Automotive occupant safety performance is currently ranked highest among the required vehicle features in developed countries and it is catching up fast in India. People in India are getting aware of vehicle safety features and their importance.
The vehicle occupant safety performance primarily relies on the knowledge of human tolerance, injury biomechanics and vehicle structure crash mechanics. The proper design of the restraint system requires knowledge of human anatomy and crash kinematics. Low severity vehicle deceleration pulse is always desired that can be achieved by increasing the crush distance.
However, in today’s world the fuel economy & EPA regulations dictate the size and shape of vehicles mandating small and light structures. The vehicle structure must be light, yet stiff and strong for all crash scenarios satisfying the laws of vehicle crashworthiness and increasing the level of occupant crash protection.
At MORNSAN Tech, engineers with decades of experience in vehicle design, injury biomechanics and crashworthiness works together to develop new design alternatives using advanced computational methods to reduce the design-cycle time. The new designs are developed to exceed the safety regulatory requirements.
MORNSAN engineers have decades of experience in vehicle accident reconstruction and real world traffic crash injury causation analysis.
This knowledge facilitates MORNSAN engineers to identify real-world scenarios associated with vehicle safety design and provides them with an opportunity to design a countermeasure.