Crash Test Dummy

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A mannequin used in videotaped analysis of vehicular crashworthiness
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In trading standards trials in 2014, a crash test dummy of a three-year-old was hurled through a car windscreen when the straps on the seat failed.
And there is a head restraint and seat test which involves a crash test dummy on an acceleration or deceleration sled to simulate collision conditions.
2 February 2015 - US-based crash test dummy developer Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc.
When this happens, the front airbag moves as well, and the crash test dummy's head slides off the left side of the airbag.
To determine the pedestrian's behavior, a crash test dummy was used.
As Deming prepares to release his new single Crash Test Dummy (Broken) on iTunes June 7, 2014, he has taken to YouTube to explain the song's message of self-acceptance.
It used the head and neck of a crash test dummy and placed sensors within it in order to measure the damage inflicted by a 12 mph impact.
Before the past two weeks, if you knew who Sam Fuld was, you knew he had bounced around the Chicago Cubs' farm system, with occasional, brief trips to the bigs; if you knew more, you knew that he is famous for playing outfield with the sort of reckless abandon that led one writer to call him "a crash test dummy with a death wish." But Fuld was in the right place at the right time this season: The Cubs traded him to the Tampa Bay Rays, and a few games in, the Rays suddenly found themselves in need of a starting outfielder when Manny Ramirez, faced with bad steroid tests, decided to retire.
USDOT recently donated "Vince and Larry" crash test dummy costumes and related automobile safety items to the Smithsonian Institution.
"I was the crash test dummy. The wax was so hot that it burned me.