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Initial Conclusions of An International Task Force on Child Restraining Systems
Published November 04, 1991 by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in United States
Eighteen experts from 13 teams and 7 countries are joining their efforts: • to gather and analyze together the maximum number of accident cases where restrained children are involved, • to select the most useful cases for experimental reconstructions; -to check and quantify certain mechanisms, -to increase knowledge of child tolerance to impact through linkage of parameters recorded with the injuries (or lack thereof) in real life accidents.
The paper describes the work already done, presents the program going on and the first available conclusions.