SAE Restraint Systems Effluent Test Procedure
- Ground Vehicle Standard
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This SAE Recommended Practice describes a method to collect, identify, and quantify effluent resulting from depliyment of in-vehicle stored energy restraint systems. Deployment and collection is completed in a 2.83 m₃ (100 ft₃) chamber. This procedure is written as a guideline for the identification and quantification of both particulate effluent (size, concentration, and composition) and gaseous effluent (concentration and composition). The intent of this procedure is to describe and recommend testing methods and not to establish limits for the effluent. This procedure should be used in conjunction with performance specifications from the customer and/or manufacturer of the device(s) being tested. This is a general procedure for repetitive and comparative testing, and suggests only general guidelines for the safe conduct of tests and reliable data correlation.
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Inflatable Restraints Committee
The primary objective of the Inflatable Restraints Standards Committee (IRSC) is to utilize the experience, knowledge and technical skills of its membership to address engineering problems that fall within the scope of members’ activities and interests. IRSC members, working in small groups or within Task Forces, carry out the following tasks: • develop, implement and validate all necessary investigations and studies to prepare Technical Reports, Information Reports and Recommended Practices; • work with industry, government, academia, regulatory bodies and other SAE committees in advising, consulting and exchanging pertinent technical information and data; • periodically review and revise Technical Reports, Information Reports and Recommended Practices to maintain their technical integrity, usefulness and clarity; • assist other committees, task forces or groups that could benefit from the IRSC members’ broad technical expertise and knowledge base.
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