Feb 3, 2010 ... So how much does it take to crack a bone? ... give chest compressions and not
break any ribs, but if you apply the same amount of force quickly ...
The amount of pressure that it would take to break a bone depends on the bone.
Some bones are stronger ... How many pounds does it take to break bones?
If pressure is applied across the weakest point of a small bone, it takes about 25
pounds of pressure to cause a fracture. The force it takes to break a human ...
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Nov 12, 2014 ... Bones are awesome, so why do they break? And is it always a bad ... It's not like
it's breaking, it's just if I walk to much or do something to hurt it stings. ... Does
drinking milk make your bones stronger, or am I lucky? I've been ...
Aug 21, 2012 ... How Much Force Can Our Bones Handle Before They Break ... The ribs can take
a smaller amount of force because they are ... It does not mean that these
calculations are the least amount of force that your bones can handle.
Nov 30, 2010 ... "Your leg bones are the longest and strongest bones in your body. ... The force
needed to break a human femur is about 1700 PSI or over 1 million ... unit area
that is quoted so it depends on how much the force is spread out.
How much pressure does it take to crush a human skull. Answer ... it's like 2000
to break a femur, so probably in the 1000-1500 range?
Your thighbone (femur) is the longest and strongest bone in your body. Because
the femur is so strong, it usually takes a lot of force to break it, yet it gets ...
Jun 4, 2014 ... So onto the second question: how much force required to crush a human skull?
Human bone is incredibly sturdy. ... according to Mattei, it would be “impossible [
for a man] to break [a skull] with his hands even if 90 percent of ...
Your bones are tough stuff — but even tough stuff can break. Like a wooden
pencil, bones will bend under strain. But if the pressure is too much, or too