skin temperature


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skin temperature

The outer surface temperature of a body. Aircraft skin temperature rises at high Mach numbers. See aerodynamic heating.
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Environmental chamber tests on subjects in controlled conditions: skin temperature and moisture level
This method ensured that the TC measurement was that of the component skin temperature (not a near wall air temperature), and also shielded the TC from radiation via the exhaust pipe surface.
From the result, the finger skin temperature (TEMP) increased for many participants via wrist warming.
Next, the subjects sat in a chair as skin temperature thermocouples were positioned on the body.
Increasing skin temperature has been shown to reduce AK lesions significantly, compared with no heat, Dr.
Two thermocouples were embedded in the glass plate to measure continuously the skin temperature in the distal phalanx of the index and ring fingers when they contacted the glass.
2], so it is generally not difficult to sense skin temperature quickly and accurately.
Skin temperature was measured at four sites; upper arm, chest wall, thigh and leg.
The car's sensors will work together with a wearable, such as a smartwatch, to monitor the driver's vital signs such as heart rate and skin temperature.
The change in residual-limb skin temperature, maximum minus minimum observed during each 30 min period (rest, walk, rest), was calculated for each sensor site for both study prostheses.
The System captures all of these quantitative measurements, along with SpO2, pulse rate, and skin temperature.