COLUMBUS, OH – Tucked into a quiet corner of Ohio State University’s campus here is the Center for Occupational Health in Automotive Manufacturing. COHAM is a unique research center that uses highly advanced computer modeling, simulation and analysis in a real-world manufacturing setting to improve plant safety and productivity. “Building cars is very difficult,” says Greg Knapik, a senior research associate engineer at COHAM. “It requires difficult positions and lots of repetitive ...

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