Provider Notes:This page contains the human model report.Last update 11/21/2005. In the order of importance, human needs oxygen, water and food for survival. Human produces energy, carbon dioxide, sweat, urine, and feces. These inputs and outputs contents and quantity are depended on human consumption and body structures such as gender, age, and body mass. Environment is a very important factor to ensure that the crewmembers can live comfortably in the shuttle. These environmental factors include air pressure, air composition, temperature, humidity, hypo gravity, noise level, and radiation. Sleep quality and duration, activity level, and psychological factors also affect crewmembers' performance. Besides these basic necessities, crewmembers also consume hygiene water for laundry, shower, and food preparation. The crewmembers are also expected to generate food and non food related thrash and grey water.
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