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Effects of vibration on man: effects of low-frequency sinusoidal and random vibrations on the physiology and biochemistry of human body-fluids

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posted on 2020-10-12, 14:37 authored by Mustafa A. Abu-Lisan
Fear of ground motion or tremors appears to be deep-rooted in man, and throughout the animal kingdom down to the simplest species. Man, as a mechanical system, is extremely complex and his mechanical properties readily undergo change. As far as vibration is concerned, man is a system of springs and masses, both amplifies and attenuates vibrations according to the laws of vibration dynamics. consequently, man's sensitivity to vibration is not simple but changes in a complex way with: the frequency of vibration, the magnitude, the duration (exposure time), the site area and direction of transmission of the vibration to the body. [Continues.]

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  • Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

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Loughborough University of Technology

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© M.A. Abu-Lisan

Publication date

1977

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A Master's Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Science of Loughborough University of Technology.

Language

  • en

Supervisor(s)

E.J. Hamley

Qualification name

  • MSc

Qualification level

  • Masters

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