Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Jiang, Steven X.
Fluid power technology is constantly evolving as a result of the interaction between the human and the system. Systems such as the hydraulic excavator utilize this technology in order to deliver safe, efficient, and effective performance. However, traditional research has placed much emphasis on technical performance rather than on human components. Imbalances of this nature demonstrate inadequate understanding, lack of knowledge, and limited research on the factors affecting performance. This research aims to address these shortcomings by using an integrated approach to better model human performance in fluid power systems.
Hughes, Khaliah K., "Integration Of Cognitive And Physical Factors To Model Human Performance In Fluid Power Systems" (2011). Dissertations. 11.