Eastern Europe

The advantage of this method is that it allows from the outset to work with a real physical model. Two years on the project … Recently Dirk Kuyt sought to clarify these questions. To better understand the modern computerized helmet design process, we visited the company Omega in Tortona, which is part of the Italo-Spanish industrial group, which has production in Eastern Europe and Asia. The Italian branch of the designs moto and veloshlemov. Design is not just for domestic orders of the company, but also in order for others manufacturers.

In Tortona is equipment and laboratories for the design and conduct various tests of finished products. There's also done the official certification and homologation of helmets. Computer designing a new helmet traditionally begins with sketches on paper. After selecting the appropriate options to pass to mathematical modeling. In 3D-programs in a short time, a mathematical model – a form of Future helmet. On the screen it looks quite realistic, even at this stage it can be visualized in detail with all the details and holes up to labels, seals, and options for coloring. Then the model-form turns into a complete three-dimensional object with all the details.

The programs used for simulation, also used in aerospace and the automotive industry. However, in aviation and even use similar composites, the products are not designed for survival in case of accidents. Accordingly, the materials do not need to set the behavior for multidirectional mechanical loads. In the auto industry, by contrast, used the structure of homogeneous materials subjected to preliminary molding of the plates.