Hybrid III 95th Pedestrain

Hybrid III 95th Pedestrain

Available Product Lines

  • Pedestrian ATD Assembly FTSS - 880995-000-P Denton - 880995-0000-P
  • Pedestrian Conversion Kit FTSS - 880995-PED-KIT Denton - 880995-PEDKIT


The Hybrid III 95th Large Male Pedestrian Dummy is a Hybrid III Automotive Crash Test Dummy modified in the lower torso and knee regions for testing automotive-pedestrian impacts.The Hybrid III 95th male has the enhanced biofidelity of the 50th percentile Hybrid III and is thus an appropriate basis for the 95th male pedestrain.

Simulation Models

Humanetics offers highly detailed and fully validated Finite Element Models of its dummies in the codes LS-DYNA, PAM-CRASH, ABAQUS and RADIOSS, along with FE modeling consultancy services.

Dummy Features

Head and Neck The skull and skull cap are one piece cast aluminum parts with removable vinyl skins. The neck is a segmented rubber and aluminum construction with center cable. It accurately simulates the human dynamic moment/rotation flexion and extension response.

Upper Torso

The rib cage is represented by six high strength steel ribs with polymer based damping material to simulate human chest force-deflection characteristics. Each rib unit comprises left and right anatomical ribs in one continuous part open at the sternum and anchored to the back of the thoracic spine. A sternum assembly connects to the front of the ribs and includes a slider for the chest deflection rotary potentiometer. The angle between the neck and upper torso is adjustable, unless the optional lower neck load cell is used. A two-piece aluminum clavicle and clavicle link assemblies have cast integral scapulae to interface with shoulder belts.

Lower Torso

A curved cylindrical rubber lumbar spine mounts provides human-like slouch of a seated person and mounts to the pelvis through an optional three axis lumbar load cell. Two cables through the axis of the lumbar spine limit stretching, control response and increases durability. The pelvis is a vinyl skin/urethane foam molded over an aluminum casting in the seated position. The femur and tibia can be instrumented to predict bone fracture and the knee can evaluate tibia to femur ligament injury Lower legs are interchangeable with instrumented versions.