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Evaluation of heat insulation by means of sites for measurement of foot skin temperature and heat flow



Evaluation of heat insulation by means of sites for measurement of foot skin temperature and heat flow



Meditsina Truda i Promyshlennaya Ekologiya 0(9): 31-34



Analyzing results of the personal experiments, the authors present methodology to minimize number of sites for measurement of foot skin temperature and heat flow. Average foot temperature could be reliably measured through one or several sites. The studies revealed informativeness of each among 11 measurement sites and helped to specify corresponding equations for evaluation of foot heat conditions and heat insulation.

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