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On the other sheet a proprietary polymer is deposited. Finally the two sheets are faced together so that the conducting fingers are shunted by the conducting polymer. If a force is applied upon the FSR the electric resistance of the sensor changes according to the amount of force. Depending on the size of the used force actuator and the amount of the force, a more or less greater number of interdigiting electrodes are short-circuited. In a PPD sensor, typically about 40 or more FSR sensing elements are distributed over the seat surface and connected in parallel, in such a way that a child with a weight of 12 kg is detected in any position in the seat.

0 time[s] Figure 5. 1 of ice 7 >1 of the field) at the tires. 28 P. M. Schwehr The car leaves the road with a lateral speed of 8m/s into the field (friction coefficient > 1). This rapid jurnp causes a rnomenturn on the tires. The car gains rotational energy which has to work against the potential energy needed for Iifting up the car before it is able to roll on the side. The values in this interacting system depend strongly on the geometrical properlies of the car, such as position of COG, width and height.

They were too close to the inflator, so that they were heavily hit by the deploying airbag. This is valid for very small persons on the driver side or infants in rear faced child seats or unbelted persons on the passenger side, who are put forward in a precrash braking event. In order to avoid that negative effect, the OOP-situation has to be detected by suitable sensors which observe a keep-out-zone in a certain distance from the inflator. Another approach to solve that problern is lowering the aggressivity of the airbag deployment itself.

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