Static Propensity of Various Air Force Garments.
Final rept. May-Dec 73,
AIR FORCE MATERIALS LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The purpose of the tests described in this report was to measure the static propensity of a series of Air Force hospital, flight and ground crew summer and winter garments fabricated of both currently available and experimental fabrics. The results are for assessing the hazards associated with the use of the various materials and materials combinations involved. The scope of the tests was limited to the measurement of static potential voltage after body movement, rubbing contact and separation of garments worn by test subjects. Tests were performed in an environmental chamber at 70F, 20-22 RH and 70F, 50-55 RH to demonstrate the role of humidity on static accumulation. All garments were new and tested in the as received condition. Modified author abstract
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