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Title: Belt fit Manikin Representing a Two-Year-Old Child Open Access Deposited

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  • A physical manikin was developed that represents a two-year-old child sitting in a vehicle seat. The manikin was developed to assess seat belt fit, particularly in aviation seats, but also has applicability in other environments such as ground vehicles.
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  • This is the first physical anthropomorphic test device to be based both on statistical body shape models as well as 3D printing.
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  • mreed@umich.edu
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  • Federal Aviation Administration
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  • Reed, M.P. and Boyle, K.J. (2017). Development of a manikin representing a two‐year‐old child for belt‐fit measurement. Proc. 2017 IRCOBI Conference. Antwerp, Belgium. https://trid.trb.org/view/1486130
  • Kim, K.H., Jones, M.L.H., Ebert, S.M., Malik, L., Manary, M.A., Reed, M.P., and Klinich, K.D. (2015). Development of Virtual Toddler Fit Models for Child Safety Restraint Design. Technical Report UMTRI-2015-38. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI.
Related items in Deep Blue
  • Reed, M.P., Ebert, S.M., and Boyle, K.J. (2017). Development and Validation of a Toddler Manikin for Assessing Belt Fit in Aviation Seats. Technical Report UMTRI-2017-7. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/140985
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  • 04/30/2020
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  • 09/29/2018
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  • https://doi.org/10.7302/Z2BP011N
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To Cite this Work:
Reed, M. (2018). Belt fit Manikin Representing a Two-Year-Old Child [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/Z2BP011N

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Files (Count: 11; Size: 99.6 MB)

Date: 14 October 2018

Title: Belt Fit Manikin Representing a Two-Year-Old Child

Authors: Matthew P. Reed, Sheila M. Ebert, Kyle J. Boyle

Contact: Matthew P. Reed mreed@umich.edu http://mreed.umtri.umich.edu/

Grants: This manikin was developed using internal UMTRI funds

Key Points:

- A physical manikin representing a two-year-old child was developed for use in assessing safety belt fit in aviation seats.
- The manikin is based on statistical modeling of child body shapes and is constructed using 3D printing techniques.
- An internal armature allows posture articulation at the hips and neck.

Files contained here:

- Files names with .STL describe the 3D printed surface components.
- 2YO_manikin_drawings.pdf contains the detailed engineering drawings.

Related publication:

Reed, M.P., Ebert, S.M., and Boyle, K.J. (2017). Development and Validation of a Toddler Manikin for Assessing Belt Fit in Aviation Seats. Technical Report UMTRI-2017-7. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI

Kim, K.H., Jones, M.L.H., Ebert, S.M., Malik, L., Manary, M.A., Reed, M.P., and Klinich, K.D. (2015). Development of Virtual Toddler Fit Models for Child Safety Restraint Design. Technical Report UMTRI-2015-38. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI.

Reed, M.P. and Boyle, K.J. (2017). Development of a manikin representing a two‐year‐old child for belt‐fit measurement. Proc. 2017 IRCOBI Conference. Antwerp, Belgium.

Use and Access:

These drawings are made available under a Creative Commons Public Domain license (CC0 1.0).

To Cite Data:

Reed, M.P., Boyle, K. (2018). Belt fit Manikin Representing a Two-Year-Old Child [Data set]. University of Michigan Deep Blue Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.7302/Z2BP011N

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