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  • S.R. CEN/TR 16303-3:2012

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    ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 3: TEST ITEM MODELLING AND VERIFICATION

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  28-02-2021

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  27-01-2012

    Publisher:  National Standards Authority of Ireland

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 General considerations on the modeling
      technique
    4 VRS model
    5 Verification of the model
    6 Collection Data
    Annex A - Recommendations for the mesh
              of Finite Element VRS models addressed
              to crash simulations
    Annex B - Recommendations for development
              of Multi-Body VRS models addressed
              to crash simulations
    Annex C - Phenomena importance ranking table
              for test Items
    Bibliography

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    Gives a step-by-step description of the development process of a reliable VRS model for the simulations of full-scale crash tests.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher National Standards Authority of Ireland
    Status Withdrawn
    Superseded By

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    CEN/TR 16303-1 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 1: COMMON REFERENCE INFORMATION AND REPORTING
    CEN/TR 16303-4 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 4: VALIDATION PROCEDURES
    EN 1317-3 : 2010 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 3: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR CRASH CUSHIONS
    PREN 1317-4 : DRAFT 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 4: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR TRANSITIONS AND REMOVABLE BARRIER SECTIONS
    PREN 1317-8 : DRAFT 2010 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 8: MOTORCYCLE ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS WHICH REDUCE THE IMPACT SEVERITY OF MOTORCYCLIST COLLISIONS WITH SAFETY BARRIERS
    EN 1317-2 : 1998 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 2: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR SAFETY BARRIERS INCLUDING VEHICLE PARAPETS
    CEN/TR 16303-2 : 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF CRASH TESTING AGAINST VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM - PART 2: VEHICLE MODELLING AND VERIFICATION
    PREN 1317-7 : DRAFT 2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 7: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR TERMINALS OF SAFETY BARRIERS
    EN 1317-1 : 2010 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND GENERAL CRITERIA FOR TEST METHODS
    EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012/AC:2012 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 5: PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY FOR VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS
    ENV 1317-4 : DRAFT 2001 ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 4: PERFORMANCE CLASSES, IMPACT TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA AND TEST METHODS FOR TERMINALS AND TRANSITIONS OF SAFETY BARRIERS
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