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Most vehicle structures have been designed to withstand crash impact during an accident. The front area of the vehicle will crumple to absorb crash energy while the passenger compartment remains intact to protect the occupant inside. In addition, restraint system inclusive of airbag and seatbelts has been integrated in vehicles to further enhance the occupant's protection. However, in certain cases, the airbag is removed due to cost saving by car manufacturers. Although the frontal airbags havedoi:10.56381/jsaem.v1i1.8 fatcat:n4ofv2336nepjkcn2gkt74r2au