ergonomics

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Synonyms for ergonomics

the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments

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2004) Effects of elbow flexion at the catch position on the force profile of ergonometric rowing.
I enjoy the chance to explore, experiment and combine a subtle mixture of various disciplines, namely technology, psychology, mathematics, ergonometric and finances.
IBISWorld also points to ergonometric plastic milk bottles with handles, milk cartons with plastic lids, and squeezable flexible juice packaging, as the major examples of change within Australia's drink packaging market.
Ehrenberg's six years there were crucial for the development of his conceptual strategies, as evinced in Living in My Art Room: Considerations on the Habitable Space, Ideas for Ergonometric Actions, 1973.
Kaja Gjedebo from Norway gives a sleek bentwood chair some bounce with a wire mesh sent and back, and the Finnish firm Valvomo's 'Chip Lounger', an ergonometric, form-pressed plywood rocking seat, is forked to support each leg.
The ergonometric model says that a man is 5 feet, 9 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds.
FIGURE 15 BEDS, SEATING SYSTEMS, AND ERGONOMETRIC AIDS MARKET LEADERS, 2007 (%) 123