Sample records for chokeiryo jissha shototsuji

  1. Study on behavior of car and driver in the very small commuter car made of FRP during collision using scale model. Under the consideration of thorax deformation of driver using airbag; FRP sei mokei ni yoru FRP sei chokeiryo jissha shototsuji no kuruma to join no anzensei ni kansuru kenkyu. Kyobu henkei tokusei wo yusuru join ni taisuru air gab no koka

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    Sakai, H.; Morisawa, M.; Yoshino, T. [Musashi Institute of Technology, Tokyo (Japan); Sato, T. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan); Ishizuki, H. [Satake Co., Tokyo (Japan)


    In this study, after having performed simulation which took up scale models substituting for full scale model of commuter car made of FRP, we carried out collision tests to barrier. Here, we made enquiries about the occupant safety by changing the collision speed and the deformation characteristics of the seat belt, during head-on barrier collision using one-fifth scale models. We sought for the occupant`s safe combinations among the deformation characteristics of airbag and the thorax deformation. In this case, the degree of the occupants injury were estimated using HIC values, 3msecG and maximum deformation of the thorax. 7 refs., 5 figs.

  2. Ultra light weight jet engine JR100; Chokeiryo jet engine JR100

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    Matsuki, M. [Nippon Institute of Technology, Saitama (Japan)


    As a part of the jet lift V/STOL research by National Aerospace Laboratory, a study of trial manufacture of ultra light weight jet engine JR 100 started in FY 1964. The study was aimed at obtaining a lift engine for VTOL and founding the base for the future jet lift VTOL, and at taking in the results of the jet engine element study accumulated so far and manufacturing an advanced engine. Decided on the use of domestic materials for JR 100, the materials to be used are almost iron-based ones. Through the efforts for weight reduction in structure and processing, a thrust/weight ratio of 10 was realized. At the same time, the production/processing of light weight materials such as titanium alloys was proceeded with, and by adopting the materials to JR 200 system, a thrust/weight ratio of 15 was realized. Together with these, for the purpose of reducing the fuel consumption rate, studies started on fan for lift fan engine and high temperature turbine (an inlet temperature of 1250 degrees C was achieved), to get low noise/high efficiency fan. By the research results, the basis for jet lift VTOL was established, and it became the basis for the development of turbo fan engine FJR 710. (NEDO)

  3. Development of thermal-insulation and dewing-prevention method using ultra-lightweight mortar; Chokeiryo morutaru wo mochita dannetsu/ketsuro boshi koho kaihatsu

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    Shinozaki, Y. [Takenaka Corp., Osaka (Japan). Technical Research Lab.


    Ultra-lightweight thermal-insulating mortar is developed which has excellent incombustibility, high strength, cracking resistance property, and exfoliation resistance. A construction method becomes possible wherein this material is used directly for insulated finishing or for preliminary arrangement for finishing. As a result, not only safety from fire but also guarantee of construction quality, reduction of the term of works, and curtailment in the cost can be expected. The main structural materials of this ultra-lightweight mortar are ultra-lightweight fine grain hollow foaming member used as the aggregate, carbon fiber as a reinforcing material, and special composite resin and water soluble resin for enhancing the dispersion and reinforcement effects of the fiber. A report is made on the result of tests made for the fundamental physical properties of ultra-lightweight mortar with the specific gravity from 0.2 to 0.3 prepared using admixture of the developed ultra-lightweight mortar. This lightweight mortar not only is incombustible or fire-resistant having insulating ability close to organic insulating materials but also has excellent features such as larger strength and less moisture permeability coefficient as compared with the conventional inorganic insulating materials. 5 refs., 12 figs., 3 tabs.

  4. Three-dimensional computer simulation at vehicle collision using dynamic model. Application to various collision types; Rikigaku model ni yoru jidosha shototsuji no sanjigen kyodo simulation. Shushu no shototsu keitai eno tekiyo

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    Abe, M.; Morisawa, M. [Musashi Institute of Technology, Tokyo (Japan); Sato, T. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan); Kobayashi, K. [Molex-Japan Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)


    The past study of safety at vehicle collision pays attention to phenomena within the short time from starting collision, and the behavior of rollover is studied separating from that at collision. Most simulations of traffic accident are two-dimensional simulations. Therefore, it is indispensable for vehicle design to the analyze three-dimensional and continuous behavior from crash till stopping. Accordingly, in this study, the three-dimensional behavior of two vehicles at collision was simulated by computer using dynamic models. Then, by comparison of the calculated results with real vehicles` collision test data, it was confirmed that dynamic model of this study was reliable. 10 refs., 6 figs., 3 tabs.

  5. Accident reconstruction to analyze impact of injured drivers during the collision. Ankle fracture in the car-to-car offset frontal collision; Join no jusho jokyo ni kansuru jiko saigen. Joyosha doshi no offset zenmen shototsuji no ashi kansetsu kossetsu

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    Sakurai, M. [Japan Automobile Research Institute Inc., Tsukuba (Japan)


    An accident reconstruction test of car-to-car crash was conducted in order to analyze the impact on the driver in the offset head-on collision. The ankle fracture of the driver resulting from the accident was examined with the test results and the accident data. The test results of the car-to-car crashes indicated that the belted driver`s ankle would have fractured in the early stage of the crash. The detailed information from the accident data, especially the cars` interior deformation and the driver`s X-ray photographs, was also very important in analyzing injury mechanisms of the ankle/foot region. The above results suggested an injury mechanism that the ankle joint fracture was due to dorsiflexion and valgus resulting from the impact and intrusion of the toeboard in the early stage of the crash. 12 refs., 11 figs.