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SENSITIVITY STUDY OF FIALA-BASED HUMAN THERMOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL

Originální název

SENSITIVITY STUDY OF FIALA-BASED HUMAN THERMOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL

Anglický název

SENSITIVITY STUDY OF FIALA-BASED HUMAN THERMOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The use of protective clothing under extreme conditions leads to heat stress with undesired consequences on human physiology. For this purpose, the thermal indices and the thermophysiological models have been developed, like for example Fiala-based thermophysiological model, called FMTK. In terms of anthropometry and physiology, the model was originally developed for an average man, which can lead to problems with the prediction of heat stress for people who do not meet this definition. This article deals with the sensitivity study of FMTK model to weight, body fat content, and skin area. Results are compared with predicted values for averaged man and the relevance study of individualization for different ambient temperatures is presented.

Anglický abstrakt

The use of protective clothing under extreme conditions leads to heat stress with undesired consequences on human physiology. For this purpose, the thermal indices and the thermophysiological models have been developed, like for example Fiala-based thermophysiological model, called FMTK. In terms of anthropometry and physiology, the model was originally developed for an average man, which can lead to problems with the prediction of heat stress for people who do not meet this definition. This article deals with the sensitivity study of FMTK model to weight, body fat content, and skin area. Results are compared with predicted values for averaged man and the relevance study of individualization for different ambient temperatures is presented.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT152515,
  author="Barbora {Kopečková} and Jan {Pokorný} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="SENSITIVITY STUDY OF FIALA-BASED HUMAN THERMOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL",
  annote="The use of protective clothing under extreme conditions leads to heat stress with undesired consequences on human physiology. For this purpose, the thermal indices and the thermophysiological models have been developed, like for example Fiala-based thermophysiological model, called FMTK. In terms of anthropometry and physiology, the model was originally developed for an average man, which can lead to problems with the prediction of heat stress for people who do not meet this definition. This article deals with the sensitivity study of FMTK model to weight, body fat content, and skin area. Results are compared with predicted values for averaged man and the relevance study of individualization for different ambient temperatures is presented.",
  booktitle="HAZMAT PROTECT 2018, 3. ročník odborné konference o ochraně proti CBRN látkám
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  chapter="152515",
  edition="SÚJCHBO, v. v. i., Kamenná, Česká republika",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2018",
  month="november",
  pages="1--10",
  type="conference paper"
}