1970-02-01

An Engineering Approach to Trauma Indicating Organs 700407

Discussed is the desirability of developing simulated internal organs and vascular systems which will respond to impact dynamics similarly to humans. Materials currently available and the technical knowledge extant indicate that the fabrication of such body components is now feasible. The potential value of anthropomorphic dummies equipped with such devices as a research tool for the study of injury-producing impact dynamics is outlined.

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