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2001-01-2164 The Effects of
 

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2001-01-2164
The Effects of
Extravehicular Activity Gloves on
Human Hand Performance
Melissa H. Welsh David L. Akin
Space Systems Laboratory University of Maryland
ABSTRACT
Past approaches to space suit glove evaluation have
primarily been subjective. This report details efforts at
the University of Maryland Space Systems Laboratory
to use standardized dexterity tests and advanced
biomechanics instrumentation to provide objective
measures of glove performance. Ten subjects
participated in the study. Tests were conducted
barehanded, and wearing pressurized and
unpressurized space suit gloves. Data on performance
time, range of motion, dexterity, strength, fatigue, and
comfort were collected. Range of motion data was
measured using an experimental data glove that

  

Source: Akin, David - Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park

 

Collections: Engineering