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Seat Belt Design
November 15, 2008
Automotive DesignLine
The use of Maplesoft products in the new and emerging pre-crash shoulder belt tensioning technology that enables reduction of automotive crash injuries is discussed here. “DynaFlexPro proved to be the fastest way to describe the system,” said Craig Good, the researcher. “I was able to very quickly generate equations of motion and verify the data.”
Seat Belt Design
October 29, 2008
Product Design and Development
Pre-crash shoulder belt tensioning is an emerging new technology that enables reduction of automotive crash injuries. Maple and DFP played a critical role in the research of next generation seat belt restraints. “DynaFlexPro proved to be the fastest way to describe the system,” said Craig Good, the researcher. “I was able to very quickly generate equations of motion and verify the data.”
Maple helps research next-generation seat belt restraints
September 19, 2008
Design Engineering
Pre-crash shoulder belt tensioning is one promising new technology designed to reduce automotive crash injuries. In the research of next generation seat belt restraints, Maple and DFP played a critical role. “DynaFlexPro proved to be the fastest way to describe the system,” said Craig Good, the researcher. “I was able to very quickly generate equations of motion and verify the data.”
The rise of the machines
September 13, 2008
Scientific Computing World
Three applications of Maple (biomechanical modeling, medical robotics and Maglev train technologies) are at the centre of an article on the development of robotics via maths and statistics packages. Observes Felix Grant, the author of the article: “To solve robotics problems is to solve increasingly sophisticated problems in the realtime handling and analysis of data to inform action, and robotic progress is a wavefront moving through successive classes of such problems.”
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