Theoretical Foundation for the Operation of Liquid-Filled Anti-G Suit in Aviation
The theoretical foundation for the operation of liquid-filled anti-G suit in aviation was discussed. A mathematical model of a liquid-filled axi-symmetric closed membrane subjected to various depths of submergence was analyzed. The lifting of the internal fluid by increasing levels of hydrostatic pressure of external fluids was observed. The mathematical and computational support to anti-G principles that influenced the design of future anti G suits for combat pilots were also studied.
X. J. Avula, "Theoretical Foundation for the Operation of Liquid-Filled Anti-G Suit in Aviation," Proceedings of the Annual SAFE Symposium (Survival and Flight Equipment Association), 2002, Jacksonville, FL, Survival and Flight Equipment Association (SAFE), Oct 2002.
40th Annual Survival and Flight Equipment Association Symposium (2002: Oct. 1-2, Jacksonville, FL)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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02 Oct 2002