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- v. 1-5, 1953-60.Conrad Berens and L. Benjamin Sheppard.
- 2013 WHOIOMC, Inter-Organization Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals.Also available: Print – 2013
- 1975. Google BooksFulltext (v. 2 pt. 1 1975) Google BooksFulltext (v. 2 pt. 2 1975) Google BooksFulltext (v. 3 1975) Google Booksgeneral editors, Melvin Calvin and Oleg G. Gazenko.Also available: Print – 1975.
- 2008editors, Jeffrey R. Davis ... [et al.].History -- The beginnings: past and present / J. Robert Dille and Stanley R. Mohler -- Physiology and environment -- Respiratory physiology and protection against hypoxia / Jeb S. Pickard and David P. Gradwell -- Physiology of decompressive stress / Jan Stepanek and James T. Webb -- Human response to acceleration / Robert D. Banks ... [et al.] -- Vibration and acoustics / Suzanne D. Smith, Jerry R. Goodman, and Ferdinand W. Grosveld -- Spatial orientation in flight / A. J. Parmet and W. R. Ercoline -- Thermal stress / Robert W. Kenefick ... [et al.] -- Cosmic radiation / Michael Bagshaw and Francis A. Cucinotta -- Aerospace toxicology and microbiology / John T. James, A. J. Parmet, and Duane L. Pierson -- Space environments / James Perry Locke -- Clinical -- Pilot health and aeromedical certification / Robert R. Orford and Warren S. Silberman -- Respiratory diseases: aeromedical implications / Jeb S. Pickard and Gary W. Gray -- Clinical aerospace cardiovascular medicine / James R. Strader, Jr., Gary W. Gray, and William B. Kruyer -- Ophthalmology in aerospace medicine / Thomas J. Tredici and Douglas J. Ivan -- Otolaryngology in aerospace medicine / James R. Phelan -- Aerospace neurology / John D. Hastings -- Aerospace psychiatry / David R. Jones -- Endocrine system and nephrology / Paula A. Corrigan and Curtiss B. Cook -- Infectious diseases / Glenn W. Mitchell and Gregory J. Martin -- Dental considerations in aerospace medicine / William M. Morlang, II -- Operations -- Occupational and environmental medical support to the aviation industry / Roy L. Dehart and Steven M. Hetrick -- Women's health issues in aerospace medicine / Monica B. Gorbandt and Richard A. Knittig -- An introduction to human factors in aerospace / Thomas Rathjen ... [et al.] -- Space operations / Richard T. Jennings, Charles F. Sawin, and Michael R. Barratt -- Aircraft accidents: investigation and prevention / Stephen J. H. Véronneau and Eduard M. Ricaurte -- Aviation medicine in unique environments / Thomas F. Clarke ... [et al.] -- Aerospace medicine issues in unique aircraft types / Richard S. Williams ... [et al.] -- The practice of international aerospace medicine / Claude Thibeault -- The future -- Aviation, government space, biomedical innovations, and education / Jeffrey R. Davis -- Commercial human space flight / Melchor J. Antuñano ... [et al.].
- 2011Daniel Chávez-Clemente.The interest in using legged robots for a variety of terrestrial and space applications has grown steadily since the 1960s. At the present time, a large fraction of these robots relies on electric motors at the joints to achieve mobility. The load distributions inherent to walking, coupled with design constraints, can cause the motors to operate near their maximum torque capabilities or even reach saturation. This is especially true in applications like space exploration, where critical mass and power constraints limit the size of the actuators. Consequently, these robots can benefit greatly from motion optimization algorithms that guarantee successful walking with maximum margin to saturation. Previous gait optimization techniques have emphasized minimization of power requirements, but have not addressed the problem of saturation directly. This dissertation describes gait optimization techniques specifically designed to enable operation as far as possible from saturation during walking. The benefits include increasing the payload mass, preserving actuation capabilities to react to unforeseen events, preventing damage to hardware due to excessive loading, and reducing the size of the motors. The techniques developed in this work follow the approach of optimizing a reference gait one move at a time. As a result, they are applicable to a large variety of purpose-specific gaits, as well as to the more general problem of single pose optimization for multi-limbed walking and climbing robots. The first part of this work explores a zero-interaction technique that was formulated to increase the margin to saturation through optimal displacements of the robot's body in 3D space. Zero-interaction occurs when the robot applies forces only to sustain its weight, without squeezing the ground. The optimization presented here produces a swaying motion of the body while preserving the original footfall locations. Optimal displacements are found by solving a nonlinear optimization problem using sequential quadratic programming (SQP). Improvements of over 20% in the margin to saturation throughout the gait were achieved with this approach in simulation and experiments. The zero-interaction technique is the safest in the absence of precise knowledge of the contact mechanical properties and friction coefficients. The second part of the dissertation presents a technique that uses the null space of contact forces to achieve greater saturation margins. Interaction forces can significantly contribute to saturation prevention by redirecting the net contact force relative to critical joints. A method to obtain the optimal distribution of forces for a given pose via linear programming (LP) is presented. This can be applied directly to the reference gait, or combined with swaying motion. Improvements of up to 60% were observed in simulation by combining the null space with sway. The zero-interaction technique was implemented and validated on the All Terrain Hex-Limbed Extra-Terrestrial Explorer (ATHLETE), a hexapod robot developed by NASA for the transport of heavy cargo on the surface of the moon. Experiments with ATHLETE were conducted at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, confirming the benefits predicted in simulation. The results of these experiments are also presented and discussed in this dissertation.
- 2009Contents: Module 1: Water -- Module 2: Cleaning and Disinfection of Facilities
- 2008 CRCnetBASEedited by David C. Foyle, Becky L. Hooey.The NASA Human Performance Modeling (HPM) project: goals, approach, and overview / David C. Foyle and Becky L. Hooey -- Using human performance modeling in aviation / David C. Foyle and Becky L. Hooey -- Aviation safety studies: taxi navigation errors and synthetic vision system operations / Becky L. Hooey and David C. Foyle -- Overview of human performance modeling tools / Kenneth Leiden ... [et al.] -- An ACT-R approach to closing the loop on computational cognitive modeling: describing the dynamics of interactive decision making and attention allocation / Michael D. Byrne, Alex Kirlik, and Michael D. Fleetwood -- Modeling pilot performance with an integrated task network and cognitive architecture approach / Christian Lebiere ...[et al.] -- AIR MIDAS: a closed-loop model framework / Kevin M. Corker ... [et al.] -- D-OMAR: an architecture for modeling multi-task behaviors / Stephen E. Deutsch and Richard W. Pew -- Attention-situation awareness (A-SA) model of pilot error / Christopher D. Wickens ... [et al.] -- A cross-model comparison / Kenneth Leiden and Brad Best -- Human performance modeling: "a virtual roundtable discussion" / David C. Foyle ... [et al.] -- Advancing the state-of-the-art of human performance models to improve aviation safety / Becky L. Hooey and David C. Foyle.
- v. 1, 1941.Pescador del Hoyo, Luis.1. El vuelo de alta cota. Bibliografia (p. -190).
- 2015 SpringerErik Seedhouse.1. Introduction -- 2. Long Duration Flight Data -- 3. Earthbound and Microgravity Pathophysiology of Increased Intracranial Pressure -- 4. Papilledema and Microgravity-Induced Fluid Shift -- 5. The Role of Carbon Dioxide and Exercise -- 6. Diet and Personalized Medicine -- 7. Future Research -- Glossary -- Index.
- 2009 ScienceDirectHanns-Christian Gunga.
- 2008 Springeredited by Michael Barratt, Sam Pool.
- 2016 SpringerArnauld E. Nicogossian, Richard S. Williams, Carolyn L. Huntoon, Charles R. Doarn, James D. Polk, Victor S. Schneider, editors.PART I. Introduction to space medicine -- 1. Evolution of human capabilities and space medicine -- 2. The environment of space exploration -- 3. Living and working in space: an overview of physiological adaptation, performance, and health risks -- PART II. Spacecraft Environments -- 4. Toxicology -- 5. Microbiology -- 6. Acoustics and audition -- 7. Radiation health and protection -- PART III. Space Flight and Crew Health: Adaptation, Pathophysiology, Rehabilitation, and Countermeasures -- 8. Cardiopulmonary system: aeromedical considerations -- 9. Neurology -- 10. Regulatory physiology -- 11. Metabolism and nutrition -- 12. Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics -- 13. Musculoskeletal adaptation to space flight -- 14. Behavioral health and performance -- PART IV. Occupational Health and Safety Issues in Space Flight -- 15. Prinicples of crew health monitoring and care -- 16. International dimension of space medicine -- PART V. Ground-based and academic training programs -- 17. Simulations and analogs (test-beds) -- 18. Training in space medicine -- PART VI. Future Perspectives -- 19. Commercial space tourism and space as a biomedical laboratory.
- 2008 Springerby Nick Kanas, Dietrich Manzey.
- 2012 SpringerAlexander Choukèr, editor.This book adopts an interdisciplinary approach in seeking to identify the impact of living conditions in space on the adaptation of the immune system.
- 2016 SpringerH.G. Stratmann.
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