Prof Neil Mansfield
Prof Neil Mansfield
Head of Engineering, Nottingham Trent University
Verified email at ntu.ac.uk - Homepage
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Human response to vibration
NJ Mansfield
CRC press, 2004
6402004
Influence of carrying heavy loads on soldiers' posture, movements and gait
RL Attwells, SA Birrell, RH Hooper, NJ Mansfield
Ergonomics 49 (14), 1527-1537, 2006
3142006
Non-linearities in apparent mass and transmissibility during exposure to whole-body vertical vibration
NJ Mansfield, MJ Griffin
Journal of biomechanics 33 (8), 933-941, 2000
2322000
Self-reported musculoskeletal problems amongst professional truck drivers
MJM Robb, NJ Mansfield
Ergonomics 50 (6), 814-827, 2007
2022007
A biomechanical analysis of common lunge tasks in badminton
G Kuntze, N Mansfield, W Sellers
Journal of sports sciences 28 (2), 183-191, 2010
1362010
Effects of posture and vibration magnitude on apparent mass and pelvis rotation during exposure to whole-body vertical vibration
NJ Mansfield, MJ GRIFFIN
Journal of Sound and Vibration 253 (1), 93-107, 2002
1242002
Symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders in stage rally drivers and co-drivers
NJ Mansfield, JM Marshall
British journal of sports medicine 35 (5), 314-320, 2001
1032001
Evaluation of reaction time performance and subjective workload during whole-body vibration exposure while seated in upright and twisted postures with and without armrests
GS Newell, NJ Mansfield
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 38 (5-6), 499-508, 2008
1002008
Difference thresholds for automobile seat vibration
NJ Mansfield, MJ Griffin
Applied Ergonomics 31 (3), 255-261, 2000
962000
Design of digital filters for frequency weightings required for risk assessments of workers exposed to vibration
AN Rimell, NJ Mansfield
Industrial Health 45 (4), 512-519, 2007
812007
Effect of magnitude of vertical whole-body vibration on absorbed power for the seated human body
NJ Mansfield, MJ Griffin
Journal of sound and vibration 215 (4), 813-825, 1998
791998
Effect of long term driving on driver discomfort and its relationship with seat fidgets and movements (SFMs)
GM Sammonds, M Fray, NJ Mansfield
Applied Ergonomics 58, 119-127, 2017
782017
The apparent mass of the seated human exposed to single-axis and multi-axis whole-body vibration
NJ Mansfield, S Maeda
Journal of Biomechanics 40 (11), 2543-2551, 2007
722007
Impedance methods (apparent mass, driving point mechanical impedance and absorbed power) for assessment of the biomechanical response of the seated person to whole-body vibration
NJ Mansfield
Industrial Health 43 (3), 378-389, 2005
712005
Driver discomfort in vehicle seats–Effect of changing road conditions and seat foam composition
N Mansfield, G Sammonds, L Nguyen
Applied ergonomics 50, 153-159, 2015
682015
Comparison of the apparent masses and cross-axis apparent masses of seated humans exposed to single-and dual-axis whole-body vibration
NJ Mansfield, S Maeda
Journal of Sound and Vibration 298 (3), 841-853, 2006
572006
The apparent mass of the human body exposed to non-orthogonal horizontal vibration
NJ Mansfield, R Lundström
Journal of Biomechanics 32 (12), 1269-1278, 1999
571999
Evaluation of subjective responses to whole-body vibration exposure: Effect of frequency content
S Maeda, NJ Mansfield, N Shibata
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 38 (5-6), 509-515, 2008
552008
Comparison of subjective responses to vibration and shock with standard analysis methods and absorbed power
NJ Mansfield, P Holmlund, R Lundström
Journal of Sound and Vibration 230 (3), 477-491, 2000
532000
Effect of vibration magnitude, vibration spectrum and muscle tension on apparent mass and cross axis transfer functions during whole-body vibration exposure
NJ Mansfield, P Holmlund, R Lundström, P Lenzuni, P Nataletti
Journal of biomechanics 39 (16), 3062-3070, 2006
522006
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