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PF Correlation 08022013

PF Correlation 08022013

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PF Front Seat FMVSS 202a Head Restraint Rearward Strength Test Correlation

Gokulakrishnan S Dated: 08/02/2013
APAC

20 Novembre, 2010

Record the cylinder displacement relative to the displaced torso reference line.5 seconds. (ECE 17 requires displacement to be less than 102 mm) Increase the load to 1078 ± 10 N in 125 seconds. Hold this load for 5.5 seconds. a posterior initial preload at the seat centerline at a height 65 mm below the top of the head restraint. Maintain this load level for 5 ± 0.5 ± 0.Test Correlation – PF Front Seat FMVSS 202a Lab Test setup Test Procedure Back Form Head Form • • Back form adjusted to torso angle Establish the displaced torso reference line by creating a posterior moment of 373 Nm about the H-point by applying a force to the seat back through the back pan at the rate of 187 ± 37 Nm/minute. • • • • • • • • Rack Assly 2 . perpendicular to the displaced torso reference line. Reduce the load back to 0 N in 15 seconds. Increase the initial load until a 447. Establish the head form initial reference position by applying.6 Nm moment about the H-point is produced in 5 seconds. Maintain the established position of the back pan.

3 . except for loading direction.Test Correlation – PF Front Seat FMVSS 202a Analysis setup Head Form Back Form Rack Assly Assumptions • • The rack assembly is considered rigid and fixed in All DOFs The Head form and Back form is constrained in All DOFs.

Test Correlation – PF Front Seat FMVSS 202a Analysis Setup 65 MM Headrest STO Analysis procedure • • • Head Foam Design Torso line @ 25 degree Displaced Torso line Back Form positioned @ H-Point • Back form adjusted to torso angle A posterior moment of 373 Nm about the H-point by applying a force to the seat back through the back Form Establish the head form initial reference position by applying. perpendicular to the displaced torso reference line. a posterior initial preload of 44. ` Head Form Load Vector Head Form positioned such that the Head Form Load vector is 65 mm below the Head rest STO.4 Nm moment about the H-point at the seat centerline at a height 65 mm below the top of the head restraint. H-Point 4 . Measured along Deflected Torso line. Continue loading till 373 Nm and 447.6 Nm moment about the H-point.

6Nm and reapplying 37Nm 2 8.Baseline (Static) CAE .46 10.5 -6.88 NA 3 6.74 29.80 0.83 15.04 0.05 5 Permanent Set < 13 mm NA NA 10. Deflection < 25 mm Head Form Displacement Posterior to Deflected Torso Line < 102 mm Lab Testing (Sample 01) Lab Testing (Sample 02) CAE .Front Seat .4 -12.8 29.20 The analysis values fall in the range of two samples 4 14. The permanent set values for dynamic results are marginally higher than the static result. 2013PF .08 -1.84 9.74 ⁰ 1 BackForm 373Nm Moment to establish Deflected Torso Head Form 37Nm Head Form 373 Nm Moment Head Form 447.Baseline (Dynamic) Time increments used(Dynamic) Remarks ⁰ 27.5 -4.8 -13. The analysis results are much closer to the sample 02.Test Correlation – PF Front Seat FMVSS 202a Correlation summary Remarks : • • • The static and dynamic run results are within the range of the two samples tested.6 29.25 NOTE : As the lab tests are for 1078 N ultimate loads the permanent set values are not applicable 5 .202A Test Correlation Sl.79 -10. No Loading Target Value (mm) Deflected Torso Angle ⁰ (Design Torso Angle 22 ) Max.1 10.52 0.6 Nm Moment Head Form 37 Nm after unloading 447.

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