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Series 1: Reports, 1935-1953 [series]:
 
United States [subseries]:
 
Air Force - Air Materiel Command - Engineering Division - Aero Medical Laboratory [subseries]:
1 1
Aerial analysis of navigator duties with special reference to equipment design and workplace layout. II. Navigator and radar operator activities during three Arctic missions, 1948
1 2
Control action simulator, 1949
1 3
Kit, sewing and camp repair combination, 1948
1 4
Proposal for a high performance prone position test airplane, 1948
1 5
Studies of the effect of typographical spacing on the legibility of numerals under vibration, 1948
 
Army [subseries]:
1 6-7
Medical, sanitary and veterinary supplies for liberated and occupied territories, 1944
1 8
Notes from recent reports from Middle East during 8th Army advance - October-November, 1942, 1943
1 9
Notes on the treatment and control of certain tropical diseases - circular letter no. 56, 1941
1 10
Special incident no. 1 U.S. M41 20 lb. fragmentation bomb accident, 1944
 
Army - Army Air Forces Air Technical Service Command (AAFATSC) - Engineering Division - Aero Medical Laboratory [subseries]:
1 11
Annual summaries of university contracts 1946-1947, 1947
1 12
Acceleration-time diagrams for catapult ejection seats, 1947
1 13
Air ventilated clothing, 1945
1 14
Analyzer of AAF K-2 oxygen testing kit, 1945
1 15
Automatic parachute opening device, II, 1945
1 16
Average dilution characteristics of AN-6004-1 regulators and oxygen supply duration calculations, 1945
1 17
Aviation medical problems in the European and Mediterranean theatres of operation, 1944
1 18
Captured Japanese oxygen regulator used on Japanese suicide rocket planes, 1945
1 19
Comparison of shock force at opening of riptop nylon and standard nylon parachutes, 1945
1 20
Connector combination (mask, hose and bailout) as a pressure breathing device, 1945
1 21
Development of sub-stratosphere pressure suits in the German air force, 1945
1 22
Diluter demand oxygen regulator, safety pressure type, 1945
1 23
Effect of fields of vision from fighter aircraft on the number and rate of accidents, 1945
1 24
Effect of rubber curing temperature on a leak-tight valve core assembly, 1945
1 25
Emergency pressure suit, 1946
1 26
Evaluation of the "contrast discrimination test" as an anoxia demonstration device, 1946
1 27
Exertion required of personnel in opening the S4 seat pack parachute, 1945
1 28
Explosive decompression - a summary and evaluation for aircraft designers, 1945
1 29
Fluid loss in animals, 1947
1 30
A German dark adoptometer, 1945
1 31
The hourly variation of human "G" tolerance and the effect of benzedrine medication, 1945
1 32
Human body size requirements for positioning bombardier-navigators in relation to radar, periscope, and navigator's chart table, 1945
1 33
Human tolerance for short exposures to heat and humidity, 1946
1 34
Metabolic studies at moderately low altitudes, 1945
1 35
Night vision trainer, 1945
1 36
Night vision training in the United Kingdom (as of August 1944), 1944
1 37
Oxygen expenditure by aircrew in combat, 1945
1 38
Oxygen indoctrination and oxygen discipline of fighter pilots, 1945
1 39
Physical requirements for size and shape of escape hatches - bombardment and attack type aircraft, 1945
1 40
Physiological and clinical studies on man with the pneumatic balance resuscitator "Burns model", 1945
1 41
A portable gas flow meter, 1945
1 42
Postural fatigue on long range fighter missions, 1945
1 43
Pulsating parachute seat cushion, report no. 2, 1945
1 44
Regulator, automatic continuous flow oxygen, 1945
1 45
A report on the introduction of anti-"G" equipment to FEAF and a survey of aero-medical problems in SWPA including continental Australia, 1945
1 46
Results of investigation to determine effect of repetitive recharging of valve and cylinder assembly for 1-man raft, 1945
1 47
Resuscitation of dogs using the pneumatic balance resuscitator, 1945
1 48
Service test of pressure breathing equipment for 215th bomb wing (v.h.), 1945
1 49
Single pickup for photoelectric ear volume and ear pulse, 1945
1 50
Study of the design of a unit mounted personal equipment panel, 1945
1 51
Summary of German aviation medical research, 1946
1 52
Survival ration - nutritional requirements and physiological aspects, 1947
1 53
Thermal requirements for aircraft cabins, 1945
1 54
Type A-3 oxygen flow indicator, bakelite molded clutch for, 1945
1 55
Universal test seat and cockpit mock-up, 1945
1 56
Use of oxygen equipment as reported by fighter pilots, 1945
1 57
Visibility under simulated rain conditions in flight, 1945
1 58
Visual effectiveness of low reflectance coatings applied to transparent areas of aircraft, 1945
1 59-60
The wounding mechanism of high-energy projectiles, 1944
1 61
Army - AAFATSC - Experimental Engineering Section documents, 1941-1949
1 62
Army - (AAFI) - Air Documents Division - Air Technical Intelligence Group - List of Japanese aero-medical research publications, content and disposition, 1946
 
Army - AAFI - Air Documents Division - Translation Section [subseries]:
1 63
509 - The structure and composition of the stratosphere / Aufbau und zusammensetzung der stratosphare, 1946
1 64
512 - Radio-technical and atmospheric electric problems of stratosphere research / Funktechnische und atmospharich-elektrische probleme der stratospharenforschung, 1946
1 65
539 - The infra-red principle for automatic target locating devices / Ultrarotverfahren fur selestzielsuchende gerate, 1946
1 66
551 - Remote controlled dive bombs / Ferngelenkte sturzbomben, 1946
1 67
567 - Sea equipment (individual pneumatic life raft) / Seeausrustung, 1946
 
Army - Army Air Forces Materiel Command - Engineering Division - Aero Medical Laboratory [subseries]:
1 68
Calculation of total and visible solar radiation at hydroponics installations, 1946
1 69
Captured German engine-driven oxygen charging apparatus, 1944
1 70-71
Experimental study of wounds made by standard U.S. ammunition, 1944
1 72
Preliminary studies of the effects of positive G upon inducing headache, upon the perception of pain, and upon vascular headache induced by intravenous histamine, 1946
1 73
Protection afforded by the flak curtain against the German 20mm HE projectile, 1944
1 74-76
Wounding effect of the German 20mm HE shell, 1944
1 77
Army - Army Air Forces School of Aviation Medicine - Summaries of project reports - supplements V and VII, Randolph Field, Texas, 1945-1946
 
Army - Army Air Forces School of Applied Tactics - Aero Medical Department/Laboratory [subseries]:
1 78
Reference data, 1944
1 79
Tactical unit surgeons' course - Orlando, Fla., 1944
 
Army - Army Institute of Pathology - U.S. Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Atomic Bomb in Japan - Medical Report [subseries]:
2 1-3
Vol 1, section 1 - introduction; section 2 - physics; section 3 - Hiroshima city and Nagasaki city (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 4-5
Vol 2, part 1, section 5H - clinical observation: Hiroshima (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 6
Vol 2, part 2, section 5N - clinical observation: Nagasaki (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 7-8
Vol 3, section 6 - hematology; section 7 - bone marrow (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 9-11
Vol 4, section 5 - pathology (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 12-13
Vol 5, section 9 - statistical study (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
2 14
Vol 6, section 10 - population statistics; section 11 - building and protection study (copy 2) [photographs], 1945
3 1
Vol 6, section 10 - population statistics; section 11 - building and protection study (copy 2) [photographs] [cont'd], 1945
3 2-3
Vol 7 - Colonel Oughterson's personal notes, undated
3 4
Vol 8 - key to reference material [photographs], 1945-1947
3 5
Vol 9 - deletions from v. 1-2, 5-6, 1946
 
Army - Army Service Forces - Chemical Warfare Section - Medical Division [subseries]:
3 6
Effect of drugs on nerve activity, undated
3 7
A review of the insecticide hexachlorocyclohexane ("666") - report no. 56, 1945
 
Army - Medical Intelligence Division - Preventive Medicine Service - Medical and Sanitary Data on Japan (provisional edition) [subseries]:
3 8
Section I: public health and environmental factors influencing health and sanitation; section II: medical facilities, 1945
3 9
Section III: vital statistics, 1945
3 10
Section IV: disease information; section V: summary and recommendations, 1945
 
Army - Operational Research Section [subseries]:
3 11
Eighth Air Force battle casualty survey, 1945
3 12
A theory of fragmentation: comparison with the observed fragmentation of service bombs and shells - report no. 138, 1943
 
Navy [subseries]:
3 13
Application form and Hollerith card tabulation, undated
3 14
The development of night vision selection and training in the Navy, undated
3 15
Experimental studies on streptococcal infection and rheumatic fever; studies on streptolysins; preparation, improved methods of serum inhibitor titration, and preliminary results with human sera, 1950
3 16
Flight tests of the emergency breathing procedure - Medical Dept., U.S. Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1944
3 17
Gas protective ointments in prevention of poison ivy dermatitis, 1944
3 18
Investigation of the protection afforded by standard issue Army and Navy sun glasses and goggles from the solar radiations present in the Arctic - task force sixty-eight, operation "Nanook", 1947
3 19
Investigation of visual factors contributing to night aircraft accidents, with special reference to methods of lighting planes - Medical Dept., U.S. Naval Air Training Bases, Corpus Christi, Texas - reports 1 and 2, 1945
3 20
A new concept of the bends and a method for increasing one's resistance - Medical Dept., U.S. Naval Air Station, Alameda, California, 1944
3 21
A study of aerodontalgia occurring during routine oxygen indoctrination in the low pressure chamber with a view to evolving a theory regarding its cause - Medical Dept., U. S. Marine Corps Air Station, Quantico, Virginia, 1945
3 22
A training manual for the emergency breathing procedure - Medical Dept., U.S. Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1944
3 23
The value of hyperventilation as a means of surviving high-altitude emergencies without oxygen: a comparison with the emergency breathing procedure - Medical Dept., U.S. Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1944
3 24
Voluntary pressure breathing of ambient atmosphere as a means of increasing the oxygen saturation of the blood, 1943
 
Navy - Bureau of Aeronautics [subseries]:
3 25
Dark adaptation study, U.S.S. Enterprise - preliminary report, 1941
3 26
Oxygen rebreather - setting of admission valve, undated
 
Navy - Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BuMed) [subseries]:
3 27
The effect of anoxia on night vision, 1945
3 28
The effect of the navy airborne searchlight for dark adaptation, 1945
3 29
The effectiveness of colored, versus neutral dark adaptation goggles, undated
3 30
Evaluation of oxygen and altitude indoctrination program, 1945
3 31
A new test for demonstrating the effects of milder degrees of anoxia, 1946
3 32
The physiological effects of carbon monoxide in relationship to carbon monoxide limitations in naval aircraft, 1943
3 33
Reaction of aviation personnel at a simulated altitude of 30,000 feet to inspiratory obstruction, 1945
3 34
Report on standardization of night lookout stages, 1945
 
Navy - BuMed - Division of Aviation Medicine [subseries]:
3 35
Physiological specifications for the design of aviation oxygen equipment, 1946
3 36
Statistics of altitude training units, 1944-1945
 
Navy - BuMed - Research Division [subseries]:
3 37
Caloric requirement of man in cold climates - theoretical considerations, 1947
3 38
Comparison of five leak testers, 1945
3 39
Computation of adequate sun-scanning device, 1945
3 40
Computation of ultraviolet and infrared intensity on certain airplane plastic windows, 1945
3 41
Navy - Naval Experimental Diving Unit - Preliminary report on aeroembolism and equipment for oxygen inhalation, 1940
 
Navy - Naval Medical Research Institute [subseries]:
3 42
Declassification of NMRI reports, 1947-1953
3 43
Distribution of impact forces on the human through restraining devices, 1946
3 44
The effects on personnel of various concentrations of carbon dioxide and oxygen under conditions of submarine operations, 1944
3 45
An evaluation of evidence for injury to the eye by sunlight, 1944
3 46
Field test of acceptability of insect repellents for application to the skin, 1945
3 47
The lucite calvarium - a method for direct observation of the brain. II. Cranial trauma and brain movement, 1946
3 48
Oxygen breathing equipment in the Focke-Wulf 190 with a report of the improved Draeger diluter demand regulator incorporating a safety pressure mechanism, 1944
3 49
A review of the physiologic and clinical data pertaining to decompression sickness, 1947
 
Navy - Office of Naval Research [subseries]:
3 50
European scientific notes, 1948-1949
3 51
Technical information pilot - issued by science and technology project of Library of Congress for ONR, 1948
3 52
Navy - Oxygen Indoctrination Unit - Aviation physiology and oxygen equipment, 1943
 
Navy - School of Aviation Medicine (SAM) [subseries]:
3 53
Determination of aqueous vapor tension in expired air, 1946
3 54
A study of the physiological changes which occur during acclimatization to high altitude - occurrence of aero-embolism at moderate altitudes, 1946
3 55
A study of the physiological changes which occur during acclimatization to high altitude - respiratory and circulatory findings, 1946
3 56
Physiological changes in acclimatization to high altitude - the use of the A-103 Pauling oxygen analyzer to determine oxygen partial pressure, 1946
3 57
Navy - SAM - Acceleration Unit - Annotated bibliography on the physiological effects of acceleration in aircraft, 1945
 
National Research Council (NRC) [subseries]:
4 1-2
NRC committees - officers and members, 1941-1948
4 3
List of confidential, restricted, and open minutes and reports, 1943
4 4
Progress report of advisory groups of the occupational therapy conference, undated
 
NRC - Division of Anthropology and Psychology - Committee on Selection and Training of Aircraft Pilots [subseries]:
4 5
"Airsickness and vestibular sensitivity as related to learning to fly" - G. R. Wendt, 1940
4 6
"Analysis of ratings in the preliminary phase of CAA training program" - H. M. Johnson, Mary L. Boots, 1940
4 7
"Analysis of test data on 1938-39 CAA students" - E. Lowell Kelly, 1940
4 8
"Automatic recording of muscular tension during flight" - Alexander C. Williams, Jr., 1940
4 9
"Criteria of flight competence" - Howard A. Edgerton, Robert Y. Walker, 1940
4 10
"Development of a scale for rating pilot competence" - E. Lowell Kelly, 1940
4 11
"The development of standard flights and the use of time and motion study techniques in the pilot training program" - Morris S. Viteles, 1940
4 12
"Graphic registration of flight performance" - R. M. Bellows, 1940
4 13
"Indicators of emotional disturbances in flight" - Richard Parmenter, 1940
4 14
"An objective measure of bodily steadiness in the selection of pilots" - John P. Foley, Jr., 1940
4 15
"Personality, interest, and attitude inventories in the selection of civilian pilots" - Thelma Hunt, 1940
4 16
"A personality test to avoid guessing the 'right' answers in the selection of pilots" - Robert J. Wherry, 1940
4 17
"The relationship of background and personality factors to pilot competency" - E. Lowell Kelly, 1940
4 18
"Tests for the sensitivity of peripheral vision" - Miles A. Tinker, 1941
4 19
"Tests for kinesthetic sensitivity in the selection of pilots" - William L. Lepley, 1940
4 20
"The use of automatic recording in analyzing the process of learning to fly" - W. N. Kellogg, 1940
 
NRC - Division of Biology and Agriculture [subseries]:
4 21
Annual report, 1936
4 22
Personnel of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, 1936
 
NRC - Division of Medical Sciences (DMS) [subseries]:
4 23
Bulletin on missile casualties - Lamport memorandum, 1944
4 24
Chemotherapy center for tropical diseases reports, 1945
4 25
Final statement, 1946
4 26
Foreign news letters, 1944
 
Missile Casualties Reports
4 27
1 - Announcement of missile casualties report series with preliminary list of reports adopted by conference on missile casualties, 1945
4 28
2 - The mechanism of wounding by high velocity missiles I. quantitative data, 1944
4 29
4 - [partial report, no title], undated
4 30
6 - The mechanism of wounding by high velocity missiles II. microsecond x-ray studies, 1945
4 31
7 - A new casualty criterion, 1944
4 32
8 - Casualty criteria and a comparison of grenade models, 1945
4 33
9 - Studies on wounds of the abdomen and thorax produced by high velocity missiles, 1945
4 34
10 - Penetration of steel spheres into bone, 1945
4 35
11 - Ballistics of the penetration of human skin by small spheres, 1945
4 36
12 - The energy, mass and velocity which is required of small missiles in order to produce a casualty, 1945
4 37
13 - Damage to peripheral nerves by high velocity missiles without a direct hit, 1945
4 38
15 - The military loss resulting from a casualty related to the days lost from active duty, 1945
4 39
16 - The relationship between flak wounds and the fragments causing them in air crew personnel, 1946
4 40
17 - Appraisal of rapid killing power of high velocity bullets, 1946
4 41
Progress report dealing with "chemical work on the plague bacillus immunogenic potency toxicity of antigenic fractions preparation of immune sera", 1943
4 42
Report on a device for preventing formation of carbon monoxide by camp stoves, c.1943
4 43
Report on blast injuries of June 11, 1943
 
Surgery Reports
4 44
1 - Observations upon the anemia of chronic sepsis, 1943
4 45
3 - Refrigeration in clinical surgery - abstract, 1944
4 46
4 - Nerve degeneration following prolonged cooling of an extremity - abstract, 1944
4 47
5 - The effects of temperature on the digestion of collagen by enzymes and by the subcutaneous tissues of the frog - abstract, 1944
4 48
6 - The trend of forward surgery in Italy, 1944
4 49
Report on conference on gas gangrene, 1943
4 50-51
Subcommittee on Blood Substitutes - reports, 1941-1945
4 52
Subcommittee on Surgical Infections - reports, 1940-1943
4 53
Subcommittee on Wound Healing - reports, undated
4 54
Committee for Research in Problems of Sex - 18th annual report, 1939
 
NRC - DMS - Committee on Aviation Medicine (CAM) [subseries]:
4 55
Analytic study of pressure transmission factors in anti-G suits - report 129, 1942
4 56-59
Bulletin of the Committee on Aviation Medicine - vol I-III [photographs], 1941-1945
4 60
The effect of pulmonary ventilation on the vasomotor action of adrenaline, c.1940
4 61
Evaporation and loss of heat from the respiratory tract at high altitudes, 1940
4 62
List of declassified reports, 1945-1953
4 63
A list of papers and minutes of the Flying Personnel Research Committee Office of the Director of Medical Services - Royal Air Force, 1941-1943
4 64
Lists of reports sent to Dr. Fulton and acknowledgement of their receipt, 1942-1946
4 65
Mechanism of bubble formation in the blood of mammals in relation to decompression sickness, undated
4 66
On the use of carbon dioxide in aviation, c.1940
4 67
Oxygen manual, 1943
4 68
The physiological requirements of sealed high altitude aircraft compartments, 1935
5 1
Report to Dr. Lewis H. Weed concerning the trip of the Subcommittee on Decompression Sickness to California, 1944
5 2
Review of methods of applying air pressure to the extremities for protection against acceleration with measurements of the effective pressure of the skin - report no. 228, 1943
5 3
A study of methods of intentionally crashing aircraft with purpose toward the survival of personnel, 1946
5 4
Suggested program for the investigation of the possible efficacy of CO2 administration with O2 at very high altitudes, 1940
 
NRC - DMS - CAM - Subcommittee on Decompression Sickness [subseries]:
5 5-6
Bulletin of the Subcommittee on Decompression Sickness, 1942-1945
5 7
News letter, 1944
5 8
Committee on Chemotherapeutic and Other Agents - Clinical investigation of streptomycin, 1946
5 9
Committee on Convalescence and Rehabilitation - reports, 1943-1945
5 10
Committee on Drugs and Medical Supplies - reports, 1942-1945
5 11
Committee on Industrial Medicine - reports, 1942-1945
5 12
Committee on Information - reports, 1940-1945
5 13-14
Committee on Medicine (CM) - Subcommittee on Clinical Investigation - Bulletin of Subcommittee on Clinical Investigation, 1940-1942
5 15
Subcommittee on Infectious Diseases - reports, 1940-1945
5 16-17
Subcommittee on Venereal Diseases - reports, 1940-1943
5 18
Committee on Research in Endocrinology - Summary report of the Committee 1936-1945, 1945
5 19-20
Committee on Surgery - Subcommittee on Neurosurgery - reports, 1940-1945
 
NRC - Insect Control Committee [subseries]:
5 21-23
Abstract bulletin of the Insect Control Committee coordination center - series A and B, 1945-1946
5 24
149 - The mechanism of action of DDT, 1945
5 25
151 - Equipment for the dispersal of insecticides my means of aircraft, 1946
5 26
154 - Physiological action of insecticides and repellents, 1945
5 27
156 - Investigation on arthropods of medical importance, 1945
5 28
158 - Investigations on the control of insects and other arthropods of importance to the armed forces conducted by the Orlando, Fla., research laboratory, April 1942 to October 1945, 1945
5 29
161 - Compound 1080, sodium fluoroacetate, as a control agent for field rodents, 1945
5 30
162 - Compound 1080, sodium fluoroacetate, its efficiency as a raticide, 1945
5 31
163 - A summary of field reports on 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate), 1945
5 32
167 - Investigations on the control of insects and other arthropods of importance to the armed forces conducted by Division of Insecticide Investigations, Beltsville, Maryland, 1945
5 33
169 - The preparation and use of radioactive dibromo diphenyl trichloroethane, 1945
5 34
170 - Research on insects affecting the armed forces conducted by the Division of Forest Insect Investigations, Beltsville, Maryland, November 16, 1944 to October 31, 1945, 1945
5 35
171 - The physiological action of DDT, 1945
5 36
172 - Table of toxicities, 1945
5 37
173 - Final supplementary statement on the performance of 1080 in field rodent control and related matters, 1945
5 38
175 - The mode of action of insecticides, especially DDT, 1945
5 39
176 - A study of the action of insect repellents in terms of their effects on insect behavior and in relation to their properties, 1945
5 40
181 - Laboratory tests with pyrethrum and DDT aerosols against the common malaria mosquito and the housefly, 1945
 
Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) - Committee on Aviation Medicine [subseries]:
6 1
Acoustical consideration in the design of an oxygen mask, 1942-1944
6 2
Bubble formation in decompressed animals, undated
6 3-8
Monthly progress reports - Andrus - Smith, 1941-1945
6 9
A study of orthostatic insufficiency by the tiltboard method, 1942
 
OSRD - Committee on Medical Research (CMR) [subseries]:
6 10-11
Reports, 1941-1945
6 12
Atabrine #2, 1943
6 13
Blast as a factor causing casualties in Anderson shelters and among people exposed in the open, 1941
6 14
III. Chemotherapy of plague - abstract of final report, 1944
6 15
Dermatophytosis, 1943
6 16
Development of oxygen candle apparatus for use in aircraft, 1946
6 17
Directions for use and a discussion of insecticides and repellents investigated at the Orlando Laboratory for the Armed Forces - tropical disease report no. 7, 1944
6 18
Final report on plague vaccines and sera and chemotherapy of plague - abstract - tropical disease report no. 24, 1944
6 19
Injuries resulting from aircraft accidents, U.S. Army Air Forces, continental U.S., 1944-1945
6 20
Monthly and bi-monthly progress reports, 1942-1945
6 21
Monthly and bi-monthly progress reports - malaria, 1944-1945
6 22
Monthly and bi-monthly progress reports - wound ballistics, 1944-1945
6 23
News letters, 1943-1945
6 24
Observations on B.P.C. 12 - report on body armour, undated
6 25
Proceedings on the peripheral nerve and concussion conferences - neurosurgery report no. 68, 1944
6 26
Results of screening tests with materials for use as miticides, 1945
6 27
Studies on the problem of acceleration in aviation medicine, 1942
6 28-30
Summary of reports received by the Committee on Medical Research, 1944-1946
6 31
The use of penicillin in infections of the central nervous system, bone and chest - chemotherapy report no. 13, 1945
 
Contract Reports (OEMcmr)
7 1
54 - Clothing as a factor in heat elimination during work in hot environments, 1942
7 2
54 - The requirements of water and of sodium chloride for the best performance of men working in hot climates, undated
7 3
54 - Selection of men for physical work in hot weather, undated
7 4
64 - A study of the effects of taking glucose during long sustained work in the heat, undated
7 5
104 - Final report on shark repellent experiments conducted in Ecuador, 1943
7 6
113 - The effect in man of chronic intermittent anoxia on glucose tolerance and the urinary excretion of sodium potassium, chloride, phosphorus, nitrogen and 17-ketosteroids - abstract, 1943
7 7
122 - The lactate response to exercise and its relationship to physical fitness - abstract, 1943
7 8
122 - A maximal pack test of exercise tolerance - abstract, 1943
7 9
122 - Some observations on 325 Schneider tests on healthy young men - abstract, 1943
7 10
122 - Studies of the effect of training on scores in a submaximal test of exercise tolerance - abstract, 1943
7 11
132 - Drying by ice sublimation, undated
7 12
174 - Effect of repeated short exposures to reduced atmospheric pressure in normal human subjects - abstract, 1943
7 13
658 - The performance of communication equipment in noise, 1942
 
Interim Reports
7 14
1 - Water losses from man in the desert, 1943
7 15
2 - Changes in the concentration and volume of blood during desert dehydration, 1943
7 16
3 - Salt in relation to water metabolism in the desert, 1943
7 17
4 - Dehydration exhaustion, 1943
7 18
5 - Economy of drinking water in the desert, 1943
7 19
6 - Urinary and salivary flows during dehydration, 1943
7 20
7 - Prediction of water requirements of men in the desert, 1943
7 21
8 - Survival time of men without water in the desert, 1943
7 22
9 - Circulatory and temperature changes of the body in dehydration, 1943
7 23
10 - Survival times and drinking water available to castaways, 1943
7 24
11 - Water requirements of air force personnel in the desert during the hot season, 1943
7 25
12 - Water shortage in the desert, 1943
7 26
13 - Water losses of men on life rafts, 1943
7 27
Subcommittee on Clinical Investigations - Bi-monthly progress reports, 1944-1945
7 28
Subcommittee on Medical Nutrition - reports, 1940-1944
7 29
Subcommittee on Venereal Diseases - reports, 1943-1945
7 30
Committee on Shock and Transfusion - reports, 1943-1945
 
OSRD - CMR - Insect Control Committee [subseries]:
7 31-32
Abstract bulletin of the Insect Control Committee coordination center, 1945
7 33
Economy of pyrethrum in fly and mosquito sprays, 1942-1943
7 34
Methods of preparation and directions for use for the materials recommended at the 5th conference of the OSRD on insect repellents and insecticides, 1943
7 35
The use of MYL powder in treating public louse infestations, c.1943
7 36
M-723 - Special report on aerosol tested against mosquitoes and houseflies, 1943
7 37
M-723 - Suggested methods for testing mosquito and other flying and biting insect repellent materials (revised), 1943
7 38
M-920 - A report on laboratory tests with SBLY as a toxicant for mosquito larvae, 1943
7 39
M-920 - A special progress report on results of comparative tests with SSBS and MYL louse powders, 1943
7 40
M-920 - Special report on impregnation of underwear for louse control, 1943
7 41
M-1702 - Special report on SSBS and SBLY as an anopheline larvacide under laboratory conditions, 1943
7 42
M-1702 - Tests of larvicidal aerosols containing SBLY, 1943
7 43
M-723, M-920, M-1702 - Special report on solubility of SBLY in organic solvents, 1943
7 44
OEMcmr 29 - Insect repellent investigations - final summary for 1942, 1943
7 45
OSRD - National Defense Research Committee - Final report on the effects of binocular magnification on the visibility of targets at low levels of illumination, 1944
 
Yale Aeromedical Research Unit [subseries]:
7 46
[Blank forms, weather data], 1945, undated
7 47-48
[Collected reports], 1941-1945
7 49
Pathological lesions in the lungs of monkeys following explosive decompression, 1953
7 50
Progress report, 1952
 
Australia [subseries]:
 
National Health and Medical Research Council
7 51
Organization flow chart, undated
 
F.R. Reports
7 52
69 - The relationship between visual acuity and flying ability, undated
7 53
70 - Investigation of the effect of malarial suppressive drugs on altitude tolerance, undated
7 54
71 - Effect of anti-malarial drugs on "G" tolerance, undated
7 55
72 - Effect of anti-malarial drugs on dark adaptation, undated
7 56
73 - Effect of anti-malarial drugs on susceptibility to motion, undated
7 57
79 - The present status of drug therapy in motion sickness - summary of the literature, undated
7 58
83 (a) - Experimental results on the amount of protection against G afforded by restricting C.A.A.G. suit to "LPGS" plus a belt, undated
7 59
84 - The marking of aircraft instrument dials, undated
7 60
85 - Report on captured Japanese equipment, 1944
7 61
86 - The effect of head position on susceptibility to motion sickness, 1944
7 62
89 - Use of benzedrine to overcome fatigue in operational flights of long range flying boat crews, undated
7 63
92 - Preliminary report on K.O.P. anti-G suits, 1944
 
Open Reports
7 64
1 - Physiological considerations in the development of tropical centres, undated
7 65
4 - The effect of combatant patrol activities on some physical characters of A.I.F. infantry personnel, 1946
7 66
5 - Variations in human reactions to hot atmospheres as functions of temperature and humidity - preliminary report, 1946
7 67
9 - Atmospheric conditions encountered during a survey of R.A.A.F. ground crew on tropical service and their relationship to both sweat loss and the results obtained with the Harvard Page test, 1947
 
Special Reports Upon Overseas Visit
7 68
1 - Human climatology (provisional), 1946
7 69
1a - Service aspects of human climatology, 1946
7 70
2 - Food and agriculture organisation (FAO) of the United Nations, 1946
7 71
3 - Academic organisation and training, 1946
7 72
4 - Animal physiology (with especial reference to climatology), 1946
 
Canada [subseries]:
7 73
Department of Pensions and National Health - Occupational hazards in the munitions industry, undated
 
National Research Council (NRC) - Associate Committee on Army Medical Research (ACAMR)
7 74
The nutritional status of 29 Japanese P.'s O.W., 1945
7 75
The relationship of the ocular findings in the aircrew medical examination to success in pilot and navigator training, 1945
7 76
Report on the nutritional status of I.O.R.'s, 1945
7 77
The test retest reliability of ocular muscle balance tests, 1943
7 78
Subcommittee on Personnel Selection - An outdoor study of night vision, 1945
 
Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)
7 79
Norms obtained from the ocular examination of 2453 aircrew candidates, 1943
7 80
Medical Services - Progress report no. 3 from London low pressure research unit, 1941
7 81
Royal Canadian Navy - Medical Research Unit - Report on sea trials with R.C.N. experimental seasickness remedy no. 1, undated
 
Great Britain [subseries]:
7 82
American red goggles, 1943
7 83
The elimination of haemolytic streptococci from burns and scalds by penicillin and propamidine, undated
7 84
A report on burns in the Middle East forces, undated
7 85
Admiralty (A) - Admiralty research organization chart, 1945
 
A - Admiralty Research Laboratory
7 86
Acuity of vision through colour filters, undated
7 87
Dark adaptation following exposure to red, orange, and white light for different times and at different intensities, 1942
7 88
Effect of bright sunlight on subsequent dark adaptation, 1943
7 89
Effect of muscular inactivity on dark adaptation, 1943
7 90
A - Royal Navy - Royal Navy Medical Department - An analysis of some naval battle casualties, 1943
7 91
Air Ministry (AM) - Report on a second visit to Canadian cold weather areas, 1949
 
AM - Flying Personnel Research Committee (FPRC)
7 92
Index of reports - 1-570, 1943
8 1
Index of reports - 678-723, undated
8 2
100 - An investigation into the cause of "bend" and other ill effects in animals subjected to pressure below atmosphere, undated
8 3
144 - Reports to the Secretary of State for Air on the activities of the FPRC, 1940
8 4
154 - An enquiry into the significance of Haldane's tables of decompression for divers in connexion with aviation, undated
8 5
176 - Observations on the efficiency of abnormal belts in the prevention of "blacking out", 1940
8 6
177 - Final observations on the value of crouching as a preventive of "blacking out", 1940
8 7
178 - Loss of carbon dioxide at low pressure, 1940
8 8
212 and (a) - An investigation into the effect of a reclining posture on the ability to withstand high "G", 1940
8 9
213 - Investigation into the effect of altitude and anoxia on "blacking out" threshold, undated
8 10
227 - An experimental study of mental fatigue, undated
8 11
232 - Use of carbon dioxide in aviation, 1941
8 12
234 - The use of benzedrine in normal subjects, undated
8 13
237 - Investigation into the psychological effects of benzedrine on normal adults, undated
8 14
238 - Decompression experiments on rabbits, undated
8 15
244 - Altitude conditioning on aircraft cabins, undated
8 16
248 (a) and (b) - Report on comparison trials of intercommunication systems A1134 (R.A.F. set) and AX-20 (Rawdon-Smith set), 1941
8 17
265 - Medical care of flying personnel in war, undated
8 18
267 - Observations on decompression sickness in man, 1941
8 19
270 - Development of the type F oxygen mask, 1941
8 20
271 - Measurements on the removal of carbon monoxide from aircraft heating systems, 1941
8 21
274 and (a) - Fractures of the spine sustained by R.A.F. pilots and the relationship of these injuries to Sutton harness, parachute harness and other equipment, 1941
8 22
275 - Analysis of causes for suspension of pupils at elementary flying training schools based on the type of inadequacy, undated
8 23
277 - Report on the problem of airsickness in parachute troops, undated
8 24
277 (a) - Report on the medical aspect of the selection and training of parachute troops, undated
8 25
279 - Scoring method and normal varieties of performance, 1941
8 26
281 - Selection of radio and wireless operators, undated
8 27
282 - The encephalograph as a means of assessing aptitude of R.A.F. cadets. Failure to establish any correlation in 100 cases, 1941
8 28
285 - The influence of oxygen deficiency and drugs on flying the link trainer, undated
8 29
287 - A device for combatting enemy searchlights during bombing operations, 1941
8 30
289 - Progress report on dark adaptation and night vision, undated
8 31
292 - Benzedrine in anoxaemia and fatigue field experiment, 1941
8 32
296 - Memorandum on prevention of sickness in air-borne troops, undated
8 33
299 - Interim report of work carried out for Physiology Department, Edinburgh University, 1941
8 34
300 - Final report on effect of abdominal compression on ability to withstand G, 1941
8 35
301 - Test flights with hydrostatic suit, undated
8 36
301 (a) - The Franks' anti-blacking-out suit, undated
8 37
302 - F.L. exhaust gas detectors, 1941
8 38
303 - Experimental pressure suit development, 1941
8 39
304 (a) - Effects of flash from 303 and 20mm cannon ammunition, undated
8 40
310 - Summary of report on second six months of Royal Air Force Hospital, Matlock, Derbyshire, 1940
8 41
311 - Medical aspects of aviation in Mediterranean command, 1941
8 42
312 - Experimental investigation of bullet damage to direct heating system, 1941
8 43
314 - Dark adaptation study U.S.S. Enterprise, undated
8 44
317 - Histological changes in the lungs of rabbits decompressed to 40,000 to 49,000 ft., 1941
8 45
318 - Remedies for sea-sickness and air-sickness, 1941
8 46
321 (a) - Extracts from German literature, undated
8 47
322 - Interim report from the R.A.F. Physiological Research Unit, Farnborough, undated
8 48
324 - Notes on night vision, undated
8 49
326 - Report on the perception of stationary and moving aeroplane silhouettes in plain and clouded fields, undated
8 50
329 - Visit to no. 2 bombing gunnery school, Millom, 1941
8 51
332 - Abstracts of reports of work on aviation medical research in the Medical Research Department of the Banting Institute, 1941
8 52
333 - The effect of wearing heavy flying clothing on the extra oxygen consumption required for light work, 1941
8 53
334 - Observations of the pathology of airsickness, 1941
8 54
335 - Investigations in the Royal Canadian Air Force - D.M.S. circular order no. 34, 1941
8 55
336 - Tests for radio operators, 1941
8 56
338 - Influence of drugs on ability to withstand centrifugal force, 1941
8 57
339 - Flight tests on Franks' hydrostatic suit, 1941
8 58
340 - Note of effect on adrenal cortical extract, 1941
8 59
341 - Present position of oxygen equipment (excluding cylinders, etc.) in U.S.A., Canada and Great Britain, undated
8 60
342 - Instrument lighting for night use, 1941
8 61
343 - Proposed researches by Professor I. de Burgh Daly, 1941
8 62
345 - Report VII. A histological examination of the spinal cord of animals rapidly decompressed to 40,000-45,000 feet, undated
8 63
346 - Report on some visual problems of submarine direction, undated
8 64
347 - Note on the effect of decompression on cerebrospinal fluid pressure, 1941
8 65
350 - The basis for present R.A.F. standards of carbon monoxide tolerance in aircraft, 1941
8 66
352 - The protection of hearing, undated
8 67
353 - Instrument lighting in aircraft (and vehicles), 1941
8 68
355 - Factors influencing onset and production of fatigue in Catalina flying boat crews, 1941
8 69
357 - Suspensions at elementary flying training schools, frequency of faults, 1941
8 70
358 (b) - Letter from the Royal Australian Air Force Flying Personnel, 1941
8 71
358 (e) - Cockpit lighting, undated
8 72
358 (i) - Notes on airsickness, undated
8 73
358 (j) - Report no. 2 on "blackout" work at Sydney University, undated
8 74
358 (k)-2 - Points from Royal Australian Air Force Flying Personnel Research Committee, undated
8 75
361 - The use of benzedrine to overcome fatigue on operational flights in coastal command, 1941
8 76
364 - The standard rudder bar, undated
8 77
365 - Report on visit to Canada and the U.S.A. for liaison in aviation physiology, 1941
8 78
369 - The influence upon night vision on artificial dilatation of the pupil, undated
8 79
372 - Incidence of ear, nose and throat affections among candidates examined at R.A.F. aviation candidates medical boards, undated
8 80
374 - Report on provision of oxygen equipment on ferry aircraft and on aircraft during transatlantic delivery, 1941
8 81
375 - Review of oxygen apparatus for aviation in use and development, 1941
8 82
376 - Report on proposed R.C.A.F. oxygen and w/t equipment with special reference to its interchangeability with present and proposed R.A.F. equipment, undated
8 83
377 - Report on mobile decompression chambers, 1941
8 84
380 - Investigation of blood in "height" sensitive and "height" insensitive animals, undated
8 85
381 - The Jacques Volodarsky heated flying suit with automatically stabilised temperature, 1941
8 86
383 - Airsickness in hotspur gliders (6 passengers), undated
8 87
384 - Medical services in the German air forces, undated
8 88
385 - Report of the pre-selection sub-committee of the Flying Personnel Research Committee, 1941
8 89
388 - Design of the oximeter, warning and flight models, progress report as of 1st September, 1941
8 90
392 - Extract from the Russian handbook of the medical examination for fitness for flying, 1939, pages 85-92, undated
8 91
392 (h) - Russian manual of the method of examination for flying duties, undated
8 92
394 - Relationship between the electroencephalogram and flying ability, undated
8 93
397 - The relation between systolic blood pressure and effects of glare, 1941
8 94
398 - Report on aviation medicine activities in Canada and U.S.A., undated
8 95
403 - Recruitment, selection and training of sector controllers, undated
8 96
403 (a) - Second report on the selection of sector control officers, 1942
8 97
405 - Note on physiological protection against carbon monoxide inhalation, 1942
8 98
407 (a) - Note of progress of the pneumodynamic suit, 1942
8 99
409 - Note on the small microphone used with the Canadian demand valve oxygen equipment, undated
8 100
410 (a) - Interim report on clinical investigations into air-sickness, undated
8 101
412 (b) - An enquiry into psychological disorders in flying personnel, undated
8 102
412 (c) - Investigation into psychological disorders in flying personnel. Section 1. A critical review of published literature, 1942
8 103
412 (d) - Investigation into psychological disorders in flying personnel. Section 2. Review of reports submitted to Air Ministry since outbreak of the war, April, 1942
8 104
413 - Outline of general system and details of demand valve, undated
8 105
414 - Oxygen source for use in aircraft, 1942
8 106
415 - Legibility of different coloured instrument markings and illuminated signs at low illuminations, undated
8 107
418 - Measurement of blind approach and landing ability, undated
8 108
419 (a) - Wastage in wireless operations under training, 1942
8 109
410 - Notes on a discussion on laryngaphones held at North Court, Tuesday 18th November 1941, 1942
8 110
421 - Memorandum on research carried out at the Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh, undated
8 111
423 (a) - Lighting and marking of aircraft instruments, undated
8 112
423 (b) - Position in April, 1942, of certain flying equipment, 1942
8 113
423 (m) - An investigation of landing accidents in relation to fatigue, 1943
8 114
423 (q) - Visibility of plotting arrow from various distances and viewing angles, 1943
8 115
423 (r) - Grid reference telling from various distances and viewing angles, 1943
8 116
423 (w) - The synthetic training of Pathfinder air bombers in visual centring on target indicators, 1945
8 117
427 - Report on tests of the thermal and electrothermal properties of the "Taylor suit", 1941
8 118
429 - Pre-selection tests in the R.A.F., 1942
8 119
430 - Preliminary note on frost bite in the Royal Air Force, 1942
8 120
431 - Reasons for the establishment of a visual training course for special duty look-outs, undated
8 121
432 - Comparison of type 39 microphone (laryngophone) and type 26 service electro-magnetic microphone, undated
8 122
433 - Carbon monoxide, 1942
8 123
437 - Experiments on the effect of explosive decompression on man, 1942
8 124
456 - Classification of rabbits into groups according to their apparent sensitivity to high altitudes, 1942
8 125
478 - Gas bubbles in circulating blood of decompressed animals, 1942
8 126
485 - The correlation between swing sickness and air sickness and history of motion sickness, 1942
8 127
491 - I. Gas bubble formation in circulating blood of isolated perfused lungs at low pressure II. Gas bubbles in shed blood at low pressures, including a descri8ption of a pompholygometer, 1942
8 128
492 - Fatigue and flying accidents, 1942
8 129
493 - Use of benzedrine to overcome fatigue in operational flights in bomber command, undated
8 130
494 - Dazzle Sub-Committee (Vision Committee) progress report (August 1942), 1942
8 131
495 - Elimination of nitrogen and other gases from the lungs of animals breathing oxygen, 1942
8 132
496 (a) - Note on the testing of night vision, 1942
8 133
497 - Electric inter-communication for elementary type aircraft - final report, undated
8 134
498 - Devices for protecting pilots from the effects of high acceleration with particular reference to trials of the Franks suit, 1942
8 135
500 - Note on prone position in aircraft, undated
8 136
501 - Carboxyhaemoglobin values in aircraft accidents, 1942
8 137
503 - United States low pressure "walk around" bottle, undated
8 138
507 - Benzedrine and the beam approach, undated
8 139
510 - Airsickness in gliders, undated
8 140
511 - Investigation of the clinical effects of anoxia of moderate severity, 1943
8 141
519 - Clinical observations on selection tests carried out in the decompression chamber, 1943
8 142
521 - Oxygen requirements in flight, 1943
8 143
522 - Night vision testing group - Vision Committee, 1943
8 144
524 - The effects of decreased atmosphere pressures on the oxygen and carbon dioxide tensions in the lungs, 1943
8 145
556 - Prevention of injury in aircraft crashes, 1943
8 146
595 - The selective benefit of oxygen pretreatment in the case of decompressed animals having low corpuscular haemoglobin values, 1944
8 147
633 (a) - Report on a survey of body and clothing measurements of Royal Air Force personnel, 1945
8 148
649 - Eye colour scale, 1945
8 149
651 - Report to the Secretary of State for Air on the committee's activities for the period June 1940 to Dec. 1945, 1946
8 150
651 (a) - FPRC reports index, 1946
8 151
658 - Report on the hazards of escaping from aircraft in combat, 1946
8 152
658 (a) - Injuries to aircraft from the chest-type parachute, 1946-1947
8 153
664 - The autokinetic illusion, 1946
8 154
665 - The assessment of "perceptual ability", 1945
8 155
665 (a) - Further experiments on the assessment of "perceptual ability", 1946
8 156
668 - Scale and dial reading, 1946
8 157
671 - Ejection of pilots from aircraft. A review of the applied physiology, 1946
8 158
672 - The significance of sickness in operational bomber crews, 1947
8 159
673 - The heights and weights of Royal Navy pilots compared with those of R.A.F. pilots, 1947
8 160
674 - Some medical aspects of parachute training, 1948
8 161
678 - The movements of the eyes in searching for an inconspicuous object, 1946
8 162
679 - Visual coverage afforded in a single fixation: the probability of perceiving an inconspicuous object displaced from the fixation point, 1946
8 163
683 - An investigation into the perception of movement, 1947
8 164
684 - The otological committee, 1947
8 165
685 - Exercise "Musk Ox" - the medical aspects of air supply, 1947
8 166
688 (b) - The first report on the effect of high intensity vibrations on some animals, undated
8 167
689 - body measurements of pilots and cockpit dimensions, 1947
8 168
692 - The design and display of pilots' instruments, 1948
8 169
693 - The otological committee, 1948
8 170
698 - Sub-standard candidates, 1948
8 171
700 - Memorandum on methods of assessing the functional performance of flying helmets, 1948
8 172
700 (a) - Observations on the design and development of ear defenders, 1948
8 173
701 - Sickness and stress in operational flying, 1948
8 174
702 - Experimental knob shapes, 1948
8 175
702 (a) - Selection of knob shapes for radio and other controls, 1950
8 176
704 - Forearm blood flow at altitude, 1948
8 177
705 - Studies on the oxygen paradox, 1948
8 178
707 - Reactions on re-test to inhibition of a learned task, 1948
9 1
710 - Physiological requirements for air-conditioning in the cabins of pressurized aircraft, 1949
9 2-6
711 and (a) (b) (e) (f) - Surveys of the heights and weights of Royal Air Force personnel, 1949
9 7
712 - Deinsectization of aircraft and crazing of perspex windows, 1949
9 8
713 - The effect of the application of an arterial occlusion cuff to the wrist on the blood flow in the human forearm, 1947
9 9
715 - Report on development of life-saving jacket for civil aircraft, 1949
9 10
716 - Generalized vasodilation in response to heating localized areas of the skin, 1949
9 11
719 - The determination of urinary total neutral 17 and 20 ketosteroids in "stress", 1949
9 12
725 - Two experiments on fatigue as affecting skilled performance in civilian aircrew, 1949
9 13
754 - Presentation of information by aircraft instruments: experimental inquiries II instrument reading performance under varied illuminating conditions, 1951
9 14
765 - The effects of flying upon human performance, 1951
9 15
768 - Signal visibility on a B-scan radar display, 1951
9 16
771 - Blinking during visual tracking, 1951
9 17
774 - Exercise Bara Bara - joint wet/cold field test of personal and survival equipment, 1951
9 18
777 - A series of decompression tests carried out on ten subjects with and without pre-oxygenation, 1952
9 19
778 - Cholinesterase activity in plasma during anoxia, 1951
9 20
780 - R.A.F. Radar Research Unit memorandum report, 1952
9 21
AM - FPRC - Vision Committee bulletin, 1946
 
AM - Royal Air Force
9 22
Casualty air evacuation - quarterly report, 1950
9 23
R.A.F. research in aviation medicine, undated
9 24
Statement on present position of sea survival equipment, 1950
 
Medical Research Council (MRC)
9 25
London news letter, 1943
9 26
The resistance of flak suits and an armoured life jacket to penetration by steel balls, 1944
 
MRC - Subcommittee on Burns
9 27
The first aid treatment of burns and scalds, 1943
9 28
Phosphorus burns, 1942
 
MRC - Body Protection Committee
9 29
Interim report of investigations into airsickness in gliders, undated
9 30
Medical Research Council - Body Protection Committee - A report on the blast and splinters inside vehicles with 1 inch and 1.5 inch armour attacked by no. 68 grenades, 1941
9 31
MRC - Committee on the Care of Shipwrecked Personnel on Water Requirements and Supplies - Outline of the work of the committee, c.1943
9 32
MRC - Committee to Consider Means of Physical Protections for Members of the Fighting Forces - casualty analysis: summary of action as affecting casualties, 1944
 
MRC - Military Personnel Research Committee (MPRC) - Subcommittee on Airborne Troops
9 33
Remedies for seasickness, 1943
9 34
Reports, 1943
 
MRC - MPRC - Subcommittee on Weapons
9 35
The blast protection afforded to the ear by service pattern flying helmets and by service headphones, 1944
9 36
Rupture of the ear-drums by blast, 1944
9 37
MRC - War Wounds Committee - Anaerobes Subcommittee reports, 1942
 
Ministry of Aircraft Production - Oxford Research Unit
9 38
The effect of the centrifugal forces on the blood circulation of the aircraft pilot - translation of Heinz von Diringshofen, undated
9 39
An experimental study of the value of the American "flak suit" against fragments, 1944
9 40
The resistance at normal and oblique impact, of 1.2 and 3 mm manganese steel to 25 pr. Shell fragments - summary, undated
9 41
The resistance of Doron and other materials to 25 pr. Shell fragments, undated
9 42
A review of the criteria of wounding power in common use, undated
9 43
The value of body armour for air-crews, 1945
9 44
Ministry of Home Security (MHS) - Wounds caused by bakelite fragments, 1943
 
MHS - Civil Defence Research Committee
9 45
RC (G) 6 - Photometric properties of the atmosphere - the co-ordination of research in vision and visibility, 1944
9 46
RC 239 - Critical perforation velocity of a 3/32 in. steel ball fired at cloths, manganese, steel and "tufnol carp", 1941
9 47
RC 249 - The effect of blast on the heart and head (preliminary note), undated
9 48
RC 376 - Some remarks on observations by Zuckerman and others on lesions in lungs, 1943
9 49
RC 383 - The equation of state and the adiabatic pressure-volume relation for the products of detonation in PETN, 1943
9 50
RC 406 - The relations between anti-personnel effect and size of projectile, 1944
 
MHS - Research and Experiments Department
9 51
Assessment of anti-personnel effects in 3 lb. and 6 lb. anti-tank projectile tests carried out at Whitchurch on 9/10 July 1942 and 22/24 July, 1942
9 52
Casualty rates of flying bombs by day, 1945
9 53
Casualty rates of flying bombs at night, 1945
 
Casualty Surveys
9 54-55
Analysis of casualty survey reports 1-46, undated
9 56
1 - Explosion in room, undated
9 57
2 - Direct hits on Anderson shelters, undated
9 58
3 - Direct hit on Anderson shelter, undated
9 59
4 - Explosion in large dining hall, undated
9 60
5 - Bomb 15 feet from Anderson shelter, undated
9 61
6 - Two bombs on railway station (open), undated
9 62
7 - Bomb in open, undated
9 63
8 - Heavy bomb outside 3-storied building, undated
9 64
9 - Bomb in open, undated
9 65
10 - Bomb close to surface brick shelter, undated
9 66
11 - Direct hit by 50 kg. bomb, with explosion outside and casualties inside a room and basement, undated
9 67
12 - Bomb inside cinema, undated
9 68
13 - Bomb close to Anderson shelters, undated
9 69
14 - 50 kg. on a 3-storied house, undated
9 70
15 - Direct hit by 250 kg. on small house, undated
9 71
16 - Bomb between two rows of terrace houses, undated
9 72
17 - Direct hit by 50 kg. bomb on house. Casualties in cellar, undated
9 73
18 - 50 kg. bomb in open, undated
9 74
19 - 50 kg. bomb on large work-shed, undated
9 75
20 - 50 kg. in open, undated
9 76
21 - Direct hit by 500 kg. bomb on a row of small houses, undated
9 77
22 - 500 kg. bomb in front of small houses, undated
9 78
23 - 250 kg. bomb on one of a terrace of small houses, undated
9 79
24 - Boy seriously wounded in open 30 feet from 50 kg. bomb, undated
9 80
25 - Direct hit by 50 kg. on communal sunk steel arched shelter, undated
9 81
26 - 50 kg. bomb on small house, undated
9 82
27 - Birmingham bomb census no. B.61-136 - 50 kg. bomb immediately outside small two-storied house, undated
9 83
28 - Direct hit by 50 kg. on two-storied house. Reinforced cellar saved thirteen people, undated
9 84
29 - 250 kb. Bomb about 5 ft. from nearest point of partially buried communal concrete shelter. Some men in open, undated
9 85
30 - Direct hit by 50 kg. bomb on Anderson shelter, undated
9 86
31 - 250 kg. bomb 5 ft. from an underground long communal arched steel shelter of small cross section, undated
9 87
32 - 250 kg. 15 ft. from Anderson shelter, undated
9 88
33 - 50 kg. bomb on back of three storied house, undated
9 89
34 - 250 kg. bomb in front of two attached houses, undated
9 90
35 - 250 kg. bomb exploding in mid-air in yard of "cooperative" stores, undated
9 91
36 - 4.5 in. A.A. shell exploding in bar parlour of inn, undated
9 92
37 - Parachute mine on residential district, undated
9 93
38 - Parachute mine in already damaged and partially evacuated residential area, undated
9 94
39 - Bomb-disposal party injured by a parachute mine, undated
9 95
40 - Parachute mine detonating in open. Men under cover 150 ft. away unhurt, undated
9 96
41 - 250 kg. bomb exploding near Anderson shelters, undated
9 97
42 - Presumed 1000 kg. bomb bursting in street flanked by shops and public-houses, undated
9 98
43 - 50 kg. bomb exploding in railway arch shelter. Majority of those present killed or injured, undated
9 99
44 - Parachute mine on small terrace house, undated
9 100
45 - Presumed 1000 kg. bomb near occupied Anderson shelters and behind occupied houses, undated
9 101
46 - 50 kg. bomb exploding on pavement. Policeman 50 ft. away killed by splinters, undated
 
Research Committee (RC) Numbered Reports
9 102
232 - The relationship between striking-velocity and the damage caused to materials by a 3/32 in. steel ball, 1941
9 103
264 - An experimental study of the wounding mechanism of high velocity missiles, undated
9 104
350 - The wounding power of small bomb and shell fragments, undated
9 105
398 - The fitting of the normal bivariate surface to observed bomb scatters, 1943
9 106
434 - An experimental study of the value of the American "flak-suit" against fragments, undated
 
Research Experiment Notes (REN) Numbered Reports
9 107
227 - A comparison of the casualty rates of the 1-in. mortar and the 36-grenade, 1944
9 108
283 - Note by Oxford Extra-Mural Unit on blast pressure conditions which cause death or temporary incapacity - reference A.S.H.L.O. letter dated 15.9.43, 1944
9 109
317 - Casualty effects of high explosive bombs in low level daylight raids compared with high level night raids, 1944
9 110
428 - Memo on the risk of eye injuries in air-raids - particularly in flying bomb incidents, 1944
9 111
Ministry of Production - Office of Scientific Advisors - reports, 1943
 
Ministry of Supply - Advisory Council on Scientific Research and Technical Development
9 112
The performance of the U.S. M41 20 lb. fragmentation bombs - summary, 1944
9 113
Sizes of shell, mortar and bomb fragments causing wounds - AC 3412, 1942
 
RC Numbered Reports
9 114
384 - The adiabatic pressure-volume relation of the products of detonation of aluminum-tnt mixtures, 1943
9 115
385 - Cased charges XVIII. Fragmentation, VII. Casings of different materials (mild steel, cast iron, lead and aluminum) and of different thicknesses. I. Velocities of fragments, 1943
9 116
386 - Cased charges XIX. Fragmentation, IX. Casings of different materials (mild steel, cast iron, lead and aluminum) and of different thicknesses. II. Weight distribution of fragments, 1943
9 117
387 - Cased charges XX. Empirical relationship for use in comparing results of fragmentation trials. I. Velocities of fragments, 1943
9 118
388 - Cased charges XXI. The relationships for use in comparing results of fragmentation trials. II. Weight distribution of fragments, 1943
9 119
389 - Cased charges XXII. The relationships for use in comparing results of fragmentation tests. III. Numbers of fragments, 1943
9 120
391 - Cased charges XXIII. Empirical relationships for use in comparing results of fragmentation tests. IV. Controlled fragmentation, 1943
 
National Physical Laboratory
9 122
Note on testing Coquille lenses and specification of a C quality, 1945
9 123
Notes on the standardisation of methods of assessing dazzle from gun flashes, 1943
 
Royal Aircraft Establishment
9 124
Investigation into the performance of the "Hymatic" anti-G valve type A.G. 2 and assorted circuits, 1951
9 125
Carbon monoxide contamination tests at the R.A.E. on Mustang I aircraft of Army Cooperation Command, 1942
9 126
Investigation of possible alternative materials to mica for the valve discs of oxygen mask inspiratory valves, 1942
9 127
Review of the carbon monoxide contamination tests on aircraft in the 15 months to 30 September, 1942
 
Other Sources [subseries]:
9 128
Altitude training program, 1943
9 129
The B-24 oxygen system with physiological discussion - Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, 1943
9 130
The Bermuda Biological Station for Research - reports of officers for the years 1943, 1944 and 1945, 1946
9 131
Conference on the physico-chemical mechanism of nerve activity - New York Academy of Sciences, Section on Biology - preprints of papers presented, 1946
9 132
Effectiveness of a high carbohydrate diet in raising the ceiling of men under the condition of anoxia (SPQRD 430, low protein) - Northwestern University, undated
9 133
Medical research in some aspects of aircraft design - Boeing, undated
9 134
[Miscellaneous data], 1946, undated
9 135
Personality, organization and anoxia tolerance - College of the City of New York, undated
9 136
Primary physiology of high altitude flying and outline for demonstration of oxygen equipment, undated
9 137
Report on co-ordination of medical abstracting services - U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1947
9 138
Report on the determination of carbon monoxide, ammonia, and oxides of nitrogen when present together with hydrogen in air - Kettering Laboratory of Applied Physiology, undated
9 139
Some considerations on aeromedical research, 1948
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South African Air Force - aptitude tests section, 1943
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A study of a new ventilated goggle - protective clothing report number 11 - NIH-IHRL, 1944
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Supplementary lot of medicaments - Allied Postwar Requirements Bureau, 1943
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The use of a demand oxygen system in B-17 airplanes at high altitudes, 1942
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The use of drugs at high altitudes - the use of benzedrine and caffeine under conditions of oxygen want - College of the City of New York, Psychology Laboratory, 1942