Published in 1988 International Winter meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers Proceedings: Chicago, IL, December 13, 1986.
NOTE: At the time of publication, the author Richard A. Cavaletto was not yet affiliated with Cal Poly.
Successful guarding strategies requires knowledge of machine functions, the physical and psychological characteristics of man, and the their interactions. Machine hazards are identified along with recognized guarding methods. Material is included that could be used to teach this subject (case study, prob!em set, glossary}.
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering
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