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WorldSID debut for UN / WP 29. WorldSID Tri Chair Committee On behalf of the WorldSID Task Group of the ISO/TC22/SC12/WG5 133 rd session of UN / WP 29 Geneva, June 22, 2004. Outline. Background Scope Organization Worldwide Participation Timeline Design Worldwide Evaluation

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Worldsid debut for un wp 29

WorldSID debut forUN / WP 29

WorldSID Tri Chair Committee

On behalf of the WorldSID Task Group of the ISO/TC22/SC12/WG5

133rd session of UN / WP 29

Geneva, June 22, 2004


Outline
Outline

  • Background

  • Scope

  • Organization

  • Worldwide Participation

  • Timeline

  • Design

  • Worldwide Evaluation

  • Production Release

  • Documentation

  • Other Activities

  • Next Steps


Background
Background

  • Need for improved side impact dummy biofidelity

  • Need for harmonization

    • No biomechanical reason for having different dummies in different markets – no corresponding safety benefit


Scope
Scope

  • Worldwide program to design, develop, fabricate and test a harmonized mid-sized male side impact dummy

  • ISO TR 9790 Biofidelity classification: “good” to “excellent”

  • Design documentation to be in public domain


Worldwide participation
Worldwide participation

  • Lear

  • MIRA

  • NHTSA

  • Nissan

  • OSRP

  • PDB

  • PSA

  • Porsche

  • Renault

  • SIBER*

  • TNO

  • TRC

  • Toyota

  • Transport Canada

  • TRL

  • TRW

  • Volvo

  • VW

  • Fiat

  • Ford

  • GM

  • Honda

  • INRETS

  • ISO

  • JAMA

  • JARI

  • JMLIT

  • LAB

  • AAMA

  • ACEA

  • Alliance

  • Autoliv

  • AUDI

  • BASt

  • BMW Group

  • CEESAR

  • DaimlerChrysler

  • DOTRS – Australia

* EC Sponsored


Timeline
Timeline

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Release

Finalize ProductionDocuments

Set up program and

develop specifications

Prototype Rev. 1

development and evaluations

Pre-production development and evaluations

Prototype

development and evaluations


Design
Design

  • Developed by hundreds of engineers, scientists and technicians

  • Over 45 organizations from around the world

  • Governmental agencies, research institutes, industry

  • Design Team working under the direction of the Task Group

    • Dynamic Research Inc. (Project Management)

    • Denton ATD

    • DTS

    • FTSS

    • R.A. Denton, Inc.


Design1

Head14 channels

Neck 9 channels

Shoulder 7 channels

Full Arm (optional)

20 channels per arm

Thorax 19 channels

Abdomen 8 channels

Lumbar Spine 9 channels

Pelvis 24 channels

Leg 25 channels per leg

Design

  • Available Instrumentation



Worldwide evaluation
Worldwide Evaluation

  • 11 pre-production dummies were evaluated

  • Organizations from around the world

  • Governmental agencies, research institutes, industry


Worldwide evaluation1
Worldwide Evaluation

  • Biofidelity testing

    • ISO TR 9790 tests

    • IHRA proposed tests

  • Sled and pendulum tests

    • Durability

    • Sensitivity (impact location, offset, impact angle)

    • Repeatability

    • Reproducibility

  • Certification and component testing

    • Repeatability and reproducibility

    • Developed certification corridors


Worldwide evaluation2
Worldwide Evaluation

  • Full scale crash tests (25 +)

    • In-vehicle performance

    • Durability, handling, repeatability

    • Comparison of WorldSID and other side impact dummy responses including ES-2, ES-2re


Worldwide evaluation3
Worldwide Evaluation

  • Test procedures

    • ECE-R-95

    • EURO-NCAP barrier

    • EURO-NCAP pole

    • FMVSS 201 pole

    • FMVSS 214

  • SINCAP

  • IHRA proposed IIHS barrier

  • IHRA proposed AEMDB barrier

  • IHRA proposed oblique pole

  • Vehicle- to-vehicle tests

More than 1000 component, sled and crash tests


Worldwide evaluation4

ES-2 4,7

ES-2 re 4,2

DOT-SID 2,3

Worldwide Evaluation

unacceptable marginal fair good excellent

0 2,6 4,4 6,5 8,6 10

  • Highest ISO TR 9790 Biofidelity Rating for WorldSID

7,6

WorldSID


Worldwide evaluation5
Worldwide Evaluation

  • WorldSID kinematics in 201 pole test

    • Shoulder shrugs and flexes


World evaluation
World Evaluation

  • US SINCAP test

    • Crabbed barrier

    • 62 km/h


Worldwide evaluation6
Worldwide Evaluation

  • Predicts abdominal injury risk

Abdomen Rib 1

Abdomen Rib 2

Abdominal Load Sum

Abdomen Rib 1

Abdomen Rib 2

Abdominal Load Sum

Displacement

Displacement

Displacement

Displacement

ES-2

ES-2re

WorldSID

Risk of Injury


Worldwide evaluation7

Middle thoracic rib deflection

Thoracic spine accleration at T1

Upper thoracic rib acceleration

Thoracic spine accleration at T12

Worldwide Evaluation

  • Two repeat ECE-R-95 tests


Worldwide evaluation8
Worldwide Evaluation

  • Superior biofidelity

  • Superior injury assessment capability

  • Good repeatability

  • Good reproducibility

  • Excellent handling

  • Gooddurability


Production release
Production Release

  • Worldwide evaluation completed in February 2004

  • Production design sign off occurred on February 12th, 2004

  • Production release on March 9th, 2004

Production Dummy available

(approx. 12 weeks lead time)


Documentation

ISO 15830 available in 2005

Documentation

  • ISO 15830documentation to support GTR

    • Working draft approved by ISO/TC22/SC12/WG5 May 2004

    • Currently for review and balloting by ISO/TC22/SC12

      • Committee Draft

    • Late 2004: review and balloting by ISO/TC22

      • Start process for ISO DIS 15830


Other activities

Draft presented at ISO/WG 6 Meeting in May 2004

Draft is included in ISO/CD 15830

Other Activities

  • Injury risk curves

    • ISO/TC22/SC12/WG6 is developing injury risk curves for the WorldSID

  • Seating procedure

    • ISO/TC22/SC10 is developing a seating procedure for the WorldSID


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Evaluation of WorldSID by the NHTSA beginning in August 2004

  • WorldSID Task Group to manage comments and revisions

  • Continue updates to GRSP

  • WorldSID Task Group to work with safety regulators to seek agreement for WorldSID to be the globally harmonized side impact dummy by 2007


Thank you www worldsid org

Thank you!

www.worldsid.org


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