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Whole-body oscillatory motion and road-transport innovations: A human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective within a ride-quality framework

Whole-body oscillatory motion and road-transport innovations: A human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective within a ride-quality framework
Whole-body oscillatory motion and road-transport innovations: A human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective within a ride-quality framework
In the belief that the field of study of human responses to whole-body oscillatory motion falls within the ambit of human factors and ergonomics, a human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective is adopted here in an attempt to recognise some possible applicative reverberations of expected road-transport innovations. The need for a general framework taking into account ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ features as well as ‘subjective’ and ‘objective’ implications is identified. The comprehensive concept of ride quality is suggested as a good candidate to cope with the complexity of the open problems.
Road transport, Electric vehicles, Autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, Sharing economy, Whole-body vibration, Seated body, Ride quality, Ride comfort, Seating, Seat comfort, Seat design, Seat belts, Ergonomics, Human factors, Human factors engineering, NVH, Kansei engineering, Vehicle safety, Automotive engineering, Standardisation
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Cranfield University
D'Amore, Francesco
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Qiu, Yi
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Zioupos, Peter
D'Amore, Francesco
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Qiu, Yi
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Zioupos, Peter

D'Amore, Francesco and Qiu, Yi (2017) Whole-body oscillatory motion and road-transport innovations: A human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective within a ride-quality framework. Zioupos, Peter (ed.) In HRV2017: 52nd Human Response to Vibration Conference and Workshop: Covering all aspects of sound, shock and vibration effects. Cranfield University. pp. 1-14 .

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In the belief that the field of study of human responses to whole-body oscillatory motion falls within the ambit of human factors and ergonomics, a human-factor-and-ergonomics perspective is adopted here in an attempt to recognise some possible applicative reverberations of expected road-transport innovations. The need for a general framework taking into account ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ features as well as ‘subjective’ and ‘objective’ implications is identified. The comprehensive concept of ride quality is suggested as a good candidate to cope with the complexity of the open problems.

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Published date: September 2017
Venue - Dates: 52nd UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration (UK HRV 2017), Sudbury House, Faringdon, United Kingdom, 2017-09-05 - 2017-09-06
Keywords: Road transport, Electric vehicles, Autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, Sharing economy, Whole-body vibration, Seated body, Ride quality, Ride comfort, Seating, Seat comfort, Seat design, Seat belts, Ergonomics, Human factors, Human factors engineering, NVH, Kansei engineering, Vehicle safety, Automotive engineering, Standardisation

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Local EPrints ID: 414232
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/414232
PURE UUID: d39be96e-0ccf-4e43-96b4-87db53db279a
ORCID for Francesco D'Amore: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6768-4043

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Date deposited: 20 Sep 2017 16:31
Last modified: 12 Dec 2021 04:14

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Author: Yi Qiu
Editor: Peter Zioupos

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