Japan proposal for Supplement 3 to the 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 17
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In document GRSP-54-04, CLEPA proposed changes to improve the reproducibility of the luggage impact test described in annex 9 of UN R17. Japan proposes to specify only the minimum moment of inertia in the test (where CLEPA proposed a minimum-maximum range.

Reference Number: GRSP-54-20
Origin: Japan
Date: 12 December 2013
Related Documents:
GRSP-55-15 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 08 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 17
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Passive Safety | Session 54 | 17-20 Dec 2013

18. The expert from CLEPA introduced GRSP-54-04, aimed at introducing provisions to define the moment of inertia of the luggage impact test. The expert from Japan introduced GRSP-54-20 proposing to regulate only the lower limit of the moment of inertia of the test blocks. Following the discussion, GRSP agreed to resume discussion at its May 2014 session on the basis of a revised proposal voluntarily prepared by the expert from CLEPA.

18. GRSP resumed consideration on a proposal tabled by the expert from CLEPA (GRSP-55-15), aimed at introducing provisions to define the moment of inertia of the luggage impact test. The expert from Japan reminded GRSP of his previous proposal (GRSP-54-20) to regulate only the lower limit of the moment of inertia of the test blocks and proposed further consultation with the expert from CLEPA. Finally, GRSP agreed to resume discussion at its December 2014 session and requested the secretariat to distribute GRSP-55-15 with an official symbol.

Working Party on Passive Safety | Session 55 | 19-23 May 2014

18. The expert from CLEPA introduced GRSP-54-04, aimed at introducing provisions to define the moment of inertia of the luggage impact test. The expert from Japan introduced GRSP-54-20 proposing to regulate only the lower limit of the moment of inertia of the test blocks. Following the discussion, GRSP agreed to resume discussion at its May 2014 session on the basis of a revised proposal voluntarily prepared by the expert from CLEPA.

18. GRSP resumed consideration on a proposal tabled by the expert from CLEPA (GRSP-55-15), aimed at introducing provisions to define the moment of inertia of the luggage impact test. The expert from Japan reminded GRSP of his previous proposal (GRSP-54-20) to regulate only the lower limit of the moment of inertia of the test blocks and proposed further consultation with the expert from CLEPA. Finally, GRSP agreed to resume discussion at its December 2014 session and requested the secretariat to distribute GRSP-55-15 with an official symbol.