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By American Institute Of Steel Construction (Aisc), Structural Steel Educational Council

This six-part guide helps the 2005 AISC Seismic Provisions. It contains sections on basic layout concerns; layout of platforms using R = three (braced and second frames); layout of braced-frame structures using R > three; layout of second body platforms using R > three; and layout of alternative platforms using R > three.

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22, 23, 25] proposed the wear trial technique to generate reactions of wearer to any perceived discomfort sensations produced by 22 Science in clothing comfort different climatic conditions, and by alternating sweating and cooling off conditions that might be encountered in actual wear of clothing. In the wear trial experimental technique they also characterized the sensory comfort of clothing, which included a number of components: (i) Generation of sensory attributes with wearers. (ii) Selection of particular testing conditions for effective analysis of the perception of various sensations.

And Apparel Assoc. 97–104, 1994. CHATTARAMAN V . and RUDD N . , ‘Preferences for aesthetic attributes in clothing as a function of body image, body cathexis and body size’, Clothing and Text. Res. J. 24, 46–61, 2006. B R A N D R . , ‘Measurement of fabric aesthetics: Analysis of aesthetic components’, Textile Res. J. 34, 791–801, 1964. , 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 1 Sensory system of human skin The structure of human skin is very complex. 1 shows the structure of hairy skin which covers most of the human body.

The sensory perception of human skin is commonly measured by the two-point threshold method. This is the minimum distance between two point-like indentations applied to the skin below which only a single point of contact is detected with the senses (Fig. 11). 11 Measurement of sensory perception by two-point threshold method. The pressure applied below the two-point threshold distance feels like one point, and beyond that one can feel distinct differences in pressure. 5 mm in the fingers, up to as much as 50 mm for other body regions [37] as shown in Fig.

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