Bio-thermal responses to varied work programs in men kept thermally neutral by water cooled clothing. NASA CR-739.

@article{Webb1966BiothermalRT,
  title={Bio-thermal responses to varied work programs in men kept thermally neutral by water cooled clothing. NASA CR-739.},
  author={P. Webb and J A Annis},
  journal={NASA contractor report. NASA CR. United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration},
  year={1966},
  pages={1-65}
}
  • P. Webb, J A Annis
  • Published 1966 in
    NASA contractor report. NASA CR. United States…
During periods of heavy work, such as those expected in extravehicular activity, metabolic heat can be removed at nearly any reasonable rate with water cooled clothing. We have studied the cooling needed for various work levels up to 15 kcal/min (3600 Btu/hr), using five different programs of activity over 3 to 6-hour periods. With thermally isolated subjects, and using a fixed water flow rate of 1.5 Ipm (3.3 lbs/min), we adjusted water inlet temperatures so that the men neither sweated nor… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 17 references

Bioastronautics Data Book. NASA SP-3006

  • WEBB, P. editor
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration,
  • 1964
Highly Influential
8 Excerpts

Bioenergetics of space suits for lunar exploration

  • L. J. SANTAMARIA
  • 1966

Bioenergetics of space suits for lunar exploration. NASA SP-84

  • E. M. RCTH
  • National Aeronautics and Space A.dministration,
  • 1966

Physiological effects of watercooling and oxygen ventilation in different space flight conditions

  • L. J. SANTAMARIA, M. B. BURGESS, D. D. DERY.
  • Abstract ) Aerospace Med .
  • 1966

Efficacy of air cooling systems in pressure suits in hot environments

  • J. M. WALIGORA
  • Preprints , 36 th Annual Scientific Meeting , A…
  • 1965

Full pressure suit heat balance studies

  • E. C. WORTZ
  • Report No. IX-140,
  • 1965
1 Excerpt

Human sweat response to activity and environment in the compensable zone of thermal stress : a systematic study

  • W. V. BLOCKLEY
  • NASA CR - 65260 , National Aeronautics and Space…
  • 1965
1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…