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A new wind-chill nomogram

  • W.G. Rees (a1)

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This paper describes an improved nomogram (a graphical device avoiding the need for calculation) for estimating wind-chill and assessing the danger of frostbite. The nomogram incorporates recent theoretical work on the rate of heat loss from a clothedperson in cold or windy conditions.

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A new wind-chill nomogram

  • W.G. Rees (a1)

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