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Determination of the key anthropometric and range of motion measurements for the ergonomic design of motorcycle
Measurement ( IF 2.791 ) Pub Date : 2020-03-24 , DOI: 10.1016/j.measurement.2020.107751
Muthiah Arunachalam; Ashish Kumar Singh; Sougata Karmakar

In India, where 92% of motorcycle users are male, existing anthropometry and range of motion (ROM) databases of Indian male motorcyclists are either inadequate in terms of relevant information or not a representative of the whole Indian population. A data-set including 29 anthropometric and 20 ROM measurements were gathered from 120 male participants following Intra- and inter-observer reliability techniques. Using dimensional reduction technique, 14 and 6 most influential anthropometric and ROM variables were identified, which explain almost total variance. The percentage of difference ranged from -26% to 56% was noticed while comparing the variables of the current study with the database of the general population of India as well as other (inter)national databases of the motorcyclist/driver. Although the sample size is relatively less, the developed data-set can be used for the ergonomic design of motorcycles for Indian users till a larger database is generated considering insights from the current study.
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