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Tareq Z Ahram; Waldemar Karwowski
|Popis:||xiv, 593 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Obsahy:||Advances in Physical Ergonomics & Safety, Tareq Ahram and Waldemar Karwowski SAFETY AND HEALTH Decision support in safety management, T. Waefler, S. Binz, K. Gaertner and K. Fischer, Switzerland Ergonomic evaluation of scaffolding task interventions for power plant maintenance, S. Gangakhedkar, D. Kaber, M. Diering and P. Reddy Development of prototype system on workers' awareness information assessment for safety management in petroleum facilities, S. Tanuma, T. Akasaka and Y. Okada, Japan Performance of new raters using an observational physical ergonomic risk assessment instrument, K. Streilein, E. Irwin and T. Armstrong Pragmatic measures to vitalize railroad-station-service employees' activities that can reinforce customers' safety and comfort, N. Tsuji, R. Ikeda and Y. Okada, Japan Human reliability of chemicals trucks filling process, C.-W. Lu and C.-Y. Wu, Taiwan An improvement of staffs' motivation/satisfaction for safety activities in a railroad operation department, R. Nihongi and Y. Okada, Japan New forms of education as part of effective management of occupational safety and health at work, K. Habina, J. Donic and A. Lezovicova, Slovakia BBS program (behavior based safety)- Way to raising the level of health and safety in practice, H. Pacaiova, A. Nagyova and S. Markulik, Slovakia Using fuzzy set theory to model resilience in safe-critical organizations, C. Grecco, M. Vidal and P. Carvalho, Brazil Identification of high risk patients for colonoscopy surveillance from EMR text, E. Sherer, H.-Y. Huang, T. Imperiale, G. Nanda and M. Lehto, USA The effects of repetitive lifting on heart rate responses and perceived exertion in a young and middle-aged population, M. Boocock and G. Mawston, New Zealand WORK RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS In vivo investigation of the effects of force and posture on carpal tunnel pressure, R. McGorry and N. Fallentin, USA, J. Andersen, Canada, P. Keir, and T. Hansen, Denmark, J.-H. Lin and G. Pransky, USA Analysis and evaluation of muscular strain while working with large scale touchscreens, J. Butzler, S. Vetter, M. Kremer, N. Jochems and C. Schlick, Germany Shoulder muscle loading during repetitive reaching task among younger and older adults, J. Qin, J.-H. Lin and X. Xu, USA Whole-body vibration when operating mobile machinery, S. Fiserova, Czech Republic An assessment of manual material handling and postural stress among the warehouse workers, H. Bhatt and P. Sharma, India Effects of different inclination angles on biomechanical loading of the shoulder and hand while pushing construction carts, Y.-H. Lin, Taiwan Effects of restrictive clothing on lumbar range of motion in adolescent workers, W. Eungpinichpong, P. Areeudomwong, N. Pramodhyakul, V. Buttagat, M. Swangnetr, D. Kaber, USA, and R. Puntumetakul, Thailand Investigations on eye movement activities in the manually controlled rendezvous and docking of space vehicles, Y. Tian, S. Chen, C. Wang, Q. Yan and Z. Wang, China Upper limb strength expression during work simulated tasks in a cohort of black African males, S. Davies and T. Goba, South Africa A work-rest allowance model based individual fatigue and recovery attributes, L. Ma and Z. Zhang, China Evaluation and prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders in Hungary, G. Szabo, Hungary The analysis of complexload of machine production workers, M. Kapustova, I. Turekova and K. Balog, Slovak Republic A design proposal of confirmation/check task to ensure workers' active will, R. Ikeda, N. Tsuji, T. Akasaka and Y. Okada, Japan Enhancement of workers' capability to analyze the latent factors in troubles, T. Maeda, T. Akasaka and Y. Okada, Japan Effects of vibration exposure on action judgment: A field test for professional drivers, N. Costa, P. Arezes and R. Melo, Portugal An investigation into blood pressure of blue collar workers of casting and forging SMEs: A study in India, L. Singh, India Ergonomics and quality interventions in woodworking technological processes for lightening the workload, H. Kalkis, V. Kalkis, Z. Roja, V. Praude and I. Rezepina, Latvia ERGONOMICS AND SYSTEM DESIGN Design standards and layout methods of multi-information visual interface based on eye movement of flight simulator, H. Jun and X. Li, China, K. Sato, USA, L. Yao and Y. Jiang, China A study of universal design principles assessment, M. Mustaquim, Sweden Hand/handle interface affects bi-manual pushing strength, J.-H. Lin, R. McGorry and C.-C. Chang, USA Research on evaluation and optimization design method of product sensory quality, F. Guo, Y. Sun, M. Zhu, L. Zhao and N. Xu, China Geometric dimension model of virtual human for ergonomic analysis of man-machine system, Z. Qianxiang, D. Songtao, L. Zhongqi and Z. Xiaohui, China Influence of interface compatibility on the spacecraft tracing performance in vibration environment, C. Wang, T. Jiang and P. Teng, China Design and evaluation of a standing platform for reducing the physical strains faced by workers on guyed telecommunication towers, H.-C. Chen, T.-L. Lin, C.-L. Lee and C.-Y. Chen, Taiwan An analysis of grip design for manual hammer stapling tool, A. Sengupta and W. Latta, USA Space operation system based on human-in-the-loop, S. Guo, D. Li and C. Fan, China Transformation between different local coordinate systems of scapula, X. Xu, J.-H. Lin, K. Li and V. Tan, USA The system of coordinating security for the construction of nuclear power, J. Donic, A. Lezovicova and K. Habina, Slovakia Performance assessment and optimization of HSE management systems with human error and ambiguity by an integrated fuzzy multivariate approach in a large conventional power plant manufacturer, A. Azadeh and Z. Jiryaei and A. Farmand, Iran The analysis on force of door operation of applying universal design and the mechanism design of measurement device, S.-B. Wang, K.-C. Lin, and C.-F. Wu, Taiwan Ergonomic design of classroom furniture for elementary schools, M. Goncalves and P. Arezes, Portugal Materialization of the storage halls lighting, I. Turekova, M. Rusko and J. Harangozo, Slovak Republic Nail clipper design for elderly population, H. C. Wu, Y.-C. Lin and C.-H. Hou, Taiwan An adjustable assistive chair design for older people, C. Huang, Taiwan A comparative study of static balance before and after a simulated firefighting drill in career and volunteer Italian firefighters, M. Pau, G. Cadoni, B. Leban and A. Loi, Italy ERGONOMIC METHODS AND TASK ANALYSIS Prediction of drowsiness using multivariate analysis of biological information and driving performance, A. Murata, Y. Okubo, T. Hayami and M. Moriwaka, Japan Development of measurement method of individual hazard perception, A. Hirose and D. Takeda, Japan The evaluation of heat transfer using the foot manikin, U. Reischl, USA, I. Salopek Cubric, Z. Skenderi and B. Mijovic, Croatia A Bayesian based model application to the prediction of task accuracy - Case study on call center's agents dialog, E. Darmaningrat and S.-C. Lin, China Study on the control rules of X-axis relative speed of chase spacecraft during the manual control rendezvous and docking, T. Zhiqiang, J. Ting, W. Chunhui and J. Guohua, China Ergonomic work analysis applied to maintenance activities at a pilot plant of oil and gas industry, M. Zamberlan, C. Guimaraes, G. Cid, A. Paranhos and J. Oliveira, Brazil Fuzzy Bayesian based classification of call center agent activity, S.-C. Lin, Taiwan, M. Lehto and S. Leman, USA Testing of chosen Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as per standard STN EN ISO 15025:2003, L. Makovicka Osvaldova, A. Osvald and P. Makovicky, Slovak Republic Occupational medical service in practice, A. Lezovicova, J. Donic and K. Habina, Slovakia Head and facial anthropometry of young Chinese male aged 18-35 years old, X. Zheng, S. Ding, Q. Zhou, T. Liu, X. Yuan and L. Guojie, China The suitable sampling duration for performing consecutive maximum voluntary contraction gripping exertions without fatigue, P.-C. Sung and C.-L. Lee, Taiwan Basic study on automotive warning presentation to front/rear hazard by vibrotactile stimulation, A. Murata, S. Kemori, T. Hayami and M. Moriwaka, Japan Characterization of the hand bike sport gesture: A quantitative kinematic analysis and an ergonomic assessment of different vehicle adjustments, M. Mazzola, F. Costa and G. Andreoni, Italy Parameters in phases of causal dependency in the occurrence of negative phenomena, J. Sinay, A. Nagyova, S. Vargova and F. Kalafut, Slovakia Determination of muscles fatigue for production packers and sawing machine operators in furniture enterprise using myotonometry, V. Kalkis, Z. Roja and H. Kalkis, Latvia Heart rate monitoring - physical load objective evaluation method for nurses and assistants of nurses, Z. Roja, V. Kalkis, I. Roja and H. Kalkis, Latvia Ergonomic analysis of rice field plowing, M. Swangnetr, P. Namkorn, C. Phimphasak, and K. Saenlee, Thailand, D. Kaber, USA, O. Buranruk and R. Puntumetakul, Thailand Automatic landmark identification from three dimensional (3D) human body data using geometric characteristics, J. Niu, Y. Wu, F. Hou, A. Feng and X. Chen, China Evaluation of office chairs by measuring the seat pressure variations in daily office work, J. Park, S. Kim, M. Kim, H. Jung and Y. Shim, Korea|
|Název edice:||Advances in human factors and ergonomics series.|
|Odpovědnost:||edited by Tareq Z. Ahram and Waldemar Karwowski.|
"Preface The discipline of human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) is concerned with the design of products, process, services, and work systems to assure their productive, safe and satisfying use by people. Physical ergonomics involves the design of working environments to fit human physical abilities. By understanding the constraints and capabilities of the human body and mind, we can design products, services and environments that are effective, reliable, safe and comfortable for everyday use. A thorough understanding of the physical characteristics of a wide range of people is essential in the development of consumer products and systems. Human performance data serve as valuable information to designers and help ensure that the final products will fit the targeted population of end users. Mastering physical ergonomics and safety engineering concepts is fundamental to the creation of products and systems that people are able to use, avoidance of stresses, and minimization of the risk for accidents. This book focuses on the advances in the physical HF/E and safety, which are a critical aspect in the design of any human-centered technological system. The ideas and practical solutions described in the book are the outcome of dedicated research by academics and practitioners aiming to advance theory and practice in this dynamic and all-encompassing discipline."--