One of the issues related to materials like this ultra-high strength steel is that they tend to be less formable, and so to assure that the bumper beams would absorb crash energy (a collision can be loosely considered analogous to uncontrolled stamping), they had to create the structure for the required crash energy management.
What does CEM stand for?
CEM stands for Crash Energy Management (railroad safety protocol)
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We have 337 other meanings of CEM in our Acronym Attic
- Continuous Emissions Monitoring (EPA)
- Contract Electronics Manufacturer
- Contract Energy Management
- Contract Equipment Manufacturer
- Conventional Electron Microscope
- Cooperative Environmental Management
- Cost Engineering Model
- Cost Estimating Manager
- Cost Estimating Methodology
- Country Economic Memorandum
- Credential Evaluator Module
- Cryoelectron Microscopy
- Cube Environment Mapping (computer graphics)
- Culture Environnement Médias (French: Media Culture Environment)
- Cumulative Effects Model (environmental assessment)
- Cumulus Ensemble Model
- Currencies and Emerging Markets (various companies)
- Customer Engagement Manager
- Customer Experience Management (Total Quality Management)
- Cutting Edge Media
Samples in periodicals archive:
Judges said the Mondeo's comprehensive and integrated safety package offered world class crash energy management in the main body structure.
According to Jim Fusco, chief engineer, Body Design/Safety, there was extensive computer-aided engineering deployed in developing the body structure (yes, it has the Honda Advance Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body for crash energy management and to assure that the SUV won't over-ride smaller vehicles in the event of a front-end collision).