CAA Paper 2005/03: A Benefit Analysis for Aircraft 16G Dynamic Seats Configured without Enhancements to Head Injury Criteria

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Reference:CAA Paper 2005/03
Title:A Benefit Analysis for Aircraft 16G Dynamic Seats Configured without Enhancements to Head Injury Criteria
Description:This study was supported by FAA funding and considers the life-saving potential of '16G Seats' without enhancements to Head Injury Criteria. The results indicate that 39% of the fatality benefit is associated with the enhanced Head Injury Criteria, together with 46% of the serious injuries benefit.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:October 2005
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