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Safety Cabin Design

The design of the CTLS carbon fiber cockpit has been intentionally done following reliable design principles known from the passenger cabins of modern cars, where crash loads are transferred through the passenger area to the crash-zones at the end of the vehicle, so that the cabin remains stable while the energy is absorbed in the periphery areas. 

Looking at the CT models safety cabin you can find all key car design features as well. 
The following illustration generalizes the force flow in the CTLS:

• Forces are introduced in a crash from the engine and nose gear through the big engine mount (1) into a strong A-pillar (2) and to the center tunnel (5).

• The door sill (3) is designed to transport the loads backwards and into the sandwich composite shell. 

• The fuselage root rib area (4) is designed as a stiff roof rail to transports the loads backwards.

• The middle of the cabin is stiffened with a tunnel (5) that extends from the nose gear attachment area to beyond the luggage compartment. 

• The cabin is closed at the end with the main bulkhead (6) that serves together with the door sill as B- pillar. All longitudinal elements extend to and beyond this main bulkhead. 

• The floor section below the seats is designed with “Pyramids” (7) installed to the cabin floor, supporting the seats and stiffening the floor. 

• The inner laminate of the cabin skin is done in Aramide, providing best occupant protection against splintering. The outer skin is designed as carbon fiber providing maximum stiffness and strength. 

The suitability of this design has been proven in service now for 13 years. Accident history shows that the cabin provides a maximum of occupant protection even in a severe crash.

 
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