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16 Nov 2010 PSI-01-14
Pole test comparison of the WorldSID IRTRACC, WorldSID Rib-Eye, and ES2-re
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
17 Nov 2010 PSI-01-18
WorldSID Positioning: Sub-Committee Update
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
27 Jan 2011 WS-05-06
In-vehicle crash testing with the WorldSID 5th female
Informal Group Informal Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies WorldSID Harmonization
20 Jun 2012 PSI-06-04
Joint Australian and Canadian Pole Side Impact Research
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
20 Jun 2012 PSI-06-13
Summary of Rib Deflection Responses from Pole Side Impact Tests
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Summary of Rib Deflection Responses from Pole Side Impact Tests using WorldSID 50th percentile dummy with RibEye.
20 Sep 2012 PSI-07-03
Joint Australian and Canadian Pole Side Impact Research
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact In Australian and Canadian testing, the WorldSID 50th percentile male dummy responses indicated a significantly lower AIS 3+ thorax injury risk for the Canadian vehicle. This presentation includes further results and analysis to investigate and explain the differences.
02 Jan 2014 EVE-08-04
Draft agenda for the 9th EVE informal group session
Informal Group Agenda Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment
20 Feb 2014 EVE-09-05/Rev.1
Testing a Rear Wheel Drive xEV on a 2 Wheel and 4 Wheel Dynamometer (revised)
Informal Group Informal Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Revised presentation on a research project intended primarily to evaluate regenerative braking energy and CO2 emission differences between a 2-wheel dynamometer, a 4-wheel dynamometer and empirically determined rear-axle braking forces applied the same test conditions on a 2-wheel dynamometer. The expectation is that the two-wheel dyno tests will produce the highest regenerative braking energy and lowest CO2 emissions since it places 100% of the braking load on the rear axle.
02 Jun 2015 EVSTF-03-29
Electric vehicle fire testing
Informal Subgroup Informal Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment