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    Crumple Zones Research

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    What are crumple zones? Crumple zones are parts of a vehicle that are built with special structures inside them that allow them to crumple and deform in a collision. They are made of fibreglass and steel and are mainly built into the front part and the back part of a vehicle since these are the locations most impacts occur although they can also be put on the sides. Crumple zones were first invented in 1953 by the Mercedes-Benz company and their Mercedes-Benz 220se was the first car that it was used

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    Crumple Zone Design

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    The crumple zone is an essential part of any car that provides safety for the passengers during collusion with another car or object. Without any form of a crumple zone, passengers would be much more likely to suffer from injury or possibly death. For this same reason, crumple zones have existed in cars for years and are still being improved to this day. One way you can better understand a crumple zone is by creating a scale model. My group and I have made multiple crumple zones with trial and error

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    some Technique we can make it. Safety cell and crumple zone: According to a British Insurance Research study: 65% were in front impacts, 25% rear impacts, 5% left side, and 5% right side. So it is important to improve absorbing energy of impact force in front and rear vehicle by crumple zone, and protect passenger compartment by Safety cell. Crumple zone: crumple zones: front and rear areas of a vehicle that are create to deform and crumple during a traffic collision, by controlled the deformation

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    limit, depending on the traffic. When a driver is going 55 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour speed zone, it is going to take them longer to react to a stimulus because they are going ten miles over the speed limit. That may not seem like a big difference, but it is. For example, in a school zone the speed limit is 15 to 25 miles per hour. If a driver is going 35 or 40 miles per hour in that speed zone, they are more likely to hit a child who walks across the street, because they aren’t going to be

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    Exp # 1 Title: Inertia and Car accidents. Aim: To find out how inertia plays a part in accidents. Materials: 1.     Wooden ramp, approx 1.5m long and 30cm wide. 2.     Bricks or wooden blocks 3.     2 dynamics, trolleys or toy cars 4.     Plasticine 5.     metre rule Method: 1.     Two plasticine dummies weighing 20g each were made and placed on the trolleys. 2.     Trolley B was placed 30-40cm in front of the ramp. 3.     Trolley A was placed 100cm from the end of the ramp. Directly in line

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    as there are lots of both cars on our roads today. Why are cars like this allowed on the road? I think that physicians sh... ... middle of paper ... ... servility index. The thing is mind when the engineers are designing a car are to have a crumple zone at the front and rear of the car, keeping the steering column from collapsing upon the driver chest and making sure that the vehicle has a strong survival cage around the passengers. These are the three main aspects of what the Motor Vehicle Safety

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    Modern cars are created with crumple zones, areas of a car that are made to break when the car crashes into something. If you recall from the first paragraph about primary and secondary collisions, crumple zones can minimize the effect of primary collisions by taking the force and putting it into destroying the outside. We tried to mimic this with our design. Styrofoam

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    Essay On Car Safety

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    indicate why car safety is important. Governments, car companies, and automobile manufacturers have become more concerned with improving car safety. They have begun including vital safety features such as seat belts, air bags, head restraints, crumple zones etc. to protect us from injuries. All these additional features will indeed raise cost of production, however, their benefits are signific... ... middle of paper ... ... to the increase in car purchase price. According to An Evaluation of Head

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    Imagine not being able to ever talk to your best friend, family members or your girl/boy friend. That would be pretty hard to imagine right? Car accidents are the leading cause of teenage death in America over 68,000 teenage drivers have died in the past 10 years. Because of inexperienced drivers, many accidents are caused. Not only do they affect teens, but the people around us as well. Teens get into accidents for various reasons such as drinking, texting, speeding, and immaturity. In order to

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    The Use of Computers on Car Crash-Analysis Programs In the world today, computers are used in every field. Be it a major space exploration or a small chore like cleaning our room. The use of computers has made our lives easier but at the same time a computer failure can make our lives miserable too. We trust computers more than we trust anything else these days. We use computers to communicate, share personal information, buy goods online, etc. We also trust computers with our safety.

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