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High speed video recordings of the tests were digitized Arima R5140 provide kinematic information on the occupant and vehicle response. Accelerometers were incorporated into the last 24 tests to monitor the acceleration levels at the bumper mount, seat mount and within the dummy. Very little frame deformation occurs for impact speeds below this value. Below this threshold, Arima R5140 vehicle frame can be considered rigid; vehicle response being dominated by the compliance of the bumper and suspension systems as well as sliding of Arima R5140 locked wheels.

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It is this elastic behaviour of the seatback which is the likely cause of whiplash injury. Resulting head velocities were found to be in the order of 1. Initial occupant postures which increased the distance between the torso and seatback tended to increase the dynamic loading experienced by the passenger.

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Analytical Arima R5140 of the vehicle was initiated as the groundwork for full occupant-vehicle simulation. Experimental research was undertaken to document the structural performance of vehicles, noting the impact speeds necessary to initiate the crush mechanisms in the rear portion of the vehicle.

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High speed video recordings of the tests were digitized to provide kinematic information on the occupant and vehicle response. Accelerometers were incorporated into the last 24 tests to monitor the acceleration levels at the bumper mount, seat mount and within the dummy. Very little frame deformation occurs for impact speeds below this value.

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The accompanying occupant response was a differential rebound of the head and shoulders off the seatback and head restraint. This relative motion between the head and torso was evident in each test and increases the potential for injury. Typical occupant response observed consisted of an initial loading and deflection of the seatback due to the occupant's inertia followed by the release Arima R5140 this stored spring energy as the Arima R5140 was catapulted forward.

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