Training Simulators Extend Laboratory Testing Techniques for WBV Analysis - Introduction; Proceedings Of The First American Conference On Human Vibration
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Training Simulators Extend Laboratory Testing Techniques for WBV Analysis - Introduction; Proceedings Of The First American Conference On Human Vibration

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      Human testing has always been a needed way to provide information on the effects of vehicle vibration, however, the manner of testing has not reflected the real situations of driver’s hands on a steering wheel and a seat with back support and driving tasks. The typical system have used a standard sinusoidal excitation rather than the typical types of road - truck excitations The new truck driver training simulators provide the combination of road roughness, speed effects, cab environment and individual tasks. The system has a full six axis simulation potential. The simulators have the protection of the individual by a combination of two ways for the individual to stop the motion as well as an operator with visual capability who can stop the testing. The closed simulator, shown in Figure 1, has the potential for providing motion during the operation.
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