Bengt Pipkorn

Adjunct Professor at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

My research field is automotive safety with special focus on mathematical analysis of vehicle occupant protection. I am carrying out research in mainly human body modelling.Future projects are aimed at improving and extending injury prediction capability of human body models. In addition the plan is to develop the capability of the human body models to in addition to severe and fatal injuries also address impairing injuries. In particular principles for potential countermeasures will be included in the research. In addition the supervision of Ph.D. students will be continued and increased in the area of human body modeling and occupant protection.

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Showing 24 publications

2019

Passenger muscle responses in lane change and lane change with braking maneuvers using two belt configurations: Standard and reversible pre-pretensioner

Ghazaleh Ghaffari, Karin Brolin, Bengt Pipkorn et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 20 (sup1), p. S43-S51
Journal article
2019

Detailed subject-specific FE rib modeling for fracture prediction

Johan Iraeus, linus lundin, simon storm et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. in Press
Journal article
2019

Suitability of enhanced head injury criteria for vehicle rating

Marc van Slagmaat, Matthew B. Panzer, Bengt Pipkorn et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. In press
Journal article
2019

Development and Validation of a Generic Finite Element Ribcage to be used for Strain-based Fracture Prediction

Johan Iraeus, Bengt Pipkorn
2019 IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury (S1-5), p. 193-210
Paper in proceedings
2018

Comparison of WorldSID to PMHS kinematics in far-side impact

Daniel Perez-Rapela, Craig Markusic, Bryant Whitcomb et al
Conference proceedings International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI. Vol. 2018-September, p. 630-654
Paper in proceedings
2018

Occupant protection in far-side impacts

Bengt Pipkorn, Karl-Johan Larsson, Daniel Perez Rapela et al
Conference proceedings International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI. Vol. 2018-September, p. 76-105
Paper in proceedings
2018

Kinematic assessment of subject personification of human body models (THUMS)

Ana Piqueras-Lorente, Johan Iraeus, A. Lorente et al
Conference proceedings International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI. Vol. 2018-September, p. 191-206
Paper in proceedings
2018

Evaluation of adaptive belt restraint systems for the protection of elderly occupants in frontal impacts

K. Mroz, Bengt Pipkorn, C. Sunnevang et al
Conference proceedings International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI. Vol. 2018-September, p. 60-75
Paper in proceedings
2017

Evaluation of Adaptive Carbon Fiber Reinforced Door Beams

Bengt Pipkorn, Jan Krollmann, Jan-Mark Opelka et al
International Journal of Vehicle Design. Vol. 74 (2)
Journal article
2016

Study of the Kinematics of the THOR dummy in Nearside Oblique Impacts

Bengt Pipkorn, F. J. Lopez-Valdes, O. Juste-Lorente et al
Paper in proceedings
2015

Muscle Activation Strategies in Human Body Models for the Development of Integrated Safety

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir et al
The 24th ESV Conference Proceedings
Conference contribution
2013

Rear Seat Child Safety in Near-Side Impacts: A Modeling Study of Common Sitting Positions

Marianne Andersson, Bengt Pipkorn, Per Lövsund
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 14 (2), p. 198-208
Journal article
2012

Parameter study for child injury mitigation in near side impacts through FE simulations

Marianne Andersson, Bengt Pipkorn, Per Lövsund
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 13 (2), p. 182-192
Journal article
2012

Evaluation of the Head Kinematics of the Q3 Model and a Modified Q3 Model by Means of Crash Reconstruction

Marianne Andersson, Bengt Pipkorn, Per Lövsund
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 13 (6), p. 600-611
Journal article
2011

Characteristics of crashes involving injured children in side impacts

Marianne Andersson, Kristy Arbogast, Bengt Pipkorn et al
International Journal of Crashworthiness. Vol. 16 (4), p. 365-373
Journal article
2010

Comparison of Hybrid III and human body models in evaluating thoracic response for various seat belt and airbag loading conditions

Krystoffer Mroz, Ola Boström, Bengt Pipkorn et al
IRCOBI Conference, p. 265-279
Paper in proceedings
2009

Child Safety in Vehicles: Validation of a mathematical model and development of restraint system design guidelines for 3-year-olds through mathematical simulations

Marianne Johansson, Bengt Pipkorn, Per Lövsund
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 10 (5), p. 467-478
Journal article
2008

Validation of a Human Body Model for Frontal Crash and its Use for Chest Injury Prediction

Bengt Pipkorn, K. Mroz
SAE Technical Papers
Journal article
2008

Mathematical Occupant Models in Side Impacts - A Validation Study with Particular Emphasis on the Torso and Shoulder and their Influence on Head and Neck Motion

Bengt Pipkorn, Peter Halldin, Lotta Jakobsson et al
International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impact, p. 99-114
Paper in proceedings
2008

On Vehicle Design for Adaptive Front Structure

Bengt Pipkorn, Robert Thomson
International Conference on Crashworthiness
Paper in proceedings
2004

Structural adaptivity for acceleration level reduction in passenger car frontal collisions

Linus Wågström, Robert Thomson, Bengt Pipkorn
International Journal of Crashworthiness. Vol. 9 (2), p. 121-127
Journal article

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Showing 1 research projects

2017–2020

Assessment of Passenger Safety in Future Cars

Mats Svensson Vehicle Safety
Bengt Pipkorn Vehicle Safety
Anna-Lisa Osvalder Design and Human Factors
Lotta Jakobsson Vehicle Safety
Johan Iraeus Vehicle Safety
Karl-Johan Larsson Vehicle Safety
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