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Ben F. Willems
07-30-1992, 01:37 AM
Hello all:

At the moment I am prepaing for my dissertation. After my experience with
vibration measurements in the New York City subway system I decided that there
is still a lot to learnand I intend to have the effect of whole-body vibration
on trunk muscle performance and simple manual tasks as my research topic. If
at all possible I intend to build a mock-up of train cabin and force vibration
signals collected earlier onto the driver seat. My question to you is wether
any of you has experience in designing/constructing a 3D shaker configuration.
I would appreciate your elp, you can send your replies directly to my e-mail
address and I can compile the information and make it available to other
biomch-l subscribers.

Thanks in advance!


Ben F. Willems
Hospital for Joint Diseases
Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center
63 Downing Street
New York, NY 10014
U.S. of A.
Phone: (212) 255 6690 ext. 120
Fax: (212) 255 6754
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