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  1. 41109861110
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. T–14: Discussion of ventilation requirements of armored vehicles.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Ventilation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  2. 41109861130
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 45: Final report: Operational and physiological characteristics of the tank T26E3 (M26) study of the proposed relocation of the 1000 cfm tank ventilating blower to the turret bulge.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Ventilation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  3. 41109861260
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 6: Vision in tanks; binocular modification providing quick adjustment of interpupillary distance and diopter setting.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew
    Pagination:2p.
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  4. 41109861270
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:[Project No. 6: Vision in tanks; binocular modification providing quick adjustment of interpupillary distance and diopter setting.]
    Additional Title:... Partial report on Sub-Project No. 6–1: Determination of the visual requirements for various tasks in armored vehicles, spotting, gunnery, driving, etc; the advantages of using binoculars for night seeing
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  5. 41109861280
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:[Project No. 6: Vision in tanks; binocular modification providing quick adjustment of interpupillary distance and diopter setting.]
    Additional Title:... Report on Sub-Project No. 6–1: Determination of the visual requirements for various tasks in armored vehicles; study of errors in range estimation with the unaided eye
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  6. 41109861320
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:[Project No. 5: Crew fatigue research; sub-Project No. 5–8: Estimation of the practical significance of tank noise; effect of exposure to tank noise upon hearing acuity of tank crews.]
    Additional Title:... Final report on Project No. 5–13: Appraisal of kind and degree of physical effort required of tank crews in relation to fatigue
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew Fatigue
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  7. 41109861350
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 45: Second partial report: Operational and physiological characteristics of the tank T26E3; the physiological work rates of the driver and loader in the tank T26E3 in relation to fatigue and efficiency of performance.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew Fatigue
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  8. 41109861020
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:[Project No. 2: Operations at high temperatures; first partial report on Sub-Project No. 2–22: Determination of the amount of heat transmitted to the fighting compartment of tanks under field conditions.]
    Additional Title:... Second partial report on Sub-Project No. 2–22: Determination of the amount of heat transmitted to the fighting compartment of tanks under field conditions
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Sanitation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1944
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  9. 41109861050
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 16: Effect of insulation of transmission and final drive upon the heat load within tanks.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Sanitation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1944
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  10. 41109861120
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 41: First partial report: Physiological characteristics of the T25E1–T26E1 tank; control of gun fume hazard.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Ventilation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1944
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
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