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Effect of Heat on Wounded Warriors in Ground Combat Vehicles: Insights from the Army Medical Community and the Simulation of a Novel Method for Soldier Thermal Control
ARMY TANK AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER WARREN MI
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Severe thermal conditions can exist within ground combat vehicles although these vehicles are generally equipped with heating, ventilation, and cooling HVAC systems, the HVAC systems often lack sufficient cooling capacity under conditions of thermally severe weather, open-hatch operations, and significant amounts of on-board electronics.
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