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  • muscles
  • Since we anticipate three groups of patients, separate one-way ANOVAs will be used to compare the groups 1) on their bite forces (Newtons), 2) RMS values of the accompanying EMG activity (uV), and 3) on their slopes of the median frequency of the different muscles over time. (nova.edu)
  • The researchers then took what they knew about crocodile jaw muscles and bite forces, and used that information to create detailed 3-D computer models that could reveal T. rex's chomping potential. (wuwm.com)
  • As s result, when bite force changed anteriorly, posteriorly and laterally, the activities of two muscles changed in reverse manners each other. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Namely it became apparent that these muscles showed reciprocal activation pattern in the changes of bite force direction. (nii.ac.jp)
  • parameters
  • In another aspect of the present invention a method of designing a downhole fixed bladed bit comprises the steps of modeling a fixed bladed bit by inputting blade and cutter parameters into a computer program, performing a force balance on the modeled fixed bladed bit, and modifying at least one blade parameter to adjust the force balance. (google.com)
  • The parameters for modeling a fixed bladed bit include cutter placement on a plurality of blades integrally formed in a bit body and a position for each blade. (google.com)
  • The assessment of patients was done at weekly intervals for 6 weeks using bite force recordings and other clinical parameters. (springer.com)
  • The aim was to analyse which parameters in a standard orthodontic material are most important for identifying factors for low bite force. (ku.dk)
  • muscular
  • Conclusion: The bite force of Hypodivergent jaw base individuals is highest followed by Normodivergent and least in Hyperdivergent individuals.The strong correlation between the muscular activity and the bite force is definitely a contributor to the anchorage value during treatment by fixed Orthodontics. (joralres.com)
  • Erickson
  • T. rex was basically eclipsing the highest forces known for any living animal today," says Erickson. (wuwm.com)
  • NELL GREENFIELDBOYCE, BYLINE: If you want to know the biting power of a T. rex Gregory Erickson says you should start by looking at crocodiles. (wuwm.com)
  • Dogs
  • Weintraub, A Pack of Wild Dogs: Chew v. Gates and Police Canine Excessive Force (2001) 34 Loy. (dogexpert.com)
  • 2016). The plaintiff sued the city on the bases that the police department's policy of utilizing dogs trained in the bite and hold technique was unreasonable and excessive and the cause of her injury. (dogexpert.com)
  • efficiency
  • Methods of designing fixed bladed bits for optimal cutter efficiency may include performing a force balance. (google.com)
  • One such method for designing a rotary drag bit for optimal cutter efficiency is disclosed in U.S. Pat. (google.com)
  • Maximum
  • Despite this, if the patient's maximum bite force is recorded in the planning stages, it's possible to control these forces by combining the right number and type of implants, the right positioning to minimise impact, and the right density of bone. (mimetikoss.com)
  • years
  • That's so weird though because I installed both copies at the exact same time a couple of years ago, so I wonder how one of them lost the 64 bit parts. (portableapps.com)
  • help
  • With these added measurements, we plan to compare EMG patterns, force production, and fatigability in patients clinically diagnosed with the different types of TMD to see if there is objective physiological evidence that can help in the differential diagnosis. (nova.edu)
  • Windows 7: Win 7 64-bit forces 32-bit install on new PC with 64-bit CPU - help! (sevenforums.com)
  • power
  • Florida's fearsome lord of the swamps, the American alligator, ranks sixth in the world in the power of its bite. (sun-sentinel.com)
  • excessive
  • Consider the patient who has a chronic popcorn habit - even though their bite force alone might not be perceived as excessive, when you combine this with their habit of continually crunching on any hard un-popped kernels, it might be sufficient to cause untold damage. (mimetikoss.com)
  • Again, they mightn't have an overly-excessive bite force, but add this to their likening for hard fingernails and it may be sufficient enough to eventually cause an implant to fail. (mimetikoss.com)
  • Specifically, Title 42 of the United States Code, Section 1983 makes it unlawful for the police to use unreasonable or excessive force in the apprehension and arrest of a suspect. (dogexpert.com)
  • There are many appellate rulings on the issue of excessive force by police K-9s under the Graham standard. (dogexpert.com)
  • It is outside the scope of this article to make a legal analysis of appellate rulings on excessive force claims involving canines against municipalities. (dogexpert.com)
  • In Smith v. City of Hemet and in Chew v. Gates the Ninth Circuit reversed the District Court's summary judgment on the basis that genuine issues of material fact raised triable issues for a jury to decide whether excessive force was delivered by the K-9. (dogexpert.com)
  • The court ruled that resisting arrest did not bar the appellant's claim of excessive force against the County. (dogexpert.com)
  • study
  • The Study of Craniomandibular Disorder Using MRI, Three-Dimensional Bite Force and EMG. (nii.ac.jp)
  • More from Warsaw: Anyway, Wroe and Christiansen's 2007 bite force study did (for some reason) not list sample sizes. (vimeoinfo.com)
  • T he bone-crunching bite of Tyrannosaurus Rex was like no other, according to a study released on Wednesday that solidifies the fabled carnivore's reputation as the most fearsome of dinosaurs. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • patients
  • This is backed up by the fact that studies in the past have indicated that most patients needing implant restorations were able to generate a bite force somewhere in the range of 50 - 900N. (mimetikoss.com)
  • cause
  • The spider's bite may sting, swell up or cause discomfort like a wasp sting, but has not been known to cause deaths. (theoaklandpress.com)
  • Other factors for example can work in tandem with bite force to cause overload to any implant supported structure. (mimetikoss.com)
  • time
  • Graham specified four principal factors in determining whether a particular kind of force was justified: the threat the suspect posed to the officer, the nature of the crime, whether the suspect was resisting arrest, and whether the officer could have used a lesser force to make the arrest given the totality of circumstances present at the time of the apprehension. (dogexpert.com)
  • muscle
  • Publications] Hattori,Y.: 'Threeーdimensional bite foree and associated masticatoory muscle activities. (nii.ac.jp)
  • system
  • Have flashed BIOS to latest version 902, but still same problem, BIOS looks fine, windows won't see it - only says 32-bit system when installed. (sevenforums.com)
  • hard
  • Have purchased a new Intel I7-2700 3.5 with asus p68z68 v. Installed win 7 64-bit on new hard disk and will only install 32-bit. (sevenforums.com)
  • type
  • Rotary drag bits are a type of fixed bladed drill bit that are typically used to shear rock with a continuous scraping motion. (google.com)
  • Your Disk might have been the GPT type which requires an EFI BIOS to boot (hence only the W7 32 bit version you had on it was originally bootable). (sevenforums.com)
  • For dentists looking to place any type of implant-based restoration, the initial force of a patient's natural bite can and does have a significant impact on implant success. (mimetikoss.com)
  • Search
  • In this incident, the plaintiff was bitten in her face by an off-lease police K-9, named Bak, deployed to search an office building at night because of a suspected burglary. (dogexpert.com)
  • allow
  • While different patterns may be related to the different types of TMD, our equipment does not allow us to standardize the bite force nor to know what the accompanying bite force may be. (nova.edu)
  • made
  • Once a force balance has been performed, modifications may be made to the locations and orientations of the cutters to adjust the forces acting on the bit. (google.com)
  • hold
  • e) failing to employ training techniques that would reduce the risk of harm caused by their K-9s, or (f) indifference to the dangers of the bite and hold technique . (dogexpert.com)
  • In Lowry vs. the City of San Diego , the plaintiff challenged the constitutionality of the bite and hold technique (Lowry v. City of San Diego, 818 F.3d 840, 856 (9th Cir. (dogexpert.com)