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PHYSIO-MECHANICAL EFFECTS OF ACCELERATIONS ON HUMAN BEINGS WORKING IN A ROTATING ENVIRONMENT.
BROWN ENGINEERING CO INC HUNTSVILLE ALA
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The mechanical forces acting upon personnel and equipment in a rotating environment are described. These forces are used to explain the observed physiological and psychological reactions of personnel. Procedures and practices are recommended to hold adverse reactions to an acceptable minimum. Author
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