ConAS (Controlled Application for Structure Deformation)
To enhance the overall performance of structural deformation testing, ConAS can be utilized as an add-on fixture to ASIS to improve the overall test system capabilities. Its robust design is capable of deforming considerably rigid structures such as the B-pillars under a precisely controlled crash pulse, making it very useful during the early stages of the vehicle structure development.
Similar to ASIS design methodologies, some of the key features include intrusion cylinders with air pressure up to 200 bar, and ram acceleration modulated by hydraulic brakes that are controlled by an ultra-fast valve. Acceleration, speed, and stroke can be regulated precisely for each and every cylinder to simulate a complex crash scenario. A complex crash pulse can be modulated and the structure deformed with a real crash pulse as opposed to uncontrolled force behavior.
- Controlled deformation stroke and pulse
- Realistic deformation simulates actual crash pulse
- Perfect solution for complex components
|MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO INTRUSION AREAS||225 mm||8.9 in|
Number of Cylinders: up to 4
Standard Force/Cylinder: 120kN-500kN
Standard Stroke (Two Versions): 400mm-1000mm
For a full list of model regulations, please contact a member of the Humanetics team.