Pedestrian Head Protection Performance Tests

Evaluation Method

Each of Area I and II are respectively divided into six, and Area III is divided into three in the crosswise direction of the vehicle, making total15 divided evaluation areas.
Each of the subdivided area is further divided into four sub-sub areas.
For each of the 15 divided evaluation areas, JNCAP selects one or two location(s) that is considered to produce the highest HIC value in the area to impact on this location (No two locations are selected from the same sub-sub area.). The resulting injury value is used as the typical value in evaluating the area, and counted using sliding scale.
These test values are calculated to produce average score for each of 15 sub-areas, and then the Total score average score is calculated.