Description Usage Format Details Source References Examples

This dataset includes the required input data to perform the heat exchange calculations used in the heatex package.

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A data frame with 2 observations on the following 21 variables.

`time`

a numeric vector

`workrate`

a numeric vector

`ht`

a numeric vector

`wt`

a numeric vector

`bmi`

a numeric vector

`bmf`

a numeric vector

`fluidfood`

a numeric vector

`urinefaeces`

a numeric vector

`sweat`

a numeric vector

`tci`

a numeric vector

`tcf`

a numeric vector

`tski`

a numeric vector

`tskf`

a numeric vector

`vo2`

a numeric vector

`rer`

a numeric vector

`tdb`

a numeric vector

`tg`

a numeric vector

`va`

a numeric vector

`pa`

a numeric vector

`icl`

a numeric vector

`tcl`

a numeric vector

The dataset contains example physiological, environmental and clothing data required for the heatex function.

There are 21 variables required for the heatex function as follows: 1. time = Total time for physical activity in minutes. 2. workrate = The work rate (power output) of the activity in watts. 3. ht = Subject height in centimetres. 4. wt = Subject body mass in kilograms (to calculate the body surface area, usual body mass). 5. bmi = Subject body mass before commencing physical activity in kilograms. 6. bmf = Subject body mass after physical activity in kilograms. 7. fluidfood = Fluid and food consumption during the physical activity. 8. urinefaeces = Urine and faeces loss during the physical activity. 9. sweat = Dripped sweat in grams. 10.tci = Initial body core temperature in degrees celsius. 11.tcf = Final body core temperature in degrees celsius. 12.tski = Initial skin temperature in degrees celsius. 13.tskf = Final skin temperature in degrees celsius. 14.vo2 = Oxygen consumption in litres per minute. 15.rer = Respiratory exchange ratio. 16.tdb = Dry bulb temperature of the environment in degrees celsius. 17.tg = Black globe temperature in degrees celsius. 18.va = Air velocity in metres per second. 19.pa = Ambient water vapour pressure in mmHg. 20.icl = Intrinsic clothing insulation in m2.oC.W-1. 21.tcl = Temperature of the outer body surface, including clothing temperature if relevant, in degrees celsius.

The dataset includes example data based on research data collected by the author of the heatex package.

Kerry Atkins and Martin Thompson (2000) A Spreadsheet for Partitional Calorimetry. Sportscience 4(3), sportsci.org/jour/0003/ka.html.

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