• life-sized
  • The term is also used for life-sized dolls with simulated airways used in the teaching of first aid, CPR, and advanced airway management skills such as tracheal intubation and for human figures used in computer simulation to model the behavior of the human body. (wikipedia.org)
  • measurements
  • They both leave each store having been given three different breast measurements, implying that women are disillusioned when choosing which size bra. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are a number of ways to determine clothing insulation provided by clothes, but the most accurate according to ASHRAE Fundamentals are measurements on heated manikins and on active subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Accurate estimates of clothing insulation for an active person are therefore not available, unless measurements are made for the specific condition (e.g., with a walking manikin). (wikipedia.org)
  • allow
  • Two-way audio and video cameras in each room function in partnership with the manikin technology to allow administrators to control the manikins' responses to the care administered by practicing students, while also allowing for real time and post-training review of student's actions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Effect
  • Design characteristics: Phantoms can be used to evaluate the relative effect of size, shape and positioning on the performance of in vivo measurement equipment. (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • Cochlosoma species are often distinguished by their differences in size and the presence or absence of cytoplasmic granules.1,3,4,9 Little is known about Cochlosoma life cycles and much of what is known has been observed in C. anatis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Also the Classic Maya god of rulership and thunder known to modern Mayanists as "God K", or the "Manikin Scepter" and to the classic Maya as K'awil was depicted with a smoking obsidian knife in his forehead and one leg replaced with a snake. (wikipedia.org)
  • human
  • He founded the Character Development League in New York City and, in 1885, invented White's Physiological Manikin, a life-size illustration of human anatomical structure, surgical techniques, and even prenatal development despite the gender being male. (wikipedia.org)
  • Additionally, manikins may be fitted with supplemental devices that mimic human actions such as breathing, walking, or sweating. (wikipedia.org)
  • often
  • Nowadays most manikins used for research purposes will have a minimum of 15 zones, and as many as 34 with options (often as a purchasable add-on to the base manikin) for sweating, breathing, and movement systems although simpler manikins are also in use in the clothing industry. (wikipedia.org)
  • third
  • The third method is that the skin temperature of the manikin is maintained constant at a user-specified value, while the power increases or decreases depending on the environmental conditions. (wikipedia.org)
  • female
  • Over time breathing, sneezing, moving (such as continuous walking or biking motions) and sweating were all employed in the manikins, in addition to male, female, and child sizes depending on the application. (wikipedia.org)
  • take
  • The further inside the manikin the heating element is, the more stable the heat output at the skin surface will be, however the time constant of the manikin's ability to respond to changes in the external environment will also rise as it will take longer for heat to penetrate through the system. (wikipedia.org)