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Estimate by Multiple Regression Analysis of Vehicle Specific Constants for Estimation of Time at Temperature Histogram of Vehicle Interior Parts Exposed to Meteorological Environments


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Author(J)1) 福田 猛, 2) 阿部 淳
Author(E)1) Takeru Fukuda, 2) Jun Abe
Affiliation(J)1) 本田技研工業, 2) ホンダアクセス


Abstract(E)We have announced a method to calculate the temperature frequency data that the interior parts of the vehicle are exposed to from the weather history data. This calculation requires the Vehicle-specific constants obtained from the short-term actual vehicle exposure test. However, if the vehicle does not exist in the planning stage, we propose a new method for obtaining the vehicle-specific constant from the design dimensions.

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