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This version has been revised to carry clean insights into the rules and perform of anthropometrics, workspace layout, sitting and seating, palms and handles, ergonomics within the workplace, ergonomics in the house, and future health and defense at paintings.

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Women’s shoes (and men’s shoes to a lesser extent) are subject to periodic changes in fashion. The products and spaces we design will presumably remain in use over several of these fashion cycles. In theory therefore we should base our heel height correction on the midpoint about which these cycles oscillate. In theory also we should add an increment to the standard deviation of our dimension as well as the mean, to allow for variability in heel height. In practice, however, variability in heel height is small compared with anthropometric variability and a uniform increment to all percentiles will be adequate.

5th %ile. 3 The principle of the limiting user The limiting user is that hypothetical member of the user population who, by virtue of his or her physical (or mental) characteristics, imposes the most severe constraint on the design of the artefact. In clearance problems the bulky person is the limiting user; in reach problems the small person is the limiting user. 4 Posture A person’s working posture will be determined (at least in part) by the relationship between the dimensions of his body and those of his workstation.

26 Head length Definition Distance between the glabella (the most anterior point on the forehead between the brow ridges) and the occiput (back of the head) in the midline. 7). 27 Head breadth Definition Maximum breadth of the head above the level of the ears. Applications Clearance. Corrections Add 35 mm for clearance across the ears; up to 90 mm for protective helmets. 13 Body dimensions. 28 Hand length Definition Distance from the crease of the wrist to the tip of the middle finger with the hand held straight and stiff.

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