By W. H. Chan, Alan H. S. Chan (auth.), Alan H. S. Chan, Sio-Iong Ao (eds.)
Advances in commercial Engineering and Operations learn compiles revised and prolonged articles written through sought after researchers partaking within the overseas MultiConference of Engineers and machine Scientists (IMECS) 2007. This quantity addresses production tactics and strategies, optimization, experimental engineering layout, and reliability and qc concepts, in addition to different subject matters, including:
- Quality administration systems
- Computer supported collaborative engineering
- Human elements and ergonomics
- Engineering administration and leadership
- Transportation community design
- Stochastics modeling
- Queueing theory
Advances in business Engineering and Operations learn deals the newest info at the advances in business engineering and operations examine and serves as a good reference paintings for researchers and graduate scholars operating during this area.
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A questionnaire with rating scales was used as a tool to collect data from respondents. Sixty people were randomly selected from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand to participate for satisfaction tests. They were asked to rate their responses after sitting on both chairs. The results showed that the modern bamboo chair is appropriate to use and better than the old one. 01. 67%, respectively. Therefore, as shown in the results, the modern bamboo chair is appropriate for shape and could be used to replace the old one.
56–71 kg. 72–85 kg. 40–55 kg. 56–71 kg. 72–85 kg. 11 Analysis of the weight of participants who rated the modern bamboo chair on dimensional appropriateness Appropriate SH SW SD SB HA Inappropriate 40–55 kg. 56–71 kg. 72–85 kg. 40–55 kg. 56–71 kg. 72–85 kg. 13 show the results that rated the culture and modern bamboo chairs as dimensionally appropriate for height. This dimension was divided into three classes: 150 to 160 cm, 161 to 170 cm, and 171 to 180 cm. 12. The height appropriateness level was found to be more appropriate for the tallest participants.
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