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 Translation for 'crumple zone' from English to Russian
NOUN   a crumple zone | crumple zones
авто.
зона {ж} деформации
crumple zone
мять [несов.] [бумагу, ткань и т. п.]to crumple (up) [clothes, paper etc.]
геогр.
пояс {м} [зона]
zone
зона {ж} [район]zone
биол.геол.экол.
абиссаль {ж}
abyssal zone
псих.
зона {ж} комфорта
comfort zone
часовой пояс {м}time zone
физ.
зона {ж} Бриллюэна
Brillouin zone
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Usage Examples English
  • As a result, the Model S offers features such as a front trunk ("frunk") in addition to a rear trunk and an enlarged crumple zone.
  • Non-collapsible steering columns fitted to older vehicles very often impaled drivers in frontal crashes, particularly when the steering box or rack was mounted in front of the front axle line, at the front of the crumple zone.
  • The battery pack is placed in the floor of the car, and encased in an aluminium safety cage that creates a crumple zone around the battery.
  • The crumple zone had been compressed. The driver, stuck in the cab, had no escape.
  • This was achieved by using two shoulder-height roll bars, a crumple zone around the front wheel and an aluminium roll cage creating a car-like safety cell.

  • This was particularly the case for steam locomotives, but still has some relevance for casualties than one with a locomotive (where the heavy locomotive would act as a "crumple zone").
  • Constructed from welded steel armor, it absorbs and deflects energy from a blast, acting as a crumple zone.
  • The result is a larger front crumple zone.
  • 0 mm to act as a form of crumple zone, but as the wings continued to be made of 1.4 mm mild steel, the modification was pointless and ineffectual and was reversed in 1969 as it increased passenger compartment crush in collisions.
  • The hood was made of aluminium in order to save weight and increase the crumple zone for safety.

  • It does not have a crumple zone and is therefore perceived as unsafe under peace conditions.
  • The increased length, especially in the front end, is due to the new 2019 EU pedestrian impact safety regulations: the previous generation did not have enough open space between the car's front end and the rigid components beneath for the crumple zone as to mitigate the injury to a pedestrian's body.
  • The rearmost passengers in minivans, benefiting little from the short rear crumple zone, are more likely to be injured or killed.
  • The redesign included a safety front crumple zone into the frame and a center-mounted brake light to the hardtop; the hardtop was now the mounting point of 3-point seatbelts for the rear passengers.
  • Three-point seat belts are fitted; however, it has no airbags or crumple zone, and in certain jurisdictions the driver and passenger must wear motorcycle helmets.

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