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Evaluation Parameters and Criteria for the Reduction of Minor Neck Injuries During Rear-End Impacts~Human Volunteer Experiments and Accident Reconstruction Using Human FE Model Simulations
Published October 07, 2009 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Autumn Conference
In this study, a neck injury criteria would be proposed based on the hypothesis that neck pain is evoked by local strain on the cervical vertebral disk and facet joint caused by hyper translation and rotation of cervical vertebrae. Cervical vertebral motion was defined as strain on the cervical vertebral disk and facet joint and the relationship between the strain and parameters which can be obtained from dummy was investigated. Then, the risk curves for prediction of neck injuries were established on the parameters which have good correlations with the strain.
- Jonas Aditya Pramudita - Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Sadayuki Ujihashi - Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Koji Kaneoka - Waseda Univ.
- Fusako Sato - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Jacobo Antona - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Susumu Ejima - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Kunio Yamazaki - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Koshiro Ono - Japan Automobile Research Institute