Spinal Injuries Caused By The Acceleration Of Ejection ME Lewis group

@inproceedings{2005SpinalIC,
  title={Spinal Injuries Caused By The Acceleration Of Ejection ME Lewis group},
  author={},
  year={2005}
}
  • Published 2005
The speed and altititude at which modern military aircraft operate are such that escape can only be achieved by some means of forcibly propelling the aircrew clear of the aircraft. The most common method of doing this is by use of an ejection seat.The use of such seats, whilst generally life saving, exposes aircrew to forces that may be at the limits of human tolerance. Each phase of the ejection sequence is associated with characteristic injury patterns and of particular concern is the… CONTINUE READING