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how airbags help in the situation of an accident

Published On : 2009-02-18 16:19:24.0 Viru
Category : Safety
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The design is conceptually simple; a central Airbag control unit (ACU) (a specific type of ECU) monitors a number of related sensors within the vehicle, including accelerometers, impact sensors, side (door) pressure sensors, wheel speed sensors, gyroscopes, brake pressure sensors, and seat occupancy sensors. When the requisite 'threshold' has been reached or exceeded, the airbag control unit will trigger the ignition of a gas generator propellant to rapidly inflate a nylon fabric bag. As the vehicle occupant collides with and squeezes the bag, the gas escapes in a controlled manner through small vent holes. The airbag's volume and the size of the vents in the bag are tailored to each vehicle type, to spread out the deceleration of (and thus force experienced by) the occupant over time and over the occupant's body, compared to a seat belt alone. http://www.indiagarage.com/thread13931.html
Parth on 2012-02-04 18:46:46.0
In case of accident the airbags spreads and saves by sudden jerk.
Ramendra on 2009-02-18 21:18:10.0
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