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Investigation of Seating Burden Reduction Technologies in Considerationof Individual Diff erences in Spinal Shape


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Author(J)1) 太田 誠, 2) 平山 健太, 3) 櫻井 篤実
Author(E)1) Makoto Ohta, 2) Kenta Hirayama, 3) Atsumi Sakurai
Affiliation(J)1) 本田技研工業, 2) 本田技研工業, 3) 本田技術研究所


Abstract(E)The purpose of this research is to reduce physical burden when driving. For subjects with the spine shape that tend to sense burden easily, investigated how to support the body by the seat. As a result, it was found that by supporting from the 3rd lumbar vertebra to the 3rd sacral vertebra properly, even people who tend to sense the physical burden at the shoulder and the lower lumbar can reduce the burden.

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