Predicting sweat loss response to exercise, environment and clothing

@article{Shapiro1982PredictingSL,
  title={Predicting sweat loss response to exercise, environment and clothing},
  author={Yair Shapiro and Kent B. Pandolf and Ralph F. Goldman},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={48},
  pages={83-96}
}
SummaryMetabolic heat production (M), clothing heat transfer characteristics, and the environment dictate a required evaporative cooling (Ereq) from the body to maintain thermal balance. However, the maximal evaporative capacity (Emax) is dictated by vapor transfer properties of the clothing and environment. Relationships between metabolic load, environmental conditions, clothing and sweat loss were studied in 34 heat-acclimatized males categorized into four groups (eight, eight, eight, and ten… CONTINUE READING

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