Occupational biomechanics by Don B. Chaffin; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biomechanics, Human engineering, Human. PDF download for Occupational Biomechanics (3rd ed.) Edited by Don B. Chaffin , Article Information. No Access. Article Information. Volume: 8 issue: 3, page(s). Occupational Biomechanics Research Status. HUMAN. ANTHROPOMETRY. EXTERNAL FORCES &. MOMENTS. POSTURES &. MOTION DATA. HUMAN.
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Results indicated that deep trunk flexion occurred over times per day and workers spent at least half of their workday in trunk flexion greater than 45 degrees. Although results provide useful insight into injury mechanisms, postural data were two dimensional.
Inertial motion sensors were used in a second field study the following season to examine differences in three-dimensional upper limb and trunk relative joint angles during commonly used tree seedling unloading methods. Results showed trunk rotation up to 50 degrees combined with deep trunk flexion during parts of the task. Trunk flexion and rotation were significantly less when the tree seedling load was distributed asymmetrically as compared to symmetrically. Joint reaction forces in the lower body and trunk during the same unloading methods was examined during a simulated planting task in a lab environment.
Greatest joint reaction forces and non-neutral postures occurred when the tree was inserted into the ground. Right-loaded planting bags resulted in more substantial differences in posture and joint reaction forces than either left-loaded or even-loaded bags. Axial forces were greater in the right leg than the left throughout the task, regardless of loading condition.
In conclusion, underlying biomechanical mechanisms for injury during tree-planting seem to be a combination of awkward postures particularly the trunk , repetitive motions, and carrying of heavy loads.
Different seedling unloading strategies did not result in substantial overall differences in posture or joint reaction forces.
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