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Canadian contributions to motion
Topic : G-SUIT
The first G-Suit developed by…..
Who : Wilbur R. Franks
Where ：University of Toronto’s Banting and Best Medical Institute.
Why ：As early as 1917, there were documented cases of pilots' loss of consciousness due to g (G-LOC) that were referred to as "fainting in the air".
How : The trousers are fitted with inflatable bladders which, when pressurized through a g-sensitive valve in the aircraft or spacecraft, press firmly on the abdomen and legs, thus restricting the draining of blood away from the brain during periods of high acceleration.
Picture of G-Suit
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How did the invention affect motion ？
The resting g-tolerance of a typical person is anywhere from 3-5 g depending on the person. A G-suit will typically add 1 g of tolerance to that limit.
Is the invention still in use today?
Yes , Air-based G-suits were very common In NATO aircraft of all nations from the 1950s onwards and are still in common use today.
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