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A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions

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A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions. / Varheenmaa, Minna.

Arctic Wears - Perspectives on Arctic Clothing. toim. / Sanna Konola; Päivi Kähkönen. Lapland University of Applied Sciences, 2015. s. 154-161 (Liiketoiminta ja yrittäjyys Sarja B. Raportit ja selvitykset 10/2015).

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Harvard

Varheenmaa, M 2015, A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions. julkaisussa S Konola & P Kähkönen (toim), Arctic Wears - Perspectives on Arctic Clothing. Liiketoiminta ja yrittäjyys Sarja B. Raportit ja selvitykset 10/2015, Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Sivut 154-161.

APA

Varheenmaa, M. (2015). A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions. teoksessa S. Konola, & P. Kähkönen (Toimittajat), Arctic Wears - Perspectives on Arctic Clothing (Sivut 154-161). (Liiketoiminta ja yrittäjyys Sarja B. Raportit ja selvitykset 10/2015). Lapland University of Applied Sciences.

Vancouver

Varheenmaa M. A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions. julkaisussa Konola S, Kähkönen P, toimittajat, Arctic Wears - Perspectives on Arctic Clothing. Lapland University of Applied Sciences. 2015. s. 154-161. (Liiketoiminta ja yrittäjyys Sarja B. Raportit ja selvitykset 10/2015).

Author

Varheenmaa, Minna. / A new generation sweating thermal manikin for the evaluation of the thermal comfort of protective clothing in Arctic Conditions. Arctic Wears - Perspectives on Arctic Clothing. Toimittaja / Sanna Konola ; Päivi Kähkönen. Lapland University of Applied Sciences, 2015. Sivut 154-161 (Liiketoiminta ja yrittäjyys Sarja B. Raportit ja selvitykset 10/2015).

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