This special publication contains the following 26 papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Occupant Protection held in Troy, Michigan, July 10-12, 1974: Energy Basis for Collision Severity, K.L. Campbell; Automotive Recorder Research--A Summary of Accident Data and Test Results, S.S. Teel, S.J. Peirce, and N.W. Lutkerfedder; An Inexpensive Automobile Crash Recorder, C.Y. Warner, J.C. Free, B. Wilcox, and D. Friedman; First Results of Exact Accident Data Acquisition on Scene, U.N. Wanderer and H.M. Weber; In-Depth Accident Data and Occupant Protection--A Statistical Point of View, J. O'Day; Development of Energy Absorbing Automotive Structures Using Scale Model Test Techniques, M.J. Pavlick; Front End Structures Crash Response Characterization, L.M. Shaw, G.F. Brammeier, and R.L. Anderson; Crash Energy Management in Subcompact Automobiles, P.M. Miller, M.O. Ryder, Jr., and N.E. Shoemaker; Theoretical and EXperimental Investigations on the Crashworthiness of Small Cars, H.J. Schimkat; BARBI, A new Radar Concept for Precollision Sensing, G.F. Ross; Fluid Crash Sensor, S. Ikeda, K. Nonaka, and M. Fukushima; The Development of an Air Bag on Collapsible Dashpanel Restraint System for Right Front Seat Occupants, N.E. Shoemaker and D.J. Biss; Study on Air Bag Systems for Nissan Small-Sized Cars, F. Abe and S. Satoh; Human Volunteer and Anthropomorphic Dummy Tests of General Motors Driver Air Cushion System, G.R. Smith, E.C. Gulash, and R.G. Baker; Anthropomorphic Dummy and Human Volunteer Tests of Advanced and/or Passive Belt Restraint Systems, T.H. Glenn; The Efforts of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the Development of Advanced Passive Protection Systems and Child Restraint Systems, C.E. Strother and R.M. Morgan; Development of Energy-Absorbing Safety Belt Webbing, J. Takada; A Force Limiting System on a Three-Point-Belt System Depending on Crash Velocity, D. Adomeit; Performance Matrices of Four Restraint Systems, U. Seiffert and W. Schwanz; Improved Restraint for U.S. Army Aircrewman, R.W. Carr and W.J. Nolan; An Introduction to Scale Model Testing to Determine Air Cushion Crash Sensor Location, T.O. Jones and W.A. Elliott; Scale Modeling of Vehicle Crashes--Techniques, Applicability, and Accuracy - Cost Effectiveness, B.S. Holmes and G. Sliter; Test Sled Simulation of Crash Induced Yaw and Pitch, A. Jordan; The Highway Safety Research Institute Dummy Compared with General Motors Biofidelity Recommendations and the Hybrid II Dummy, R.F. Neathery, H.J. Mertz, R.P. Hubbard, and M.R. Henderson, with Discussion by R.L. Hess and J.W. Melvin; Human Chest Impact Protection Criteria, R.L. Stalnaker and D. Mohan; and GM-ATD 502 Anthropomorphic Dummy--Development and Evaluation, J.A. Tennanth, R.H. Jensen, and R.A. Potter.

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Conference held at Troy, Michigan, July 10-12, 1974.
  • Corporate Authors:

    Society of Automotive Engineers

    485 Lexington Avenue
    New York, NY  United States  10017
  • Publication Date: 1974-7

Media Info

  • Pagination: 419 p.

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 00082721
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Report/Paper Numbers: Proceeding
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 26 1975 12:00AM