Reference numberMS/525/6/5/2
Title'Notes on the acceleration that the human frame can stand without injury', by Ernest Henry Starling
DateDecember 1914
DescriptionCorrected copy of a report noting the acceleration and retardation of a human acrobat, able to withstand around 10g. 'This velocity would be more than sufficient to enable most aeroplanes to continue to rise...In the same land on a stage with elastic suspension...' Annotated, 'Send 2 copies to Sir N Jackson'.
FormatCarbon copy
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7857Starling; Ernest Henry (1866 - 1927)1866 - 1927
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