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Temperature Reaction of a Person with a Contact Method of Exposure to a Thermal Signal

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Advances in Artificial Systems for Medicine and Education IV (AIMEE 2020)

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In this work, we studied the possibility of using the contact method of thermal influence on a person to obtain a human reaction, in the form of a change in temperature over time on the surface of a woven electric heater, which simultaneously serves as a generator of a heat signal, which is a novelty. During the work, a patented program was used and modified, which describes the thermal processes occurring in the human system- the gap between the human body and the heater - woven electric heater - thermal insulation layer - the external environment, which is also a novelty. The performed mathematical modeling confirmed the results of field experiments. This work may be of interest to medical professionals.

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Shul’zhenko, A.A., Modestov, M.B. (2021). Temperature Reaction of a Person with a Contact Method of Exposure to a Thermal Signal. In: Hu, Z., Petoukhov, S., He, M. (eds) Advances in Artificial Systems for Medicine and Education IV. AIMEE 2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1315. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-67133-4_14

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