Evaluation of mild motion sickness nauseogenic space and comparison with current standards: should we go forward?
McCauley, Michael E.
Papoulias, Fotis A.
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Habitability standards have been a useful quality assurance tool for the decision maker in order to address human performance onboard military platforms. A point of interest in these standards is the need to address motion sickness (both in the civilian and the military arena). The most prevalent and widely-used standard used is ISO 2631-4:2001. The part for kinetosis (motion sickness) * “provides guidance on the effects of very low frequency accelerations (0.1 Hz to 0.5 Hz) experienced as vertical forces…” A method for calculating a motion sickness dose value based on this same frequency range is provided in ISO 2631-1:1997, annex D.
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