International Journal of Crashworthiness
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1358-8265. ISSN (electronic): 1754-2111.
International Journal of Crashworthiness is the only journal covering all matters relating to the crashworthiness of road vehicles (including cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles), rail vehicles, air and spacecraft, ships and submarines, and on- and off-shore installations. The Journal provides a unique forum for the publication of original research and applied studies relevant to an audience of academics, designers and practicing engineers. The issues addressed include the quality of response of materials, body structures and energy-absorbing systems subjected to sudden dynamic loading, focussing on new crashworthy structures, new concepts in restraint systems and realistic accident reconstruction. Articles reflect the importance of computer modelling, as well as the development of human surrogates in impact simulation and prediction of vehicle and passenger response. Papers on impact biomechanics, covering human response, mechanics of injury and occupant protection in general, are also published. International Journal of Crashworthiness publishes both original research papers (full papers and short communications) and state-of-the-art reviews.
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