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Title: The impact of manikin family configuration on accommodation
Authors: Hogberg, Dan
Case, Keith
Editors: Veiersted, B
Fostervold, KI
Gould, KS
Keywords: Anthropometric diversity
Human simulation
Product design
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Nordic Ergonomics Society
Citation: HOGBERG, D. and CASE, K., 2016. The impact of manikin family configuration on accommodation. IN: B. Veiersted, K.I. Fostervold and K.S. Gould (Eds.) Ergonomics as a tool in future development and value creation, the Proceedings of the Nordic Ergonomics Society Thirty-seventh Annual Conference, (NES 2005), Oslo, Norway, 10-12th Oct, pp. 91-95).
Abstract: The complexity in considering human anthropometric diversity in multivariate problems commonly leads to a situation where more people are excluded by the design than was the objective. Ergonomists and product designers would benefit from tools and methods that make it less demanding to assess and achieve the expected accommodation level of the product in multivariate design problems. One approach is to employ computer manikin families in human simulation tools. This paper discusses how different configurations of two manikin families affect the way they represent targeted users.
Description: This is a conference paper.
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/22060
Publisher Link: http://emediator.no/index.html
ISBN: 82-995747-1-4
Appears in Collections:Published Articles (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)

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