Head injury prediction capability of the HIC, HIP, SIMon and ULP criteria.

  title={Head injury prediction capability of the HIC, HIP, SIMon and ULP criteria.},
  author={Daniel Marjoux and Daniel Baumgartner and Caroline Deck and R{\'e}my Willinger},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  volume={40 3},
The objective of the present study is to synthesize and investigate using the same set of sixty-one real-world accidents the human head injury prediction capability of the head injury criterion (HIC) and the head impact power (HIP) based criterion as well as the injury mechanisms related criteria provided by the simulated injury monitor (SIMon) and the Louis Pasteur University (ULP) finite element head models. Each accident has been classified according to whether neurological injuries… CONTINUE READING


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