3D bloodstain pattern analysis: ballistic reconstruction of the trajectories of blood drops and determination of the centres of origin of the bloodstains.

@article{Buck20113DBP,
  title={3D bloodstain pattern analysis: ballistic reconstruction of the trajectories of blood drops and determination of the centres of origin of the bloodstains.},
  author={Ursula Buck and Beat P. Kneubuehl and Silvio Naether and Nicola Albertini and Lars Schmidt and Michael Thali},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2011},
  volume={206 1-3},
  pages={22-8}
}
For crime scene investigation in cases of homicide, the pattern of bloodstains at the incident site is of critical importance. The morphology of the bloodstain pattern serves to determine the approximate blood source locations, the minimum number of blows and the positioning of the victim. In the present work, the benefits of the three-dimensional bloodstain pattern analysis, including the ballistic approximation of the trajectories of the blood drops, will be demonstrated using two… CONTINUE READING

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