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Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III Dummy

J. L. Blaker

Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III Dummy

by J. L. Blaker

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crash injuries.,
  • Neck -- Wounds and injuries.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14689942M

    This group has designed software intended to aid in the evaluation of transducer element condition. The second presentation will demonstrate use of a user-friendly automation software, developed at the University of Wisconsin, for periodic rapid quality assurance (QA or QC) using the tissue-mimicking conical window phantom described last year. Transducer Evaluation. goldwood. Author: Joan Aubrun Created Date: 4/17/ PM.

    EVALUATION OF A SERIES HYBRID THRUST BEARING AT DN VALUES TO THREE MILLION I - Analysis and Design by A. Gn, M. Eusepi, and L. W. Winn Prepared by MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED Latham, N.Y. for Leivis Research Center NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION • WASHINGTON, D. C. • JANUARY   I have been tasked with troubleshooting a problem with a depth sounder on the boat of a friend. They have yet to pull the boat so I have not even had a chance to look at it. Just trying to understand waht I am getting into after they pull and I need to work on the problem. What output.

    A pulsed transducer has a center frequency of 5 MHz. The lowest frequency found in the pulse is 2 MHz, and the highest is 8 MHz. What is the bandwidth of the transducer? When studying an obese pt, a higher frequency transducer will likely be required. False. If better resolution is desired a lower frequency transducer will help.


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Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III Dummy by J. L. Blaker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III Dummy. [J L Blaker; United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.].

Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III dummy. Final report. (), by J. Blaker (page images at HathiTrust) Modern control aspects of automatically steered vehicles. Technical note. (), by S. Pasternack (page images at HathiTrust) On-board vehicle sensor technology.

Volume II--technical report. Final report. the dummy. In the s Hybrid III dummies have been tested and used in controlled collisions. The results of padded and rigid Hybrid III dummy and cadaver head impacts at between 20 and 22 km/h were similar to the Hybrid II tests. lt was observed that the maximum cadaver head/neck extension was about 30 % greater than Hybrid III Size: 2MB.

Performance of the Part dummy is also presented for comparison. An evaluation of whole dummy repeatability and reproducibility during Hyge sled tests is described. Hybrid III and Part dummy performances are compared.

Additional work, which would be required to more fully evaluate Hybrid III, is by:   The complex procedure for dummy neck certification has many setup factors that can contribute to test variation and unacceptable precision.

Two steps within this protocol - two aspects of the neck's physical setup - were identified by the ACR group as potential sources for variation: 1) setting the pre-test D-plane angle by neck bracket adjustment, and 2) setting the torque on the neck : John D.

Below, Paul J. Depinet, Jason D. Jenkins, Emad Al-Tabakha, Virginia L. Watters. Blaker has written: 'Evaluation tests of lower neck transducer for the Hybrid III Dummy' -- subject(s): Crash injuries, Neck, Wounds and injuries 'User's guide' -- subject(s): Wounds and.

The mid-size Hybrid III dummy responded with greater forces and moments than the THOR. Regardless of dummy type, anthropometry, and velocity, peak lower neck moments were more sensitive to belt types than peak lower neck forces.

A similar pattern was apparent for upper neck by: 5. The use of the Hybrid III Dummy in Low-speed Rear Impact Testing Summary The poor biofidelity of the Hybrid III in low-speed rear impact conditions could send head restraint design in the wrong direction and reduce the level of whiplash protection offered to car occupants.

The Hybrid III is therefore not appropriate for whiplash protection testing. HYBRID III (Part Dummy) This is a 50th percentile adult male dummy specified by Part of the Code of Federal Regulation to be used for compliance testing cars.

The basis for the Hybrid ill is the ATDan advanced test dummy developed by General Motors in under a contract with the National Highway Traffic Safety. A BioRID II dummy and a Hybrid III dummy, each representative of a midsize adult male, were tested side-by-side in simulated rear-impact sled tests.

In all tests the dummies were restrained by 3. Hybrid III Male Dummy Parts. Overview. When used in a crash test this dummy is set up to measure the head, neck, chest, and leg, as it is these areas that are most at risk during a frontal collision.

In a frontal impact the car squashes inwards from the front causing foot-well intrusions, chest impacts from the steering wheel and airbag, and. Hybrid II and Hybrid III Dummy Neck Properties for Computer Modeling. Wright -Patterson AFB, OH: Armstrong Laboratory. Report No.

AL -TR - Determine appropriate MANIC(Gy) response for ATDs o Is Mx (side bending) significant in the ATD neck response o Is Six Factor (SF) MANIC required for ATD evaluation. Denton, in its comments on frequency response for the Hybrid III-type 5th percentile female adult dummy (Docket No.

NHTSA), suggests adding a note on each of the sensor drawings indicating “* * *what CFC channel class should be used for recording data with that type of transducer.”. Impact occurred in the range of mph ( km/hr), the upper limit of which was dictated by risk of damage to the neck transducer in the modified Hybrid III dummy.

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Another transducer of the same type can be used as a dummy load, where the electrical port of the dummy transducer is terminated with an electrical resistor of the appropriate value. An inductor is often inserted in addition to the resistor in order to compensate the damped capacitance of the dummy load transducer.

SummaryCited by: 1. The head and neck designs are based on the Hybrid III 5th percentile female dummy. The legs are Hybrid III 5th percentile female design available also with femur load cell instrumentation. At the same time, the dummy's torso construction is distinctly different from other Hybrid III series of dummies as the SID-IIsFRG design is particularly.

if you raise the transducer two feet above the patient's head, zero it to the atmosphere, then close the system back to the patient and leave the transducer in the same spot, the patient's heart essentially has to push that column of liquid an extra two feet against gravity.

the result is a lower-than-expected reading in comparison to the. The rear impact tests involved nomina 16, 24 and 40 km/h delta V. In some of the lower speed tests, two or four tests were available with the standing or seated pelvis. There were other minor difference in the belt system and neck used in the Hybrid III dummy.

The comparisons reported here involve the average of the repeat by: 2. 6 axis load cell for Q10 Dummy – location Lower Neck.

Equivalent to FTSS IF HC. Precision manufactured in Germany by MG Sensor. The 6 axis load cell can be supplied customized to your requirements and comes fully calibrated to ISO. 6 axis load cell for Q, Q3 & Q6 Dummy – location Neck, Lower/Lumbar Spine.

Equivalent to DentonFTSS IF Precision manufactured in Germany by MG Sensor. The 6 axis load cell can be supplied customized to your requirements and comes fully calibrated to ISO Transducer Testing.

Some transducer manufacturers have lead in the development of transducer characterization techniques and have participated in developing the AIUM Standard Methods for Testing Single-Element Pulse-Echo Ultrasonic Transducers as well as ASTM-E Standard Guide for Evaluating Characteristics of Ultrasonic Search Units.You lower a reflective surface (in our case an aluminum plate with holes cut in it), down into the water.

The retrieval rope has tagged marks on it so we know the depth that it is submerged. From there, we tweak the transducer offset (and several other functions on a survey grade depth finder) so that the true depth matches the actual depth.