CRASH TESTS 😱 | Cars, Buses & Motorcycle

CRASH TESTS 😱 | Cars, Buses & Motorcycle


welcome to TTI welcome to a whole new
world of science and Fire today we’re going to explore the ten most impressive
tests with the dummies and cars motorcycles and buses number ten safety
belt the use of the safety belt reduces the risk of death and various kinds of
accidents by up to 80% it protects vehicles occupants from
being thrown away from the cabin compartment and impacting against the
wheel the dashboard or the windshield it’s an adult wing 70 kilos does not
wear the safety belt then in a car crash at 50 km/h
that person will impact with the destructive force that’s equal to three
thousand five hundred kilos number nine airbag the front airbag of a vehicle
reduces the risk of death of the driver and co-drivers by up to thirty percent
during the frontal head collision these airbags protect the person’s head and
thorax by avoiding the destructive impact on the driver against the
dashboard these airbags fill up with a nitrogen gas within 30 milliseconds when
they detect an impact with speed exceeding three g-forces number eight airbag for motorcycles in a
motorcycle head-on collision the neck chest and abdomen of the rider a
dangerously exposed to considerable risk the jacket airbag absorbs 90% of the
energy from the impact this can reduce up to 80% of injuries these airbags can
be activated with the cord when it is unfastened from the motorcycle were also
through sensors number seven child seat when the child
seat is placed forward in the vehicle and an accident occurs the child is
helped by the safety harness and suffers from high tensions on the neck the spine
and organs on the contrary when the seat is placed backward the destructive
forces are distributed all over the seat back putting the child’s seat in the
opposite direction can reduce up to 75% the risk of serious injuries number 6
pedestrian run over if a pedestrian is run over at a speed of 40 kilometres an
hour the risk of them dying is 10% if they are run over at 60 km/h the risk of
death increases to 40% and at 100 km/h the risk of death is near 70% nowadays
government authorities can enforce some advanced detection systems that can
identify pedestrians and slow down automatically reducing the chance of a
pedestrian being run over number five buses though busses are a
means of transportation in which accidents are not frequent when these
occur the number of injured people could be higher than in other types of
vehicles the use of the safety belt reduces the possibility of injuries and
it also avoids passengers impacting against the passenger compartments and
against other passengers – nowadays more buses have safety belts and more people
use them number four limousine a limousine with some passengers going
at 80 kilometers an hour and in a head-on collision can smash the driver
easily though the back part of the limo remains intact if the passengers are not
wearing the safety belt they will be thrown away from their positions to
impact other passengers and the passenger compartment and they’ll end up
seriously injured number three ambulance in most ambulances workers do
not need to wear safety belts because they need to move constantly to assist
the injured people new ambulances are designed to increase the safety of their
passengers new systems have been implemented among them there is a system
to secure the stretchers and the medical devices the structure and the
replacement of two-point safety belts with other types of belts with more
fastenings number two collision against a truck in a collision
of a car against the back part or the sides of a truck there is a high
possibility for a fatal outcome even though the car is equipped with safety
systems but by using advanced safety systems for lower protection against
trucks which is made up of steel bars avoids cars going under the truck at the
moment of the crash this a new safety system has proven to be highly effective
in this kind of collision number one head-on collision head-on collisions at
60 km/h against a wall is equivalent to falling from 15 meters high if speed is
doubled the impact force is multiplied by four and if the speed is tripled the
impact force is multiplied by nine in a head-on collision at 190 kilometres an
hour the impact is equivalent to falling from 145 meters high and chances to live
are non-existent thanks for watching if you are new here
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