Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Human and Surrogate Response to Accelerative Loading

Report No. ARL-SR-0392
Authors: Michael Kleinberger
Date/Pages: February 2018; 962 pages
Abstract: The Army Research Laboratory hosted a Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Human and Surrogate Response to Accelerative Loading on January 12â??14, 2016, at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. This 3-day workshop included 36 technical presentations organized into six technical sessions on (I) Under Body Blast Events; (II) ATD Model Development; (III) Human Biofidelic Response Corridors for Model Validation; (IV) Development of Human Body Models; (V) Topics Related to Prediction of TBI; and (VI) Validation, Scaling, and Material Properties. Focused discussions addressed the assessment of existing injury criteria, methods for quantifying model validation, scaling techniques for modeling the broad anthropometric spectrum of the Soldier population, and novel imaging techniques for documenting injury. Discussions also helped to identify gaps in the current research, and to set short-term goals for continued model development, validation, and application.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: February 1, 2018