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                                    Stapp Crash Journal, Vol. 54 (November 2010), pp. pp.
                                 Stapp CarCar Crash Journal, Vol. 54 (November 2010),259-287
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                Sensitivity WorldSID 50 and ES-2re Thoraces to Loading
           Sensitivity of theof the WorldSID 50th and ES-2re Thoraces
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                                 to Loading Configuration
                                                       Xavier Trosseille
                                            LAB PSA Peugeot Citroën RENAULT

                                                       Audrey Petitjean
                                                             CEESAR

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ABSTRACT – An ideal injury criterion should be predictive of the risk of injury across the range of loading conditions where it
may be applied. The injury risk curve associated with this criterion should be applicable to all loading conditions. With respect
to side impact, the injury risk curve should apply to pure lateral or oblique loading by rigid and padded walls, as well as airbags.
Trosseille et al. (2009) reported that the number of fractured ribs was higher in pure lateral impact than in forward oblique
interaction with an ai
								
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