Evaluation of Human Thermal Models for EVA Applications 961487

A detailed comparison has begun of the structure and function of two human thermal models, the 41-Node Man model and the Wissler model, being considered for use in a proposed simulation test bed to model the fully transient extravehicular activity (EVA) automatic thermal control problem. The evaluation is directed toward demonstrating the current state of the art in human thermal modeling methodology and performance. Internal formulative differences between the models is the primary focus.


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