fundamentals of space medicine 23 space technology library

Download Book Fundamentals Of Space Medicine 23 Space Technology Library in PDF format. You can Read Online Fundamentals Of Space Medicine 23 Space Technology Library here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Fundamentals Of Space Medicine

Author : Gilles Clément
ISBN : 1441999051
Genre : Science
File Size : 58. 4 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 881
Read : 1332

Get This Book

Investigations in space have led to fundamental discoveries of the human body to the space environment. Gilles Clément has conducted extensive research in this field. This readable text presents the findings from the life science experiments conducted during and after space missions. About 1200 human space flights have been completed to date, including more than 500 astronauts from various countries, for a combined total presence in space of about 90 years. The first edition of this title was published in 2005 (written in 2003 – 2004), and new data is now available from crewmembers participating in long-duration flights on board the International Space Station (ISS). The number of astronauts who have spent six months in orbit has doubled since 2004. On board the ISS, the astronauts use newly developed pharmaceutical countermeasure for bone loss (such as biophosphonates) and state-of-the-art exercise resistive devices against muscle atrophy and cardiovascular deterioration. The ISS life support systems now use advanced closed-loop systems for meeting the needs of a 6-person crew, including recycling urine to water. Some of these new technologies have potential spin-offs for medical (i.e., sedentary life style, obesity) and environmental issues here on Earth. And finally, there are new space research opportunities with the Orion space vehicle that will soon replace the Space Shuttle, the Moon, and Mars space exploration program that is slowly but surely taking shape, and the space tourism sector that has become a reality. The focus on this edition is the ISS, Orion and planetary exploration, and space tourism. This edition also includes more than 20% new material, along with photographs, data, and video clips for Springer Extras!

Into Space

Author : Thais Russomano
ISBN : 9781789232202
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 41. 55 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 604
Read : 1069

Get This Book

Our anatomy and physiology have been completely shaped by Earth's gravity. All body systems function in synergy with this unseen force. Yet, as we journey further and longer into space, our bodies must conform to a new reality, wherein gravity is absent or reduced, cosmic radiation threatens and our social and familial connections become distant. Into Space: A Journey of How Humans Adapt and Live in Microgravity gives an overview of some of the physiological, anatomical and cellular changes that occur in space and their effects on different body systems, such as the cardiovascular and musculoskeletal, and touches on cultural and psychosocial aspects of leaving behind family and the safety of Earth. It further addresses the complexity of manned space flights, showing how interdisciplinary this subject is and discussing the challenges that space physiologists, physicians and scientists must face as humans seek to conquer the final frontier.

Space Safety And Human Performance

Author : Barbara G. Kanki
ISBN : 9780081018705
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 41. 25 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 222
Read : 219

Get This Book

Space Safety and Human Performance provides a comprehensive reference for engineers and technical managers within aerospace and high technology companies, space agencies, operators, and consulting firms. The book draws upon the expertise of the world’s leading experts in the field and focuses primarily on humans in spaceflight, but also covers operators of control centers on the ground and behavior aspects of complex organizations, thus addressing the entire spectrum of space actors. During spaceflight, human performance can be deeply affected by physical, psychological and psychosocial stressors. Strict selection, intensive training and adequate operational rules are used to fight performance degradation and prepare individuals and teams to effectively manage systems failures and challenging emergencies. The book is endorsed by the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS). Provides information on critical aspects of human performance in space missions Addresses the issue of human performance, from physical and psychosocial stressors that can degrade performance, to selection and training principles and techniques to enhance performance Brings together essential material on: cognition and human error; advanced analysis methods such as human reliability analysis; environmental challenges and human performance in space missions; critical human factors and man/machine interfaces in space systems design; crew selection and training; and organizational behavior and safety culture Includes an endorsement by the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS)

Stress Challenges And Immunity In Space

Author : Alexander Chouker
ISBN : 9783642222726
Genre : Medical
File Size : 48. 28 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 353
Read : 865

Get This Book

Stress of either psychological or physical nature can activate and/or paralyse humans’ innate and adaptive immunity. However, adequate immunity is crucial to the maintenance of health on earth and in space. During space flight, human physiology and health are challenged by complex environmental stressors which might be at their most pronounced during lunar or interplanetary missions. While previous publications have addressed the physiological changes that occur during space flight, this book goes further, by adopting an interdisciplinary approach to analyze the complex interaction of living conditions in space, the immune system, and astronauts’ health. It is explained how such analysis of the consequences of stress for the immune system may help in preventing, diagnosing, and counteracting immune-related alterations in health on earth as well as in space

Artificial Gravity

Author : Gilles Clément
ISBN : 9780387707143
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 30. 66 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 326
Read : 538

Get This Book

This book reviews the principle and rationale for using artificial gravity during space missions, and describes the current options proposed, including a short-radius centrifuge contained within a spacecraft. Experts provide recommendations on the research needed to assess whether or not short-radius centrifuge workouts can help limit deconditioning of physiological systems. Many detailed illustrations are included.

Space Science And Technology Books 1957 1961

Author : Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division
ISBN : UOM:39015023571998
Genre : Astronautics
File Size : 37. 5 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 943
Read : 244

Get This Book

American Book Publishing Record

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015066043160
Genre : American literature
File Size : 87. 34 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 772
Read : 1059

Get This Book

Management A Bibliography For Nasa Managers

Author :
Genre : Industrial engineering
File Size : 20. 96 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 363
Read : 877

Get This Book

Aerospace Medicine And Biology

Author : Library of Congress. Technical Information Division
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123930856
Genre : Medical
File Size : 63. 35 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 346
Read : 499

Get This Book

Fundamentals Of Space Life Sciences

Author : Susanne Elaine Churchill
ISBN : UVA:X004093557
Genre : Space medicine
File Size : 77. 33 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 527
Read : 645

Get This Book

Top Download:

Best Books