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Relevance of individual characteristics for human heat stress response is dependent on exercise intensity and climate type
It is demonstrated that effects of individual characteristics on human responses to heat stress cannot be interpreted without taking into consideration both the heat transfer properties of the environment and the metabolic heat production resulting from the exercise type and intensity chosen.
Frostbite in ski boots for marines
Previous research have showed that cold injuries of feet occur more often than cold injuries of hands. Recently, an unexpectedly large number of cold injuries were observed during military training
Using scoring methods to assess the performance of CBRN personal protective systems in different scenarios.
The past decades show an increasing variety in the design and application of personal protective equipment, PPE. Even within the PPE aimed at CBRN protection the future user can choose from a