Passive safety systems protect the occupants and other road users in the event of an impact. But designing such systems is a complex undertaking where many variables must be considered.
To design passive safety systems, engineers need to meet contrasting objectives and consider multiple conditions, including different impact modes, crash test dummy sizes and types, and a broad range of vehicle variants. Simulation process automation and design optimization are essential to expedite the development process, while balancing different variables and requirements.
In this white paper, you'll read about:
- the multidisciplinary nature of passive safety,
- the issues faced when designing such systems,
- how automation and optimization can address these challenges.