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Neo Lih Duen
07-01-2002, 10:45 AM
Dear List members,

My laboratory is looking into research on human tolerance to rapidly applied
impact and accelerative events like car roll-overs and blast-induced
vehicular excitation. In particular, we are developing computer models of
the gross human body that are biofidelic enough for reliable injury analysis
and prediction. Critical to the construction of such models are data from
experiments conducted on human volunteers such as drop tests. Such data
should preferably be replete with kinematic response of various parts of the
human body.

Does anyone possess and/or is in knowledge of the whereabouts of such human
volunteer test data?

Thank you in advance.

Kok-Yong SENG
Defence Medical Research Institute
Singapore

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