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Low Speed Thorax Impact Test Procedure for the HIII 50th Male Dummy
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published July 22, 2015 by SAE International in United States
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Sections 2.1, 2.1.1, 2.2, 3.1.c – wording changes to properly reference SAE and SAE documents.
Section 2.1.1 – changed EA-23 to SAE J2856.
Section 3.1.a – change “vest and panty” to “shirt and pants”.
Section 3.1.c – correct references to SAE J211-1 and SAE J2527 latest versions as Recommended Practices.
Section 3.1.c – change filter class for chest deflection from CFC180 to CFC600 to conform to latest SAE recommendations and to be consistent with SAE J2856.
Section 3.2.a, 3.2.d, 3.2.f (2 places), 3.2.g (3 places), 3.2.h – change “chest skin” to “chest flesh”.
Section 3.2.d – change “panty” to “pants”.
Figure 1 – Fix probe mass and edge radius to match section 3.1.b.
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Dummy Testing and Equipment Committee
The Dummy Testing Equipment Committee (DTEC) is a group of experts with experience in the area of certification and handling of Anthropomorphic Test Devices (ATD), more commonly known as crash test dummies, and equipment related to ATD. The DTEC seeks to standardize the use and certification of ATD so that test data are both repeatable and reproducible.
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