Side Impact Dummy Task Group of the Occupant Safety Research Partnership, First Technology Safety Systems
39th Stapp Car Crash Conference (1995)
39th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings-P-299, SAE 1995 Transactions: Journal of Passenger Cars-V104-6