dynamic anthropometry

dynamic anthropometry

[dī′nam·ik ‚an·thrə′päm·ə·trē]
(anthropology)
The study of functional range and pattern of body movements and of the operations that can be performed by the limbs in various positions.
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This is why the data on static and dynamic anthropometry are used to determine spatial conditions at particular workplaces.
Having in mind specific characteristics of the work in sewing processes (short time of performing the operations), future investigations will be based upon necessary dynamic anthropometry and operator's body constitution: endomorphic, mesomorphic and ectomorphic type.
Unlike static anthropometry, dynamic anthropometry is based on the biomechanics, i.
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