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Experimental Evaluation of Deployment Time of Active Hood Lift System According to Structural Improvement

능동후드리프트 시스템의 구조 설계에 따른 전개시간의 실험적 평가

  • Received : 2016.02.18
  • Accepted : 2016.03.29
  • Published : 2016.06.20

Abstract

In this research, the performances of active hood lift system(AHLS) are investigated according to the structural improvement through the experimental test. After introducing the working principle of the AHLS activated by a gunpowder actuator, the structural problems that cause the inefficiencies in the actuation are analyzed to reduce the deployment time of system. Sequentially, the improved structural model is proposed base on the analysis. The deployment time of AHLS are evaluated by the experimental test, and it has been identified that the improved model can provide a faster deploying time of AHLS.

Keywords

Active Hood Lift System;Deployment Time;Pedestrian Safety;Structural Complement;Structural Design;Gunpowder Actuator

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