Design Optimization of Crush Beams of SUV Chassis for Crashworthiness

@inproceedings{Koora2016DesignOO,
  title={Design Optimization of Crush Beams of SUV Chassis for Crashworthiness},
  author={Ramesh Koora and Ramavath Suman and Syed Azam Pasha Quadri},
  year={2016}
}
Every year Insurance Companies throughout the world pay out huge sums of money in motor claims. A significant proportion of this payment relates to the repair of damaged Vehicles. Returning the vehicle to its pre-accident condition on behalf of the policyholder is a costly and time consuming business and quite naturally insurers have striven to control this cost over the years. To achieve this objective the International Insurance Industry has always looked to its Research Organizations in… 
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