... to tailor airbag deployment to the severity of the crash, the ... whether airbags
should be suppressed or deployed, ...
Mar 16, 2009 ... This article describes how air bag deployment thresholds are established, the
kinds of crashes during which air bags should deploy, and ...
Because air bags deploy very rapidly, serious or sometimes fatal injuries can
occur if the occupant is too close to - or is in direct contact with - the air bag when
An airbag fully deploys at a speed of about 60 to 186 miles an hour upon impact.
Comparatively, this is the top speed of Japan's Shinkansen Bullet Train.
www.theforensicexaminer.com/2014/pdf/Air Bag Deployment.pdf
Gain an understanding of when an air bag should or should not deploy. SCOPE
OF PAPER .... Air bags sometimes do not deploy when the impact is gradual,.
It's no secret that airbags can save lives and reduce the severity of injuries in a
wreck. Although airbags are secondary safety devices and they do not void the ...
Many times, it is hard to answer questions as to why an airbag did or did not
deploy. The signal from these sensors often times can be canceled by the
Nov 13, 2013 ... Airbag deployment has saved thousands of lives through the years. But how
exactly do they work? The airbag system is extremely complex and ...
Recently, I've had more requests than "normal" along the lines of "how fast do I
have to be going to get an airbag to deploy," or "what impact ...
Jul 20, 2007 ... is there a minimum speed of impact that an airbag must deploy? ... My air bags
did not deploy at 55 miles an hour after I struck a retaining wall ...