How much force is required to crush a human skull?
36 pounds per square inch
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Answer . Force is measured in newtons, speed would be mph. You would have to know the permability of skin, the force needed to break the surface, and then you could find how fast a piece of string would need to move. I don't feel like finding that data, but if you find it I can tell you.
Weight: . Male: Heavier. Female: Lighter. Size: . Male: In males the. skull size is larger than that in females.. Females: Smaller compared to that in males.. The bony mass or the thicknes of the bone :. Males: Thicker. Females: Thinner. Forehead: . Males: In males the forehead is slightl…y sloping or receding.. Females: The forehead is vertical.. Vault of the . skull:. Males: The vault of the. skull is more rounded.. Females: The vault is flattened than that in females.. Contour of the face :. Males: The overall length of the skul is longer and the chin is bigger and projects more forwards, the. skull is rugged due to its muscular makeup, and the zygomatic bones are also more massive.. Females: The. skull is Rounded, with the facial bones being more smoother, with both the jaws mandible and the maxilla being smaller.. Supraorbital margin: . Males: More rounded. Females: Sharp.. Tympanic plate: . Males: Larger and the margins are rounded.. Females: Smaller and the margins are less rounded. ( Full Answer )
1. Protect brain 2. House Eyes, Ears, Mouth, Nose (Senses) 3. Communication (Oral opening's, base for facial muscles) 4. Food Intake (Oral Opening)
The human skull is a quarter of an inch thick. It also depends onwhether it is a female or male skull, and what age that person is.A man's skull is actually thicker then a female skull. So it istrue, men do have thick skulls!
There is no life span on a human skull. You can only brake it if you fall really hard but then you would most likely die and you would be parilized if you did not die.
"I assume you're talking about an adult skull , in which case it is 21-22 cm. long (from forehead to occiput) and 17-18 cm wide. Average circumference is 54-57 cms." answer taken from http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/32596
I was thinking about a standard 12oz aluminum beverage can.. Dimensions in inches: Outer diameter = 2.6, Inner diameter=2.53, thickness=0.035, height of can=4.8. I don't think Euler's buckling formula is valid here, because the slenderness ratio of the can is not large enough.. I did some experim…ents, by placing can on bathroom scale and slowly applying force with my foot. Most cans crush when the scale reaches 100 to 120 lbs, but I've had some as high as 180, and as low as 80.. Does this sound reasonable? ( Full Answer )
The amount of force any human is able to exert is usually (but notalways) equal to their weight. This means that a man of 80 kg isable to exert 800 N of force.
Depends on the weight, build, and amount of muscle a person has. For example, Brock Lesner can exert 3,000 pounds of pressure just from grounding pounding person while he's mounted them.
The quick answer is: we don't know, because we have not tried it, yet. But Probably, spending too much time at two or three thousand atmospheres would do you some serious harm. Six thousand atmospheres would probably kill one rather fast. But in any case death would only be caused by mechanical chem…ical-denaturation of some of your more fragile proteins. So, you would feel real sick and then die, but you would not perceive any sense of a crushing pressure. This is because typical earthly pressures on solids and liquids cause little or no measurable compression -- they do not appreciably change their density, unlike with gases. The current record for human tolerance is 2300 feet of simulated sea water (68 atmospheres) by persons in a hyperbolic chamber. See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturation_diving High Pressure Processing (HPP) is a method of food processing where food is subjected to elevated pressures (up to 87,000 pounds per square inch or approximately 6,000 atmospheres or 39 miles of water). Pressure inactivates most vegetative bacteria at pressures above 60,000 pounds per square inch or 4,083 atmospheres - or 26 miles of water. The deepest slot in the deepest trench of the ocean is less than seven miles deep. That's 36,200 feet, compared to the 2,300 foot current record. It's no where near the 26 miles needed to kill most bacteria, but could it kill people? Maybe. So, in the movie "The Abyss" they did a pretty good job with the science of deep diving. ( Full Answer )
No, you do not have to use as much force if you accelerate the ball over a longer distance. This means you are slowing it at a lower rate, but take long enough for the slowing to make a difference.
Aside from the general shape, the main difference between theskulls of humans and pigs is the presence of premaxilla in the pigskull. This structure is found at the tip of the upper jaw, andacts as a separate bone for the snout.
A force just barely greater than your own weight. (For example, every time you take a step the foot on the ground is exerting a force which is exceeding the pull of gravity.)
It differs slightly from person to person, but the average adult head weighs 10 lbs.
"To dislocate a shoulder you need alot and i mean alot of force" Actually no. The amount of force required to dislocate a shoulder depends on the position the shoulder is and the direction force is applied. Ex: An arm stretched straight forward(90 degrees, straight) is the most difficult to disloc…ate if the force is applied to the front of the shoulder. If I remember correctly it takes a force of 84ish N(18.89 pounds of force) to the middle deltoid to dislocate a shoulder in that position(an average man can punch at between 60-90 foot lbs I think, I read it somewhere and can't find it again) Again it all depends on the position of the shoulder and the position of the force applied to the shoulder. ( Full Answer )
The human skull and sheep skull are quite a bit different. Thehuman skull is more round than the sheep skull.
The human male testicles are made up of super strong tissues. So strong that it could take up to 2.5 tons of pressure to crush/pop them. That is not however the same for cutting them open, that just takes a sharp object like for example a knife ;].
Cranium - The bony part of the skull Dura Mater - a tough, fibrous layer Arachnoid - a thin membrane Subarachnoid space - filled with CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) and contains fibers that connect the arachnoid to the pia mater Pia Mater - a thin membrane that follows the contours of the brain
I believe the average human can withstand 8 g forces before blacking out, and i don't think people would want to go much beyond that. is that positive or negative? ^I'm not the same person as above, but I'd like to say that people have withstood over 150g's over a couple of seconds however, any… longer and that persons head would have blown up. ( Full Answer )
Parts of the Skull . Cranium . Eye socket . Jawline . I'm not sure if this is correct but it may help ;)
Depends where the impact is. The temporal plates are quite porous and easily broken, the parietal plates are stronger, and the frontal and occipital plates are the strongest of all. So, the answer can be almost anything, from a moderate tap to a hammer blow. There are a few different kinds of frac…tures, too, form slight cracks to holes smashed right through. ( Full Answer )
Basically get clay and mould it into a shape of a skull. First you will need clay. If you don't already have some, you can Google recipes for homemade clay that are usually very inexpensive and easy to make. Now, you'll need images of a skull you would like to sculpt. It's best to get images from a…ll angles, for example: Face, left side, right side, top, bottom, and back. It gives you the full effect of the image. Of course you can always wing it. With that URL above, it also gives you tips on a few different ways that you can let your piece dry. Google is an excellent place to find answers on line about questions like these. Also, you can go to your local high school and ask the art teacher for help (even if you're not a student), just check in at the office first to make sure its okay. ( Full Answer )
Typically it takes between 100 and 170 pounds to crush an empty soda can. It varies depending on the can construction thickness and individual can flaws. A full soda can can support vastly more weight because of the support given by the incompressible liquid inside. It could possibly support upward…s of 200+ pounds of force. ( Full Answer )
1. The skull supports the structures of the face. 2. The skull protects the brain against injury. 3.
Depends whether it is sustained force or not.. Note1: In this answer 'g' is used to refer to g-force not grams . Note2: The g-force of an object is its equal to its acceleration relative to free-fall. This means that an object on earth that is not falling or rising (relative to gravity) is exper…iencing 1g (0g being weightless). This in turn also means that 1g is equal to your weight etc . Human tolerances depend on the magnitude of the g-force, the length of time it is applied, the direction it acts, the location of application, and the posture of the body. The human body is flexible and deformable, particularly the softer tissues. A hard slap on the face may briefly impose hundreds of g locally but not produce any real damage; a constant 16 g for a minute, however, may be deadly. Vertical axis g-force . Aircraft, in particular, exert g-force along the axis aligned with the spine. This causes significant variation in blood pressure along the length of the subject's body, which limits the maximum g-forces that can be tolerated. . In aircraft, g-forces are often towards the feet, which forces blood away from the head; this causes problems with the eyes and brain in particular. As g-forces increase a Brownout can occur, where the vision loses hue. If g-force is increased further tunnel vision will appear, and then at still higher g, loss of vision, while consciousness is maintained. This is termed "blacking out". Beyond this point loss of consciousness will occur, sometimes known as " G-LOC " ("loc" stands for "loss of consciousness"). Beyond G-LOC, if g-forces are not quickly reduced, death can occur. . While tolerance varies, with g-forces towards the feet, a typical person can handle about 5 g (49m/sÂ²) before g-loc, but through the combination of special g-suits and efforts to strain muscles-both of which act to force blood back into the brain-modern pilots can typically handle 9 g (88 m/sÂ²) sustained (for a period of time) or more. . Resistance to "negative" or upward g's, which drive blood to the head, is much lower. This limit is typically in the â2 to â3 g (â20 m/sÂ² to â30 m/sÂ²) range. The subject's vision turns red, referred to as a red out. This is probably because capillaries in the eyes swell or burst under the increased blood pressure. Horizontal axis g-force . The human body is better at surviving g-forces that are perpendicular to the spine. In general when the acceleration is forwards, so that the g-force pushes the body backwards (colloquially known as "eyeballs in" ) a much higher tolerance is shown than when the acceleration is backwards, and the g-force is pushing the body forwards ("eyeballs out") since blood vessels in the retina appear more sensitive in the latter direction. . Early experiments showed that untrained humans were able to tolerate 17 g eyeballs-in (compared to 12 g eyeballs-out) for several minutes without loss of consciousness or apparent long-term harm . . ( Full Answer )
you cut off the top and put a wooden cup coved in plasict and ta-da
Any force at all will cause an object at rest in water to begin to move, and to steadily pick up speed. It just won't accelerate as fast in water as it would if it were in air or vaccuum.
A coconut can be pretty tough to crack open. It takes about 1,400pounds per square inch to break one open.
To refer to the all of the bones in the head there is no other name for the human skull, but the skull is made up of the cranium (which protects the brain) and the facial bones (which holds the eyes in place and when attached to muscles allow movement in the face)
What are the dimensions of the wheels? (required to convert rpm to a speed).. What gradient is the wheelchair being pushed on? Uphill/downhill, what angle?
Diamonds are not made from coal. Diamonds are formed deep within the earth's mantle under enormous pressure and extreme heat, from carbon.
The infant skull thickness varies from 1 to 2 mm while that of the adult varies from 5 to 8 mm
The skull is found under the skin of your head. It encloses your brain so it is not damaged by the normal wear and tear of our daily lives.
\nthe human skull is divided into two, the CRANIAL BONES AND THE FACIAL BONES\n\n8 CRANIAL BONES\nfrontal\noccipital\nethmoid\nsphenoid\n2 parietal\n2 temporal\n\n14 FACIAL BONES\npaired : \nmaxillae\nzygomatics\npalatines\nnasal\nlacrimal\ninferior nasal conchae\n\nunpaired:\nvomer\nmandible
the force depends on the organ, but most people can survive 8 g's for extended periods of time. some fighter pilots can survive up to 15 g's for a thousandth of a second.
A dense heavy bone would not float and a skull without any internalcontents through decomposition or insect infestation would not holdwater or a probable air pocket and so would sink, light porous bonemight float especially in sea water. If a skull had previously beenburied and there had been a grad…ual filling of the cranial cavitywith soil so that an air pocket was formed within the area abovethe ear holes and nasal hole, a skull might float, at least untilthe soil dissolved. ( Full Answer )
About the same amount of force it takes to hit a baseball with a baseball bat.
Depending on the strength of the skull itself, and the density of the bone itself. If you're looking for something that is blunt force, it would require a well tuned striking motion to actually make a hole. However if you are looking for something like a drill, just the same pressure you use to brus…h your teeth, the machine will do the rest. Sharp objects would require about the same pressure as a punch however. You need to be careful for damaging the brain too much however, the pressure release to the brain itself wont truly do long term damage, but if you hit the brain itself, that's where the damage comes in. Not sure what you're looking to gain from this knowledge, but there it is. ( Full Answer )
from1-7: your skull's back grow from 7-15: your skull has a little change from 15-22: your skull's font grow
no, without a skull, the brain would not be protected and your skull holds up the head/brain. if you didn't have a skull, then if someone/something hits you in the head, it would most likely "pop" your brain and kill you. Transplant would not be possible because they would have to remove your whole …face and head which would probably kill you. Yet I'm nott an expert at this, this answer makes the most sense. Thank You! ( Full Answer )
Depends On The Weight And Height Of The Person That's Trying To Strangle The Other Person
Based on the results of a study published in the Journal ofNeurosurgery: Pediatrics our skulls need 520 pounds of force onaverage to be crushed. The average adult male has 200 pounds ofpotential force. Therefore, you would have to be one super strongbeast of a man to be able to crush someone's sku…ll with your barehands. ( Full Answer )
If the human body did not have a skull, the brain would be at much more risk for injury. The skull protects the brain from being injured and perhaps permanently damaged.
So nerves and blood vessels can get out. Otherwise, it'd be like having a second floor on your house with no windows, doors, or stairs.
depends on its mass, say it's 1 kg, then any force greater than 1kg will produce an acceleration, and since gravity diminishes as you move up then the acceleration will increase. example: (assume acceleration due to to gravity = 10 (m/s)/s ) a 1 kg mass sits on the ground , the earth exerts a fo…rce of 10 newtons (f = m*a) say you apply a force under it of 20 newtons, the resultant is +10 newtons for acceleration , which would give it an acceleration of 10 (m/s)/s , however , when you get to say 2 earth radius away , the gravitational effect is reduced to 2.5(m/s)/s (2.5 newtons) and with the same applied force (20 newtons) the resultant is +17.5 newtons, giving an acceleration at that point of 17.5(m/s)/s Excellent, both of you! There's just one more thing though ... If you could, you might clean it up just a bit to remove the messy reference to "1 kg" as a "force". ( Full Answer )
Any force greater than the weight of the object you're lifting will eventually take it as far away from Earth as you want it to be. But the force of attraction between the Earth and the object is never zero, no matter how far away it goes.
This is a completely unanswerable question, as it depends on several factors: the composition of the steel in question (there are a great many different alloys that go under the colloquial name "steel"), the type of force being applied (tension, compression, etc.), the design geometries of the objec…t in question, and the environmental factors around the steel (primarily, but not exclusively, the temperature) ( Full Answer )
The human skull protects the brain which is the function center of our entire body. Without our skull our brains would be too vulnerable and our brains are responsible for even our most thoughtless survival habits such as breathing.
The amount of force needed is dependent on a few variables. The density of the steel door, is the door hallow, and the muscle strength of the person kicking. To accurately assess more information is required.
22 bones make up the human skull, though they are connected by sutures, which keep the bones in place. They are why the skull may seem to be made up of fewer bones than it truly is.