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That attribute of a motor vehicle which allows the occupants involved in a crash to survive without injury
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NHTSA conducts vehicle testing and ratings each year to give consumers information about crashworthiness, collision avoidance and other areas that improve the safety of new vehicles.
( The crashworthiness tests consisted of small overlap front: driver-side; small overlap front: passenger-side; moderate overlap front; side; roof strength; and head restraints and seats.
"The DA42 offers the ultimate in handling, stability and control, ease of operation and structural, system and propulsion redundancies, all coupled with a high degree of crashworthiness."
Crashworthiness and design Crashworthiness Research conducted the said training.
In addition to Europe's leading safety rating, the Compass also earned a Top Safety Pick rating from the US Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS), achieving 'good' ratings in each of five demanding IIHS tests that evaluate crashworthiness. Its available Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) technology also earned a grade of 'superior'.
In order to analyze the effect of stacking sequence, fibre direction, and layer thickness on the crashworthiness of sandwich panels, the specimens in this study are divided into three groups (Group A/Group B/Group C) as listed in Table 3.
The results were possible because all models performed well in the newly added headlight performance category, as well as existing crashworthiness evaluation categories.
The updates would offer an alternative method for evaluating "crashworthiness" -- that is, the measure of how well passengers and crews are protected in an accident.