This edition has been revised to bring fresh insights into the principles and practice of anthropometrics, workspace design, sitting and seating, hands and. “A review of: “Bodyspace: Anthropometry, Ergonomics and Design”. By STEPHEN PHEASANT. (London, Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, ). Bodyspace: Anthropometry, Ergonomics and the Design of Work (3rd ed.) by Stephen Pheasant & Christine M. Haslegrave , pages, $ Boca Raton.
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Application of anthropometry in design — Ch. The tables of anthropometric data presented within focus on human diversity, ethnic differences, growth and development, secular trends, social class and occupation, and ageing. Principles and Practice of Anthropometrics 2.
Publication date ISBN cased pbk. A mathematical synopsis of anthropometrics. The constant need for an authoritative, contemporary, and above all, usable reference is therefore great.
Human diversity — Pt. Profusely illustrated and employing tables of human dimensions anthropometric data Bodyspace provides the means to execute successful ergonomic design of benefit to all-manufacturer, designer, and user alike.
Workspace design — Ch.
Ergonomics in the Office 6. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.
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Ergonomics, Anthropometry and the Design of Work – Introduction 1. Ergonomics, design and anthropometry — Ch. A Mathematical Synopsis of Anthropometrics. Describe the connection issue.
Additional Authors Haslegrave, C. Hands and handles — Ch. Ergonomics at Home 7. Includes bibliographical references p.
Anthropometric data — App. Health andSafety at Work. Nielsen Book Data This edition has been revised to bring fresh insights into the principles and practice of anthropometrics, workspace design, sitting and seating, hands and handles, ergonomics in the office, ergonomics in the home, and health and safety at work.
It is a recommended primary text on teaching courses the world over. Nielsen Book Data Browse related items Start at call number: The bodyspace tables – anthropometric database — Ch.
The book has been substantially revised to include new research and anthropometric surveys, the latest techniques, and changes in legislation that have taken place in recent years.
SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Notes “In the 20 years since the publication of the first edition of Bodyspace, the knowledge base upon which ergonomics rests has increased significantly.
We can tall think of examples of tools we find difficult bodyspade use, places we cannot reach, seats designed for someone else, products not fit for their purpose.
Ergonomics in the office — Ch. Health and safety at work — Pt. Sitting and Seating 4. Skip to search Skip to main content. This edition has been revised to bring fresh insights into the principles and practice of anthropometrics, workspace design, sitting and seating, hands and handles, ergonomics in the office, ergonomics in the home, and health and safety work. Principles and practice of anthropometrics — Ch. Ergonomics in anthrolometry home — Ch.
Sitting and seating — Ch. Nielsen Book Anthroometry Publisher’s Summary Bodyspace has been acclaimed since its original incarnation, and has been completely revised and updated for this second edition. The book’s tables of anthropometric data focus on human diversity, ethnic differences, growth and development, secular trends, social class and occupation, and ageing. Introduction to ergonomic design — Ch.
Hands and Handles 5.
Imprint London ; Bristol, PA: In Bodyspace, the author argues that this is because designers commonly fail to understand the needs of users of their products, and explains that the solution is for designers to design ergonomically.