Summaries of Lectures given during Aviation Medicine Course

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Collection of papers relating to the Research and Development of a Full Pressure Suit
Wright, Ian B.

A volume of notes taken by Ian B. Wright during an Aviation Medicine Course divided into the following topics: American Oxygen Equipment, Flying Clothing, The Physiological Limitations Governing Oxygen Equipment Design, The Medical Aspects of Parachuting, Survival on Land, Environmental Requirements in Pressurised Aircraft, Physiological Effects of Accelerations of Short Duration, Physiological Problems of Air and Structure Borne Vibrations on Air and Ground Crews, The Physiological Effects of Cold, Water Deprivation during Sea Survival, Oxygen Equipment, Medical Aspects of Navigation, Airsickness, Decompression Sickness, Emergency Escape in Flight, Day Vision, Clo Value: Its Determination and Application to Problems of Clothing Design, Principles of Clothing in Warm Environments, Medical Fitness for Air Travel, Physical Variables in the Atmosphere, Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Fatigue, Accelerations of Long Duration, High Speed Flight, Noxious Substances, and Casualty Air Evacuation.


Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics, Airline Industry
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