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02-27-2004, 12:55 AM
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recent update to the Biomechanics Yellow Pages (BYP), a free,
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provided below.

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serf, inc.
Cantonment, FL, USA

Research company providing biomechanics engineering analysis with
computer animation, real test facilities for body movement with air
bag and seat belt applications. Head, body, spinal injury analysis,
foot injury from defective design and manufacture. Air bag
deployment loading and position demonstrations. Exemplar vehicle
teardown, demonstrations for courtroom presentation. Analysis for
falling body to floor, falling objects and head strikes. Crush
injury analysis for machinery related to OSHA and the workplace.

URL: http://DrSparks.cc
Contact: Jack Sparks PhD PE
Position: Engineer
Address: P.O. Box 59
3065 Hwy 29 South
Cantonment, Fl. 32533
Phone: 850 476 8203
E-mail: DrSparks@gulf.net

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