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Record number 358614
Title Analyse van de blootstelling aan trillingen bij gebruik van landbouwtrekkers = Analysis of the exposure to whole-body and hand-arm vibrations using agricultural tractors
Author(s) Oude Vrielink, H.H.E.
Source Bennekom : ErgoLab Research (Rapport / ErgoLab Research 2007-02) - ISBN 9789085851547
Department(s) Agrotechnology and Food Sciences
AFSG Agrisystems & Environment
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) trilling van het hele lichaam - trekkers - rijgemak - ergonomie - arbeidsomstandigheden - whole body vibration - tractors - ride comfort - ergonomics - working conditions
Categories Ergonomics / Traction
Abstract European and Dutch legislation define maximum values, i.e. action values and limit values, for whole-body vibration (WBV) and hand-arm vibration (HAV) to which employees may be exposed on a working day. The present research aimed to make an estimation of the daily exposure to WBV and HAV when using agricultural tractors during their normal working activities. In addition, it was investigated to which extent exposure can be influenced actively by the driver by his/her choice of different unevenness of surface, driving speed, tyre inflation pressure, tyre type or tractor type.
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