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Title 49Subtitle BChapter VPart 572Subpart I → §572.71

Title 49: Transportation
Subpart I—6-Year-Old Child

§572.71   General description.

(a) The representative 6-year-old dummy consists of a drawings and specifications package that contains the following materials:

(1) Technical drawings, specifications, and the parts list package shown in SA 106C 001, sheets 1 through 18, rereleased July 11, 1997;

(2) A user's manual entitled, “Six-Year-Old Size Child Test Dummy SA106C,” October 28, 1991.

(b) The dummy is made up of the component assemblies set out in Table A:

Table A

Assembly drawing No.Drawing titleListed on drawing No.Revision
SA 106C 010Head AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 8A
SA 106C 020Neck AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 9A
SA 106C 030Thorax AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 10C
SA 106C 030Thorax AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 11D
SA 106C 041Arm Assembly (right)SA 106C 001, sheet 14A
SA 106C 042Arm Assembly (left)SA 106C 001, sheet 15A
SA 106C 050Lumbar Spine AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 12A
SA 106C 060Pelvis AssemblySA 106C 001, sheet 13A
SA 106C 071Leg Assembly (right)SA 106C 001, sheet 16A
SA 106C 072Leg Assembly (left)SA 106C 001, sheet 17A

(c) Adjacent segments are joined in a manner such that except for contacts existing under static conditions, there is no contact between metallic elements throughout the range of motion or under simulated crash-impact conditions.

(d) The structural properties of the dummy are such that the dummy conforms to this part in every respect both before and after its use in any test similar to those specified in Standard 213, Child Restraint Systems.

[56 FR 57836, Nov. 14, 1991, as amended at 62 FR 44226, Aug. 20, 1997]

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