Liquid Cooled Garments, Volume 2509
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1975 - Clothing and dress - 51 pages
Liquid cooled garments employed in several applications in which severe heat is encountered are discussed. In particular, the use of the garments to replace air line cooling units in a variety of industrial processing situations is discussed. (Author) (NTRL site)
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