Forensic Biomechanics and Human Injury: Criminal and Civil Applications - An Engineering Approach

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Forensic Biomechanics and Human Injury: Criminal and Civil Applications - An Engineering Approach
Forensic Biomechanics and Human Injury: Criminal and Civil Applications - An Engineering Approach by Harold Franck and Darren Franck
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1482258838 | 280 pages | PDF | 11 MB


Forensic Biomechanics and Human Injury: Criminal and Civil Applications – An Engineering Approach provides a concise, comprehensive overview of human anatomy and the biomechanical factors involved in human injury. It describes the methodologies used to compute the various forces, stresses, and energies required to injure the human body.

The book covers the theoretical mathematics behind understanding how injuries occur, classifying certain types of injuries, age and biomechanical factors, impact loading, injury investigation, and the importance of expert witnesses and testimony in civil and criminal cases. It contains a significant number of sizes of all the pertinent materials in the human body, classified by age, sex, and in some instances by race, as well as stress–strain curves and tables of the strengths of these materials.

Forensic Biomechanics and Human Injury provides a valuable source of information with tools to help the professional determine the nature of injuries, understand the implications of accidents, and the calculations that go into determining such things for both civil and criminal investigations.

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