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Sep 10, 2017 ... Photo: Airbags save lives thanks to the selfless dedication of crash-test ... It's a basic law of physics (known as Newton's first law of motion, after .... more of Allen Breed's inventions on record—and most relate to car safety.

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According to Newton's first law, an object in motion continues in motion with ... Any passengers in the car will also be decelerated to rest if they are strapped to ...

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Typically, in a collision, Newton's laws of motion tend to be obeyed very well. ... collision, it is also possible that the airbag is damaged so that it can not function.

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How do airbags prevent automobile injuries? ... Newton's First Law of Motion says that unless an outside force acts on an object, ... of a second, much less force needs to be applied with less damage or injury. ... Seat belts are still necessary because air bags only work in front-end collisions of more than 10 miles per hour.

Sep 23, 2013 ... For a school science assignment, Akuch, Shari, Daniel and I put together a video documentary on how Newton's Laws apply to an air bag.

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The function of airbags and their reduction of injury are formed through the series of ... According to Newton's first law of motion, an object in motion must stay in motion ... the law of motion applies to airbags, which provided a barrier to stop the driver. ... The seatbelt is a force that counteracts that impact and the airbags will ...

www.chemistry.wustl.edu/~edudev/LabTutorials/CourseTutorials/Tutorials/Airbags/151_T5_airbags.htm

Jan 7, 2011 ... Also, better public understanding of how airbags work will help people to make .... The force can be calculated using Newton's Second Law of Motion, F = ma. ... The same arguments could be applied to a passenger hitting the ...