Utilizing finite element tools to model objective seat comfort results

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The comfort assessment of seats in the automotive industry has historically been accomplished by subjective ratings. This approach is expensive and time consuming since it involves multiple prototype seats and numerous people in supporting processes. In order to create a more efficient and robust method, objective metrics must be developed and utilized to establish measurable boundaries for seat performance. 

Daniel Dooge, Cécile Cabane, Christian Marca, Ramesh Dwarampudi - ESI Group
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