Temporary changes in vibrotactile perception during operation of impact power tools: A preliminary report
Keywords:Acoustic wave effects, Human engineering, Transfer functions, Vibrations (mechanical), Waveform analysis, Impact power tools
AbstractThe temporary changes in vibrotactile perception during operation of impact power tools were analyzed. The waveforms were applied to an electro-dynamic vibration exciter after reducing the low-frequency roll-off in its electromechanical transfer functions. The result showed that the primary influence on temporary threshold shift was related to the frequency-weighting function used to form acceleration-time history.
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