Introduction to Passive Safety of Vehicles
Ever increasing requirements regarding vehicle safety have led to rapid developments, with major innovations in the field of Active and Passive Safety. Especially legal requirements in the USA (FMVSS 208, 214), the consumer information tests U.S. NCAP, Euro NCAP and IIHS, as well as pedestrian protection should be mentioned here. So far an end of this development is not in sight. The seminar provides an introduction to Passive Safety of Vehicles. Passive Safety is about initiatives and legal provisions for the limitation of injuries following an accident. All important topics are covered in the seminar, from accident statistics and injury-biomechanics, which are decisive parts of accident research, to the crash-rules and regulations that are derived from the latter, and also to consumer information-tests with protection criteria and test procedures, and eventually to crash tests, where the compliance with the compulsory limits is tested and proven in test procedures. Specific attention is given to dummies, with which the potential loads on a person in an accident can be measured. Finally the basic principles of occupant protection are explained, and the components of occupant protection systems, respectively restraint-systems in motor vehicles such as airbags, belt-system, steering wheel, seat, interior, stiff passenger compartment and others, as well as their increasingly complex interaction, also in terms of new systems, will be discussed.
Who should attend?
The seminar addresses everybody who wants to obtain an up-to-date overview of this wide area. It is suited for novices in the field of Passive Safety of Vehicles such as university graduates, career changers, project assistants, internal service providers, but also for highly qualified technicians from the crash-test lab.
It is the primary objective of this seminar to communicate an understanding for the entire field of Passive Safety with all its facets and correlations, but also for its limits and trends. In the seminar you are going to learn about and understand the most important topics and can then judge their importance for your work. With the extensive, up-to-date documentation you obtain a valuable and unique reference book for your daily work.
- Introduction to vehicle safety
- Overview active and passive safety
- Crash physics
- Accident research
- General accident research
- Human anatomy
- Injury mechanisms
- Injury criteria
- Dummy technology
- Dummy family
- Crash testing
- Crash test systems and components
- Test methods
- Crash rules and regulations
- Rules and regulations
- NCAP tests
- Insurance tests (IIHS, RCAR, C-IASI, ...)
- Protection principles, occupant protection systems
- Protection principles of passive safety
- Occupant protection systems with sensors technology, ECU, airbag, belt system
- Passenger compartment, interior with steering wheel and steering column, seat
- OOP, pre crash, post crash, sensor system, vehicle body
- Optimization of restraint systems, adaptive systems
- Integrated safety
Ralf Reuter studied mechanical engineering and business administration at the technical universities of Darmstadt and Eindhoven. Since 1997 he has worked for carhs in various management positions. He deals with vehicle safety issues intensively, in particular with the latest developments in rules and regulations as well as consumer testing. As he is in charge of the SafetyWissen which has been published by carhs for many years, he keeps his knowledge up-to-date and profits from the inputs of carhs' trainer and expert network.
Rainer Hoffmann has been involved in automotive safety throughout his career. After graduating from Wayne State University, he joined Porsche as a research associate in passive safety. Mr. Hoffmann advanced safety simulation during his subsequent tenure at ESI Group where he introduced new techniques like airbag simulation, numerical airbag folding and FE dummy modeling. As the head of the simulation department of PARS (now Continental Safety Engineering), Mr. Hoffmann led the R&D efforts for some of the first series production side airbag developments. In 1994 Mr. Hoffmann founded EASi Engineering GmbH, which in 2006 was renamed to carhs GmbH. He has authored numerous technical papers and has been granted German and international patents in the automotive safety field.
Maren Finck is a Project Manager at carhs.training gmbh. From 2008 - 2015 she worked at EDAG as a project manager responsible for passive vehicle safety. Previously, she worked several years at carhs GmbH and TECOSIM as an analysis engineer with a focus on pedestrian safety and biomechanics.
|01 Sep - 02 Sep 2020||Deutsch||1340 EUR (1590 EUR from 05 Aug 2020 )||3543|
|Tappenbeck (Bertrandt, Krümke 1 / am Empfang im Gebäude 3 anmelden, 38479 Tappenbeck)||» Register|
Ralf Reuter (carhs.training gmbh)
|Tuesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 16:00|
|18 Nov - 19 Nov 2020||Deutsch||1340 EUR (1590 EUR from 22 Oct 2020 )||3544|
|Alzenau (carhs.training gmbh, Siemensstraße 12, 63755 Alzenau)||» Register|
Ralf Reuter (carhs.training gmbh)
|Wednesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 17:00|
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