Jac Wismans

Forskare at SAFER, The Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre

Professor Jac Wismans from Eindhoven University of Technology, is guest professor in Vehcile Safety at the department.

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Showing 23 publications

2017

Economics of Road Safety – What does it imply under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?

Jac Wismans, Selpi Selpi, Marie Thynell et al
10th Regional Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum in Asia, 14-16 March 2017 in Vientiane, Lao PDR, p. 1-58
Conference contribution
2016

Key building blocks for implementing HBMs in a virtual testing environment - Applications and findings from SafeEV project

Christian Mayer, Ghosh Pronoy, Ravikirian Chitteti et al
CARHS HBM Symposium 2016
Conference contribution
2016

Road safety implications and opportunities for regions under increasing motorization

Jac Wismans, Ingrid Skogsmo, Anna Nilsson-Ehle et al
17th International Conference Road Safety On Five Continents (RS5C 2016), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 17-19 May 2016
Paper in proceedings
2016

Low-Carbon Transport: Health and Climate Benefits

Jac Wismans, Maria Grahn, Ingemar Denbratt
Report
2016

Commentary: Status of road safety in Asia

Jac Wismans, Ingrid Skogsmo, Anna Nilsson-Ehle et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 17 (3), p. 217-225
Journal article
2015

A proposal for integrating pre-crash vehicle dynamics into occupant injury protection evaluation of small electric vehicles

Pronoy Ghosh, Marianne Andersson, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez et al
IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, 9-11 September, Lyon, France, p. 767-782
Paper in proceedings
2015

Holistic Approach for Improved Safety Including a Proposal of New Virtual Test Conditions of Small Electric Vehicles

A. Teibinger, C. Mayer, E. Dux et al
SAE Technical Papers: SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition; Cobo CenterDetroit; United States; 21 April 2015 through 23 April 2015. Vol. 2015-April (April)
Paper in proceedings
2014

Implications of Road Safety in National Productivity and Human Development in Asia

Jac Wismans, Ingrid Skogsmo, Anna Nilsson-Ehle et al
Report
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

Implications of Road Safety in National Productivity and Human Development in Asia

Jac Wismans, Ingrid Skogsmo, Anna Nilsson-Ehle et al
Eighth Regional EST Forum in Asia 19-21 November 2014 Colombo, Sri Lanka, p. 1-51
Conference contribution
2013

Human rib response to different restraint systems in frontal impacts: a study using a human body model

Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Karin Brolin, Johan Davidsson et al
International Journal of Crashworthiness. Vol. 18 (5), p. 516-529
Journal article
2012

Integrated architectures for third generation electric vehicles - Innovative concepts to meet customer requirements

M. Lesemann, S. Faßbender, M. Funcke et al
26th Electric Vehicle Symposium 2012, EVS 2012; Los Angeles, CA; United States; 6 May 2012 through 9 May 2012; Code 96815. Vol. 1, p. 412-423
Paper in proceedings
2012

The Occupant Response to Autonomous Braking: A Modelling Approach That Accounts for Active Musculature

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Stina Carlsson et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 13 (3), p. 265-277
Journal article
2012

Integrated Architectures for Third Generation Electric Vehicles – Technical challenges meeting customer requirements.

Micha Lesemann, Leif Ickert, Lutz Eckstein et al
Fisita 2012 conference, Beijing, Paper no. F2012-E04-001,
Conference contribution
2011

Human Body Modelling with Active Musculature for Integrated Safety Analyses

Karin Brolin, Jac Wismans, Jonas Östh et al
3rd International Symposium on Human Modelling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering
Conference contribution
2011

Integrated Architectures for Third Generation Electric Vehicles – First Results of the ELVA Project

Micha Lesemann, Michael Funcke, Leif Ickert et al
EEVC, Brussels, Belgium, October 26-28, 2011
Conference contribution
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
2010

Implementing Active Properties of Musculature to Obtain Posture Maintaining Human Body Models for Crash Simulations

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Jac Wismans
6th World Congress of Biomechanics Abstracts, p. 61-
Conference contribution
2009

Scaling head-neck response data and derivation of 5th percentile female side-impact dummy head-neck response requirements in NBDL test conditions

R. Meijer, R. Wisgerhof, Jac Wismans et al
International Journal of Crashworthiness. Vol. 14 (3), p. 233-243
Journal article
2003

Whiplash injuries, not only a problem in rear end impact

Hans Cappon, Jac Wismans, Michiel Ratingen et al
ESV 18th Conference
Journal article
2002

Comparison of the Rear Impact Biofidelity of BioRID II and RID2

Mat Philippens, Hans Cappon, Jac Wismans et al
Stapp car crash journal. Vol. 46, p. 461-76
Journal article
2001

Development and Evaluation of the ES-2 Dummy

Jac Wismans, F Bermond, G Gertosio et al
Report

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