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Ofis Sandalyeleri için Ergonomik Tasarım Yaklaşımlarının Uygunluk Seviyelerine Göre Karşılaştırılması

Year 2022, Volume 22, Issue 2, 85 - 93, 27.09.2022
https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1178865

Abstract

Çalışmanın amacı: Ofis mobilyalarının çalışanların antropometrisine dayalı olarak tasarlanması, konforlarını, performanslarını ve ciddi durumlarda sağlıklarını etkilediği için çok önemlidir. Ayarlanabilen sandalyeler, tipik olarak kullanıcı popülasyonunun belirli bir yüzdesi için tasarlanır. Ancak bu tasarım yaklaşımı, bir sandalyenin birden fazla tasarım boyutuna sahip olması nedeniyle amaçlandığı gibi bir uygunluk seviyesi sağlamayabilir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, yüzdelik-temelli tasarım yaklaşımı ile kişi-temelli tasarım yaklaşımını uygunluk seviyelerine göre karşılaştırmaktır. Materyal ve yöntem: 2012 ANSUR II veri tabanından 4.082 erkekten oluşan bir örneklem, iki tasarım yaklaşımını uygunluk seviyesine göre karşılaştırmak için kullanılmıştır. Nihai uygunluk seviyesinin istenen uygunluk seviyesinden farklı olup olmadığını araştırmak için ayarlanabilir bir ofis koltuğu tasarlanmıştır. Dört antropometrik ölçü kullanılarak, dört sandalye boyutu için alt ve üst sınırlar, kullanıcıların %95'ini kapsayacak şekilde hesaplanmıştır. Temel sonuçlar: Toplam 728 deneğin antropometrik ölçüleri (%17.83), en az bir sandalye boyutu için eşleşmemiştir ve ayarlanabilir sandalyenin, amaçlandığı gibi %95 yerine kullanıcıların %82.17'sine uygun olduğu tespit edilmiştir. İki ilave sandalye boyutu (sırtlık yüksekliği ve genişliği) ise uygunluk seviyesini %77.36'ya düşürmüştür. Araştırma vurguları: Tipik bir sandalye tasarımında on bir farklı sandalye boyutunun dikkate alındığı düşünüldüğünde, uygunluk seviyesinin daha da düşük olacağını varsaymak gerekir.

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  • Wang, X., Cardoso, M., & Beurier, G. (2018). Effects of seat parameters and sitters’ anthropometric dimensions on seat profile and optimal compressed seat pan surface. Applied Ergonomics, 73, 13-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2018.05.015
  • Winkel, J. & Jorgensen, K. (1986). Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work. Ergonomics, 29(2), 313-328.
  • Yanto, Lu, C.-W. & Lu, J.-M. (2017). Evaluation of the Indonesian National Standard for elementary school furniture based on children’s anthropometry. Applied Ergonomics, 62, 168-181. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2017.03.004
  • Zemp, R., Taylor, W.R. & Lorenzetti, S. (2015). Are pressure measurements effective in the assessment of office chair comfort/discomfort? A review. Applied Ergonomics, 48, 273-282. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2014.12.010

Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level

Year 2022, Volume 22, Issue 2, 85 - 93, 27.09.2022
https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1178865

Abstract

Aim of study: It is very important to design office furniture based on the anthropometry of employees because it affects their comfort, performance, and in serious cases, their health. Adjustable chairs are typically designed for a certain percentile of the user population. However, this design approach may not provide an accommodation level as intended because a chair has more than one design dimension. The objective of this study is to compare the percentile-based design approach and subject-based design approach by accommodation level. Material and methods: A sample of 4.082 males from the 2012 ANSUR II database was used to compare two design approaches by accommodation level. An adjustable office chair was designed to investigate whether or not the final accommodation level differed from the desired accommodation level. Using four anthropometric measurements, the lower and upper limits for four chair dimensions are calculated to cover 95% of users. Main results: The anthropometric measurements of a total of 728 subjects (17.83%) did not match for at least one chair dimension, resulting in the adjustable chair accommodating 82.17% of users, rather than 95% as intended. Two additional chair dimensions (backrest height and width) reduced the accommodation level to 77.36%. Highlights: Considering that eleven different chair dimensions are considered in a typical chair design, it is reasonable to assume that the accommodation level will be even lower.

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  • Kelly, C.L. (2005). The Beauty of Fit: Proportion and Anthropometry in Chair Design. Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • Kothiyal, K. & Tettey, S. (2001). Anthropometry for Design for the Elderly. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 7(1), 15-34. https://doi.org/10.1080/10803548.2001.11076474
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  • Lee, J., Cho, N., Yun, M.H. & Lee, Y. (2020). Data-Driven Design Solution of a Mismatch Problem between the Specifications of the Multi-Function Console in a Jangbogo Class Submarine and the Anthropometric Dimensions of South Koreans Users. Applied Sciences, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.3390/app10010415
  • Molenbroek, J.F.M., Kroon-Ramaekers, Y.M.T. & Snijders, C.J. (2003). Revision of the design of a standard for the dimensions of school furniture. Ergonomics, 46(7), 681-694. https://doi.org/10.1080/0014013031000085635
  • Nelson, N.A. & Silverstein, B.A. (1998). Workplace Changes Associated with a Reduction in Musculoskeletal Symptoms in Office Workers. Human Factors, 40(2), 337-350. https://doi.org/10.1518/001872098779480398
  • Nijholt, N., Tuinhof, T., Bouwens, J.M.A., Schultheis, U. & Vink, P. (2016). An estimation of the human head, neck and back contour in an aircraft seat. Work (Reading, Mass.), 54(4), 913-923. https://doi.org/10.3233/WOR-162355
  • Noshin, L., Sen Gupta, H. & Kibria, Md. G. (2018). Office chair design: A systematic approach of ergonomic design based on the anthropometric measurement of Bangladeshi people. International Journal of Research in Industrial Engineering, 7(2), 224-234. https://doi.org/10.22105/riej.2018.128451.1040
  • Parcells, C., Stommel, M. & Hubbard, R.P. (1999). Mismatch of classroom furniture and student body dimensions: Empirical findings and health implications. Journal of Adolescent Health, 24(4), 265-273. ScienceDirect.
  • Parvez, M.S., Parvin, F., Shahriar, M.M. & Kibria, G. (2018). Design of Ergonomically Fit Classroom Furniture for Primary Schools of Bangladesh. Journal of Engineering, 2018, 3543610. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/3543610
  • Pheasant, S. (1984). Anthropometrics: An Introduction for Schools and Colleges. British Standards Institution.
  • Pynt, J., Higgs, J. & Mackey, M. (2001). Seeking the Optimal Posture of the Seated Lumbar Spine. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 17, 5. https://doi.org/10.1080/09593980151143228
  • Qutubuddin, S.M., Hebbal, S.S. & Kumar, A.C. S. (2013). Anthropometric Consideration for Designing Students Desks in Engineering Colleges. International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, 3, 1179-1185.
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  • Robertson, M. & Michael O’Neill. (1999). Effects of Environmental Control on Stress, Performance and Group Effectiveness. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 43(8), 552-556. https://doi.org/10.1177/154193129904300801
  • Roossien, C.C., Stegenga, J., Hodselmans, A.P., Spook, S.M., Koolhaas, W., Brouwer, S., Verkerke, G.J. & Reneman, M.F. (2017). Can a smart chair improve the sitting behavior of office workers? Applied Ergonomics, 65, 355-361. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2017.07.012
  • Saes, M., Ribeiro, C. & Muccillo-Baisch, A.L. (2015). Prevalence of musculoskeletal pain and its association with inadequate school furniture. Revista Dor, 16(2), 124-128.
  • Taifa, I.W. & Desai, D.A. (2017). Anthropometric measurements for ergonomic design of students’ furniture in India. Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 20(1), 232-239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jestch.2016.08.004
  • Triglav, J., Howe, E., Cheema, J., Dube, B., Fenske, M.J., Strzalkowski, N. & Bent, L. (2019). Physiological and cognitive measures during prolonged sitting: Comparisons between a standard and multi-axial office chair. Applied Ergonomics, 78, 176-183. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2019.03.002
  • van Dieën, J.H., de Looze, M.P. & Hermans, V. (2001). Effects of dynamic office chairs on trunk kinematics, trunk extensor EMG and spinal shrinkage. Ergonomics, 44(7), 739-750. https://doi.org/10.1080/00140130120297
  • van Niekerk, S.-M., Louw, Q.A., Grimmer-Somers, K., Harvey, J. & Hendry, K.J. (2013). The anthropometric match between high school learners of the Cape Metropole area, Western Cape, South Africa and their computer workstation at school. Applied Ergonomics, 44(3), 366-371. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2012.09.008
  • Wang, X., Cardoso, M., & Beurier, G. (2018). Effects of seat parameters and sitters’ anthropometric dimensions on seat profile and optimal compressed seat pan surface. Applied Ergonomics, 73, 13-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2018.05.015
  • Winkel, J. & Jorgensen, K. (1986). Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work. Ergonomics, 29(2), 313-328.
  • Yanto, Lu, C.-W. & Lu, J.-M. (2017). Evaluation of the Indonesian National Standard for elementary school furniture based on children’s anthropometry. Applied Ergonomics, 62, 168-181. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2017.03.004
  • Zemp, R., Taylor, W.R. & Lorenzetti, S. (2015). Are pressure measurements effective in the assessment of office chair comfort/discomfort? A review. Applied Ergonomics, 48, 273-282. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2014.12.010

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Celal GÜNGÖR This is me (Primary Author)
İZMİR KATİP ÇELEBİ ÜNİVERSİTESİ, ORMAN FAKÜLTESİ, ORMAN ENDÜSTRİSİ MÜHENDİSLİĞİ BÖLÜMÜ
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Early Pub Date September 24, 2022
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Bibtex @research article { kastorman1178865, journal = {Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty}, issn = {1303-2399}, eissn = {1309-4181}, address = {}, publisher = {Kastamonu University}, year = {2022}, volume = {22}, number = {2}, pages = {85 - 93}, doi = {10.17475/kastorman.1178865}, title = {Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level}, key = {cite}, author = {Güngör, Celal} }
APA Güngör, C. (2022). Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level . Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty , 22 (2) , 85-93 . DOI: 10.17475/kastorman.1178865
MLA Güngör, C. "Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level" . Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 (2022 ): 85-93 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/kastorman/issue/72672/1178865>
Chicago Güngör, C. "Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level". Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 (2022 ): 85-93
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level AU - CelalGüngör Y1 - 2022 PY - 2022 N1 - doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1178865 DO - 10.17475/kastorman.1178865 T2 - Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 85 EP - 93 VL - 22 IS - 2 SN - 1303-2399-1309-4181 M3 - doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1178865 UR - https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1178865 Y2 - 2022 ER -
EndNote %0 Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level %A Celal Güngör %T Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level %D 2022 %J Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty %P 1303-2399-1309-4181 %V 22 %N 2 %R doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1178865 %U 10.17475/kastorman.1178865
ISNAD Güngör, Celal . "Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level". Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 / 2 (September 2022): 85-93 . https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1178865
AMA Güngör C. Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level. Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty. 2022; 22(2): 85-93.
Vancouver Güngör C. Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level. Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty. 2022; 22(2): 85-93.
IEEE C. Güngör , "Comparison of Ergonomic Design Approaches for Office Chairs by Accommodation Level", Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 85-93, Sep. 2022, doi:10.17475/kastorman.1178865

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