새로운 기둥측면충돌 시험방법에 관한 실험적 연구

Kim, Dea Up;Woo, Chang Gi

  • 투고 : 2015.10.20
  • 심사 : 2015.12.02
  • 발행 : 2015.12.15


In recent years, WorldSID has been continuously developed and investigated to be the representative biofidelic anthropomorphic test device (ATD) as well as the device for replacement of the current EuroSID-2. In Korea, the side impact accident is one of the major severe accidents in terms of the number of accidents and fatality. Since 2003, the side crash test with a speed of 50 kph in the perpendicular direction has been initiated as a safety standard with EuroSID-1 at the first stage. Simultaneously, a 55 kph impact test has been conducted as a part of Korean New Car Assessment (KNCAP). Currently, only EuroSIDE-2 is accepted as a regulatory tool for vehicle certification and KNCAP. The tests with WorldSID are conducted experimentally in order to use WorldSID of the KNCAP in near future.


Pole side impact;EuroSID-2;Worldwide side impact dummy;New car assessment program;Global technical regulation;Anthropomorphic test device


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