Anna K Carlsson

Forskare at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety

Anna Carlsson is a researcher at Vehicle Safety and associated with SAFER. She investigates the differences in dynamic response between males and females during a rear-end impact. The results can serve as a base for future computer and/or dummy models used in crash safety system development and evaluation.

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Showing 44 publications

2019

Skadereducerande Effekt av Uppvärmda Trottoarer, Gång- och Cykelstråk - En Inledande Studie

Anna K Carlsson, Beshara Sawaya, Jordanka Kovaceva et al
Conference contribution
2018

Skadereducerande Effekt av Uppvärmda Trottoarer, Gång- och Cykelstråk

Anna K Carlsson, Beshara Sawaya, Jordanka Kovaceva et al
Preprint
2018

Sex-based differences in pain distribution in a cohort of patients with persistent post-traumatic neck pain

Hans Westergren, Johan Larsson, Michael Freeman et al
Disability and Rehabilitation. Vol. 40 (9), p. 1085-1091
Journal article
2017

Utvärdering av provmetod som simulerar höftislag hos gångtrafikanter

Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Anna K Carlsson
Report
2017

Real World Adjustments of Driver Seat and Head Restraint in Saab 9-3 Vehicles

Anna K Carlsson, Linda Pipkorn, Anders Kullgren et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 18 (4), p. 398-405
Journal article
2016

Difference in Female and Male Whiplash Injury Risk – Indications from Seat Testing and From Fluid Dynamics Modelling of Nerve Injury Mechanisms

Mats Svensson, Anna K Carlsson, Anders Kullgren et al
Proceeding of the 13th International Forum of Automotive Traffic Safety (INFATS), Hangzhou, China, November 24-26, p. 473-476
Paper in proceedings
2016

Barns Skallskador vid Olyckor i Personbil

Anna K Carlsson, Johan Strandroth, Katarina Bohman et al
Transportforum, January 12–13, 2016; Linköping, Sweden
Conference contribution
2016

Autonoma Drift- och Underhållsfordon för Cykelstråk

Anna K Carlsson, Viveca Wallqvist
Tylösandseminariet, August 30–31, 2016; Tylösand, Sweden
Conference contribution
2015

Fallolyckor bland gångtrafikanter

Anna K Carlsson, Mats Svensson
Report
2014

Krockdocka som testar whiplashskyddet för kvinnor

Anna K Carlsson, Mats Svensson
Report
2014

Anthropometric Specifications, Development, and Evaluation of EvaRID-A 50th Percentile Female Rear Impact Finite Element Dummy Model

Anna K Carlsson, Fred Chang, Paul Lemmen et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 15 (8), p. 855-865
Journal article
2014

Future Accident Scenarios involving Small Electric Vehicles

Mats Svensson, Gian Antonio D'Addetta, Anna K Carlsson et al
International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury Conference, IRCOBI 2014; Berlin; Germany; 10 September 2014 through 12 September 2014, p. 51-52
Paper in proceedings
2014

Fotgängare - Hur gör man sig illa och vilka åtgärder är tänkbara

Anna K Carlsson
Tylösandsseminariet
Conference contribution
2013

Evaluation of the Biofidelity of the BioRID-II and THOR-NT Anthropomorphic Test Devices under Seatbelt Pre-Pretensioner Loading in Stationary Conditions

Jean-Adrien Develet, Anna K Carlsson, Mats Svensson et al
2013 Ohio State University Injury Biomechanics Symposium, p. 1-15
Conference contribution
2013

Seat Optimisation Considering Reduction of Neck Injuries for Female and Male Occupants – Applications of the EvaRID Model and a Loading Device Representing a 50th Percentile Female

Paul Lemmen, Amit Gupta, Apoorva Lakshminarayana et al
The 23rd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Seoul (Korea), May 27-30, 2013
Conference contribution
2013

Occupant Diversity in Modelling and Evaluation Related to SoftTissue Neck Injuries in Low Severity Impact

Astrid Linder, Robert Thomson, Mats Svensson et al
Proceedings of the 16th International Conference Road Safety on Four Continents: Beijing, China. 15-17 May 2013
Paper in proceedings
2013

ADSEAT – Adaptive seat to reduce neck injuries for female and male occupants

Astrid Linder, Sylvia Schick, Wolfram Hell et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 60, p. 334-343
Journal article
2013

Review of Child Car Occupant Fatalities in Sweden During Six Decades

Anna K Carlsson, Johan Strandroth, Katarina Bohman et al
Proceedings: IRCOBI Conference; September 11-13; Gothenburg, Sweden, p. 1-14
Paper in proceedings
2013

Older Children’s Sitting Postures, Behaviour and Comfort Experience during Ride – A Comparison between an Integrated Booster Cushion and a High-Back Booster

Anna-Lisa Osvalder, Ida Hansson, Isabelle Stockman et al
Proceedings 2013 IRCOBI Conference, 11-13 September, Gothenburg, Sweden (IRC-13-105)
Journal article
2012

Seat testing to investigate the female neck injury risk – preliminary results using a new female dummy prototype

Kai-Uwe Schmitt, Toni Weber, Mats Svensson et al
Proceedings: IRCOBI Conference; September 12–14; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Paper in proceedings
2012

EvaRID ‐ A 50th Percentile Female Rear Impact Finite Element Dummy Model

Anna K Carlsson, Fred Chang, Paul Lemmen et al
Proceedings: IRCOBI Conference; September 12-14; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Paper in proceedings
2012

Motion of the Head and Neck of Female and Male Volunteers in Rear Impact Car-to-Car Impacts

Anna K Carlsson, Gunter P. Siegmund, Astrid Linder et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 13 (4), p. 378-387
Journal article
2012

ADSEAT - Adaptive Seat to Reduce Neck Injuries for Female and Male Occupants

Astrid Linder, Schick Sylvia, Hell Wolfram et al
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 48, p. 1907-1922
Paper in proceedings
2012

Influence of Gender, Height, Weight, Age, Seated Position and Collision Site related to Neck Pain Symptoms in Rear End Impacts

Astrid Linder, Stefan Olsen, Jenny Eriksson et al
Proceedings: IRCOBI Conference; September 12-14, 2012; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Paper in proceedings
2011

Dynamic Kinematic Responses of Female Volunteers in Rear Impacts and Comparison to Previous Male Volunteer Tests

Anna K Carlsson, Astrid Linder, Johan Davidsson et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 12 (4), p. 347-357
Journal article
2011

EvaRID: A 50th Percentile Female Rear Impact Dummy FE Model

Anna K Carlsson
Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. Vol. Supplement No. 50 (2011), p. 21-
Journal article
2011

EvaRID - Anthropometric and Biomechanical Specification of a Finite Element Dummy Model of an Average Female for Rear Impact Testing

Astrid Linder, Mats Svensson, Anna K Carlsson et al
The 22nd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Washington, D.C., June 13-16, 2011, p. 1-14
Conference contribution
2010

Motion of the Head and Neck of Female and Male Volunteers

Anna K Carlsson, Gunter P. Siegmund, Astrid Linder et al
IRCOBI Conference – Hanover (Germany), p. 29-39
Paper in proceedings
2010

EvaRID: a dummy model representing females in rear end impacts

Fred Chang, Anna K Carlsson, Paul Lemmen et al
Proc. Whiplash 2010, 3rd International Conference, Munich, November 18 – 20, 2010
Paper in proceedings
2009

Dynamisk respons av kvinnor och män vid en upphinnandekollision

Anna K Carlsson
Transportforum 2009, 8-9 januari, Linköping
Conference contribution
2008

Dynamic Responses of Female and Male Volunteers in Rear Impacts

Anna K Carlsson, Astrid Linder, Mats Svensson et al
World Congress on Neck Pain, January, 20-22, 2008, Los Angeles CA
Conference contribution
2008

Female Volunteer Motion in Rear Impact Sled Tests in Comparison to Results From Earlier Male Volunteer Tests

Anna K Carlsson, Astrid Linder, Mats Svensson et al
IRCOBI Conference – Bern (Switzerland) – September 2008, p. 461-464
Paper in proceedings
2008

Dynamic Responses of Female and Male Volunteers in Rear Impacts

Astrid Linder, Anna K Carlsson, Mats Svensson et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 9, p. 592-599
Journal article
1998

Observation of structure changes for Li/Cu(111) by photoemission from Li core and quantum-well states

Anna K Carlsson, Dan Claesson, Galina Katrich et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 57 (20), p. 13192 - 13198
Journal article
1997

Structure changes for Cu(111)/Li observed via discrete quantum well states

Anna K Carlsson, Dan Claesson, Galina Katrich et al
Surface Review and Letters. Vol. 4 (6), p. 1233-1237
Journal article
1997

High-resolution photoemission from a tunable quantum well: Cu(111)/Na

Anna K Carlsson, Bo Hellsing, Stig-Åke Lindgren et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 56 (3), p. 1593 - 1600
Journal article
1996

Valence-Electron Resonances in Alkali-Metal Overlayers Observed via Photoemission Line-Shape Changes

Anna K Carlsson, Dan Claesson, Stig-Åke Lindgren et al
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 77 (2), p. 346 - 349
Journal article
1996

Oscillatory photoemission cross section for alkali monolayer quantum well states

Anna K Carlsson, Dan Claesson, Galina Katrich et al
Surface Science. Vol. 352-354, p. 656-659
Journal article
1996

Coverage-dependent frequency for Li-atom vibrations on Cu(111)

Stig-Åke Lindgren, Christer Svensson, Lars Erik Gustaf Wallden et al
Physical Review B. Vol. 54 (15), p. 10912 - 10916
Journal article
1995

Oscillatory photoemission cross section for simple-metal quantum wells

Anna K Carlsson, Dan Claesson, Stig-Åke Lindgren et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 52 (15), p. 11144 - 11146
Journal article
1994

Shifts and widths of metal-overlayer quantum-well states near EF observed by photoemission

Anna K Carlsson, Stig-Åke Lindgren, Christer Svensson et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 50 (12), p. 8926 - 8929
Journal article

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Showing 1 research projects

2016–2018

The effects of heated streets on injuries of pedestrians and cyclists

Anna K Carlsson Person Injury Prevention
Marianne Andersson Vehicle Safety
Jordanka Kovaceva Vehicle Safety
Beshara Sawaya Unknown organization
Swedish Transport Administration

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