For a sophomore/junior level course called either Human factors Engineering or Ergonomics. Taught in Industrial Engineering Departments or Mechanical Engineering.A reference book written by a practicing ergonomics engineer, explores the "why" and "how" of human engineering/ergonomics.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : (NOTE: Each chapter begins with Overview and concludes with Summary and Challenges.)
What Ergonomics Is. What Ergonomics Does. Goals of This Book. How This Book Is Organized. How to Use This Book. The Development of Ergonomics. The Ergonomic Knowledge Base. Sources of Ergonomic Information. Addresses.
I. THE ERGONOMIC KNOWLEDGE BASE.1. The Anatomical and Mechanical Structure of the Human Body.
Development of the Human Race. Anthropology and Anthropometry. Box of Samples. How to Get Missing Data. Design Procedures. Human Biomechanics. The Skeletal System. Biomechanical Description of the Body. Human Strength.2. How the Body Does Its Work.
The Respiratory System. The Circulatory System. The Metabolic System. Assessment of Energy Expenditures at Work. Energy Requirements at Work.3. How the Mind Works.
Introduction. The "Traditional" and the "Ecological"Concepts. Organization of the Nervous System. Enhancing Performance.
- Data Publicarii : 2001
- Editie : 2
- Format : Hardback
- Numar pagini : 695
- ISBN : 9780137524785