The goal of the New Car Hit Test, the European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) introduced a new test system for new cars in 2015 yesterday. This new procedure is claimed to aim to determine the overall level of car safety.
All new cars are tested with various ice accidents. Euro NCAP conducts simulations which are claimed to be able to measure the impact of crashes from the front and side, the car rolled over to the impact of collisions on pedestrians. For more details, here are some of the reasons underlying the hit test:
Initially a front crash test was developed by the European Enhanced Vehicle-safety Committee. In the test, the car was directed to hit a barrier with a speed of 64 km / hour. This is done to determine the risk of injury to the driver and passenger when crashing from the front.
Frontal impact is the most basic test in accident testing. The simulation is done by using a male doll as a driver. Sometimes there are also other dolls on the passenger side.
Then in 2015, Euro NCAP introduced the latest front crash test system. The car being tested is directed at a speed of 50 km / hour. The difference is, besides having a male doll in the driver’s seat, added a girl’s doll on the back.
Side Hit Test (Pole Side Impact)
This crash test consists when the tested car is projected to the side at a speed … Read more