Regression Model for Light Weight and Crashworthiness Enhancement Design of Automotive Parts in Frontal Car Crash

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This paper deals with a regression model for light weight and crashworthiness enhancement design of automotive parts in frontal car crash. The ULSAB-AVC model is employed for the crash analysis and effective parts are selected based on the amount of energy absorption during the crash behavior. Finite element analyses are carried out for designated design cases in order to investigate the crashworthiness and weight according to the material and thickness of main energy absorption parts. Based on simulations results, a regression analysis is performed to construct a regression model utilized for light weight and crashworthiness enhancement design of automotive parts. An example for weight reduction of main energy absorption parts demonstrates the validity of a regression model constructed.
Publisher
World Scientific Publishing
Issue Date
2008-09
Keywords

Crashworthines; Light weight design; Regression model; ULSAB-AVC model; Frontal car crash

Citation

Modern Physics Letters B, Vol.22, No.31-32, pp.5584-5589

DOI
10.1142/S0217979208050851
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/15552
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ME-Conference Papers(학술회의논문)

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