Development of Frontal Restraint Systems meeting Legal and Consumer Protection Requirements
Belts, belt-load limiters, airbags, steering column, knee bolster, seat ? - only if all the components of a frontal restraint system are in perfect harmony it is possible to meet the different legal limit values as well as the requirements of consumer tests. However, these requirements, e.g. FMVSS 208, U.S. NCAP, Euro NCAP et al. are manifold and extensive, partly contradict each other, or the requirements superpose each other. Therefore it is a challenge for every development engineer to develop a restraint system by a clear, strategic procedure; time-saving and target-oriented with an optimal result. In this 2-day seminar this strategic way of development will be shown. You will learn a procedure how to ideally solve the complex development task of a typical frontal restraint-system design within the scope of the available tools test and simulation. Especially the importance and the influence of individual system components (e.g. belt-load limiters) for the accomplishment of development-sub tasks (e.g. minimum chest deflection) will be covered. In addition the influence of the airbag module design on the hazards of Out-of-Position (OoP) situations is going to be discussed, and a possible development-path for the compliance with the OoP requirements according to the FMVSS 208 legislation will be shown. The possibilities and limits of the development tools test and simulation will be discussed and communicated. Last but not least tips and tricks for a successful overall system design will be part of this seminar. In this seminar you will become familiar with a procedure for the successful development of a frontal restraint system. Furthermore you will learn which development tool, simulation or test, is best suited for the respective sub task. Moreover you will be made aware of the influence of the individual components of a restraint system (belts, belt-load limiters, airbags, steering column, knee bolster, seat, ...) on the efficiency of the entire system. Finally future topics such as the compatibility of vehicles as well as pre-crash preparation and prevention of accidents are integrated into the seminar.
Who should attend?
The seminar addresses simulation and test engineers, project engineers and project managers as well as the heads of development departments in the field of passive safety who work on the design of restraint-systems for vehicles.
- Identification of the relevant development load cases
- Procedures for the development of a restraint system
- Influence and importance of individual system components on the overall performance
- Development strategy for UN regulations and NAR restraint systems
- Development path for the conformance to the OoP requirements according to FMVSS 208
Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH
Kai Golowko has been working in the area of vehicle safety since 1999. He started his career as a test engineer for passive safety at ACTS. Since 2003 he has been working as senior engineer for occupant safety and pedestrian protection. Since 2005 he has managed the department vehicle safety at Bertrandt in Gaimersheim. He has also been responsible for active and passive vehicle safety for the Bertrandt Group since 2017.
|04 Nov - 05 Nov 2019||Deutsch||1340 EUR (1590 EUR from 08 Oct 2019 )||3420|
|Tappenbeck (Bertrandt, Krümke 1, 38479 Tappenbeck)||» Register|
Kai Golowko (Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH)
|Monday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 17:00|
All prices are exclusive of VAT.