Question: How long can a person survive before effects of heat stroke start to affect them.
Situation. A person is in a room that is heated up to 75 C (167 F). Let's assume person is naked (so we don't have to factor in clothing or other resistances).
I already know the basics of heat stroke and symptoms, but nothing I find helps me figure out how quickly the human body absorbs heat from the environment (without complex math that is seriously not my forte).
Let's paint a picture, and see if that helps illustrate the nature of the question.
Person A is a soldier, so we can assume fit, and in the desert. Minimal humidity. Gentle breeze. No water to re-hydrate.