Rodicheva Margarita V.
Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev
Abramov Anton V.
Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev
Gneusheva Elena M.
Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev
Rodicheva M. V., Abramov A. V., Gneusheva E. M. Development of ventilated clothing design principles for protection against biological hazards. Technologies & Quality. 2021. No 3(53). P. 30–36. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34216/2587-6147-2021-3-53-30-36.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.34216/2587-6147-2021-3-53-30-36
УДК: 687.
Publish date: 2021-08-18
Annotation: A set of ventilated clothing to protect against tick-borne infections has been proposed. In addition to the protective function, such a kit allows you to normalising the thermal state of a person at elevated temperatures or physical activity by increasing the intensity of heat and moisture removal from the human body. A numerical model of heat transfer in ventilated air layers was developed. With its help, studies of heat and mass transfer were carried out under conditions of maximum activity of blood-sucking insects in the ambient temperature range of 15–25 °C. The balance of the human body was assessed for the level of physical activity typical for representatives of social groups with the highest risk of contracting tick-borne infections. It has been established that an air gap with a thickness of hag = 20 mm in ventilated clothing will provide a standard thermal state of a person and effective protection against infection with tick-borne infections.
Keywords: ventilated clothing, package of materials with air spaces, heat & mass transfer, convection, radiation, temperature field in package of materials, design
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Author's info: Rodicheva Margarita V., Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev, Orel, Russia, rodicheva.unpk@gmail.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1092-6141
Co-author's info: Abramov Anton V., Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev, Orel, Russia, Ant-lin88@mail.ru, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7082-1344
Co-author's info: Gneusheva Elena M., Orel State University named after I. S. Turgenev, Orel, Russia, emign@yandex.ru, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2783-5967