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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.
  • 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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  • Other Funding Agency
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  • Other Funding Agency
Date coverage
  • 2017-01-01
Citations to related material
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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Last modified
  • 10/23/2018
  • doi:10.7302/Z2BP011N
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