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S.R. CEN/TR 16303-2:2012

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ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 2: VEHICLE MODELLING AND VERIFICATION
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

28-02-2021

Language(s)

English

Published date

27-01-2012

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Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 General considerations on the modelling
  techniques of a vehicle
4 Step by step development of a vehicle
  for crash test analysis
5 Validation procedures of a vehicle for
  crash test analysis
Annex A - Recommendations for the mesh of Finite
          Element vehicle models addressed to crash
          simulations
Annex B - Recommendations and criteria for multi
          body vehicle models addressed to crash
          simulations
Annex C - Test methodology
Annex D - Phenomena importance ranking table for
          vehicles
Annex E - Phenomena importance ranking table
          for test item and vehicle interaction
Bibliography

Gives a step-by-step description of the development process of a reliable vehicle model for the simulations of full-scale crash tests giving the reader a first synthetic summary of problems encountered in the different steps of the vehicle modeling process.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
33
PublisherName
National Standards Authority of Ireland
Status
Withdrawn
SupersededBy

Standards Relationship
CEN/TR 16303-2 : 2012 Identical

CEN/TR 16303-1 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 1: COMMON REFERENCE INFORMATION AND REPORTING
CEN/TR 16303-4 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 4: VALIDATION PROCEDURES
EN 1317-3:2010 Road restraint systems - Part 3: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for crash cushions
PREN 1317-4 : DRAFT 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 4: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR TRANSITIONS AND REMOVABLE BARRIER SECTIONS
PREN 1317-8 : DRAFT 2010 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 8: MOTORCYCLE ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS WHICH REDUCE THE IMPACT SEVERITY OF MOTORCYCLIST COLLISIONS WITH SAFETY BARRIERS
EN 1317-2 : 1998 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 2: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR SAFETY BARRIERS INCLUDING VEHICLE PARAPETS
CEN/TR 16303-3 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 3: TEST ITEM MODELLING AND VERIFICATION
PREN 1317-7 : DRAFT 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 7: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR TERMINALS OF SAFETY BARRIERS
EN 1317-1:2010 Road restraint systems - Part 1: Terminology and general criteria for test methods
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012/AC:2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 5: PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY FOR VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS
ENV 1317-4:2001 Road restraint systems - Part 4: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for terminals and transitions of safety barriers

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