DES ANALYSIS WRK SYS
DES ANALYSIS WRK SYS I E 210
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rafael Yundt I on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to I E 210 at Clemson University taught by Antonia Rodriguez in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see /class/214258/i-e-210-clemson-university in Industrial Engineering at Clemson University.
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Jeopardy questions 1 AnatomyBiomechanics AProvides oxygen for metabolism and dissipates byproducts What is the respiratory system B Energy used for body to function What is Basal metabolism C The S shape of the spine is characterized by these curves What are lordosis inward and kyphosis outword curves E Vertebrae are separated by this What are discs D Blood is composed ofthese 4 elements What are red cells white cells plasma and platelets 2 Anthropometry A This principle accommodates a range of users What is the principle of adjustability B Stature and leg length are typically related in this way What is the correlation between body dimensions C Anthropometric data collected while a worker is working What is functional data D Design such thatmost people won t be too uncomfortable Principle of designing for the average E Doors and elevators etc need to accommodate wheelchair width and turning What is the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 3 Manual Material Handling A Metabolism without the presence of oxygen What is anaerobic metabolism B Oxygen consumption heart rate and Borg Ratings of Perceived Exertions Measuring psychological workload CMost back injuries are associated with this component of the spine What are discs D This occurs when the body cannot consume enough oxygen to keep up with energy requirements What is whole body fatigue E The NIOSH lifting equation calculates this What is the recommended weight limit RWL 4 Hand tools and workstations A We should all try to maintain this when working with tools and keyboards What is a neutral wrist position B This can occur in heel strikes or push offs What is a slip C This area is located directly in front of a person between the waist and chest and between the arms What is the preferred work area D People with this condition have colder hands What is HAVS also vibration white nger E This nerve passes through the carpal tunnel What is the median nerve Final Jeopardy Which of these is the best layout and why ANSWER C
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