Paper Title:
Study on the Crash Energy Absorption Structure of a Vehicle Simulator Crash Testing Equipment
  Abstract

A kind of crash energy absorption structure used by vehicle simulator crash testing equipment based on mechanical energy storage was studied. Dynamic explicit finite element simulation was conducted for steel tube combination structure under different conditions of length, center distance, thickness, and section dimension. Crash energy absorption characteristics of the structure were obtained. After optimization, a reasonable structure was given which can meet current vehicle crash regulation. And the optimized structure can be used in vehicle simulator, which increases the practicability of the testing equipment.

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Daizhong Su, Kai Xue and Shifan Zhu
Pages
266-269
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.486.266
Citation
X. Zhang, Q. Jiang, L. W. Li, W. W. Cui, J. J. Cui, Y. Cao, H. R. Zhao, "Study on the Crash Energy Absorption Structure of a Vehicle Simulator Crash Testing Equipment", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 486, pp. 266-269, 2011
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July 2011
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