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Artificial femur section for impact tests, England, 1987-1992

Femur section from a legform impactor (TRL PT-L1) used to accurately simulate the leg of a pedestrian in impact tests with the bumper area of a car. Part of the first legform impactor developed by the Transport Research Laboratory, England c. 1987-1992.

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Glossary: artificial femur

A complete or partial replacement of the bone situated between the pelvis and knee. It is the largest and strongest bone in the body.

Glossary: health and safety

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