Human response to WBV is a complex phenomenon. During exposure to WBV many different psychological, psychophysical and physical factors, such as individual susceptibility, body characteristics and posture together with the frequency, direction, magnitude and duration of vibration are relevant in investigation of unwanted effects.
Standards for measuring and evaluating human exposures to vibration use uncertain frequency weightings and time dependencies but allow legislation for the protection of those exposed. The standards may appear useful, but it is necessary to distinguish between standards and knowledge—between what is accepted to reach a consensus and what can be accepted as proven. Paper will give review of scientific papers and show significant differences in conclusions about vibration duration and implemented method influence on whole body comfort during laboratory investigations.
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