Development of use tests for automotive components

Automating durability tests for products is one effective way of guaranteeing repeatable results and reducing costs in the product value chain, but their definition becomes complex when the forces to which the products are subjected depend on human interaction and the mechanical properties of the material. This problem frequently occurs with automobile components.

Article of Revista de Biomecánica 54.

Automating durability tests for products is one effective way of guaranteeing repeatable results and reducing costs in the product value chain, but their definition becomes complex when the forces to which the products are subjected depend on human interaction and the mechanical properties of the material. This problem frequently occurs with automobile components.

To solve it for the wear of secondrow seats, an automated use test has been developed, based on a series of actual measurements of ingress and egress movements, performed by the Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia, plus an industrial robot system with force control, programmed and set up by the Instituto de Automática e Informática Industrial (ai2) of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, which reproduces a pattern of movements and forces calculated from the real observations.

Article of Revista de Biomecánica 54.

 

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