Acceleration tolerance | Article about acceleration tolerance by The Free Dictionary
acceleration tolerance[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ′täl·ər·əns]
The degree to which personnel or equipment withstands acceleration.
The maximum g forces an individual can withstand without losing control or consciousness.
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The contract concentrates on research and development efforts in specific areas including the effect of physical conditioning on acceleration tolerance
I am told that Edward A Murphy Jr was one of the engineers on the rocket-sled experiments done by the US Air Force in 1949 to test human acceleration tolerances
(USAF project MX981).