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Lower/Upper Bumper Reference Line

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  1. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS Lower/Upper Bumper Reference Line Data on existing vehicles Pedestrian Safety GRSP Informal Group - January 06

  2. Lower Bumper Reference Line is very close to the practical lower bumper height because of the absence of a skirt Practical Upper Bumper Height about 508mm about 406mm 25º Lower Bumper Reference Line Approach Angle for SUV Typical Passenger Car Typical SUV Introduction Practical Lower Bumper Height Around 444 mm Around 230 mm SUV’s practical bumper height is aligned to that of passenger car for compatibility. Pedestrian Safety GRSP Informal Group - January 06

  3. Pedestrian Safety GRSP Informal Group - January 06

  4. Average SUV: 444 mm Average other: 230 mm Pedestrian Safety GRSP Informal Group - January 06

  5. Counter measures for Lower Leg Requirements or Typical Current Passenger Car Improved car Largebendingangle Smallbendingangle Addskirt Practically 60mm Energy Absorbing bumper needed Typical SUV Large bending angle High bumper test requirement @ Max. Load 7.5KN @Max. Bending Moment 510Nm Practically 120mm Energy Absorbing bumper needed Typical passenger cars can meet the angle requirement, because they can have lower load path at the skirt. However, SUV cannot have such lower load path and have difficulties to meet the angle requirement.

  6. Conclusions • SUV, because of their basic design, cannot include a lower load path for the lower leg test • SUV therefore need the option of the upper leg bumper test • Typical Lower Bumper Reference Line for SUV start at 340 mm up to 500 mm • Starting such option at LBRL > 500 mm would therefore solve the problems for only a very small number of vehicles, if any ! Pedestrian Safety GRSP Informal Group - January 06