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A study of hand vibration on chipping and grinding operators 2. 4 degree of freedom lumped parameter model of the vibration response of the human hand



A study of hand vibration on chipping and grinding operators 2. 4 degree of freedom lumped parameter model of the vibration response of the human hand



Journal of Sound and Vibration 95(4): 499-514



The results of the development of a 4-degree-of-freedom lumped parameter model of the vibration response characteristics of the human hand were presented. Dynamic complicance measurements were made on 75 foundry workers. Curve fitting techniques were employed to identify the values of the model parameters that yielded empirically generated dynamic compliance curves that correlated well with the measured dynamic compliance values. The agreement was good between 5-1000 Hz in the X- and Y-directions. The agreement was good between 20-1000 Hz in the Z-direction.

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