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Project no. 2 -- Operations at high temperatures. Report on sub-project no. 2-11, Influence of high temperatures upon the efficiency of personnel : sub-project no. 2-13, Effect of training upon the efficiency of performance at high temperatures : sub-project no. 2-17, Study of the physiologic effects of high temperatures : subject: the upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments

Alternate Title(s):
Report on sub-project no. 2-11, Influence of high temperatures upon the efficiency of personnel : sub-project no. 2-13, Effect of training upon the efficiency of performance at high temperatures : sub-project no. 2-17, Study of the physiologic effects of high temperatures : subject: the upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments
Upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments
Author(s):
Eichna, Ludwig W. (Ludwig Waldemar), 1908- author
Ashe, William F., author
Bean, William B. (William Bennett), 1909-1989, author
Shelley, Walter B. (Walter Brown), 1917-2009, author
Contributor(s):
Armored Medical Research Laboratory (U.S.), issuing body.
Publication:
Fort Knox, Kentucky : Armored Medical Research Laboratory, 2 October 1944
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Adaptation, Physiological
Hot Temperature
Acclimatization
Military Personnel
World War II
United States
Genre(s):
Statistics
Copyright:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain. (More information)
Extent:
4, 13 leaves, 5, 16 leaves of plates
Binding Note:
NLM copy, bound at the top-edge.
Illustrations:
Illustrations
Plates
NLM Unique ID:
101676778 (See catalog record)
Alternate Title(s):
Report on sub-project no. 2-11, Influence of high temperatures upon the efficiency of personnel : sub-project no. 2-13, Effect of training upon the efficiency of performance at high temperatures : sub-project no. 2-17, Study of the physiologic effects of high temperatures : subject: the upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments
Upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments
Author(s):
Eichna, Ludwig W. (Ludwig Waldemar), 1908- author
Ashe, William F., author
Bean, William B. (William Bennett), 1909-1989, author
Shelley, Walter B. (Walter Brown), 1917-2009, author
Contributor(s):
Armored Medical Research Laboratory (U.S.), issuing body.
Publication:
Fort Knox, Kentucky : Armored Medical Research Laboratory, 2 October 1944
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Adaptation, Physiological
Hot Temperature
Acclimatization
Military Personnel
World War II
United States
Genre(s):
Statistics
Copyright:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain. (More information)
Extent:
4, 13 leaves, 5, 16 leaves of plates
Binding Note:
NLM copy, bound at the top-edge.
Illustrations:
Illustrations
Plates
NLM Unique ID:
101676778 (See catalog record)