Human Vibration during Fastener Installation
Many manufacturing industries, including aerospace and automotive, are at significant risk for cumulative trauma disorders from high repetition, long duration fastener installation tasks. Ergonomic risk factors including shocks, vibrations and sustained uncomfortable postures are often present in these tasks. We present a data collection methodology and data analysis techniques that considers both static and dynamic forces during fastener installation. The result can be used for tool evaluation and selection.
S. L. Murray et al., "Human Vibration during Fastener Installation," Proceedings of the 10th Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Celebrating the Past-Shaping the Future (2007, Dallas, TX), Institue of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Jan 2007.
10th Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Celebrating the Past-Shaping the Future (2007: March 12-15; Dallas, TX)
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Keywords and Phrases
Applied (CO); Cumulative trauma disorder (CTD); Data analysis techniques; data collection methodology; high repetition; long duration; Manufacturing industries; risk factors; Static and dynamic forces; Data reduction; Dynamic analysis; Ergonomics; Human engineering; Industrial engineering; Lattice vibrations; Locks (fasteners); Mechanics; Static analysis; Statistical methods; Vibrations (mechanical); Vibrators; Risk assessment
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