Experimental characterization of the mechanical properties of an FHR with a focus on the behavior under non-symmetric loading conditions and investigation of its effect on neck loads in an oblique cra
keywords COMPOSITE, EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION, FEA, MOTORSPORT, PASSIVE SAFETY
Reference persons ALESSANDRO SCATTINA
Research Groups 25-Struttura e sicurezza dei veicoli: progettazione,simulazione,ottimizzazione
Thesis type NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
Description After the experimental characterization of the mechanical properties of a FHR device under non-symmetric loading conditions, the student will be asked to set-up a numerical model of the device and use it in finite element analysis on a THUMS HBM undergoing an oblique crash pulse within a motorsport compartment.
Optimization of the layup sequence of the device in order to minimize the occupant’s neck loads under such scenario.
See also 8858-2010_frontal_head_restraint.pdf www.fia.com
Notes In collaboration with FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE L'AUTOMOBILE
Deadline 13/07/2023 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA