Zhaosheng Ren

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10 male subjects participated in the environmental simulation study to evaluate the operation ergonomics at high-temperature in the cockpit. Grip strength, perception, dexterity, reaction and intelligence were measured respectively during the tests at 40 degrees C and 45 degrees C, simulating the high-temperatures in a simulation cockpit chamber. Then the(More)
BACKGROUND High-temperatures in the cockpit environment can adversely influence pilot behavior and performance. OBJECTIVE To investigate the impact of high thermal environments on Chinese pilot performance in a simulated cockpit environment. METHODS Ten subjects volunteered to participate in the tests under 40°C and 45°C high-temperature simulations in(More)
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