Abdominal response to high-speed seatbelt loading.


UNLABELLED This study was conducted to address injury risk due to high-speed loading of the abdomen by a seatbelt during the pretension phase. Indeed, a better coupling of occupants to the structure of the vehicle in frontal impact can be achieved by a strong pretension of the lap belt. However, out of position considerations have to be taken into account… (More)


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@article{Trosseille2002AbdominalRT, title={Abdominal response to high-speed seatbelt loading.}, author={Xavier Trosseille and Jean-Yves Le-Coz and Pascal Potier and Jean-Pierre Lassau}, journal={Stapp car crash journal}, year={2002}, volume={46}, pages={71-9} }