Relation between vibration levels and perceptive and appreciative judgements of overhead crane operators.

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The objective of the study was to determine what conditions of exposure to vibrations were responsible for the complaints by workers and what the maximum acceptable vibration levels should be. Vibration was characterized by the unweighted intensity exceeded during 10% of the time (L10) and by the global weighted equivalent intensity (Leqw) during… (More)

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@article{Malchaire1991RelationBV, title={Relation between vibration levels and perceptive and appreciative judgements of overhead crane operators.}, author={Jacques B. Malchaire and Andr{\'e} Piette}, journal={The Annals of occupational hygiene}, year={1991}, volume={35 6}, pages={613-8} }