A Study of Passenger Workload as Related to Protective Breathing Requirements.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF AVIATION MEDICINE
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This study was undertaken to evaluate workloads, oxygen consumption, carbon dioxide production and respiratory exchange rates for passengers during an emergency aircraft evacuation. This was accomplished in an effort to formulate possible qualification standards for a passenger protective breathing device intended to protect from smoke and fumes. Keywords Aircraft safety.
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Life Support Systems