Yunzhu Meng
Yunzhu Meng
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A finite element model of a six-year-old child for simulating pedestrian accidents
Y Meng, W Pak, B Guleyupoglu, B Koya, FS Gayzik, CD Untaroiu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 98, 206-213, 2017
262017
A finite element model of a midsize male for simulating pedestrian accidents
CD Untaroiu, W Pak, Y Meng, J Schap, B Koya, S Gayzik
Journal of biomechanical engineering 140 (1), 2018
142018
Evaluation of the Injury Risks of Truck Occupants Involved in a Crash as a Result of Errant Truck Platoons
H Jin, R Sharma, Y Meng, A Untaroiu, Z Doerzaph, CS Dobrovolny, ...
SAE International Journal of Transportation Safety 8 (09-08-01-0001), 2020
22020
Finite element model of a high-stature male pedestrian for simulating car-to-pedestrian collisions
W Pak, Y Meng, J Schap, B Koya, SF Gayzik, CD Untaroiu
International journal of automotive technology 20 (3), 445-453, 2019
22019
A review of pediatric lower extremity data for pedestrian numerical modeling: injury epidemiology, anatomy, anthropometry, structural, and mechanical properties
Y Meng, CD Untaroiu
Applied bionics and biomechanics 2018, 2018
22018
A 6 Year-Old Pediatric Finite Element Model for Simulating Pedestrian Impacts
Y Meng, B Guleyupoglu, B Koyal, S Gayzik, CD Untaroiu
14th International LS-DYNA Conference, 2016
22016
Finite Element Modeling of an Energy-Absorbing Guardrail End Terminal
Y Meng, W Hu, CD Untaroiu
SAE International Journal of Commercial Vehicles 12 (02-12-04-0021), 2019
12019
Implications of Truck Platoons for Roadside Hardware and Vehicle Safety
CS Dobrovolny, C Untaroiu, R Sharma, H Jin, Y Meng
SAFE-D: Safety Through Disruption National University Transportation Center, 2019
12019
Numerical investigation of occupant injury risks in car-to-end terminal crashes using dummy-based injury criteria and vehicle-based crash severity metrics
Y Meng, C Untaroiu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 145, 105700, 2020
2020
Development and Validation of a Child Finite Element Model for Use in Pedestrian Accident Simulations
Y Meng
Virginia Tech, 2017
2017
Further Validation of the Global Human Body Model Consortium 50th Percentile Male Pelvis Finite Element Model
D Grindle, Y Meng, C Untaroiu
A Study of Pedestrian Kinematics and Injury Outcomes Caused by a Traffic Accident with Respect to Pedestrian Anthropometry, Vehicle Shape, and Pre-Impact Conditions
CD Untaroiu, W Pak, Y Meng, B Guleyupoglu, S Gayzik
Development and Validation of a Finite Element Model of an Energy-absorbing Guardrail End Terminal
Y Meng, C Untaroiu
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