FLUID BRAIN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

In order to mitigate brain injuries, all types of rotational and linear acceleration forces need to be managed independently and simultaneously.  Other important variables to assess include the shape and duration of the acceleration curves, as well as stresses and strains on the brain tissue. 

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LINEAR DOMINANT IMPACT

Oblique impacts where the head and brain decelerate from rotating (spinning) more slowly and can lead to greater soft tissue damage.

ROTATION DOMINANT IMPACT

Sudden high and low energy impacts where the head and brain decelerate (stop) quickly.

FLUID TOTAL BRAIN PROTECTION

Rotation: Low shear Fluid allows the helmet to rotate relative to the head and improve rotational energy absorption. 

Linear: Fluid displacement & foam compression improves high/low linear energy absorption