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 Title & Authors
Evaluation of Comfortable Improvement of the Tractor Seatbelt
Kim, Kwan-Woo; Kim, Hyuk-Joo; Park, Keun-Sang;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study was to evaluate the convenience of the tractor seatbelt. We selected four healthy men as subjects. We measured their body pressure and examined the comfort of the seatbelt, while driving 50m on three different types of agricultural road with two types of seatbelts: automatic and manual. As results, when they used manual seatbelt, subjective uncomfortable rate was much higher than the automatic seatbelt on all types of road. Especially, body pressure was undistributed while using manual seatbelt on rough road.
 Keywords
Seatbelt;Human-body pressure distribution;Comfort evaluation;Subjective assessment;
 Language
Korean
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