The Effect of Water Leakage on Human Thermoregulatory Response in Varying Weather States

J. Power, A. Simões Ré & M. Tipton
The thermal responses of volunteers, with 500mL of water underneath their immersion suits, were measured in conditions consisting of varying wind speeds, and wave heights. Twelve healthy males performed three, three hour immersions in Calm Water, Weather 1 (wind speed = 3.5 m·s-1, max wave height = 0.34m), and Weather 2 (wind speed = 4.6 m·s-1, max wave height = 0.64m) in a commercially available immersion suit. The two weather conditions produced a significantly greater...
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