Ergonomic Studies of Manual Stirrup Making Process and Need of Mechanization

presents the in-depth study of manual stirrup making process that was
conducted on operators in various age groups, in terms of oxygen consumption measured by oxylog, work required, energy expenditure, evaluation of physical working capacity, dimensional accuracy and rate of production of stirrups.


Considering the limitations of manual stirrup making process, it is thought to mechanize the process so that productivity is increased and it will also create good working conditions and relief to operator.

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Tue, 12/04/2011 - 07:48