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Biomedical Research Studies in Acceleration, Impact, Weightlessness, Vibration, and Emergency Escape and Restraint Systems: A Comprehensive Bibliography

[by Richard G. Snyder and others] Jointly sponsored by: Civil Aeromedical Research Institute [and others]
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
Oklahoma City : Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, 1963.
Language
English
Series
CARI Research Report 63-30
Contents
  • [pt. 1]-[pt. 3] Prolonged acceleration, impact and blast.
  • [pt. 4] Vibration. Weightlessness.
  • [pt. 5] Restraint, protection and emergency escape systems.
Description
1 volume in 5. (xii, 3,072 pages) ; 28 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Issued in loose-leaf form.
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