Risque routier : retenue au choc de mobilier embarqué en zone arrière de fourgons ou de fourgonnettes. Exigences et méthode d'essai

Abstract : Each day, several million light utility vehicles: vans, light vans or delivery vans, are used on the roads by companies to transport the materials and goods required for their activity. During a frontal road collision, an unlashed load in the rear of the van is projected violently towards the occupant compartment and thus becomes a projectile likely to injure or even kill the occupants of the vehicle. The installation of a partitioning system physically separating the loading space from the occupants is a partial protective measure to deal with this risk. Reproduction in the laboratory ofstandardised frontal shocks has shown that the partitioning system cannot whatever the case restrain the entire payload of the vehicle. Equipping a delivery van with a partitioning system is therefore necessary but not enough. It therefore remains essential to restrain the materials andgoods transported in the loading space, in particular by placing them in safe fitted furniture. The aim of the present protocol is to define a test method and the requirements regarding load restraining for furniture fitted in the loading space of delivery vans.
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Gérard Fleury. Risque routier : retenue au choc de mobilier embarqué en zone arrière de fourgons ou de fourgonnettes. Exigences et méthode d'essai. [Rapport de recherche] NS 286, Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité (INRS). 2010, 21 p., illustrations. ⟨hal-01427309⟩

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