Three-dimensional kinematic corridors of the head, spine, and pelvis for small female driver seat occupants in near- and far-side oblique frontal impacts.

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Summary of "Three-dimensional kinematic corridors of the head, spine, and pelvis for small female driver seat occupants in near- and far-side oblique frontal impacts."

Analyses of recent automotive accident data indicate an increased risk of injury for small female occupants compared to males in similar accidents. Females have been shown to be more susceptible to spinal injuries than males. To protect this more vulnerable population, advanced anthropomorphic test devices (ATDs) and computer human body models are being developed and require biofidelity curves for validation. The aim of this study is to generate female-specific 3D kinematic corridors in near- and far-side oblique frontal impacts for the head, spine, and pelvis.


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Name: Traffic injury prevention
ISSN: 1538-957X
Pages: 1-6


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