Whole body vibrations during field operations in the vineyard

  • Pietro Catania | pietro.catania@unipa.it
  • Mariangela Vallone
  • Maria Alleri
  • Giuseppe Morello
  • Giuseppe Spartà
  • Pierluigi Febo

Abstract

Human exposure to mechanical vibration can be a significant risk factor for exposed workers and this also occurs in the agricultural sector, in particular with reference to the driver of the tractor during field operations. The aim of this paper is the evaluation of Whole Body Vibrations for the operator driving tractors during the field operations in the vineyard. The experimental tests were performed using a wheeled and a track-laying tractor.

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2013-09-08
Keywords:
safety, tractor, whole body vibration.
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How to Cite
Catania, P., Vallone, M., Alleri, M., Morello, G., Spartà, G., & Febo, P. (2013). Whole body vibrations during field operations in the vineyard. Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 44(2s). https://doi.org/10.4081/jae.2013.385

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