KROEMER ERGONOMICS HOW TO DESIGN FOR EASE AND EFFICIENCY PDF

Download Citation on ResearchGate | Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency / K.H.E. Kroemer, H.B. Kroemer, K.E. Kroemer-Elbert. | Texto general. Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency by Karl Kroemer, Henrike Kroemer, & Katrin Kroemer-Elbert , pages, $ Englewood Cliffs, NJ: . Ergonomics focuses on human interaction with work tasks and technology and examines ways to Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency Kroemer is a Professor in the Virginia Polytechnic Institute’s department of Industrial and.

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Description Kroemer focuses on human interaction with work tasks and technology and krormer ways to amplify human capabilities, utilize human abilities and facilitate human efficiency. The book has been designed to be international in orientation – and addresses contemporary issues such as back problems, design for the handicapped, cumulative trauma and computer workstations.

Kroemer focuses on human interaction with work tasks and technology and discusses ways to amplify human capabilities, utilize human abilities and facilitate human efficiency.

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Both physical anthopometric, biomechanical and mental capacities of the human are discussed, as well as the design of the work task, tools, the interface with the machine and work procedures, with a set of engineering and managerial recommendations. This item has been replaced by Ergonomics: Kroemer-Elbert Snippet view – Common terms and phrases acceleration activities Adapted angle anthropometric applied assess backrest biomechanical blood body dimensions bone Carpal Tunnel Syndrome changes Chapter circadian rhythms cold color contraction Cumulative Trauma Disorders depends developed display effects energy engineering environment equipment Ergonomics example exertion Figure force Frankfurt plane frequency functions hand heart rate heat height human body Human Factors Human Factors Society increased Industrial input joints keyboard Kroemer lifting light load Low Back Pain lumbar material handling measured metabolic motion movement muscle muscular myosin nerve nervous system noise operator output oxygen percent performance person physical physiological pressure problems reduced retina rotation seat sensitivity sensors shift signals sitting skin sleep sound space spinal column static stimuli strength surface Table task techniques temperature tendon tion tissue trunk U.

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