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Personal information is secured with SSL technology. Free Shipping No minimum order. Description Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency, Third Edition updates and expands this classic guide, including the latest essential themes and regulations. Retaining its easy-to-use layout and jargon-free style, this book remains an invaluable source of models, measures and advice for anyone who needs to understand ergonomics.
Key Features Updated throughout to address new research on themes, including haptics, autonomous vehicles, and circadian rhythms Includes discussions of the physical anthropometric, biomechanical and mental capacities of the human, along with tables of reference data Provides both managerial and engineering recommendations, covering aspects of ergonomics that are relevant across the project Readership Researchers and postgraduates in engineering fields, particularly industrial, manufacturing, aerospace, and automotive Table of Contents I.
The Ergonomic Knowledge Base 1. Size and Mobility of the Human Body 2. Bones, Muscles, and Strength of the Human Body 3. How the Body Does its Work 4. How the Mind Works 5. Human Senses 6. How the Body Interacts with the Environment 7. Design Applications 8. Ergonomic Models, Methods, and Measurements 9. Designing to Fit the Moving Body The Computer Office Work Place The Individual within an Organization Design and Arrangement of Displays and Controls Handling Loads Designing for Special Populations Further Information.
Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency, 2nd Edition