Simulated bite marks [digital simulation]

@article{Gorder2004SimulatedBM,
  title={Simulated bite marks [digital simulation]},
  author={P. Gorder},
  journal={Computing in Science \& Engineering},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={4-6}
}
  • P. Gorder
  • Published 16 August 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Computing in Science & Engineering
Though real Sabertooth cats are long extinct, anatomist Frank Mendel and his team plan to build a scale model of the head and jaws of a 700-pound Smilodon fatalis to reproduce the predator's deadly bite. They want to measure the forces necessary for the teeth to penetrate the skin, muscle, and other tissues of a recently dead herbivore, and use the data in a new computer-aided design (CAD) program they're developing. The CAD program, the Vertebrate Analyzer (VA), could do for muscle and bone… 

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