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2014-01-07
Standard
AIR171E
This document presents a glossary of many of the terms that can be found in literature covering issues related to aviation oxygen systems and associated topics. Such a listing can never be all inclusive but the majority of important terms are anticipated to be included for reference.
2014-01-07
Standard
ARP5029A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides the user with standardized guidelines for the measurement of effective intensity of strobe anticollision lights for aircraft in the laboratory, in maintenance facilities, and in the field. A common source of traceability for calibration of the measurement systems, compensation for known causes of variation in light output, and recommendations which minimize sources of errors and uncertainties are included in this document. Estimates of uncertainty and error sources for each class of measurement are discussed.
2014-01-06
Article
As more vehicles employ telematics, there’s a growing interest in using digital data from a range of electronic controls to tell emergency responders about the severity of an accident. Service providers recently teamed up to demonstrate that these data can be transmitted to emergency dispatchers without human intervention.
2013-12-26
Article
Algorithms rein in redundant motor-in-wheel drives to keep lightweight EVs safe and stable.
2013-12-20
Technical Paper
2013-01-9003
Gaurav Bindal, Sparsh Sharma, Frank Janser, Eugen Neu
Body motions of flying animals can be very complex, especially when the body parts are greatly flexible and they interact with the surrounding fluid. The wing kinematics of an animal flight is governed by a large number of variables and thus the measurement of complete flapping flight is not so simple, making it very complex to understand the contribution of each parameter to the performance and hence, to decide the important parameters for constructing the kinematic model of a bat is nearly impossible. In this paper, the influence of each parameter is uncovered and the variables that a specified reconstruction of bat flight should include in order to maximally reconstruct actual dimensional complexity, have been presented in detail. The effects of the different kinematic parameters on the lift coefficient are being resulted. The computation analysis of the lift coefficient for different camber thicknesses and various wing areas is done by unsteady thin airfoil theory and vortex lattice method, respectively.
2013-12-19
Article
The goal of the program, which began in 2007, is to advance development of new sensor and control technologies with the aim of applying them to the active safety systems of future vehicles.
2013-12-19
Article
As some features quiet children, others interfere with driver concentration on the road ahead, studies by AAA and MIT find. Toyota is testing transfer of tasks to passengers to relieve the driver of cognitive overload.
2013-12-19
Article
A new U.S. GAO report on the current state of V2V communications highlights the remaining obstacles to implementation.
2013-12-18
Article
Highly publicized hacking attacks have prompted design teams throughout the supply chain to beef up their security efforts. Chipmakers are playing a key role in this effort, adding encryption capabilities to CPUs used throughout the vehicle.
2013-12-17
Standard
J1308_201312
This practice applies to guarding of engine cooling fans used on Off-Road Self-Propelled Work Machines defined in SAE J1116. It does not include guarding for belts, pulleys, or other rotating equipment used on these machines.
2013-12-12
Article
Preventing outsiders from hacking into electronic systems is becoming a greater concern as wireless technologies become the norm for vehicles. Automakers are employing different techniques to reduce vulnerability, often by teaming up with partners that specialize in security.
2013-12-10
Article
The sports sedan has a redesigned front end to better manage crash energy and has a direct-injected version of the 2.0-L four-cylinder intercooled turbo.
2013-12-06
Article
Garmin International Inc.’s Gemini is a new-navigation core designed for the automotive OEM market.
2013-12-06
Article
According to SAE International's AS6496, a work-in-progress standard called "Fraudulent/Counterfeit Electronic Parts: Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation, and Disposition – Authorized/Franchised Distribution," there has been a significant and increasing volume of fraudulent/counterfeit electronic parts entering the supply chain.
2013-12-06
Article
Two unnamed vehicle platforms for the European market are the first-time applications of TRW's latest lane keeping assist (LKA) technology, the company announced Dec. 3. What distinguishes the new technology from the former one is introduction of closed-loop control. 
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2823
Hemant R. Bhatkar, Dakshinamoorthy ramakrishnan, Venkatasubramanian B, Narayanan Vijayakumar
All Automotive companies conduct various performance and Endurance tests on automotive bodies, doors by using Pneumatic Actuators. These Actuators can only give linear or rotary motion. Therefore these can neither simulate the complex motion of Human arm nor can they simulate the Force and pressure induced by the Human palm or Human back on the body domain parts. Each test need to have different test setup. This paper discusses how a system of industrial Robot coupled with intelligent Gripper with sensors and feedback signal to robot can be used to simulate the effect of Human touch during testing.
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2765
Lev M. Vozchikov
Determining vehicle mirrors effectiveness is the present novel ergonomic method in this research about how its performance affects School Bus safety. The unique impact classification system developed in advance achieves unique mathematic algorithm count for vehicle impact structure in a 3-dimensional vehicle model. The paper discusses principle experimental data-base language conversion in an Excel algorithm and with a, - factor plan observation diagram. Given the definition of accident in commercial motor vehicle applications, the study conducts a field collision follow-up record. The study based on factual data of a 50 fleet units, in observation between 2007 and 2009. This study classified the statistical spreading impact zones analysis in a 3-dimensional vehicle model calculation. Results are there discussed in paper in the ergonomic concept of hygienic operator performance responsibility. The technique of the research involves mathematical algorithms and impact analysis statistics, including the definition of vehicle damage structure indexing and driver mirror efficiency.
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2905
Prateek Bansal, Akhil gupta, Alan Babu, Ankur Wadhwa
The Team aims towards designing, validating and fabricating a three wheeled hybrid human powered electric vehicle, which has a capability to act as a good viable option for city local transportation. The vehicle would be capable of being driven electrically as well as by a single driver. There are three proposed models of the vehicle: racing, commercial and agricultural. Team designed and manufactured the racing model in their college campus to test the vehicle in the extremities. All other models are designed based on the success of the racing model. The vehicle is designed keeping ergonomics and value engineering in mind. The vehicle is designed to give high performance at a lower rate. The racing design is capable of carrying two riders, of 5′7″ height and weighing 75 kg maintaining a average speed of 28km/hr. Our Vehicle further is designed keeping in view the future aspect by using green filters for rural Indian population and innovative battery charging assist for city conditions.
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2853
Ammar Ali, Aditya S. Luktuke, E. Ramachandran, N.V. Karanth
Greater customer awareness is driving the automotive industry to constantly look to innovate and ensure that greater time, efforts and considerable resources are spent in developing a better vehicle. As we move away from noisy vehicles, the differentiating parameter in vehicles is the perception of quality in the vehicle noise or sound. As the masking effect due to overall vehicle noise level abates, many low noise sources gain prominence, which directly influences the perception of noise refinement. Hence, the concept of vehicle interior noise is not only limited to lower noise levels but has also extended to better sound quality (SQ). SQ technique involves use of relevant parameters for quantifying a subjective quality into an objective quantity. This paper will look at parameters relevant to subjective perception of vehicle interior noise and consider a benchmarking methodology targeting vehicle sound quality. A few vehicle test conditions relevant for vehicle SQ perception were identified.
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2860
Prakash A . K., Amol Patil, Kalyani U
Modeling of driver plays an important role in predicting vehicle performance accurately by a forward looking vehicle system models. It is quite difficult to capture driver behavior accurately as different driver behaves differently based on his/her judgment & reflex action. In this paper an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) based driver model is developed & compared with a traditional PID based driver model. The ANN driver model is developed based on a real accelerator pedal by a driver to follow standard drive cycle for a medium duty truck on a chassis dynamometer. The proposed ANN driver model is simulated with a validated vehicle model and comparison shows that the ANN driver model predicts vehicle performance better than PID based driver model. This method of developing driver model would be useful to improve performance prediction & control algorithm development using a vehicle system model.
2013-11-27
Technical Paper
2013-01-2762
Kannan Elumalai
Automotive industry is moving towards a stage that anticipates probability of accidents and instructs safety system to take immediate actions. Safety systems in automotive domain protect vehicle occupants and even pedestrians from accidents. High powered engines and good road infrastructure naturally thrills people to drive at very high speed which would result into forward collision. With the help of latest technologies, such accidents can be avoided and thereby many persons would be saved from major injuries. This does not indicate that people could drive as they wish irresponsibly. The safety systems will help vehicle occupants to be safe in case of inadvertent errors. Nowadays safety has become an important feature to be considered for selling vehicles. This paper will provide an overview on the operations of various advanced safety systems such as pre-crash, Electronic brake assist, Lane Keeping support, and speed alert system, Safety systems for teenagers, early warning car to car communication and co-operative safety system.
2013-11-26
WIP Standard
AIR6288
This document describes operational scenarios and examples of system operation based on the experience of different developers of airborne wake vortex safety systems. This information is intended to supplement the recommendations and guidance given in ARP 6267 “Airborne Wake Vortex Safety Systems” as well as facilitate the application of other wake vortex standards and guidance documents generated by SAE and RTCA.
2013-11-25
Article
Panasonic Corp.'s high-precision, wide field of view (FOV) millimeter-wave technologies are able to separately detect cars, pedestrians, and bicycles in less than 0.1 s on the condition that they are separated by 20 cm (0.7 ft).
2013-11-13
Article
A forum at the 2013 SEMA Show discussed three approaches to ensure performance parts compliance with federal safety standard No. 126. Panelists also explained how simulation data, and kinematics and compliance measurements, can improve performance parts design.
2013-11-13
Standard
J2331_201311
This SAE Standard specifies a stationary test method for determining and documenting the masking effect caused by parts of the base machine with equipment as specified by the manufacturer within a visibility test circle around the eye position of a seated operator. It applies to earthmoving machinery which has a specific seated operator’s position.
2013-11-13
Standard
J1091_201311
This SAE Standard specifies a stationary test method for determining the masking effect caused by parts of the base machine with equipment as specified by the manufacturer on a visibility test circle around the machine from the eye position point of a seated operator. It specifies a method for evaluating the maskings that may be present. It applies to earthmoving machines which have a specific operator’s station. It does not consider evaluation of maskings which may be present with operational movement of working tools.
2013-11-12
Article
MESSRING offers the new M=BUS in-dummy data acquisition system for the WorldSID (Worldwide Harmonized Side Impact Dummy) 5th Small Female Dummy.
2013-11-11
WIP Standard
ARP6259
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes design and qualification guidance for interior aircraft lighting replacement of incadescent, halogen or fluorescent light with LED lights.
2013-11-04
Article
The system, called MatrixBeam, runs permanently on high beam with subtleties that include the ability to dim down for multiple “targets,” providing long-range high beam illumination that can straddle both an approaching vehicle and one traveling ahead, without dazzling the occupants of either.
2013-10-23
WIP Standard
AIR825/2A
The intent of this SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) is to describe the effects of the environmental changes on human physiology and the protection required to avoid negative consequences resulting from altitude exposure. A brief presentation of basic terms and considerations required to discuss the topic of human physiology at altitude are followed by an overview of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Issues specifically related to human exposure to altitude are then discussed. Hypoxia, hyperventilation, barotrauma, and decompression sickness (DCS) are each addressed: hypoxia is defined as an insufficient supply of oxygen to the tissues, hyperventilation is an excessive rate of ventilation with ultimate consequences on acido-basic equilibrium, barotrauma is injury caused by pressure: most commonly referencing injury to the walls of the Eustachian tube and the ear drum due to the difference between atmospheric and intratympanic pressures, and DCS is related to an excess of nitrogen in the body tissues.
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