Video and time series data collected through Video Event Recorder (VER) equipment installed in vehicles have been identified as a valuable source for insights into the causation of crashes. Previous collaborations with a commercial company providing
Author(s)
Piccinini G, Bärgman J
Year of publication
2018
Author(s)
Happee R, De Winter JCF
Year of publication
2017
Occupants have already in today’s cars the opportunity to choose various reclined seatingpositions. As highly automated driving (HAD) vehicles are introduced on the market, thepossibility to sit in reclined positions will increase. The car manufacturers will
Author(s)
Hagberg A, Jodlovsky S
Published in
Examensarbete at Luleå University of Technology
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Östling M
Published in
Presentation at SAFER Lunch Seminar 5 Apr 2018
Year of publication
2018
Author(s)
Jakobsson L, Victor T
Published in
Presentation at Resultatkonferens 27 sept 2017, Göteborg
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Östling M, Kock H-O, Sunnevång C
Published in
Conference presentation at VDI-Tagung Fahrzeugsicherheit 29 Nov 2017, Berlin, Germany
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Silva F
Published in
UT3 Paul Sabatier
Year of publication
2016
Crush tests have been performed on flat unidirectional non-crimp fabric (NCF) coupons with different fibre orientations as part of the validation of a ply-based damage model for crash. The fibre off-axis angle with respect to the
Author(s)
Bru T, Olsson R, Vyas GM, Costa S
Published in
21st International Conference on Composite Materials, Xi’an, 20-25th August 2017
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Costa S, Gutkin R, Olsson R
Published in
29th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics (NSCM29). Chalmers, Gothenburg, Sweden
Year of publication
2016
The experimental evaluation of the shear response of fibre-reinforced plies is a requirement for accurate material models predicting progressive damage. In the first part of the paper, the quality of the Iosipescu shear test is investigated
Author(s)
Bru T, Olsson R, Gutkin R, Vyas GM
Published in
Composite Structures
Year of publication
2017

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