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Expert NameMr. Wenbin Li
TitleProfessor, Vice Dean
DivisionCollege of Forest Products and Engineering
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 62 33 81 56
Emailleewb(at)beilin.bjfu.edu.cn
Work ExperienceTaking charge of the study on forest operating environment and the labor safety, which is the research project of State Education Commission, as a part of the project, the research result of heated handle of long-handle chain saw has acquired patent issued by Patent Office of the People's Republic of China. Taking charge of the research project of Fok Ying Tung Foundation, effects of chain saw dynamic and static characteristics on fatigue of arm muscles. Taking part in the project of state ninth five-year key research program, fast fire suppression techniques in mountain forests.
QualificationsPh.D. Forest machinery/Ergonomics, Ehime University, Japan, 1990.
Number of Publications25
Awards1. Outstanding young teacher of Beijing. 2. Young academic leader of going beyond the century.
Other Activities1. Member of the Chinese Forestry Society 2. Member of the Chinese Ergonomics Society 3. Member of the Directing Committee of Higher Education in Forestry of China.
Publications1. Li Wenbin, 1997. Effects of chain saw dynamic and static characteristics on fatigue of arm muscles, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 19(3), 45-51. 2. Li Wenbin, 1996. An experimental study on vibration of DG3-brush cutter, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 18(1), 66-70. 3. Li Wenbin, 1995. Mechanical impedance and vibrating energy absorption of human arm, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 17(supp.2), 1-8. 4. Li Wenbin, 1994, Color coding in man-machine system, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 16(2), 64-68. 5. Li Wenbin, 1990, Worker's heart-rate and continuous work periods for forest brush cutting work on a steep area, Journal of Japanese Forestry Society, 72(3), 216-222.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/05/2007 10:58:00
 

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