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Passive restraints

Lois Flynn

Passive restraints

a subject bibliography from Highway safety literature

by Lois Flynn

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automobiles -- Safety appliances -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHighway safety literature.
    Statement[Flynn, Lois, comp.].
    SeriesSB ;, 37, SB (Series) (United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) ;, 37.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5173.S2 F58, TL242 F58
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii leaves, 190 p. ;
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4237883M
    LC Control Number80602367

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Unfortunately, Clutch later strayed away from their roots and went alt-experimental-spacerock and lost their edge making songs like Rats, Molt and High Caliber Consecrator heavy classics of the 4/5(1). Automotive safety is the study and practice of design, construction, equipment and regulation to minimize the occurrence and consequences of traffic collisions involving motor vehicles.

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Passive restraint definition is - a restraint (such as a self-locking seat belt) that acts automatically to protect an automobile rider during a crash. Define passive restraint. passive restraint synonyms, passive restraint pronunciation, passive restraint translation, English dictionary definition of passive restraint.

An automatic safety device, such as an airbag, in a motor vehicle that protects a person during a crash. If air bags were installed on all cars, Cole- the life-saving potential of passive restraints in the man estimated, they “would probably save overvicinity of 6, to 9,but the qualitative con- twelve thousand lives annually and prevent or elusion is beyond dispute.

Passive restraint definition: a device, such as an airbag, that protects people in a car if there is a crash | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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This book will help you:». title: passive restraints. Category Education; Song Passive Restraints (Demo Version) Artist Clutch - Texan Book of the Dead - Duration: Georgia B 54, views. Passive restraint definition, a safety device, as an air bag or special seat belt, that is activated automatically to protect an automobile passenger at the moment.

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The passive restraint mechanism The structures that make up the passive restraint mechanism don’t contract and consist of structural restraints (like ligaments, cartilage, bone shape, and so on) and components — called mechanoreceptors — whose job it is to detect neurological information.

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It's as simple as that. But there are some very interesting and positive things that happen when you practice this technique. We'll look at some of the benefits as we work through the exercises.

reinstated the passive restraint rule, requiring that all new cars sold in the U.S. have passive restraints by This ruling included the proviso that passive restraints will not be required if states covering two-thirds of the U.S.

population pass mandatory belt use by: 1. The active safety features are mainly the features that work to prevent the risk of a collision or an accident. These are so named because they are always active, and working to prevent an accident.

Passive Safety Features, on the other hand, are systems that are passive until called into action. They become active during the accident and aim to help minimized the damage from.

5—Cost-Benefit Analyses of Passive Restraints 33 haus concludes that an all-bag system would gen-erate total discounted net social benefits of $47 billion. * He does not dwell on the comparison, however, since at the time of his study belts ap-peared to be the wave of a future.

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All cars built today offer passive restraints. These arc safety features that do not need the driver or passenger to do a nything to make them work.

The most common passive restraints are air bags. These devices stay in the steering wheel and dashboard until needed. They protect the driver and front- seat passenger.Passive Restraints by Clutch, released 10 April 1. Passive Restraints 2. Impetus 3. High Caliber Consecrator Check out the 'Impetus' EP if you want the re-released version of .