Ergonomics – 3rd Edition – ISBN: , Authors: Katrin Kroemer Elbert Henrike Kroemer Anne D. Kroemer Hoffman. eBook ISBN: . 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 amplify human K. H. E. Kroemer, Katrin E. Kroemer-Elbert.
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Effects of Alcohol on the Senses. Ergonomic Design for Disabled Persons. Effects of Alcohol on Automobile Driving.
Effects of Alcohol on Performance of Industrial Tasks. Sources of Ergonomic Information. Suitable Body Motions and Positions at Work. How to Design for Ease and Efficiency. How to Use This Book. How to Get Missing Data. Designing for the Aging. New to This Edition. Changes in Visual Functions. Both physical anthopometric, biomechanical and mental capacities of the human are discussed, as well as the design of the Thermoregulation of the Human Body. Working in Polluted Air.
Biomechanical Strains of the Body. How to Design for Ease and Efficiency, 2nd Edition. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. NEW – New chapters: Selection, Design, and Arrangement of Controls and Displays. Changes in Nervous Functions.
You have successfully signed out and will be required to sign back in should you need to download more resources. How to Design for Ease and Efficiency. Designing for Pregnant Women. Task Performance in General. Human Factors Engineering Industrial Engineering. Organization of the Nervous System. Balancing the Body—The Vestibular Sense. Designing the Home for the Aging.
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. How to Design for Ease and Efficiency.
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Kroemer-Elbert Snippet view – Prolonged Hours of Work and Sleep Deprivation. Ergonomics focuses on human interaction with work tasks and technology and examines ways to amplify human capabilities, utilize human abilities and facilitate human efficiency. The Ergonomic Knowledge Base. Designing for Hand Use. 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.
Other Theories of Color Vision. Strains Associated with Handling Loads. Text covers topics dealing with — Space exploration, Work under water, Scuba diving, New ways to communicate with the computer, Avoiding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other RSIs, Lift belts errgonomics material handling, Designing for “neutral” posture, scheduling work for circadian rhythms and Strenuous efforts at high altitudes.
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Ergonomics: How to Design for Ease and Efficiency, 2nd Edition
Designing for the Sitting Operator. Effects of Alcohol on the Nervous System. Working Strenuously at High Altitudes. NonBiomechanical Factors in ODs.
How Do We Do Ergonomics? Designing for Foot Operation.