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Numerical simulation of cardiovascular deconditioning in different reduced gravity exposure scenarios. Parabolic flight validation.

Author
Perez-Poch, A.; Ventura, D.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
40th Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research
Date of publication
2014
Presentation's date
2014-08-03
Book of congress proceedings
40th Cospar Assembly - Book of Abstracts
First page
F5.4-0031-14
Last page
F5.4-0031-14
Abstract
Numerical models and simulations are an emerging area of research in human physiology. As complex numerical models are available, along with high-speed computing technologies, it is possible to produce more accurate predictions of the long-term eects of reduced gravity on the human body. NELME (Numerical Emulation of Long-Term Microgravity Eects) has been developed as an electrical-like control system model of the pysiological changes that may arise when gravity changes are applied to the cardio...
Keywords
cardiovascular deconditioning, microgravity, parabolic fligth, simulation
Group of research
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Participants

  • Perez Poch, Antoni  (author and speaker )
  • Ventura Gonzalez Alonso, Daniel  (author and speaker )