E3S Web Conf.
Volume 175, 2020XIII International Scientific and Practical Conference “State and Prospects for the Development of Agribusiness – INTERAGROMASH 2020”
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Training Personnel for The Agricultural Sector|
|Published online||29 June 2020|
Aspects of applying theory of human ecology to design safe heat-protective clothing for the disabled people
Institute of service and business (branch of the Don State Technical University), 147, Shevchenko str., 346500, Shakhty, Rostov region, Russia
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The article discusses current theoretical and practical issues of scientific research based on the interaction of environmental and technogenic factors in the development of safe heat-protective clothing models for people with restricted motor abilities. In particular, the main results of studying the interaction of elements and objects belonging to the dynamic system «human – habitat – heat-protective clothes» are presented. The purpose of the work was to justify the choice of structural clothing materials with the help of using obtained analytical information on thermal field formation of under clothing space area. The relevance of the described studies is due to the permanently increased demand for special heat-protective products for the disabled and insufficient knowledge of multi factorial environmental processes in spatio-temporal coordinates. The scientific novelty of the presented work consists in solving the problem based on the analysis of the interaction of human lower limbs and heat protective clothing by means of using the author’s mathematical model. To carry out the research, modern mathematical methods were used, including system analysis, synthesis of alternatives, modeling, generalization and results verification. The obtained materials develop the theory of applied areas of human ecology. The implementation of the above stated recommendations in the practice of heat protective clothing design contributes to a process of people’s socialization with restricted motorabilities.
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