2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-69162011000200016
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Alteração do campo visual em função do uso de cabinas em tratores agrícolas

Abstract: RESUMO:Com o objetivo de avaliar a alteração do campo visual de um trator, ocasionada pela instalação de uma cabina, foram determinadas as áreas de visibilidade nula em função da presença ou não da mesma, para cada campo visual. Os procedimentos adotados basearam-se na norma ISO 5721-1981 -Agricultural tractors -Operator's field of vision. A cabina aumentou em 34,42% a área de visibilidade nula. A relação área de projeção do trator/área total sombreada foi de 0,075 para o trator sem cabina, e 0,057 para o trat… Show more

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“…It is worth mentioning that the use of the cabin can reduce the viewing area by up to 35%, having thus a negative influence on the visual field, as compared to a tractor without cabin (Schlosser, Dallmeyer, Debiasi, Menegas, & Nietiedt, 2011). Thus, upon selecting a tractor, one should evaluate the visibility provided by the cabin as well as check the field of view of critical points that may offer higher accident risk, such as crushing or running over; in such cases, rear view mirrors will facilitate better viewing.…”
Section: Acta Scientiarum Technologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is worth mentioning that the use of the cabin can reduce the viewing area by up to 35%, having thus a negative influence on the visual field, as compared to a tractor without cabin (Schlosser, Dallmeyer, Debiasi, Menegas, & Nietiedt, 2011). Thus, upon selecting a tractor, one should evaluate the visibility provided by the cabin as well as check the field of view of critical points that may offer higher accident risk, such as crushing or running over; in such cases, rear view mirrors will facilitate better viewing.…”
Section: Acta Scientiarum Technologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is important to mention that the design of machine booths must be done considering the maximum reduction of supports that hinder the operator's field of vision concerning the workplace (SCHLOSSER et al, 2011). It should also be noted that there are machines with different design features in terms of the hydraulic crane, which can be located at the side, front or above the booth.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%