Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering, October 18-19, 2018   |  Berlin, Germany organised by CARHS

In October 2018 the 7th International Symposium on “Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering” will be held in Berlin, Germany. The symposium intends to continue and further advance the dialog between researchers, software developers and industrial users of human model

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Friday, October 19, 2018

Passive Human Models

08:30 GHBMC Phase III Developments
John J. Combest - Nissan Technical Center North America, Inc.; Mark Neal - General Motors R & D
08:50 Investigation of Kinematic and Tissue-Level Response Using a 50th Percentile Male Neck Finite Element Model
Prof. Dr. Duane S. Cronin, Jeffrey B. Barker - University of Waterloo
09:10 Application of the Euro NCAP Pedestrian Protocol Using the GHBMC Family of Pedestrian Models: Verification Across Three Dynamic FEA Solvers
Willam Decker - Virginia Tech - Wake Forest University et al.
09:30 Far Side Simulations Using the GHBMC M50-O and WorldSID M50 Models
Dr. Philippe Petit - LAB PSA Renault et al.
09:50 Research of THUMS Pedestrian Models for Euro NCAP Technical Bulletin 024
Shigeki Hayashi, Mitsuaki Goto, Dr. Yuichi Kitagawa, Tsuyoshi Yasuki - Toyota Motor Corporation
10:10 Coffee Break
10:40 Implementation and Application of Human Body Models for Vehicle Development
Dr. Jonas Östh, Merete Östmann - Volvo Cars Safety Centre
11:00 Forces and Moments Calculated with a Validated FE Neck Model under Three Typical Frontal Loadings
Dr. Frank Meyer - University of Strasbourg et al.
11:20 Reduced Models of Human Bodies for Complex Time Dependent and Multi-physics Analysis
Dr. Kambiz Kayvantash - CADLM


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