2 edition of Impact responses and classifications of motor vehicle structural systems found in the catalog.
Impact responses and classifications of motor vehicle structural systems
G. C. Kao
|Statement||by G.C. Kao, V.M. Conticelli.|
|Series||Research staff report / Wyle Laboratories ;, WR 68-3, Research staff report ;, WR 68-3.|
|Contributions||Conticelli, V. M., Wyle Laboratories.|
|LC Classifications||TL242 .K36 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 153 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||85141282|
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Motor vehicle structures - concepts and fundamentals. This textbook deals with the structural mechanics of the mass-produced integral passenger car body. It provides a concise explanation of load paths in the vehicle body-in-white, based on engineering first principles.
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Side Impact Motor Vehicle Structural Characteristics From Crash Tests Side impact structural characteristics for a front wheel drive passenger car are investigated to compare occupant compartment stiffness to that for lateral collisions that involve the suspension and A or C by: 1.
front corner of a vehicle hits another vehicle or an object like a tree or utility pole, missing the structure rail/frame. In this test, a vehicle travels at 40 mph toward a 5-foot tall rigid barrier.
A Hybrid III dummy representing an average-size man is positioned in the driver seat. Twenty-five percent of the total width of the vehicle. crucial in vehicle industry to confirm the crashworthiness of car, which is forecasted by robust modeling and CAE analysis method.
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We implement a case study using vehicle simulation, cost models, and mixed logit demand model to examine equilibrium. Vehicle Structural Impact • One of the most complex engineering problems • Current design trends compound complexity – smaller, lightweight, energy-efficient vehicles – reduction of fuel consumption and pollution – integrated structural design - less structural redundancy • Computational design optimization requires.
“ Structural Parts: Parts that support vehicle weight and absorb road shock, while maintaining the vehicle shape. Structural parts also absorb and manage collision energy.” Based on the above statements, there are a few common denominators, including supporting vehicle weight and ab-sorbing collision energy and road shock.
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This book summarises the fundamentals of vehicle systems design and the analytical techniques of performance calculation. Part 1 on structural design, includes chapters on safety under impact, and noise and vibration. Part 2 is on body construction. Part 3 is on body systems.Motor Vehicle Structures has been written as a unified textbook dealing with the structural mechanics of the mass produced integral passenger car body.
It provides a clear and concise explanation of load paths in the vehicle body-in-white (BIW), based on engineering first principles.5/5(1).