India adopted the ECE R21 regulation and interior fitting impact tests became mandatory in April for models manufactured from April and center-consols according to the regulations ECE-R21 and FMVSS. The acceleration of the ball head is measured by an accelerometer and evaluated. Michael Walter, Hartmut Chladek, Dr. Armin Huß Ingenieurbüro Huß und Feickert , Liederbach, Germany For a prototype of the new LANDROVER cockpit.
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Optimization of a Cockpit Structure according to ECE-R21 Regulation
We are using cookies to give you the best experience on regulationn site. The focus of the seminar is on the development process and the development tools and methods.
Examples of practical solutions will be shown and discussed. Typical conflicts of objectives in the design – e. The trainer comes to your site – you save travel expenses and travel time.
Optimization of a Cockpit Structure according to ECE-R21 Regulation — DYNAmore GmbH
Cookies are files stored in your browser and are used by most websites to help personalise your web experience. From numerous projects he has extensive experience in the field of occupant simulation and interior safety.
Internationally there are two important regulations regarding the design of interiors, r12 as cockpits, roof and door liners: Determination regulattion impact locations in a vehicle Development process and methods Solving of conflicts of objectives Typical deformation paths, padding materials.
All prices are exclusive of VAT. Both regulations stipulate requirements concerning the maximum head acceleration or the HIC in impacts on interior parts.
Head Impact on Vehicle Interiors: FMVSS and UN R21 – Empowering Engineers
In a workshop exemplary head impact locations in a vehicle interior and impact areas on a dashboard are determined. In addition, the development according to the head impact requirements in the overall-context of vehicle development is described in this seminar.
This course is available as an in-house seminar. This seminar is especially suited for engineers and technicians who work on the development of vehicle interior parts and who want to become familiar with the safety requirements that are relevant for these parts.
To prevent injuries resulting from impacts of the occupants ‘ heads on vehicle interior parts, these parts need to be designed in a way which allows sufficient deformation space to reduce the loads on the head.