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    1. Girdhar, A; Mital, A
      Expanding Group Technology part coding for functionality: Part I - Developing a functional basis for classification

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    2. Girdhar, A; Mital, A
      Expanding Group Technology part coding for functionality: Part II - Functional classification of workparts and application to design

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    3. Girdhar, A; Mital, A; Kephart, A; Young, A
      Design guidelines for accommodating amputees in the workplace

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    4. Zhang, ZJ; Mandal, AK; Mital, A; Popescu, N; Zimonjic, D; Moser, A; Moser, H; Mukherjee, AB
      Human acid ceramidase gene: Novel mutations in Farber disease

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND METABOLISM
    5. Kansal, A; Mital, A; Pennathur, A; Gokli, K
      Undertaking manufacturing productivity improvement systematically using assistive devices: A case study

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    6. Govindaraju, M; Mital, A
      Enhancing the usability of consumer products through manufacturing: Part I- Developing the usability-manufacturing attribute linkages for a hybrid bicycle

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    7. Govindaraju, M; Mital, A
      Enhancing the usability of consumer products through manufacturing: Part II - development of usability and design checklists for a hybrid bicycle

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    8. Mital, A
      Workplace accommodation revisited

      DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION
    9. Mital, A; Shrey, DE; Govindaraju, M; Broderick, TM; Colon-Brown, K; Gustin, BW
      Accelerating the return to work (RTW) chances of coronary heart disease (CHD) patients: part 1 - development and validation of a training programme

      DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION
    10. Shrey, DE; Mital, A
      Accelerating the return to work (RTW) chances of coronary heart disease (CHD) patients: part 2 - development and validation of a vocational rehabilitation programme

      DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION
    11. Vasu, M; Mital, A
      Evaluation of the validity of anthropometric design assumptions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    12. Mital, A; Govindaraju, M
      Is it possible to have a single measure for all work?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-THEORY APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICE
    13. Pennathur, A; Mital, A
      A comparison of functional capabilities of individuals with and without simulated finger disabilities: An exploratory study

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    14. Mital, A; Pennathur, A
      Musculoskeletal overexertion injuries in the United States: Mitigating theproblem through ergonomics and engineering interventions

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    15. Mital, A
      Editorial comment - The need to accommodate older workers in the workplace

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    16. Wright, UR; Mital, A
      Maximum weights of handling acceptable to people aged 55-74 years: Part I.Lifting

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    17. Wright, UR; Mital, A
      Maximum weights of handling acceptable to people aged 55-74 years: Part II. Carrying

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    18. Mital, A; Pennathur, A
      Human factors/ergonomics considerations in manufacturing systems design

      SIMULTANEOUS ENGINEERING
    19. Mital, A
      The benefits of human intervention in a CIM environment

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
    20. Pennathur, A; Mital, A; Rajan, V; Kaber, D; Ray, P; Huston, R; Thompson, D; Markle, G; Pitman, MA; Bishu, R; Crumpton, L; Deivanayagam, S; Fernandez, J; McElwee, M; McMulkin, M; Sule, D
      A framework for training workers in contemporary manufacturing environments

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
    21. Kopardekar, P; Mital, A
      Cutting stock problem: a heuristic solution based on operators' intuitive strategies

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
    22. Mital, A; Pennathur, A; Kansal, A
      Nonfatal occupational injuries in the United States Part I - overall trends and data summaries

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    23. Mital, A; Pennathur, A; Kansal, A
      Nonfatal occupational injuries in the United States Part II - back injuries

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    24. Mital, A; Pennathur, A; Kansal, A
      Nonfatal occupational injuries in the United States Part III - injuries tothe upper extremities

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    25. Ramakrishnan, AS; Cranston, RL; Rosiles, A; Wagner, D; Mital, A
      Study of symbols coding in airway facilities

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    26. Mital, A; Shrey, DE; Govindaraju, M; Broderick, TM; Colon-Brown, K; Gustin, BW
      Job-simulated phase II cardiac rehabilitation training program: Part A. A comparison with conventional phase II cardiac rehabilitation training program

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    27. Mital, A; Shrey, DE; Govindaraju, M; Broderick, TM; Colon-Brown, K; Gustin, BW
      Job-simulated phase II cardiac rehabilitation training: Part B. Effects oftraining

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    28. Mital, A; Pennathur, A; Huston, RL; Thompson, D; Pittman, M; Markle, G; Kaber, DB; Crumpton, L; Bishu, RR; Rajurkar, KP; Rajan, V; Fernandez, JE; McMulkin, M; Deivanayagam, S; Ray, PS; Sule, D
      The need for worker training in advanced manufacturing technology (AMT) environments: A white paper

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    29. Mital, A; Ramakrishnan, A
      A comparison of literature-based design recommendations and experimental capability data for a complex manual materials handling activity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    30. Nalgirkar, M; Mital, A
      A user-friendly three-dimensional kinetic model for analyzing manual lifting tasks

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    31. Mital, A
      Analysis of multiple activity manual materials handling tasks using A Guide to Manual Materials Handling

      ERGONOMICS
    32. KNOPINSKAPOSLUSZNY W; CZYZ J; STANULEWICZ W; MITAL A; HELLMANN A
      DEXABEAM-CSF MOBILIZATION REGIMEN - THE INFLUENCE OF THE NUMBER OF PARTICULAR PROGENITOR CELLS ON HEMATOPOIETIC RECOVERY AFTER PBSCT(G)

      Bone marrow transplantation
    33. MITAL A; KUMAR S
      SPECIAL ISSUE - GUIDELINES

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    34. MITAL A; KUMAR S
      HUMAN MUSCLE STRENGTH DEFINITIONS, MEASUREMENT, AND USAGE - PART I - GUIDELINES FOR THE PRACTITIONER

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    35. MITAL A; KUMAR S
      HUMAN MUSCLE STRENGTH DEFINITIONS, MEASUREMENT, AND USAGE - PART II -THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS (KNOWLEDGE-BASE) FOR THE GUIDE

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    36. MITAL A; KUMARI D; GUPTA M; GOYLE S
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF DUCHENNE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY AND PHENOTYPIC CORRELATION

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    37. KNOPINSKAPOSLUSZNY W; CZYZ J; MITAL A; BIENIASZEWSKA M; HELLMANN A
      THE QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF LEUKAPHERESIS PRODUCTS FOR AUTOLOGOUS PERIPHERAL-BLOOD STEM-CELL TRANSPLANTATION

      British Journal of Haematology
    38. GOVINDARAJU M; MITAL A
      MYOCARDIAL OXYGEN INCREASES DUE TO PHYSICAL-TRAINING IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CORONARY HEART-DISEASE (CHD) - RATE PRESSURE PRODUCT (RPP) MEASUREMENTS

      Journal of occupational rehabilitation
    39. WRIGHT U; MITAL A
      IS THERE A NEED FOR PSYCHOPHYSICAL STRENGTH STUDIES OF THE AGED

      Journal of occupational rehabilitation
    40. MITAL A
      WHAT ROLE FOR HUMANS IN COMPUTER-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

      International journal of computer integrated manufacturing
    41. WRIGHT U; GOVINDARAJU M; MITAL A
      REACH PROFILES OF MEN AND WOMEN 65 TO 89 YEARS OF AGE

      Experimental aging research
    42. MITAL A; KUMAR GM
      CARDIAC REHABILITATION (CR) - USE OF MANUAL MATERIALS HANDLING

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    43. SCHEER SJ; MITAL A
      ERGONOMICS

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    44. MITAL A
      WORKPLACE ACCOMMODATION

      Disability and rehabilitation
    45. MITAL A; KUMAR GM; COLONBROWN K
      AEROBIC CAPACITY OF CORONARY HEART-DISEASE (CHD) PATIENTS AND ITS USEIN ACCOMMODATING THEM IN THE WORKPLACE

      Disability and rehabilitation
    46. MITAL A; SHREY DE
      CARDIAC REHABILITATION - POTENTIAL FOR ERGONOMIC INTERVENTIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RETURN TO WORK AND THE AMERICANS-WITH-DISABILITIES-ACT

      Disability and rehabilitation
    47. MITAL A
      UNTITLED

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    48. PASRICHA JS; KHAITAN BK; SHANTHARAMAN R; MITAL A; GIRDHAR M
      TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS

      International journal of dermatology
    49. MITAL A; KOPARDEKAR P; MOTORWALA A
      ISOKINETIC PULL STRENGTHS IN THE VERTICAL PLANE - EFFECTS OF SPEED AND ARM ANGLE

      Clinical biomechanics
    50. MITAL A
      IS THE BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE OF ERGONOMISTS IMPORTANT IF ERGONOMICS ISTO SUCCEED WITHIN A SIMULTANEOUS ENGINEERING (SE) ENVIRONMENT

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    51. MITAL A; MOTORWALA A
      AN ERGONOMIC EVALUATION OF STEEL AND COMPOSITE ACCESS COVERS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    52. MITAL A
      THE ROLE OF ERGONOMICS IN DESIGNING FOR MANUFACTURABILITY AND HUMANS IN GENERAL IN ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - PREPARING THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE FOR GLOBAL COMPETITION BEYOND THE YEAR 2000

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    53. FAGIN B; MITAL A
      THE PERFORMANCE OF COUNTER-BASED AND CORRELATION-BASED SCHEMES FOR BRANCH TARGET BUFFERS

      I.E.E.E. transactions on computers
    54. NELSON JB; MITAL A
      AN ERGONOMIC EVALUATION OF DEXTERITY AND TACTILITY WITH INCREASE IN EXAMINATION SURGICAL GLOVE THICKNESS

      Ergonomics
    55. MITAL A
      ISSUES AND CONCERNS IN ACCOMMODATING THE ELDERLY IN THE WORKPLACE

      Journal of occupational rehabilitation
    56. MITAL A; KUMAR S
      SPECIAL ISSUE PREFACE

      Human factors
    57. MITAL A; FOONONIFARD H; BROWN ML
      PHYSICAL FATIGUE IN HIGH AND VERY HIGH-FREQUENCY MANUAL MATERIALS HANDLING - PERCEIVED EXERTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS

      Human factors
    58. MITAL A
      DETERMINATION OF GROSS WEIGHT LIMIT FOR FOLDAWAY POWERED WHEELCHAIRS THROUGH ISOMETRIC AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL STRENGTH SIMULATIONS

      Ergonomics
    59. DAS BM; MITAL A
      PRODUCTION FEEDBACK AND STANDARDS AS MODERATORS OF THE WORKER SATISFACTION PRODUCTIVITY RELATIONSHIP

      Ergonomics
    60. MITAL A; KUO T; FAARD HF
      A QUANTITATIVE-EVALUATION OF GLOVES USED WITH NON-POWERED HAND TOOLS IN ROUTINE MAINTENANCE TASKS

      Ergonomics
    61. KUMAR S; MITAL A
      TELECOMMUNICATIONS - PREFACE

      Ergonomics
    62. MITAL A; GHAHRAMANI B
      THE INJURY PROFILE OF A LARGE TELECOMMUNICATION COMPANY - A STATISTICAL SUMMARY

      Ergonomics
    63. KOPARDEKAR P; MITAL A
      THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT WORK REST SCHEDULES ON FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE OF A SIMULATED DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE OPERATORS TASK

      Ergonomics
    64. MITAL A; GARG A; KARWOWSKI W; KUMAR S; SMITH JL; AYOUB MM
      STATUS IN HUMAN STRENGTH RESEARCH AND APPLICATION

      IIE transactions
    65. MITAL A; KEMMERLING PT; DRYDEN RD; LEAMON TB; MORELLI DL; GHAHRAMANI B
      LENGTH OF WORK-WEEK IN THE USA IN THE FUTURE

      IIE transactions
    66. SRIVASTAVA N; MITAL A; KUMAR A
      A NOVEL CHIRAL AUXILIARY FROM CHIRAL SPIRANES - CIS,CIS-(-)-SPIRO[4.4]NONANE-1,6-DIOL AS CHIRAL MODIFIER IN LITHIUM ALUMINUM-HYDRIDE REDUCTION OF PHENYL ALKYL KETONES() AND ()

      Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications


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