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Evaluation of Effect of Handle Vibration Diesel-Fueled Single-Axle Tractor on Handgrip Strength of Operators
Background: The transmission of vibration from a single-axis tractor to the human body is determined by its dynamic response; this, in turn, depends on the physical characteristics of a person's hand, the contact area, the strength of the grip, the push force of the tractor, and the position. The purpose of this work was to measure and evaluate handgrip strength and fatigue resistance for operators of a 15 horsepower single-axle tractor before and after vibration exposure. Methods: Gripdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-118652/v1 fatcat:tats5z7mybfipnjh2voovqrlu4