AD-A241 952 - Defense Technical Information Center

Loading...
AD-A241 952

ýS¶AlNABI

'r

TECHNICAL REPORT NATICK/ TR-91 / 040

AD

1988 ANTHROPOMETRIC SURVEY OF U.S. ARMY PERSONNEL: PILOT SUMMARY STATISTICS

DTIC Sarah M. Donelson CEO-CENTERS, INC. Newton Centre, MA 02159

E[ F

~~

'.OCT

Claire C. Gordon July 1991 Final Report April 1989 - February 1990

1037

So9f)30.1

_a

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED

UNITED STATES ARMY NATICK RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS 01760-5000

SOLDIER SCIENCE DIRECTORATE

1 1.01802

rr

DISCLAIMERS The findings contained in this report are not to be construed as an official Department of the Army position unless so designated by other authorized documents. Citation of trade names in this report does not constitute an official endorsement or approval of the use of such items.

DESTRUCTION NOTICE For Classified Documents: Follow the procedures in DoD 5200.22-M, Industrial Security Manual, Section 11-19 or DoD 5200. l-R, Information Security Program Regulation, Chapter IX. For Unclassified/Limited Distribution Documents: Destroy by any method that prevents disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.

1Form Ap,ý roved M 7,0 0No.

REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE ~oor!'C

0,01Ce

ON

~ ~rc.Orate

.1'0oe. ftwrse. .clu'~.d., tr~eTime1 fito, "iStIrC1mr. searchl, estulualt or e I qa dlo~mThisbu~rden 1101oof iufcruavoml Setl come ms or ulfor ua ol Oo e uat $ .O nel Se'.wc. • 1 It*k4&nac~te^1 at, Sde. el rooe''.o' Re u on ProjeCt(0704.0 88),.*eshl~utor.

oiýaeý '0r !"~iIs '(!O of nfo-a,al 'I -i-i lat to i'. ,39i 10 'e _ eede'da,,d tui'a el ng aioj'Pe -r !!.1 34~rqaroei3. ,sr~gita~ 041* uat& ei

.'.cu =dng,uggeitt o s ?or reduoing ti.s oUl 1204.Aulungton. 02.40 ai~d to 't Otff -A22

oleltiO nof .lortlation.

a.~.'mqt...Suite

1. AGENCY USE ONLY (Leave blank)

d :0 ivash-m9tOn Hewo

3. REPORTTYPE

2. REPORT DATE

Final

July 1991

da.1.m o fta ti. ily other asoM of Ms4 e¢o st1215 jet .,C 2i0S0i. 9 *-

AND OATES COVERED

I Apr 89 to 7 Feb 90.!

4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE *

S. FUNDING NUMBERS

1988 Anthropometric Survey of U.S. Summary Statistics

Army Personnel: -Pilot

pE:

728012.12

OI, AG CODE:

'R:

OA. 1181

6. AUTHOR(S)

Sarah M. Donelson* and Claire C. Cordon 7

PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND AODRES,.;(Ei)

B. PERFORMING ORGANTZArION

REPORT NUMBER

U.S. Army Natick RD&E Center Natick, Massachusetts 01760-5C20

,.TIc,,IR_93/040

9. SPONSORING / MONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES)

10. SPONSORING I MONITORINj

AGENCY REPORT NUM3ER

11. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ,Affiliat.!d 02159 working on-sIte

w`th GEO-CENTERS,

under-contract

to

INC.

Newton Centre,

Natick RD&E Center.

Massachusetts

Information from

'Technical Report NATICK/TRA-,9/C44, authored in part by individuals affiliated wit~h Anthroj__olog- rt'ierchj_ 2jjL, =Jnc.. Yellow Sorinots. Ohio. iq reorinorgd in rhic |e 12a. DISTRiBU.ION A'lAILAiIILITY

Aproved for

'TATEMENI,

ublic rialeas,,

12b. DISTRIBUTION CODE

distribution unlimited

13. ABSTRACT (Maximum t200 words)

Results of the 1988 anchropome ric survey of U.S. Army pilots are presented in this report in the form of summary ,tatistics and percentile data. These anthropometric data are presented for all male pilots measured during the survey and for a subset of the female data pool who were demographically matched for age and race to the June 1989 U.S. Army female piloi population. A total of 132 standard measurements, 60 derived dimensions, and 48 head and face dimensions are summarized in this report Each dimension is fully described and visual indices are provided to facilitate practical application of :he data.

14. SUBJECT TERMS

15. NUMBER CF PAGES

ANTHROPOMETRY

AVIATORS

DIMENSIONS

PILOTS

ANTHROPOMETRIC SURVEY

HUMAN BODY SIZE

MEN

ARMY

ANTHROPOMETRIC

MEASUREMENTS

WOMEN

DATA

17. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF REPORT[

UNCLASSIFIED NSN 7540-01-,280-5500

11I. SECUPITY CLASS ICA 'ION OF THIS PAGE

UNCLASSIFIED

19.

SECURITY CLASSI.-ICATION OF ABSTRACT

UNCLASI!FIED

614

16. PRICE CO0S 20. LIMITATION OF ABSTRACT

UL, Star'daa Porm 198 (Rev 2-89}

KK

ii

.4--

BTA= OF

LI.STr OF F

.

lCNI=

.....

v

IIST OF TIGUES ......................................................

vi

L E FAC .... S.......................................................... CHAPIER I

II

viii

IN1TRJDUCTION

1

Selection of Survey Dimensions ......................... The Pilot Sample ...................................... How to Use This Report ................................

5 5 6

TIHE SURVEY SKUATIR

7

Subject Processing and Measurer Training ............... 7 Ccuat.ter Procedures........ o........................... 9 Anthropcxnetric Instruments ....................... .11 .Autcmated Headboard Devie .......................... 15 Hand Photo Box .................................... 20 The Lard•marks CHAPTER III

CHAPIER IV

....................................... 21

THE SAMPLE

33

Characteristics of the Working Data Base ...............

33

THE STANDARD KR4I

53

Standard Measurent Visual Index ..................... Standard Measuremnt Descriptions and Pilot

54

Summary Statistics .................................. HPAFTER V

CHAPTER VI

.64

THE D&RIVED D=LSIONS

329

Derived Masurement Visual Index ....................... Derived Meaurement Descriptions and Pilot .............. Summary Statistics ...................................

330

ThE HEADBOARD NEASLItELIEIS

457

Visual I..

.- Hea..oar.d Meaurem.ents ..............

336

...

458

Headboard Measuremnt Descriptions and Pilot......... Summary Statistics ................................460 iii

WhBLE OF Ot1TIUS (continued)

REFERENCES ...........................................................

557

IN E ................................................................

561

APPENDICES A B

C D E

Uses of the Dimensions ................................. The Statistical Measures ................. caxvarability of 1988 Anthrcpazetric Survey Dimensions with Dimensions of Other Large-Scale Surveys ......... A Glossary of Anatamical and .thrcpetric Terms ...... ine Biographical Data Form .............................

iv

575 585

589 597 601

LIST OF FIGJRES

1

Flow dcart for subject selection and processing

2

Anthrcpcmeter: a. beam caliper; b. four sections of the basic anthruc.irter

11

Calipers and tape: a. steel tape; b. spreading caliper; c. sliding caliper; d. Holtain c-.liper; e. Poech caliper

11

4

Pupilawter

12

5

Functicnal leg length anthbrpmeter

13

-6

Crientation of wall-miunted graphs

13

7

Foot measuring boxes

13

8

IModified sliding caliper

14

9

Modified tape

14

10

LandmJark transfer rod

15

11

Scye marking aid

15

12

Axis system for headboard maasurearvnts

16

13

The Automated Headboard Device (AIED)

17

14

Principal components of the Autaated Headboard Device

18

15

The reference planes (headboards) and head stabilization clanp

19

The axis assemblies of the coordinate measuring systen and their range of movement

19

Subject seated at photobox

20

3

16 17 D-1

8

The bcd, in the anatcmical position

597

v': r IT

-

LIST OF VA1ES

TableBq 1 2 3 4

COmparison of Stature Between 1988 Nonpilot Aviators and 1988 General U.S. Army

2

Coparison of Weight Between 1988 Uonpilot Aviators and 1988 General U.S. Army

2

Qrmparison of Selected Ant.rcparetric Dimensions Between 1988 Male Pilots and 1988 General U.S. Anrmy Males

3

Cmparison of Selected Anthrcpanetric Dimensions Between 1988 Female Pilots arid 1988 General U.S. Army Females

4

5

Distribution of U.S. Army Rotary Wirxg Aircraft

35

6

Distribution of U.S. Army Fixed Wing Aircraft

35

7

Primary Flight Class Distribution of 1988 Male Pilots

36

8

Secondary Flight Class Distribution of 1988 Male Pilots

37

9

DistriLution by Duty Location 1988 Male Pilots

39

D[xjmraphic Distribution of the U.S. Army Pilots, June 1989: Females

40

11

Demographic Distribution of Female Pilot Working Data Base

40

12

Demographic Distribution of the U.S. Army Pilots, June 1989: Males

41

13

Demographic Distribution of Male Pilot Working Data Base

41

14

Age Distribution of 1988 Pilots

42

15

Distribution by Race of 1988 Pilots

43

16

Distribution by Ethnicity 1988 Male Pilots

44

17

Distribution by Birthplace 1988 Male Pilots

46

18

Distribution by Military Ccapcnent 1988 Male Pilots

48

19

Distribution by Rank 1988 Male Pilots

48

23

Distribution by Grade 1983 MYale Pilots

48

21

Distribution by Years of Service 1988 Male Pilots

49

22

Distribution by Vision Oorrection 1988 Male Pilots

50

10

vi

LMST OF TA=

(0Ontinied)

23

Distribution by Sighting - Weapon 1988 Male Pilots

50

24

Distribution by Handedness - Writing 1988 Male Pilots

51

25

Distribution by Handed-u-ss - Weapon 1988 Male Pilots

51

A-i

Applications for the Measured and Derived Dimensions in the Army Survey

577

ANSUR Dimensions: Other Surveys

591

C-I

Assessment of Carparability with

vii

PREFACE This publication is another in the series of reports issued in connection with the 1988 Anthrcprmtric Survey of U.S. Army Personnel. The data presented are of male pilots measured in a special saimpling at Fort rmcker and fe-ale subjects who were measured within the U.S. Aomy Forces Command (FORICCM) during the general survey. Data comparing the general U.S. Army population with the U.S. Army pilot population are presented as well. The survey was among the most ambitious ever undertaken. It included a nmltifaceted sarpling strategy and a number of newly devised data-gathering techniques and meeasuring devices, which were used for the first time. A measuring team of 22 persons spent nearly a year collecting data on almost 25,000 screened subjects frcm which 9,000 subjects were chosen to be fully measured at 11 Army bases. Clearly, a project of this scope could not have been completed without the help of numerous military and civilian personnel. Within the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Cente: we gratefully acknowledge the guidance ard suport received from COL CLinton A. Hodder, COL A.D. Rodgers III, Dr. Robert Lewis, Mr. Edward Levell, Dr. Abner Salant, Dr. Herbert neiselman, Dr. lawrence Symirngton, Mr. Charles Willians, Dr. Carolyn Bensel, and SCM William Wright. These individuals were instrumental in the plar .g, funding and execution of the 1988 Anthropametric Survey. Also at Natick, LTC Stanley Holgate served as Senior Liaison Officer for the 1988 Anthropartric Survey. LTC Holgate's planning and coordination of the acquisition of both subjects and facilities at each surveyed post were critical to the success of this project. Dr. Rcbert A. Walker, the 1988 Anthropometric Surney Field Supervisor, wds instrumental throughout the entire project. Ms. Beth Ann Holloway, in. the capacity of ILT, served as the Officer in Large (OIC) at each post and the primary Natick military liaison in LTC Holgate's absence. In her role as OIC, Ms. Holloway kept day-to-day operations functioning smoothly and efficiently. Successful execution of a ccmplex sampling strategy would have been inpossible without the full and active support received fron GEI Carl Vuono, Army Chief of Staff, GEN Joseph Palastra, Ca(mander of the Army Forces Conmard, GEN Maxwell Thurman, Camander of the Army Training & Doctrine Comrand (TPAIDC), GEN Louis Wagner, Ccn=ander of the Army Materiel Ccmond, and CSM William B. Tapp, Jr., Army Materiel Corind. From the U.S. Anry Trocp Support Comvrd, we thank MWJohn E. Long, M2 Henry G. Skeen (retired), BG C'.rles E. St. Arnaud, BG Leo J. Pigaty, and C(S4 Henry L. Tnornton for their personal encouragm-nnt and active support of this survey during its planning, coordination, and execution. We also ttank the crmanwd groups and staffs of the following organizaticrs, which provided test subjects despite their heavy mission commitments: the U.S. Arm, Health Services Ccarord, I Corps, III Corps, the XVIII AirborTe_ Corps, the U.S. Army Chemical School, the U.S. Atmy viii

Military Police School, the U.S. Army Signal Center, the U.S. Anry Aviation Center, the U.S. Army Training Center at Ft. Jackson, and the U.S. Army Training Center at Ft. Dix. Within each of these organizations were liaison officers and noncamnissioned officers responsible for coordination of all the logistic details needed to actually execute the survey at each of the host installations. These liaison personnel made the successful execution of a difficult project possible: MJ John Roper and CPr Raphael Deegan, Ft. McClellan; MM Lawrence Hall and SFC Norman Hcaan, Ft. Campbell; COL Robert Sncot and SQ4 Walter Taylor, Ft. Bragg; CP` Joel Weeks, Ft. Stewart; CPT Michael Robinson, Ft. Ord; LTC James Gildersleeve, MV Marguerite Campbell and CPT Joseph Dirac, Defense Language Institute; MV James Taylor, Ft. Lewis; MW James R. Sisson and MJ Arne W. Owens, Ft. Hood; LTC Dees Stallings, Ft. Gordon; CPT Mark Becker, Ft. Jackson; COL James B. Sauer and CP'r Anthony Shannon, Ft. Rucker; MA Dale E. Graham and CPT George Trotter, Ft. Dix. Special thanks are owed to Mr. Ignatius Stefaniw, LTC David Kidroske, and CPT Betty M. Gieseke of the U.S. Army Training & Eoctrine Command for their patient and persistent support in the selection and coordination of TRADOC installations for participation in the 1988 Anthropre-tric Survey. The data reported in this manuscript were collected by a specially recruited and trained measuring team who were under supervision of Anthropology Research Project, Inc. Throughout a year of fieldwork, the teanm members maintained the highest of professional standards. Ms. Jeryl Neff, the team leader, was responsible for overseeing data collection quality ard for the maintenance of crew morale and professionalism. Field crew members were: Donna Acton, Scott Anspach, Gary Ball, Karen Ball, Cindy Blackwell, Mary Blocm, Jeffery Bonner, John Crafts, Lee Gasaway,

Iori Hedberg, Mike Herzing, Chuck Janini, Julie Janini, Anne Karinski, Sara Kelly, Shirley Krister-sen, Lisa Ive, Jill Parks, Lisa Prenger, Amy Pulse, Lisa Richards, RoLyn Tebbetts, Timi Trawick, and Phillip Walker. Invaluable editorial catments aere made on this manuscript by Ms. Marcia Lightbody, Natick Techniccd Editor, and Drs. Carolyn Bensel, Kenneth Parham and Robert Walker of the Materiel System Humun Factors Branch, Behavioral Sciences Division, Soldier Science Directorate. Finally, the authors would lika to acknowiedge Gary Ball and Alioia McKinney for the drawings included in the manuscript. Photcgralhy credits go to Tebby Stanley and Den•ir Eagleson. Nancy Bell is greatly appreciate•. for her invaluable ansistance.

ix

b

x

2Ii

1988 ANTHMPC

MiRIC SivE PIEOID H aC.Pfl

OF U.S. ATM P STATISTICS 1

INwI•c=CN All U.S. military and zany foreign services capili and main4 -%in extensive collections of body-size information used primarily to guiia the design and sizing of clothing, personal protective equipment, work stations, and cmputer-generated human models. In order to be effective, such a data base must be updated periodically to accurately reflect thi body sizes and proportions of the military ppuilation it purports to represent. It was apparent in the mid-eighties that the Army's ai~thropcmetric data base had serious deficiencies that limited its apicability for current and future sizing, design, and p.,=,rment A cmprehensive body-size study of U.S. Army men and wamen was undertaken in 1987-1988 to correct these deficiencies. The goal of the 1988 Anthropcmetric Survey was to acquire a large body of data fzom comparably measured males and females to serve the Army's current design and engineering needs, as well as those anticipated well into the future. Several new and improved methodologies in the areas of sampling, instrumentation, and verification were used. These included: a ccnplex sampling plan designed to produce a data base that can be adapted to changing populatior demographics; simultaneous collection and proce-six of male and female data ijr the creation of an integrated data base; the use of portable cc puters for data entry and first-level editing in the field;4 and the development and use of new measuring devices for the collection of head and hand data.56 A year of planning preceded the survey. During this time, hundreds of candidate dimensions were examined to ar-rive at the final selection, which included 132 directly measured dimension c,ýordinates of 26 points on the head and face.

'

ind three-dimensional Over 8,000 hand

photos were also taken as a permanent resource for future reeds. Because of demcgraphic chInges in the population of U.S. Army pilots, and changes in pilot requirements in the last several years, the distributions of anthropometric dimensions' axong Army pilots have changed as well. Therefore, as a part of the overall 1988 Anthrcpxrtric Survey sampling strategy, a subsaiple of U.S. Army pilots was chosen for corplete body measurement. The last anthropometric survey of U.S. Army aviators was conducted in 1970, some 18 years or the equivalent of a military generation ago. Not only was the 1970 sample younger than today's aviators, but the 1970 sample also included machinists, door gunners and mechanics •..iich are nonpilot aviators. As can be seen in Tables 1 and 2, the height and weight distributions of 1988 nonpilot aviator personnel do not significantly differ fromn those of the general U.S. Army population . Therefore, all equipment and clothing that is intended for

&

7

use by all aviators shculd be designed using the data that are r-:sented el:ary in eithe-. the 1988 Anthr •-Pnetric Survey of U.S. Anry Pers Statistics Interim Report or the 1988 &nth ;etric Suriey of U.S. Army Personnel:

Methods and SuTr-=v Statistics, Caoparison of Stature Between 1988 Nonpilot Aviators and 1988 General U.S. Army

MABLE 1.

Dimension Sta

-e

Mean Values

Mean Values

Nonpilots N=872 SD X

General Army N=1754 SD X

175.76

TABLE 2.

6.81

N=812 _

Weight (kc)

6.7

Between

P-value for

Means

Difference 0.675

0.12

Ccrparison of Weight Between 1988 Nonpilot Aviators and 1988 General U.S. Army Mean Values Nonpilots

Dimension

175.88

Difference

X 78.01

SD 11.09

Mean Values General Army *N=1627

X

SD

78.75

11.01

Difference

Bet Means 0.74

P-value for Difference 0.120

Cn the other hand, because pilots must meet anthropcemtric criteria which ar:_ not required of other nonpilot aviators, the pilot sanple is anthropometrically distinct from the general Army pcpulation (see Tables 3 and 4). These pilot data have been sarpled and sunvarized separately so that those materiel systers to be used solely by pilots may take their specific anthrcpametric distributions into consideration. In addition to anthropemetric changes in Army pilots, there have also been shifts in the dermc-raphic corposition of the U.S. Army pilot population. Between 1970 are 1980, the percentage of wamen in the Army increased nearly sevenfol 2 frc* 1.46% to 9.85%. Today, wcnen make up and with each passing year, mere jobs are 11.06% of A"my personnel, filled by women. The nurtber of female aviators and pilots has also increased during recent years. Omrequently, clothing, protective equirrrnnt, a,-d .r rksprccs, originally designed to acc

xcte males only,

must be mdiified and redesigned to axxrrcdate the larger variatiors represented by an integrated male/female pcpulation. Because only a

2

TABLE 3. C-t:parison of Selected 7ntbmprcetric Dinernsicns Between 1988 Male Pilots (N=487) and 1988 Gen l U.S. Army Males (N=1774) 95n%

99HI%

166.33 164.69

187.75 186.65

191.44 190.87

0.001

60.22 55.27

65.32 61.59

97.17 98.07

103.73 107.71

0.004

4.23 4.62

75.12 73.16

77.52 76.44

91.51 91.64

94.00 94.64

0.038

92.95 91.39

3.32 3.56

84.40 82.79

87.23 85.45

98.18 97.19

100.35 99.14

0.001

Span 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

182.79 182.31

7.74 8.19

166.32 164.79

170.21 169.31

195.61 196.03

200.13 201.62

0.227

198Piots 1988 General Army

79.20 78.97

3.62 3.86

71.72 70.43

73.49 72.85

85.44 85.58

87.61 88.23

0.229

Bideltoid Breadth 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

49.57 49.18

2.31 2.59

43.93 43.40

45.91 44.99

53.47 53.48

54.79 55.16

0.001+

Buttc-k-Knee length 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

61.86 61.64

2.65 2.99

56.09 55.07

57.79 56.90

66.52 66.74

68.16 68.69

0.114

Chest Depth 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army Eye1988 Height Sitting+ Pilots

25.02 24.32

1.95 2.15

20.99 19.67

21.86 20.96

28.25 28.04

29.43 29.60

0.001+

80.99

3.27

72.10

75.46

86.22

88.19

0.001+

79.20

3.42

71.18

73.50

84.80

86.93

55.49 54.61

3.91 4.36

47.22 45.12

49.10 47.74

61.99 62.06

66.65 65.27

0.001+

75.12 75.07

3.50 3.68

68.16 67.26

69.29 69.28

80.79 81.31

84.45 84.03

0.747

10.55 5.10

97.06 96.90

100.62 100.19

117.56 116.89

119.75 120.33

0.033

1.86 2.03

31.20 29.64

32.03 30.97

38.09 37.65

39.28 39.32

0.001+

1.10 1.26

14.31 14.09

14.99 14.86

18.61 18.99

19.35 20.07

0.548

DIMENSTON

X

SD

Stature 1988 Pilots 1988 General Artry

177.10 175.58

6.47 6.68

161.85 160.27

1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

79.97 78.49

9.63 11.10

Crotch• Height 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army Sitting Height

84.18 83.72

1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

1988 General Army Forearm-Forearm Brdth 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army Functional Grip Reach 1988 Pilots 1988 General Arry

F-orctioral Leg Length 1988 Pilots 108.30 108.21 1988 General Army Hip Breadth 34.90 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army 34.18 Thiqh Clearance 1988 Pilots 1988 General A=niy

16.79 16.82

2,r%

5Th%

,For t-test of differences between mewans values in am, except Weight in kg + All Significant difference at p<0.05 using Bonferroni's correction for nultiple ccrpiri•sons 3

p-value +

TABLE 4. Cararison of Selected Arrthrqxzetric Dininsions Between 1988 Female Pilbts (N=334) arn 1988 General U.S. Army Females (N-2208) )....DfIMION

Stature 198t

ISM

5Th%

957M

997Tn% ptvalue*

Pilots

168.02*

4.52

157.29

161.17

175.95

178.80

1988 General Army

162.94

6.36

148.32

152.78

173.73

178.04

Weigiht+ 1988 Pilots 1988 Gereral Anrry

65.51 62.01

8.54 8.35

47.84 45.24

52.64 49.64

80.73 76.98

89.18 84.70

0,001+

Crotch Height 1988 Pil6ts 1988 General Army

79.17 77.14

2.71 4.41

75.06 67.00

75.54 70.02

83.91 84.58

87.15 88.14

0.001+

Sitt'ing Heiqht 1988 Pilots 1988 General ArmJy

88.28 65.20

2.80 3.49

81.46 77.48

83.58 79.53

92.78 91.02

94.93 93.31

0.001+

%pan 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

170.76 167.19

4.83 8.13

163.91 148.81

164.55 154.21

180.08 180.86

183.58 186.45

0.001+

198 ots 1988 General Army

73.98 72.37

2.45 3.84

69.71 63.74

70.57 66.18

78.39 78.79

80.59 81.59

0.001+

Bideltoid Breadth 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

43.92 43.26

2.22 2.26

38.36 38.03

40.38 39.70

47.65 47.17

48.86 49.21

0.001+

Buttock-Enee 1eRngh 1988 Pilots 1988 General Arnmy

60.02 58.89

2.08 2.96

55.90 52.18

56.80 54.21

63.57 63.98

64.32 66.02

0.001+

Chest De~pth 1988 ilots

24.30

2.35

19.49

20.67

28.31

30.69

0.010

Eye Heiqht Sitting 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

76.85 73.87

2.70 3.32

70.56 66.40

72.28 68.46

81.18 79.43

83.16 81.59

0.001+

Forearm-Forearnm Brdth 1988 Pilots 1988 General Army

48.03 46.85

3.59 3.47

38.92 39.42

42.42 41.47

54.28 52.84

57.21 55.95

0.001+

Func-tional Grip Peach 198ý Pilots General Army

70.08 68.61

2.42 3.39

65.25 61.51

66.38 63.19

74.32 74.36

76.35 76.97

0.001

Functional2 Leg Length+ 1988 Pilots 103.80 1988 Geeral Arm, 101.20

3.27 4.91

96.84 89.76

109.66 109.42

111.79 112.82

0.001k

2.18 2.24

30.63 29.58

39.20 38.15

40.64 40.00

0.001+

1988 General Anwy

[1988

SD

23.94

2.11

19.71

20.86

99.01 93.25

27.78

29.54

0.00I+

+

SHiT9Breadth+ S988 Pilots

1988 General ArMY

35.59 34.27

31.97 30.78

Thciq clearance 1988 Pilots 15.95 1.26 13.47 14.05 18.16 19.45 0.459 1988 Gerera1 Aritrj 5.839 1.21 13.38 14.04 18.02 19.01 **For t-test 9 f differences bet^,(n mearns + All values In cm, except Weicht in kg S"Significint diffezr-x- at p--0.05 us-if)g Bonfer-roni's correction for nultipie corparisons

L]4

handful of fele pilots were available for measurement during the 1988 Amthrcpccetric Survey, a female pilot theoretical worki:ýr data base was created for use in materiel design. nie theoretical data base consists of a subset of the 1988 Anthropcmtric Survey female data base that meets 1988 antbropcnetric criteria for entry into pilot training, and that matches the 1988 female pilot pcpulation in age and racial/ethnic distribution. SEIECTION OF SUtRV•rY DIMENSICNS The dimensions summarized in this report are identi4L,• those summnarized earlier for the gernral U.S. Army populaticn.,l TO develop the list of diniensions measured in this survey, a comprehensive list 5f candidate measurements was reviewed and assessed in several First, a list of 298 diTehnsions measured in one or more of 32 ways. , anthropaetric surveys of men and women, both military and civilian, uas circulated among persons who represented many decades of experience in applying anthropmetric data to the design of military systems, equipment, and clothing. Each was asked to choose fran the list those dimensions considered essential or useful in his or her work and to supplement his or her choices with additional dimensions not fourd on the list. For same applications, such as the design of three-dimensional head, face, and body forms, individuals who had been responsible for their development ware solicited to determine what specific dimensions had been incorporated in these forms and what other dimensional data would have been useful if they had been available. A second line of inquiry involved a questionnaire survey administered to 22 Army and Air Force clothing designers and patterlmakers to learn what dimensions they required for their work. These inquiries resulted in a candidate list which included variables measured in previous surveys as well as dimensions not previously measured but identified as being needed by users of anthrcpcmtric data for design purposes. From this list, 12 application categories (e.g., clothing design, work space design, human analogue design) were identified and 132 dimensions believed to be most useful for meeting these needs were selected to be measured directly on each subject. As noted, anot,her 60 dimensions were derived from the direct measurements. The 26 three-dimensional coordinates obtained from an automated headboard device, which was developed for use during the 1988 Anthropcmetric Survey, were used to calculate an additional set of 48 head and face dimensiors. Tle application categories and their corresponding dimensiors appear in Appendix A. THE PILOT SAMPLE The pilot sample is corqsed of 821 subjects, 234 females and 487 males. These subjects were measired for 132 anthrapametric dinensions, and filled out biographical questionnaires to provide information such as age, race, ethnicity and flight classification. Adl of the males included in this sample are U.S. Army pilots. Because so few female pilots were measured during the 1988 Anthropcmtric Survey, a female pilot ,pr-ing data base was created which is demographically ratched to the female Army pilot population and which meets the 1988 anthropcmetric criteria for

U

5

entrance to flight school. The sar•ling strategies which were used for the pilots and for the creation of the female working data base are described in detail in Ciapter III. HOW T USE =IS REPORI The working data in this report ae given in Chapters IV, V, and VI, which include smarary statistics of the standard dimensions, the derived

dimensions, and the headboard reasurements, respectively. Each dimns ion is described and illustrated. Summary statistics are reported separately for males and females. Visual indices precede the statistical material in each chapter and are designed to help readers identify end locate dimensions by their anthropometric designations. The landmarks used to define the origin and termination of the reasurements rade in this survey are listed and briefly described in Chapter II. This chapter also s=narizes the operational aspects of the survey and includes descriptions, illustrations, and scurces of the

instrunents used. A full explanation of the sampling strategy which appears in Ciapter III includes a nurber of tables that describe the denmgraphic character of the pilot working data base. Appendix B contains a brief explanation of the surTary statistics used to report the : easurement data in Chapters IV, V and VI. An assessment of the -rparability of weasurenments obtai'" .i this survey with measurerrents from other major anthr-cpamtric swu appears in tabular form in Appendix C. Finally, a glossary of ten'ms (tAendix: D) and an index are incJluded to further help the reader understand the terminology used in this report and locate dimensions of interest. Sections of this chapter were taken from the 1988 Antý U.S. Army Personnel: Methods and SuTnry Statistics.

•!

6

x,

tric Survey of

CHAPTER II MEiSUVEY SUBJECT PFCESSING IND MEAS=UR

TRAINING

In order to measure almost 9,000 soldiers, including the male and female pilot workiiI data base subjects, at 11 Army posts around the country in the 12 months allotted to the task, considerable advance planning took place both by the contractor, Anthrcpology Research Project, Inc., and the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center (NATICK). In preparation for issexTling a measuring team, project personnel prepared a training manuall designed to serve as the primary instructional guide for members of the team. This harolbook contained detailed written and illustrated instructions for marking and measuring subjects, and explained the operation and maintenance of the computer data-entry system, the automated headboard, and the hand photometric system. A streamlined procedure was devised for measuring an average of 40 subjects a day. The measurements were divided into groups of approximately 22 each, based on principles of time/motion efficiency. Dimensions assigned to a given measuring station were those that could rmost easily be measured in sequence without excessive repositionirg of subjects, and those that required a minimum of pickirrj up and laying down of instruments. Dimensions were also grcted in such a way that the time required to measure all dimensiols at each station was approximately equal. Two larn•lmarking stations were similarly established, as were inand out-processing stations. Figure 1 illustrates the subject flow plan. In the meantime, all the necessary arrangements were made at Army posts where measuring tears were to work for periods ranging from ten days to eight weeks. Although the vast majority of the male pilots were measured at Fort Rucker, the female subjects who coffprise the theoretical female pilot working data base were selected for measurement at the following 11 posts. The itinerary was as follows: Fort McClellan, Alabama Fort Campbell, Kentucky Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Fort Hood, Texas Fort Le-kscn, South Carolina Fort Gordon, Georgia

Fort Stewart,

Fort Rucker, Alabama

Georgia

Fort Ord, California Fort Lewis, Washington

Fort Dix, New Jersey

In July of 1987 a measuring team of 22 persons began an intensive four-week training period prior to their deployment in the field. Early in the training period, team meznbers were amsigned to the landmarking cr measuring station at which they would work for the duration of the survey. Thus, each team member, under the instruction of professional anthropaoetrists, concentrated for about thrge weeks on learning to locate and draw the landmarks or measuere the dimensions for which he or she would be permanently r--ponsible. 7

/

Subject briefing Stature/Weight Subject selection

SCREENING SITE

-

Subjects~ not selected for survey Do.- EXIT

Subjects selected for survey proceed to measuring site

Briefing/waiting Rccm ,eS~i

EXIT

Sttin

Marking Station 1

FMarking

Station 2

[Dressing

[Measuring

MEASUJRING SITE

station 1

oMeasuring Staione

FMeasuring Station 2

(Measuring 'ir

II

Room

1

Flow chartin fttor

-*1

In/Out Processing

Station Iu~r,. -•--ýco an

Measuring Station 4

Measuring Station 5

Measuring Station 6

8

Two people were assigned to each measuring station, ore to serve as a measurer and one as a recorder; pairs of team -.embers alternated these functions throughout each day. Two waren were permanently assigned to five of the measuring stations. A male team alternated with a female team at the station wh.ere most dimensions between the waist and knees were measured, depending on whether subjects were min or wimen. These same teams alternated assignments to the headboarde/hand photo station. Male and female marking personnel at the land arking stations also changed from day to day, depending on wbether subjects were men or women. They alternated as in- and out-processing clerks when members of the opposite sex were being marked. Subjects were selected for measurement in accordance with procedures described in Chapter III. Essentially, they were selected either from unit rosters before the measuring team arrived at a particular post, or frcm units assembled at a subject-screening site. There, soldiers were briefed on the general purposes of the survey, and filled out forms giving demographic and biographical information about themselves; the data form is attached as Appendix E. At this site, soldiers were measured for Stature and Weight, and were selected or rejected for inclusion in the fully-maasured sample by means of a 5aputer program designed to meet the objectives of the sampling strategy. , Soldiers who had been put on the roster from their units for fuill measurement bypassed the screening formation. These subjects completed biographical forms at the neasuring site where they joined screened subjects in a full briefing, which included a description of the measuring procedures to be carried out. After the briefing, all soldiers were given nylon r'mning shorts in which they were measured. Men were measured bare--chested. Women were measured in their bras, and were issued T-shirts to wear while moving between measuring stations and at stations where upper body exposure was not required. C•ICHPER PROCELURES

One of the features that distinguishes this survey from its predec9ssors is the use of portable computers for data entry in the field.' Computers were used for three reasons: Entering the data onto electronic media saved time by eliminating hand recording of data. Data were ready for analysis much more quickly than in the past. This also eliminated transferring handwritten data as a source of error.

-

The computers were equipped with zu'st-desiqned software that

edited data values as they were en ered. In this way, if a questionable value was identified by the software, the measurers could check it while the subject was still present. Thus, the data canb-.g in

9

fran the field contained far fewer errors of measurement or entry than in past surveys and a smaller number of questionable values about which the data editors had to make decisions. The floppy diskettes used in the compters cxuld hold much more data than paper forms of the sawe size.

Portable personal canuteors were independently operated at each measuring station. Each subject's data were kept together on a single floppy diskette, which the subject carried fran station to station as he/she moved through the measuring process. The subject received the diskette at an in-processing station, at which the subject's number, sex, and date were written onto the diskette. Each subject was measured and the recorder entered the data into the station's coatuter. The anthropometric data from that station were then written onto the subject's diskette and onto a station diskette, which kept a record of each person measured at that station. Each station's computer also printed the data from that station onto a paper form which the subject carried from station to station. Both the printed form and the station diskette served as backups in case of loss or damage to the subject's diskette. After the subject had been measured, all the data from the diskette were read at the out-prccessing station to verify that the subject had visited each station, and that the data from each station were recorded properly on the

diskette. Data from the subject's biographical questionnaire were also added to the subject diskette at the out-processing station. The editing routines in the ccnputer software were based on procedures which had been used successfully for some time by the contractor, Anthrcpoj~y Research Project, Inc., in a rnmber of previous military surveys. The approach is essentially two-phased. A value is first checked against the highest value and the lowest value measured for that variable. If the measured value is higher than the highest value to date, or lower than the lowest value to date, an audible signal is given, which instructs the measurer to take the measurement again. This approach is very effective in screening out wildly aberrant values resulting from a rdsassembled irnstrnent, misreading an instrunent, transposirg digits, or misentering a value by 100 or 1000. After each dimension at a station was measured, the second phase of data editing began. The computer software contained a series of rultiple regression ecquations in which the value for each dimension was predicted frcn the values of to other dimensions measur'ed at that station. The measured value for a given subject, for a given dimension, was ccr•ared to the predicted value. If the measured and the predicted value differed by more than a preset amount, the audible signal was given, and the measurer was asked to remeasure that diLnerzion.

In that way, values which were not aberrant for the mcilation as a whole but were disproportionate for that irdividual were- identified and check-ed. The cciputer data entry and editing system, including program source code listings, is ccnletely described in Churchill et al., 1988.4 10

ANTHW)(?~P.=C INSflR3MI= Several stardard anthropcaetric instrurents as well as a few unique instruments were used in this survey. The standard instruments, all of which are available frcur Seritex, Inc., 450 Barell Avenue, Carlstadt, NJ 07072, included: GIM anthrocrter base plate sliding caliper sliding caliper (Poech type) spreading caliper, rour)ed Bicondylar Vernier caliper (Holtain caliper) steel measuring tape (2-meter)

Catalogue Catalogue Catalogue Catalogue Catalogue Catalogue

No. No. No. No. No. No.

101 1OIF 104 114 106 604

Catalogue No. 110

These Lnstnments are illustrated in Figures 2 and 3. In Figure 2 the anthroneter is illustrated in the two modes in which it was used.

Figure 2.

Anthropqrmeter: a. beam caliper; b. four sections of the basic anthrcpometer.

Figure 3.

Calipers and tape: a. steel tape; b. spreadirg caliper; c. slidijig caliper; d. Holtain calimr; e. Ppech caliper.

The pupillometer for mrasurLng interrupillary breadth is shown in Figure 4. This conmercial device can Le obtained from: Multi-Cptics Corporation,

1153 D. Triton Drive, Foster City, CA

11

94404.

Figure 4.

Pupillcmeter.

oMasuring instzuments that were modified or created for the survey include: a functional leg lemgth anthropcmeter, wall scales, foot measuring boxes, a modified sliding caliper, and a modified tape. Several instruments for use in locating larndarks were also devised. These include a buttoxck plate, a smooth vertical board that is moved along a table to establish the posterior buttock point of a seated subject (see photograph on page 124). Other devices were specially designed to help position subjects oxrrectly. The leg leveller, for exa'rple, consists of two horizontal flat boards appro;imately 1 foot by 1.5 feet in size. Sandwiched between the boards are two scissor jacks situated at right angles to each other. When the jacks are raised in concert, the upper board is raised, parallel to the floor. The lower board rests on the floor. The purpose of the device is to raise or lower the legs of the seated subject so that the thighs are parallel to the floor (see photograph on page 124). The functional leg lernth anthropcrrnter is shown in Figure 5. This ir-trment consists of a stardard- GF•4 (early series) anthrcpcmeter mounted vertically on a sole plate. Two wall graphs were used to easure arm renaches. Both wall graphs are of graph paper scaled in rillL7etc'r ard sealed in mylar sheeting. The orientation of the graphs is chcwn in Figure 6 with refererne to the corner near which it is mounted.

12

Vertical gra~ph

Heel Plate

ads*

Sol* Plate

Figure 5.

Fiytoa

e

-nt

Figure 6.

grientgtiM

f wll-

The foot reasuring boxes are made of three-null~imter alumlmram stock. )[ilixreter~graph paper affixed to the standing surfaices is covered with Plexiglas'. Used in reasuring linear dizensions of the foot, the two~ footboxes, a left and a right, are show~n in Figure 7.

Figure 7.

Foo jnsurirg I-cxcs.

Citation of t-racde na-s. in this report does mt co~nstitute endorseren or approval of use of a product or itcmn. 13

A stardard GRI4 (early series) sliding caliper was modified to use in measuring lateral mallsolus height. The sliding caliper was modified by removing the fixed arm and substituting a 77-mn arm for the 51-=n arm. The modified instrument is show.• in Figure 8.

~'A'

Figure 8.

E

ý

Modified sliding caliper.

The modified tape, used fcr two posterior crctch -ith measurements, is made by attaching a dowel to the zero erd of a stai .d tape as a handhold. A triangular plastic pennant is affixed at the zero mark of the tape. The instrutnt is illustrated in Figure 9.

Figure 9.

Modif!ed tape.

Several measurirg and marking aids were used in this study. They included a landmark transfer rod and scye marking aid, which were cunsrtcted for the purpose. The lard=ik transfer rod, approximately six feet high, is shown in Figure 10. It consists of a vertical rod mounted on a triangular base. The base has three casters on the bottco which permit the device to be easily rolled arcur-d the subjc-t. A slide that can be moved Lm and down is mounted on the vertical rod. A dowel is mounted at right angles to the slide andi rod; a thin horizontal plate is affixed to the and of the dcoel. The device is used to transfer larxnmarks from oryn side of the body to the same level on another side.

14

N/

H.'.

Figure 10.

Landmark transfer rcd.

The scye marking aid is a rigid Plexiglas straightedge with a line level epoxied to the lower left margin of the straightedge. This device, illustrated in Figure 11, was used to establish the anterior and posterior scye marks.

Figure 11.

marking aid.

S

Autowated Headboxard Device

The automated headboard device (AHD) was specifically designed and constructed for the reasurement of three-dimensioral (3-D) coordinates of the head and face. The coordinates are defined in terms of three mutually perpendicular axes (X,Y, and Z) refererced to the intersection of two plane surfaces (headboards) against h ich a subject's head is positioned for measuraent, as shown in Figure 12.

15

vN

x +

+

Z

:i?•.IY

Figure 12.

Axis system for headboard measurm.=ts.

-lTe AHD is pictured in Figure 13; its basic elements are shown and labeled in Figure 14. The Subjaect positioning system permits the seat to be raised or cwexo to bring the subjey-t's head into firm contact with A head clarp is incorporated the re-ar and top headboards (see Figure 15). to minimize head movement during the measuring process. A coordinate m!easuring system constitutes the measuring elements (see Figure 16). It approximately rotated be out arm which of a movable consists (rotary and slide), 200 M~(horizontal 200 through in and moved can bearing), S.......degrees cbjective is the operation, In momed up and down 300 rn (vertical slide). ruby bead (2-rindiameter) located on a probe on the a dto bring (tall thorizontal slide into light contact with a landmark drawn on the face. The coordinate measuring system is calibrated so that the location of the center of the bead relative to the horizontal and vertical headboard surfaces is kncwn to the nearest 0. 1 m,. As the probe is moved around the face from lan1ark to larndmark, their coordinates are entered automatically when the recorder hits a button upon word from the operator that the bead is on the landmark. DE-xxxiers attached to each of the

imovable slides act to convert the moverents into electric-al pulses that are equivalent to distance. To convert these analog signals into digital cocrdinate values for three axes, the system is designed to cc-rate with a personal computer progra,'nod to perform the aralog-to-digital conversions, total the pulse counts, and perform the necessary trigoncmetric A full description of the develcprrnt, validation, and calculations. Gordon, 1988.5 operation of the AHD m•ay be found in Annis and 16

LY

r,

M,

171

COUNTERBALANCE SPRING VERTICAL SLIDE ASSEMBLY ROTARY BEARING COORDINATE MEASURING SYSTEM (CMS)

DOLLY HANDLES

IROTARY

(

I

SUPPORT HOUSING

.

HEAD POSITIONING

""SUBASSEMBLY

I

HORIZONTAL SLIDE ASSEMBLY

LEVELING BUBBLE

CHAIR CONTROL SWITCH

tiUNG

ka SUBJECTP

UNEAR ACTUATCOR

T

(SpS)

CHAIR DRIVE MOTOR

LEVELING FEET

Figure 14.

Principal c

r•nts of the Autcmted HFendc

18

:L~i

rd Device.

/a

HEAD STABIUZATION C LAMP TOP HEADBOARD

REAR HEADBOARD

Figure 15.

The reference planes (headboarIs) and head stabilization clamp.

B EARI NG WOAY

ROTARY AXIS I HORIZONTAL AXIS SUDE H;-clUT 2129,71

Figure 16.

•,'

AR0U•O0 '0

The axis asserblies of the •=o-dirnte system and their rarq of myv-ennt. 19

measrirn

Hand Photo Box Ntmrzmis dimns ions of the hand and fingers are required for the sizing and design of gloves. Because it was deemed too time-consuming to maa..re all these variables, a hand photamtric system was designed to quickly and accurately capture hand images from which extensive data could be collected at a later tire. The device is illustrated in Figure 17. The system takes two sequential photographs: the first is a photo of the palm, using black-and-white film and flash rhotography; the second is a silhouette of the hand using a low-wattage bulb for back lighting and a series of lenses which cause the silhouette to be only minimally distorted. It is from the low-distortion silhouette that the i-asurenrents are made. The complete system and the cpticgl principles on which it is based are described by Zehner and ccworkers. rTo collect data from the pairs of photographs, a hard shadowcjram data reduction device was developed. This device, specifically designed to accept the photographs from the hand photcmetric systzn, superimposes the two images on each other. In this way, the dimensions can be taken from the silhouette image, while using the ordinary palm-and-fingers photograph to identify soft-tissue landtarks. A personal carputer ard custom-designed software are integral ccmponents of the data reduction

"----"-

-

I

Figure 17.

"--. .

-

-

SubI-ect seated at rhotobco. 20

-

"device, so the operator can exandne the superirposed photographs on the video screen and mark a number of landmarks on the hand using the camuter's mouse. The coordinates of the points so identified are autcuatically read into the computer, which then corputes the linear dimensions of the hand frcm the silhouette image. Additional derived dimensional data on the hand will be available through regression equations. During the course of data collection, finger circumference data were directly measured on 1,190 subjects (620 males and 570 females) for whom hand photographs were also taken. The €iinger widths and corresponding finger circumfererns from those individuals were used to calculate regression equations in which circumference is predicted by finger width. Using those regression equations, finger circumferences can be derived for the remainder of the subjects. Data collection using the hand shadowrz-am data reduction device is underway as of this writing. TIHE

MS

Dimensions are me-asured from one point on the body (or a fixed surface such as the floor) to another or, in the case of circumferences, around a part of the body at a specified level. To ensure that each dimension is measured accurately and consistently from subject to subject, dimensions are defined in terms of body landmarks, which serve as the origin, termination, or level of measurement of a dimension. Two men and two women were trained in locating rariy of these points by palpation or by sight, and placirn actual drawn marks on the bodies of all subjects in this saurvey. Measurers were also trained to recognize other easily located landmarks, sunh as Dactylion II, the tip of the index finger, for which marking was not necessary. The landxmarks used to dcfine the measurements in the survey are listed and briefly described on the following rages. Detailed illustrated

instructions for locating these ] andmarks can be found in the Measurer's Handbook., This chapter was taken from the 1938 A-throcm.tric S&_ey. of U.S. ArM Personnel: Methods and Surmary Stati

21

LANDMARKS

Abdominal point, anterior. The most protruding point of the relaxed abdomen of a seated subject-

Arzomion, right and left- The point of intersection of the lateral border of the acromial process and a line running down the middle of the shoulder from the neck to the tip of the shoulder.

The tip of the first or second toe of the right foot, whichever is longer.

Alare, right and left: The lateral point on the flare or wing of the nose.

..

o

Axillay fold,

Anterior superior illacI spine, right and left The anterior points of ihe right and left iliac crests.

posterior-. right and left: The highest points of the right and left axillary folds on the back.

Biceps point: The highest point of the right flexed biceps as viewed from the subject's right side.

Bustpoint, right and left: The anterior points of the bra cups.

22

LANDMARKS (coned)

"BtkotButtock point, right Butk point, posterior-. Point of maximum protrusion of the right buttock of a standing subject.

later-l and left ;aterah Points on the thigh or hip at the level of the maximum protrusion of the right buttock.

Calf A point on the side of the calf at the level of the maximum circumference of the

The superior palpable point of the spine of the seventh cervical

/Cervicale:

right calf.

"'

vertebra.

Cheilion, right and

left: The lateral point of the juncture of the fleshy tissue of the lips with the facial skin at the corner of

Chin: The most protruding point on the bottom edge of the chin, along the

the mouth.

jawline.

Clavicle point, rioht and left The superior point of the lateral cads of the clavicle.

Crinion: The lowest point of the hairline on the forehead in the midsagittal plane.

* /I

23

J

LANDMARKS (cont'd)

Dactylion M- The tip of the right index finger.

Dactylion IIright and left: The tip of the middle finger.

Deltoid point, right

Dorsal juncture of the

and left- The lateral

calf and thigh: The

point of the right deltoid muscle, and the margin of the left deltoid muscle at the level of the right deltoid point.

juncture between the right calf and thigh behind the knee of a subject sitting with the knee flexed 90 degrees.

Doral juncture of the foot and leg: The top of a skin crease between the right foot and the front of the ankle when the knees and ankles are flexed about 30 degrees.

Ear, bottom: The lowest point of the right ear on its long axis.

Ear point: The lateral point (farthest from the head) of the right ear.

Ear, top: The highest point of the right ear on its long axis.

A

xr',

f

24

LAMDMARKS (coned

Ectoorbitaklerght and left The posterior point on the frontal process of the zygomatic bone at the level of the outer comer of the eye.

Ectocanthus: The outside corner of the right eye formed by the meeting of the upper and lower eyelids.

Fifth

metatarsophalangeal protrusion: The lateral protrusion of the right foot in the region of the fifth metatarsophalangeal joint.

Elbow crease: The skin crease on tbh inside of the right elbow joint when the elbow is flexed 90 degrees.

Fiast

C

mctatarsophalange4 protrusion: eright medial protrusion o0 the right foot in the region of the first metatarsophalangeal joint,

rntotemporale, and left: The point of deepest indentation of the temporal crest of the frontal bone above the browridges.

Glabella: The anterior point on the frontal bone midway between the bor-y browridges.

Gluteal furrow point: The lowest point of the lowest furrow or crease at the juncture of the right buttock and the tbigýh

f1\

25

LANDMARKS (cont'd)

Gonion, right and left The lateral point on the posterior angle of the mandible (jawbone).

Heel point, lateral and m The Tedia lateral and medial points of the right heel located at or behind the most protruding point of the lateral malleolus. (outside ankle bone).

/

Thocristal-7 The highest palpable point of the right iliac ccest

-

"

I!

ly~j

of the pelvis, one half the distance between the anterior superior iliac and posterior superior iliac spines.

2/

Inferior breast po~it: The inferior point of the juncture of the lower of the two breasts with the torso.

)-

)

Infraoibitale, right and left The lowest point on the anterior

Infmthyroick The inferior point in tht; midsagittal piar: of

border of the bony

the thyroid coirtikgc

eye socket.

(Adam's apple).

fl

Inner thighb- A vertical line halfway between the front and back of the right inner thigh, and extending downward from the level of the gluteal furrow.

Knec point, anterior The most protruding point of the right kneecap of a seated subject.

26

A

LANDMARKS (cont'd)

Lateral femoral epcondyle, standing and sitting. Lateral point of the right femoral epicondyle (knee pivot point).

Iateral malleolus: The lateral point of the right lateral malleolus (outside ankle bone).

Medial

Menton:

inalleolus:

The medial point of the right medial malleolus (inside ankle bone).

Metac~arpale M-

The inferior

point of the mandible in the midsagittal plane (bottom of the chin).

The

Metacarpale V.

lateral point of the right metacarpophalangeal joint Il (at the base of the index finger on the outer edge of the hand).

The

medial point of the right metacarpophalangeal joint V (at the base of the little finger on the outer edge of the hand).

Mldshoulder

The

point on top of the

right shoulder midway between the neck (right trapezius point) and the tip of the shoulder (acromion, right).

Midpatella: The anterior point halfway between the top and bottom of the right patella (the kneecap).

27

LANDMARKS (cont'd)

Neck anterior, right lateral, and left lateral. Anterior and lateral points at the base of the neck.

Midspine: A line down the center of the back.

Oknon, center. A

d~I~01t Olecranon, bottom

point on the center of

andtrear. The lowest

the curvature of the

and rearmost points of the right elbow with the elbow flexed 90 degrees.

right olecranon process with the elbow flexed about 115 degrees.

cPsterior superior iliac spine: The posterior point of the crest of the right ilium. A dimple normally overlies this point.

W/,// Otobasion superior. The anterior superior point of the juncture between the right ear and the head.

Promentor: The

anterior projection of the soft tissue of the chin.

.

\r

Pwnaale: The point of the antprior

,,

>--K

projection of the tip of the nose.

28

\-

LANDMARKS (cont'd)

PterioiiThe PtC-ior The posterior point of the right heel..

adiale: The highest point on the outside edge of the right radius.

.. --

Scye: Points on the upper arm and torso associated with the armhole of a garment. Anterior scye on the torso: A short horizontal line on the torso originating at the apex of the right anterior axillary fold. .Anterior scye on the upper arm= A short horizontal line on the

Posterior diagonal wye, right and left: A diagonal line connecting the apex of the posterior axillary fold with the acromion landmark on shetpould shoulder. her

upper arm originating at the apex of the right

anterior axillary fold. Posterior horizontal scye, right and left. A short horizontal line on the back originating at the apex of the posterior axillary

Miscc right and left: shorthoriz A on t ln horizontal line bisecting the Posterior d dianark. l

--

fold. Posterior vertical scye-,~Scye Posteior

dsieAshr, level at midspine: A short

right and lcft: A short vertical line on the back originating at the apex of the posterior axillary fold.

!

horizontal li-ie acrossT the spine at the level

-

horizontal scye lindarks. landmarks.

29

I

,

LANDMARKS (cone'd)

Sellion: The point of the deepest deprssin nasal boi s at the top of the nose.

Stomion: The point cf intersection of the upper and lower lip the midsagittal plaewe1h motis closed.

ofthein

Submandibulr-~ The

juncture, in the midsagittal plane, of the lower jaw (mandible) and the neck.

Stylion: The lowest point of the bottom of the right radius.

Subnasale- The point of intersection of the

philtrumn (groove of

f

the upper Hip) with the inferior surface of ~the nose, in thel: inidsagittal plane.

-----The superior point of the right patellia (kneecap).

\lSupraipatella.: -

j\

Suprastern ale: The inferior point of the jugu.lar notch of the

stcrnum (top of the

Tenth ri'b: The inferior point of the right tenth rib (bto fte rin

breastbonc>.

Cd'

30

tI

2~y

\

LANDMARKS (coned)

TThigh

pointhtaop

The

Thelion, right and left: Center of the nipple (on males).

highest point of the top of the right thigh of a seated subject.

Thumbtip: The tip of

Thethe of head: Top point on highest head when the head is

the right thumb.

in the Frankfort plane.

Tragion, right and left: The superior point on the juncture of the cartilaginous flap (tragus) of the ear with the head.

Trape~iU point, right and left- The point at which the anterior border of the trapezius muscle crosses the lateral neck landmark.

Trochanter: A point at the center of the lateral surface of the greater trochanter of the right femur of a sitting subject.

" Trochanterion The superior point of the greater trochanter of the right femur of a standing subject.

y

31

;.-

%

LANDMARKS (coned)

Waist (natural indentation): right and left; anterior and posterior:. Level of the greatest indentation on the right side of the torso, or half the distance between 10th rib and Iliocristale if no single indentation is clear.

Wrist, dorsal: A line across the back of the right wrist originating at the stylion landmark and perpendicular to the long axis of the arm.

Waist (omphalion): right and left; anterior and posterior. Level of the center of the navel.

Zygion, right and left The lateral point on the zygomatic arch.

-

Zygofrontale, right and left- The lateral point of the frontal bone on its zygomatic process.

32

HA5PrER III

E SAMME The April 1990 anthrcpxmptric qualifications which pilots rst meet

are:

Span > 164 an; Crotch Height > 75 an; and Sitting Height < 102 In addition to thpe general anthroxurtric requirements for entrance to flight school, pilots must also meet specific antbropaietric requirements in order to attain flight classification for operating specific types of aircraft (i.e., rotary wing versus fixed wing). Therefore, the sarpling strategy for rale pilots in the survey was based on flight classification to ensure that an appropriate range of anthropometric variability was represented in the sample. In 1988, some 93% of all U.S. Army aircraft were rotary wing and approximately 7% were fixed wing aircraft. Tables 5 and 6 present a breakdown of each flight classification within the rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft types. Tables 7 and 8 show the prirary and secondary flight classification distribution for the male pilots in this report.

cmo.

As indicated in Table 9, the majority of male pilots (79.3%) were measured at Ft. Racker where they were randomly selected for measurement according to flight classification. The remaining 20.7% were screened and selected for measurement at Ft. Campbell, Ft. Stewart, Ft. Ord, Ft. Lewis, and Ft. Hood. Although a total of 493 male pilots were measured, only 487 we-re used for computing the summary statistics presented in this report. This is because six of the male pilots could not be completely measured, and thus are not a part of the pilot working data base. Because there are only a small number of female pilots in the U.S. Army, only nine female pilots participated in the 1988 Anthropcmetric Survey. Therefore, a theoretical female pilot working data base was created using the 1988 Anthropometric Survey data pool. The initial step in creating the female pilot working data base was to identify all female subjects who met the June 1989 flight school criteria 8 . This pool of subjects was then demographically matched to the June 1989 U.S. Army female pilot population (see Table 8) using random selection. The female pilot working data base contains a total of 334 individuals who meet the current anthropometric criteria for flight school acceptance, and whose demographic characteristics match the June 1989 female pilot population. agAAcSERISTICS OF T-H WORKING DATA BASE Tables 10 through 13 present the demographic distributions for age and race found among the June 1989 U.S. Army pilr* population and the pilot working data base. The male pilot working data base has a slight excess in the 25-30 age group and among the White and Hispanic racial/ethnic groups. These slight differences are not urexpected since flight classification was used to select pilots for measurement, rather than age and race. The female pilot working data base demographically matches the actual female pilot population for all categories.

33

Table 14 presents the age distribution of the pilot working data base. The mean age of the female pilots (29.36 years) is thre years younger than the mean age of the male pilots (32.68 years). The race distribution for both females and males is presented in Table 15. Because the female sample is only anthrcmmtrically representative of the female pilot population, the remaining data relating to rank, ethnicity, years of service, duty location, vision, ard handedness are summarized only for the male pilot working data base. The ethnic distribution of male pilots is shown in Table 16. Over half of the male pilots view their ethnic group as American, which may be because almost all of the male pilots were born in the United States (see Table 17). Tables 18, 19, and 20 present information on Military Component, Rank, and Grade. Over 99% of the male pilots have corpleted more than two years of service as shown in Table 21. Vision correction, and the eye used for sighting a weapon are covered in Tables 22 and 23, respectively. Handedness, as determined by preferred hand for writing or firing a weapon, is shown in Tables 24 and 25.

34

TAME 5.

Distribution of U.S. Army Rotary Wing Aircraft

Rotary wing '

Percent

UHI CH47 AHI AH64 OH58 OH60

33.0 9.0 14.0 4.0 25.0 15.0

Totals

TABLE 6.

100.0

Distribution of U.S. Army Fixed Wing Aircraft

Fixed_Wiy

Percent

C12/U21 OVi FW Misc.

40.0 33.0 27.0

Totals

100.0

35

TABTE 7.

Priarmy Flight Class Distribution of 1988 Male Pilots Flictht Class Frequeny 9 AH-I 1 AH-IGEPS 2 AH-IQ/S 5 AH-15 19 AH-64 1 AHIG 1 C-12 1 CH-34 1 CH-47 1 CH-47ABC 2 CH-47BCD 1 CH-47CD 1 HUGHS30 1 0-1 1 0-1AEG

Percent 1.8 .2 .4 1.0 3.9 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 .4 .2 .2 .2 .2

Qumulative Percent 1.8 2.1 2.5 3.5 7.4 7.6 7.8 8.0 8.2 8.4 8.8 9.0 9.2 9.4 9.7

1

.2

9.9

1 1 5 2 1 1 16 3 20 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 155 9 1 151

.2 .2 1.0 .4 .2 .2 3.3 .6 4.1 .2 .4 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 .4 .2 .2 31.8 1.8 .2 31.0

10.1 10.3 11.3 11.7 11.9 12.1 15.4 16.0 20.1 20.3 20.7 20.9 21.1 21.4 21.6 21.8 22.0 22.4 22.6 22.8 54.6 56.5 56.7 87.7

1 1 50 1

.2 .2 10.3 .2

87.9 88.1 98.4 98.6

UH-60 UH-60A

5 2

1.0 .4

99.6 100.0

TIOTALS

487

100.0

100.0

OH-1fUMI

OH-lHE CH-13 0H-23 OH-23D OH-5AC 0H-56 OH-58 OH-58A OH-58AC OH-58D 0H-58SCT OH-6A OV-I OI/TO-I T-41 T-42 TH-ll Th-13 Th-13T TH-16 Th-55 Mi-55A U-21 LH-I UH-IABD UH-1AIL UI-IH UH-IV

36

ABIE 8.

Secondary Flight Class Distributicn of 1988 Male Pilots Flight Class None AH-I AH-1G AH-1MC AH-1Q/S AH-IS AH-15 AH-15MC AHl-64 AH-64A C-12 C-45 CH-47 OH-1 CH-1H •H-13 0H-23 OH-55 OH-58 CH-58A OH-58AB OH-58AC

0H-58ACD OH-58C OH-58D OH-58SCT OH-6 OV-1 T-41 T-42 M1-13 Th-13ST TH-13T IH-55 TH-55A U-21 U-21ABCH UH-1 UH-1ABCD UH-1ABr11 UH-1AIL UH-1BC UH-IBCH UH-1E[ UH-IH LiH-1HV

F

enc 47 16 1 1 8 1 25 1 7 1 1 1 7 1 1 8 5 1 58 15 1 26 1 3 1 4 8 1 3 3 2 1 2 21 3 5 1 90 2 1 2 1 1 2 75 1

37

Percent 9.7 3.3 .2 .2 1.6 .2 5.1 .2 1.4 .2 .2 .2 1.4 .2 .2 1.6 1.0 .2 11.3 3.1 .2 5.3 .2 .6 .2 .8 1.6 .2 .6 .6 .4 .2 .4 4.3 .6 1.0 .2 18.5 .4 .2 .4 .2 .2 .4 15.4 .2

Omxlative Percent 9.7 13.0 13.1 13.3 14.9 15.1 20.3 20.5 22.0 22.2 22.4 22.6 24.0 24.2 24.4 26.1 27.1 27.3 38.6 41.7 41.9 47.2 47.4 48.0 48.3 49.1 50.7 50.9 51.5 52.2 52.6 52.8 53.2 57.5 58.1 59.1 59.3 77.8 78.2 78.4 78.9 79.1 79.3 79.7 95.1 95.3

TABIE 8.

Fiht Class UH-60 UH-6CA UH-60D 'ITOL

Continued ent

Frequ

3.9 .6 .2

19 3 1

100.0

487

38

Qxmilatives Prcert 99.2 99.8 100.0 100.0

TABLE 9.

Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort

Distribution by Duty Incation 1988 Male Pilots

Campbell Stewart Ord Lewis Hood Rucker

TOTALS

Freqec

Percent

22 6 5 18 50 386

4.5 1.2 1.0 3.7 10.3 79.3

487

100.0

39

T/~

TABIE 10.

Ae-(yrs)

Demographic Distribution of the U.S. Arny Pilot-, June 1989: Females

White

Black

Fispanic

AsiarV Pacific Island

Averican Ind/n Alaskan Mixed/ Native Other

Row Total

< 20

Count %

2 0.7

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

2 0.7

21-24

Count %

20 7.4

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

1 0.4

21 7.7

25-30

Count 145 % 53.3

3 1.1

2 0.7

1 0.4

2 0.7

4 1.5

157 57.7

> 31

Count 87 % 32.0

3 1.1

0 0.0

1 0.4

0 0.0

1 0.4

92 33.8

TOTAI S

Count 254 % 93.4

6 2.2

2 0.7

2 0.7

2 0.7

6 2.2

272 99.9

TABLE 11.

Demographic Distribution of Female Pilot Working Data Base

Are (Wrs)

American Indian/ Alaskan Mixed2/ Native Other

Row Total

Black

Hispanic

2 0.6

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

2 0.6

21-24

count 25 % 7.5

0 0.0

C 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

1 0.3

26 7.8

25-30

Count 178 % 53.3

4 1.2

2 0.6

1 0.3

2 0.6

6 1.8

193 57.8

> 31

Count 107 % 32.0

4 1.2

0 0.0

3. 0.3

0 0.0

1 0.3

113 33.8

TITALS

Count 312 % 93.4

8 2.4

2 0.6

2 0.6

2 0.6

8 2.4

334 100.0

< 20

hite

Asian/ Pacific Island

Count %

40

r,'T77

TABLE 12.

Age

rs1

Demographic Distribution of the U.S. Army Pilots, June 1989: Males

Asianv Pacific

American Indian/ Alaskan Mixed/

Native

Other

Total

White

Black

Hispanic

Island

Raw

< 20

Count %

27 0.2

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

27 0.2

21-24

Count

517 4.2

10 0.1

4 0.0

2 0.0

5 0.1

3 0.0

541 4.4

25-30

Count %

3420 27.9

130 1.1

22 0.2

11 0.1

2 0.0

51 0.4

3636 29.7

> 31

Count %

7479 61.1

315 2.6

107 0.9

29 0.2

18 0.1

94 0.8

8042 65.7

Count 11443 % 93.4

455 3.7

133 1.1

42 0.3

25 0.2

148 1.2

12246 100.0

TITAIS

TABLE 13.

_Ag

Demographic Distribution of Male Pilot Working Data Base

Wnite

Black

Hisanic

AsiarV Pacific Island

American IndiazV Alaskan Mixed/ Native Other

Row Total

< 20

Count %

2 0.4

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

2 0.4

21-24

CoLnt %

26 5.3

1 0.2

0 0.0

0 0.0

0 0.0

2 0.4

29 6.0

25-30

Cut 142 % 29.2

7 1.4

9 1.9

2 0.4

0 0.0

6 1.2

166 34.1

>31

Count 251 % 51.5

7 1.4

17 3.5

3 0.6

2 0.4

10 2.1

290 59.5

TOT=S

Count 421 % 86.4

15 3.1

26 5.4

5 1.0

2 0.4

18 3.7

487 100.0

41

TABLE 14.

Age Distribution of 1988 Pilots

Males

Females (Mean Age - 29.36)

Age

(Mean Age - 32.68)

Cumulative Percent Percent

Frequ

Age

F

cr

_Percent

Cumulative Percent

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

2 8 5 7 6 48 35 36 29 23 22 16 9 20 14 11

.6 2.4 1.5 2.1 1.8 14.4 10.5 10.3 8.7 6.9 6.6 4.8 2.7 6.0 4.2 3.3

.6 3.0 4.5 6.6 8.4 22.8 33.2 44.0 52.7 59.6 66.2 71.0 73.7 79.6 83.8 87.1

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

2 3 2 3 21 16 13 27 39 32 39 38 26 27 25 19

.4 .6 .4 .6 4.3 3.3 2.7 5.5 8.0 6.6 8.0 7.8 5.3 5.5 5.1 3.9

.4 1.0 1.4 2.1 6.4 9.7 12.3 17.9 25.9 32.4 40.5 48.3 53.6 59.1 64.3 68.2

36

10

3.0

90.1

36

21

4.3

72.5

37

11

3.3

93.4

37

20

4.1

76.6

38

15

3.1

79.7

38

4

1.2

94.6

39 40 41 42 43

4 5 4 2 0

1.2 1.5 1.2 .6 .0

95.8 97.3 98.5 99.1 99.1

39 40 41 42 43

32 23 13 12 8

6.6 4.7 2.7 2.5 1.6

86.2 91.0 93.6 96.1 97.7

44 45

2 1

.6 .3

99.7 100.0

334

100.0

100.0

44 45 46 47 48 50 51

5 1 1 1 1 1 1

1.0 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2

98.8 99.0 99.2 99.4 99.6 99.8 100.0

487

100.0

100.0

TIO=_S

TOTAIS

42

TABLE 15.

Distributicn by Pace of 1988 Pilots

Females Pace

U

F

Males Pe-cent

White Black Hispanic Asian/Pacific American Indian Mixed/Other

312 8 2 2 2 8

93.4 2.4 0.6 0.6 0.6 2.4

TOTATS

334

100.0

Race White Black Hispanic Asian/Pacific American Indian Mixed/Other

43

r

Perent 421 15 26 5 2 18

86.4 3.1 5.3 1.0 .4 3.7

487

100.0

TABLE 16.

Distribution by Ethnicity 1988 Male Pilots

Frequency

Prcent

ASIAN Asian American Filipino

1 2

.2 .4

1 12

.2 2.5

1 1 1 4 3

.2 .2 .2 .8 .6

1 1 1 1 1 25 3 3 41 1 2 21 7 1 3 4 2 3 5 1 2 2

.2 .2 .2 .2 .2 5.1 .6 .6 8.4 .2 .4 4.3 1.4 .2 .6 .8 .4 .6 1.0 .2 .4 .4

CARIBBEAN ISLANDERS Cuban Puerto Rican CENTRAL AND SCQUIH PMEICýAN Colombian Hispanic American Latin American Mexican Mexican American E•JIOPEAN Anglo-Saxon British Czech Danish Dutch English European French German Greek Hungarian Irish Italian Iuxertourgiaf Norwegian Polish Scandinavian Scots Scots-Irish Slovak Swedish Welsh

44

TABIE 16.

Continured

Irish Apache

1

.2

American Indian

1

.2

NATIVE AMMICM Cherokee

2

Hawaiian Lumbee Sioux

.4

1 1 1

.2 .2 .2

312 1 7 1 1

64.1 .2 1.4 .2 .2

1

.2

487

100.0

NORH AMERICAN, NOT NATIVE AMERICAN Arerican Afro-American Black American Canadian French Canadian PACIFIC ISLANDERS Guamanian

TOTAIS

45

TME 17.

Distribution by Birthplace 1988 Male Pilots

SPeercent 14 3 3 3 32 4 7 2 25 17 1 3 16 7 5 7 8 7 4 9 11 16 13 6 16 4 6

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Ha1waii Idaho Illinois Inidiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska

Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahcoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South EDkota Tennessee Texas

Utah

46

2.9 .6 .6 .6 6.6 .8 1.4 .4 5.1 3.5 .2 .6 3.3 1.4 1.0 1.4 1.6 1.4 .8 1.8 2.3 3.3 2.7 1.2 3.3 .8 1.2

2

.4

10 4 23 15 2 14 7 5 31 1 9 2 10 28

2.1 .8 4.7 3.1 .4 2.9 1.4 1.0 6.4 .2 1.8 .4 2.1 5.7

1

.2

7ABLE 17.

0,itinuei

Virginia Waeshigton West Virginia Wisconsin Wyc~ming Washington, DC

12 6 3 8 1 4

2.5 1.2 .6 1.6 .2 .8

Asia Canada latin America Eurcpe Pacific Islands West Indi•S

3 1 6 17 3 10

.6 .2 1.2 3.5 .6 2.1

487

100.0

TOTAIS

47

MIIlME~ -

TABLE 18.

Distribution by Military Carpment 1988 Male Pilots

•ec

Percent

RuLdar Army Army Reserve Missing Data

440 45 _

90.3 9.2 .4

TOTALS

487

100.0

TABLE 19.

Distribution by Rank 1988 Male Pilots Freue

Percent

Warrant Officer 1 Warrant Officer 2 Warrant Officer 3 Warrant Officer 4 First Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel

15 140 78 60 29 133 23 9

3.1 28.7 16.0 12.3 6.0 27.3 4.7 1.8

IUrALS

487

100.0

TABLE 20.

Distribution by Grade 1988 Male Pilots Frequ

WoI W02 W03 W04 02 03 04 05 TcTAL

48

Percent

15 140 78 60 29 133 23 9

3.1 28.7 16.0 12.3 6.0 27.3 4.7 1.8

487

100.0

TABLE 21.

Distribution by Years of Service 1988 Male Pilots

Years

Cantleted

Frequnc

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 32

1 2 14 26 14 22 48 40 34 24 23 29 28 23 19 17 24 23 15 29 13 10 4 1 1 1 1 .

TOTAIS

487

49

Percent .2 .4 2.9 5.3 2.9 4.5 9.9 8.2 7.0 4.9 4.7 6.0 5.7 4.7 3.9 3.5 4.9 4.7 3.1 6.0 2.7 2.1 .8 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 100.0

TABLE 22.

Distribution by Vision Correction 1988 Male Pilots

Frespnc

Percent

Neither Glasses nor Contacts Prescript. on Glasses Prescription Contacts Both

401 82 0 4

82.3 16.8 0.0 .8

TOTAIS

487

100.0

TABLE 23.

Distribution by Sighting - Weapon 1988 Male Pilots

Fr~e~any

Percent

Right Left Either

413 48 26

84.8 9.9 5.3

TOfALS

487

100.0

50

Mr

TABLE 24.

Distribution by Handedness - Writing 1988 Male Pilots

Right Left

432 55

88.7 11. 3

TOTIS

487

100.0

TABLE 25.

Distribution by Hardedness 1988 Male Pilots

Frequenc

-

Weapon

Percent

Right Left Either

436 38 13

89.5 7.8 2.7

TOTALS

487

100.0

51

A

,5

.1

1

52

L *

*

,t**'*

*

CFPAER IV IM SLANDAMR

bESUREMMIS

One hundred thirty-two directly measur-d dimensions were obtained in this survey using traditional measuring insturuents and methcds. Where there was a choice of right or left, all mesuremients were taken on the right side unless otherwise specified or in the rare cases where an injury or anatomical abnormality made it necessary to measure on the left side. All measurements were made to the nearest millimeter. Weight was taken to the nearest 0.1 kilogram. Detailed illustrated instructions for making these measurements can be found in the Measure-'s Handbook 1 3 . Summary statistics, including means, standard deviations, and percentile values for male and female subjects, are tabulated on the ensuing pages. Users of these data will note .00 standard error (SE) v&-..ues for some means and standard deviations. This SE occurs because values in these tables are not listed beyond two decimal places. It will also be noted that for crinion measurements the number of male pilots are slightly below 487. Crinion (the widow's peak) cannot be located on bald subjects or those with receding hairlines; thus measurements involving this lan&mark were not taken on some subjects. A visual index, designed to assist the reader in locating particular dimensions whose names may be unfamiliar, appears on the following pages. Completing this section are the data pages, which include brief measurement descriptions, percentile tables, summary statistics, and frequency tables.

53

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS

A

1

49

73

27 26f (I)

~AAOIA~ ~ ~ ~ XENINDP

9

10

78

1

120

31

@ L

53 86

(1) ABDOMIINAL EXTLNSION DEPTH, (66) HIP BREADTH, SITTTNG

SITTING

(73) KINEE HEIGHT, SITTIG

(3) ACROMIAL HEIGHT, SITTIG (10) BIACROMIAL BREADTH

(78) MIDSHOULDEFS HEIGHT, SFITTING

(12) BIDELTOID BREADTH

(86) POPLITEAL HEIGHT

(26) BUTTOCK-KNEE LENGTH

(93) SITTING HEIGHT (104) THIGH CLEARANCE

(27) BUTTOCK-POPLI*EAL LENGTH (31)

(120) WA!ST HEIGHT, SITTING

CERVICALE HEIGHT, SII-FNG

(NATURAL LNDENTATION)

(48) ELBOW REST HEIGHT

(121) WAIST HEIGHT, SITTING

(49) EYE HEIGHT, SITTING

(OMPHALION)

(53) FOREARM-FOREARM BREADTh

:"

'

"

7

- "-

,"

"•'

" ,t'5 -

_77-7-7

-

VISUAL JINDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

101.

883

(6) AXILLA HEIGHT (22) BUSTEPOINT/THELION-BUSTPO.,-NT/THELION BREADTH (83) OVERHEAD FINGERTIP REACH (84) OVERHEAD FINGERTIP REACH, EXTENDED

(85) OVERHEAD FINGERTIP REACH, S=TING (101) SUPRASTERINALE HEIGHT (118) WAIST HEIGHT (.NATURAL INDENUATION) (119) WAIST HEIGHT (OMPHALION)

(129) WIRIST. HI]IGHT, SITTING

55

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

(.79

112j

S(2)

ACROMAL HEIGHT

(14) BISPRNOUS BREADTH (37) CHEST HEIGHT (39) CROTCH LE2GTH (NATURAL -NDENTATION)

(40) CROTCH LENGTH (ONItL-kLION), (67) ILIOCRISTALE HEIGHT (74) LATERAL FEMORAL EPICON"DYSE HEIGHT

37

(79) N7ECK-BUSTPOILNT/THELION LENGTH (89) SCYE DEPTH (99) STATURE (102) TENTI-H RIB HEIGHT (112) WAIST BREADTH

56

V

L

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

LG

100)A

115 (32

24

127

yy

Y

(j92 k

(70 30

(36) CHEST DEPTH (70) INTERSCYE II (72) KNEE HEIGHT, MIDPATELLA (92) SHOULDER LENGTH (100) STRAP LENGTH

*1

(24) BUTI'0CK DEPTH (29) CALF HEIGHT (30) CERVICALE HEIGHT (32) CHEST BREADTH

(110) WAIST BACK LENGTH (NATURAL INDENTATION) (I111) WAIST BACK LENGTH (OM0PHALION) (115) WAIST DEPM.

(116) WAIST FRONT LENGTH (NATURAL

INDENTATION) (117) WAIST FRONT LENGTH (OMPH.ALION) (123) WAIST (NATURAL IN"DENTATION) TO WAIST (OMPHALION) LENGTH (127) WRIST HIGHIT

57

VISUAL INDEX

-

THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS

(Continued)

90 33

-----

113 J126

28

80

34 (71) K.NEE CIRCUMTERENCE

Lii

(76) LOWER THIGH CICUNMERENCE (30) NECK ClRCUMFTERE:NCE (S1) NECK CIRCUMFTERENCE, BASE

/

(87) RADIALE-STYLION LENGTH

(

(BS) SCYE CIRCUNIFERENCE (90) SHOULDER CIRCUMFERENCE

(7) AXILLARYA.RM CIRCUMFE,-,REN'CE

(97) SLEEVE OUTFSEAM

(2-3) BUTTOCK CIRCUMIFERENCE

(103) THIGH CICUMFERENCE

(289) CA-LF CIRCUMFER-ENCE

(1 13) WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE

(33) CI ES T CIRC1

WR ENC E

(NATURAL INDEN`TATIION)

(34) CITEST CIRCUMTFERENCE AT SCYE

(114-)

(35) CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE BELOW BRITAST

WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE (OM2HALION)ý

(47) ELBOWCIRCLMFERENCE

(12>) WRIST CIRCUMFERENCE

58

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEAS UREMENTS (Continued)

91 54

122

25 38

157L

56

(6)

'I

CYI

(11) BICEPS CIRCUMlFERENCE. FLEXED (25) BUNTOCK HEIGHT (38) CROTCH HEIGHT

(52) FOREARM CIRCUMRERENCE, FLEXED (54) FOREARM-HAND LENGTH (56) GLUTEAL FURROW HEIGHT (69) INTERSCYE I (82) NECK HEIGHT, LATERAL

52

(91) SHOULDER-ELBOW LENGTH (107) TROCHANTERION HEIGHT (108) VERTICAL TRUNK CIRCUMFERENCE (ASCC)

(109) VERTICAL TRUNK CIRCUMIFERENCE (USA) (122) WAIST-HIP LENGTH

59

VISUAL INDEX

-

THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)



(4) ACROMION RADIALE LENGTH (41) CROTCH LENGTH, POSTERIOR INDENTATION) LENGTH (45) (NATURAkL FUCROIONRADLALEG

(65) 1HIP BREADTH (98) SPAvN

55

(106) THUMBTIP REACH (131)

WRIST-WALL LENGTH

(I-2- WRIST-WALL LENGTH. EXTENDED

60

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

; " •:K;

45

(44) EAR LENGTH (45) EAR LENGTH ABOVE TRAGION (46) EAR PROTRUSION (94) SLEEVE LENGTH: SPIN4E-ELBOW (95) SLEEVE LENGTH: SPINE-SCYE (96) SLEEVE LENGTH: SPJYE-7WRIST

61

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

62

61

17

20 (15) BITRAGION CHIN ARC

(16) BrITAGION CORONAL ARC (17) BITRAGION CRINION ARC (18) BITRAGION FRONTAL ARC (19) BITRAGION SUBMýANDIBUjLAR ARC (20) BITRAGION SUBASALE ARC (21) BlZYGOM-,ATlC BREADTH (43) EAR BREADTH

-1

L)(60)

HEAD BREADTH (61) HEAD CIRCUMFNERENCE (62) HE AD LENGTHM

(68) LN-7ERPUPILLARY BREADTH (77) MENTON-SELLION LENGTH

62

71~~~~~~

IW7'

1=177-ý,-

VISUAL INDEX - THE STANDARD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

63

9

A

* -I

7 S~(58)

HAND CIRCUMFERENCE

(59) HAND LENGTH (63) HEE.L ANILE CIRCUMFERENCE (64) HEEL BREADTH

(5) ANKLE CIRCUMFERENCE (8) BALL OF FOOT CIRCUMFERENCE

(9) BALIL OF FOOT LENGTH (13)

(75) LATERAL MALLEOLUS HEIGHT A.

(105) THUMB BREADTH

BIMALLEOLAR BREADTH

(125) WRIST-CENTER OF GRIP LENGTH

(50) FOOT BREADTH, HORIZONTAL

(129) WRIST-INDEX FIN'GER LENGTH

(51) FOOT LENGTH

(120) WRIST-THUMBTIP LENGTH

6.3

[

STANDARD MEASURP4ENT DESCRIPIMIOS AND PIIBT SUMARY STATISTICS

(1)

ABDUMIAL DTNICH rFPIH, SITTrrn

The horizontal distance between the anterior point of the abdcen and the back at the same level is measured with a beam caliper. The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The reasurement is made at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

7777

64

VARIABLE NO.

li-AHX~fliAL M

THE SUMlRY STATISTICS CEIrIMETE•S INCHES

MCK LEPfIH, SIT]J1

THE SUbMARY STATISTICS CENrIMETERS INCHES

22.79 0.16 2.86 0.11

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.97 0.06 1.13 0.04

24.31 0.12 2.58 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.57 0.05 1.01 0.03

16.10 31.60

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.34 12.44

17.50 34.10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.89 13.43

CO--FF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRYVETA I ILJRIOSIS-VVETA II NUMBER OF SUBTECIS

12.6% 0.51 3.08

COEFF. OF VARTATION SYMMEIRY- VEIA I IUJRIIISVEIA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTIIES CI METR INCHES 17.64 17.94 18.18 18.58 19.29 19.84 20.30 20.72 21.11 21.48 21.84 22.19 22.55 22.91 23.29 23.69 24.11 24.59 25.13 25.78 26.63 27.98 28.92 29.64 30.86

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30T11 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 601H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 901IH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

10.6% 0.26 2.93 487

PERCETIES CERIM= INCHES

6.94 7.06 7.16 7.31 7.60 7.81 7.99 8.16 8.31 8.46 8.60 8.74 8.88 9.02 9.17 9.33 9.49 9.68 9.89 10.15 10.48 11.02 11.38 11.67 12.15

18.95 19.49 19.83 20.31 21.07 21.61 22.06 22.46 22.82 23.17 23.51 23.84 24.17 24.52 24.86 25.23 25.62 26.05 26.53 27.09 27.79 28.80 29.43 29.87 30.50 65

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20T1 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 801H 85TH 901TH 95TH 977H 981H 99TH

7.46 7.67 7.81 8.00 8.30 8.51 8.69 8.84 8.99 9.12 9.26 9.39 9.52 9.65 9.79 9.93 10.09 10.26 10.44 10.66 10.94 11.34 11.59 11.76 12.01

(2)

ACY4IAL HEIMG-I

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the acrcmion landmark on the tip of the right shoulder is reasured with an anthropometer. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The heels are together with

the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurement is made at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

4;.!

66

VARIABIE NO.

2-ACOIMAL IEIG-P

FEMI4AS

HAIES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

137.73 0.22 4.10 0.16

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

54.22 0.09 1.61 0.06

145.46 0.27 5.90 0.19

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

57.27 0.11 2.32 0.07

126.70 156.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

49.88 61.61

127.80 162.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

50.31 63.86

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYIvRY--VETA I KUR TSIS-VETA II

3.0% 0.44 3.92

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

ODEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VETA 1 KJR•TSIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SrJBJ=

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS INCHES 129.06 129.98 130.57 131.38 132.65 133.54 134.26 134.89 135.46 136.00 136.52 137.02 137.53 138.05 138.57 139.13 139.71 140.35 141.08 141.92 143.00 144.60 145.63 146.38 147.54

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25Th 30TH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55T'h 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90M 957H 97TH 987H 99TH

4.1% 0.01 2.86 487

PERCENTILES CENTIMETES INCHES

50.81 51.17 51.40 51.72 52.23 52.57 52.86 53.11 53.33 53.54 53.75 53.95 54.15 54.35 54.56 54.77 55.00 55.26 55.54 55.88 56.30 56.93 57.34 57.63 58.09

131.69 133.42 134.48 135.87 137.95 139.35 140.45 141.41 142.28 143.09 143.86 144.62 145.37 146.13 146.90 147.71 148.56 149.48 150.52 151.71 153.20 155.32 156.61 157.51 158.77 67

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 1571 20Th 25TH 30M1 35TH 40Th 45Th 50TH 55TH 6011 65TH 70111 75TH 807H 85TH 9011 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

51.85 52.53 52.94 53.49 54.31 54.86 55.30 55.67 56.02 56.33 56.64 56.94 57.23 57.53 57.84 58.15 58.49 58.85 59.26 59.73 60.32 61.15 61.66 62.01 62.51

(3)

A7RIO~AL HEIGHT, SITl'fl

The vertical distance between a sittirqg surface and the acroinion landm'ark on the tip of the right shoulder is me~asured with an anthropometer. The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper arms are relaxed and the forearrrs and hands are extended forward horizontally with the pa~ns facing each other. The reasuremnt is itide at the ~raximutn point of quiet respiration.

68

.,~

417

VARIABIE NO.

3-AaflIAL HEIGIH,

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS MTEITERS INCHES 57.85 0.13 2.39 0.09

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

"50.90 MINIMUM 66.40

MAXIMUM

SIMU

THE SULMMARY STATISTICS 3EIR INCHES

22.77 0.05 0.94 0.04

61.20 0.13 2.82 0.09

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

24.09 0.05 1.11 0.04

20.04 26.14

52.30 69.60

MINIMU MAXIMUM

20.59 27.40

COEFF. OF VARIATICO SYNMETRYVETA I KU1WIS-VETjA II

4.1% 0.02 3.19

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETR.YVETA I IVRIOIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

4.6% -0.18 3.14 487

/

PERCETIES CENTIMETERS INCHES 51.94 52.83 53.34 53.97 54.87 55.44 55.88 56.26 56.60 56.92 57.22 57.52 57.81 58.11 58.42 58.74 59.08 59.45 59.87 60.35 50.96 61.82 62.33 62.67 63.14

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20MH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50Th 557H 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCEMNIEIS C

20.45 20.80 21.00 21.25 21.60 21.83 22.00 22.15 22.28 22.41 22.53 22.64 22.76 22.88 23.00 23.13 23.26 23.41 23.57 23.76 24.00 24.34 24.54 24.67 24.86

54.00 54.98 55.59 56.40 57.59 58.36 58.95 59.44 59.87 60.26 60.63 60.97 61.31 61.64 61.98 62.32 62.68 63.06 63.50 64.00 64.65 65.65 66.34 66.87 67.77

69

j0277

ME

INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 251H 30Th 35TH 40IH 45TH 50fIH 55Th 60qTh 65TH 70111 7--Th 80TH 85Th 90TH 95TH 97Th 98TH 99'`H

21.26 21.65 21.89 22.20 22.67 22.98 23.21 23.40 23.57 23.73 23.87 24.00 24.14 24.27 24.40 24.54 24.68 24.83 25.00 25.20 25.45 25.85 26.12 26.33 26.68

(4)

ACROMICN-RADIAIE IEG7IH

The distance between the acrornion landmtark on the tip of the right shoulder and the radiale landlmark on the right el bow is r'easured, with a beam caliper held parallel to the long axis of the arm. The subject stands erect. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed with the palms facing the thighn.

I,

k--

4

70

707

VAJM

NO.

4-A(Iý4ICW;RADIALE I•V

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

C

MHE SUMMARY STATISTICS •rIMRS INC-ES

32.15 0.06 1.18 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.66 0.03 0.47 0.02

34.36 0.08 1.68 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE%(SD)

13.53 0.03 0.66 0.02

29.50 36.40

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

11.61 14.33

30.20 39.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

11.89 15.43

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMTTRY--VETA I 1MJRIOSIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

3.7% 0.50 3.06

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KURICOIS-VETA II

4.9% 0.11 2.80

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTIIES CENTIMEER IN=1ES 29.87 30.10 30.24 30.43 30.73 30.95 31.13 31.29 31.44 31.59 31.73 31.88 32.03 32.18 32.34 32.51 32.69 32.90 33.13 33.40 33.75 34.25 34.57 34.79 35.10

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH 75Th 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCE1FILES CENTIMETERS INCHES

11.76 11.85 11.91 11.98 12.10 12.18 12.25 12.32 12.38 12.44 12.49 12.55 12.61 12.67 12.73 12.80 12.87 12.95 13.04 13.15 13.29 13.49 13.61 13.70 13.82

30.49 30.98 31.28 31.66 32.24 32.63 32.93 33.20 33.45 33.67 33.89 34.11 34.32 34.54 34.76 34.99 35.24 35.51 35.81 36.16 36.60 37.22 37.60 37.85 38.22

71

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25Th 30TIH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 651H 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97Th 9879 991H

12.00 12.20 12.31 12.47 12.69 12.85 12.97 13.07 13.17 13.26 13.34 13.43 13.51 13.60 13.69 13.78 13.87 13.98 14.10 14.24 14.41 14.65 14.80 14.90 15.05

(5)

ANKLEcC3R-:IEK

reasured with a tape. The subject starns with the feet about 10 ca apart and the weight distributed equally on both feet. The minim=m horizontal circumference of the right ankle is

I,

,:

:,'.:72

VARIAMLE NO.

5---ANE C•IRL4ERECE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CETIEMiERS INCHES

-

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CN T IME= INCH1ES

20.93 0.06 1.12 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.24 0.02 0.44 0.02

22.09 0.06 1.22 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.70 0.02 0.48 0.02

18.00

MI•EE-MUM

7.09 9.57

18.80 25.40

MINIMUM MAXDIUM

7.40 10.00

"24.30 MAXIMUM COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETTY---VLTA I KURI0fIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

CENT 18.42 18.67 18.84 19.09 19.48 19.75 19.97 20.16 20.33 20.48 20.63 20.77 20.01.2 ,1.05 21.19 21.34 21.50 21.67 21.86 22.09 22.39 22.85 23.18 23.44 23.88

5.4% 0.14 2.95

COE1F. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY---VETA I KITRICSISVETA II

5.5% 0.20 2.64

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILES S INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 3C-H 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 601H 65TH 707H 75TH 80TI 85TH 90TH 95TH 971H 98TH 99TH

PERCETIIES ERS INCHS

C

7.25 7.35 7.42 7.52 7.67 7.78 7.86 7.94 8.00 8.06 8.12 8.18 8.23 8.29 8.34 8.40 8.46 8.53 8.61 8.70 8.81 9.00 9.13 9.23 9.40

19.58 19.83 19.98 20.20 20.56 20.81 21.02 21.21 21.38 21.55 21.71 21.87 22.03 22.19 22.36 22.53 22.72 22.92 23.15 23.42 23.75 24.23 24.52 24.72 25.00 73

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40'1H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Mh 65TH 70TH 75TH 801H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 991H

7.71 7.81 7.87 7.95 8.09 8.19 8.28 8.35 8.42 8.48 8.55 8.61 8.67 8.74 8.80 8.87 8.94 9.03 9.12 9.22 9.35 9.54 9.65 9.73 9.84

(6)

AXI:IA HEIGT=

The vert.ical distance between a standing surface and the right axillary fold, a:; designated by the anterior-scye-on-the-torso landmark, is measured with an anthroponeter. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The heels are togethtr with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed with the palms facing the thighs. The measurement is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

[

I

*.;+.

7

•m

74

VAKLh.E D

6-AXHIIIAHEI•HT

FEMAIES

MALES

THE SUMMARY STAMISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES 127.32 0.21 3.82 0.15

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DOI SE(SD)

50.13 0.08 1.50 0.06

133.22 0.25 5.53 0.18

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

52.45 0.10 2.18 0.07

115.70

MINIMUM

45.55

117.50

MINIMUM

46.26

145.20

MAXIMUM

57.17

148.50

MAXIMUM

58.46

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETA I KUPTSIS---VETA II

SNUMBER

THE. SUMMARY STATISTIcý CENTITERS INC{HS

OF SUBJECTS

3.0% 0.46 4.12

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KJ•0IS--VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTIIES E..T..ETERS INCHES 119.43 120.24 120.77 121.51 122.70 123.52 124.18 124.76 125.28 125.77 126.24 126.70 127.15 127.61 128.08 128.58

"129.10 129.68 130.34 131.12 132.13

"133.72 134.81 135.64 137.03

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

4.2% -0.04 2.72 487

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS INCIES

47.02 47.34 47.55 47.84 48.31 48.63 48.89 49.12 49.32 49.52 49.70 49.88 50.06 50.24 50.43 50.62 50.83 51.05 51.31 51.62 52.02 52.65 53.07 53.40 53.95

120.28 121.84 122.81 124.10 126.07 127.41 128.47 129.39 130.23 131.01 131.75 132.47 133.19 133.92 134.65 135.42 136.22 137.08 138.05 139.15 140.50 142.40 143.52 144.27 145.31

75

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 501TH 55TH 601H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80I1 85TH 90=H 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

47.35 47.97 48.35 48.86 49.64 50.16 50.58 50.94 51.27 51.58 51.87 52.15 52.44 52.72 53.01 53.31 53.63 53.97 54.35 54.78 55.32 56.06 56.50 56.80 57.21

(7)

AX[IIARY AIRM CICMFERCE

The circumference of the right upper arm perpendicular to its long axis at the level of the anterior-scye-cn-the-upper arm landmark is measured with , tape. The subject stands erect lcoking straight ahead with shoulders a and upper extremities relaxed and the palms facing the sides.

AI

Y"5 >,,-76

76

VARIABLE NO). F

7-AXILIARY AR4(C!

ýE MAIE

T

'IHE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

MHE SUMMARY STATISTICS CIMETRS INCHES

29.46 0.14 2.63 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.60 0.06 1.04 0.04

33.70 0.10 2.22 0.07

MEAN SE (MiEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.27 0.04 0.87 0.03

22.70 37.70

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

8.94 14.84

26.20 39.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

10.31 15.43

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY---VETA I KURTOSIS ---- VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJTECTS

8.9% 0.28 2.94

COEFF. OF VAWIATION SYMMETRY---VETA I KUPRISIS---VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTIIS CENTIMETERS INCHES 23.75 24.48

IST 2ND

24.90

25.44 26.23 26.77 27.20 27.58 27.93

"28.27 28.60 28.93 29.26 29.61 29.96 30.34 30.75 31.20 31.71 32.30 33.05 24.11 34.75 35.17 35.74

C

6.6% -0.15 2.77 487

PERCENTILES flENTIfFES INCHES

9.35 9.64

28.60 29.14

IST 2ND

11.26 11.47

3RD

9.80

29.49

3RD

11.61

5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 991TH

10.02 10.33 10.54 10.71 10.86 11.00 11.13 11.26 11.39 11.52 11.66 11.80 11.95 12.11 12.28 12.48 12.72 13.01 13.43 13.68 13.85 14.07

29.99 30.79 31.35 31.79 32.18 32.53 32.85 33.16 33.46 33.75 34.04 34.33 34.63 34.95 35.29 35.66 36.08 36.59 37.32 37.76 38.06 38.52

5TH 10TH 15TH 20TYH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90T1H 95TH 97TIH 98TH 99TIH

11.81 12.12 12.34 12.52 12.67 12.81 12.93 13.05 13.17 13.29 13.40 13.52 13.64 13.76 13.89 14.04 14.20 14.41 14.69 14.86 14.99 15.16

77

//

//

(8)

BAL OF FOOTf

CflR3MFERENCE

The circtnnfer.rnce of the foot at the first and fifth metatarsophaiangeal lambiarks on the ball of the right foot is measured with a tape. The subject starns with the feet about 10 cm apart and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

r~7

78{

VARIABLE NO.

8-BAIL OF F=YO CUIRMFTlUE

FE IE

mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES

'IHE SUMMARY STATISTICS I(MEI INCHES

I

"C".,IMEIE 22.65

MEAN

8.92

24.84

MEAN

9.78

0.06

SE(MEAN)

0.02

0.05

SE (MEAN)

0.02

1.04 0.04

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.41 0.02

1.14 0.04

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.45 0.01

20.10 26.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

7.91 10.31

21.50 28.00

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

8.46 11.02

"OCEFF. OF VARIATION

4.6%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

4.6%

SYMMETRY-

VETA

I

0.16

SYMMEmRY-

VETA

I

0.31

- RISIS-

VETA II

2.86

N4mrIS-

VETA II

2.99

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

NUMBER OF SURJE

334

PERCENTILES CEqT`METES INCHES 20.33 20.60 20.78 21.00 21.34 21.58 21.76 21.93 22.07 22.21 22.35 22.48 22.61 22.75 22.89 23.03 23.18 23.35 23.54 23.76 24.04 24.44 24.68 24.85 25.10

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40'ih 45TH 50tH 55TH 60TH 65TlH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCynTILS C'IMET'I= INCHES

8.00 8.11 8.18 8.27 8.40 8.49 8.57 8.63 8.69 8.75 8.80 8.85 8.90 8.96 9.01 9.07 9.13 9.19 9.27 9.35 9.46 9.62 9.72 9.78 9.88

22.39 22.68 22.86 23.09 23.44 23.67 23.86 24.03 24.19 24.33 24.47 24.61 24.76 24.90 25.05 25.21 25.39 25.58 25.80 26.05 26.39 26.89 27.22 27.46 27.82

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50MH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80ClH 85TH 90TIH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

8.81 8.93 9.00 9.09 9.23 9.32 9.40 9.46 9.52 9.58 9.64 9.69 9.75 9.80 9.86 9.93 9.99 10.07 10.16 10.26 10.39 10.59 10.72 10.81 10.95

79

.* *

-

(9)

PAIL OF FCOr IENGM

The distance frot the back of the heel to the landmark at the first irmtatarsophalangeal protrusion on the ball of the right foot is masured in a footbox. The subject stands erect with each foot in a footbox. The weight is distributed equally on both feet. The nedia1. side of the ri-ght foot is parallel with the long axis of the box.

J,

80

VARIABLE NO.

9-BAIL OF FOOT IEWM

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS C2NITMETERS IN-1iFS

TlhE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEN71EI INCI{ES

18.20 0.04 0.77 0.03

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.16 0.02 0.30 0.01

19.72 0.04 0.94 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.76 0.02 0.37 0.01

16.20 20.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.38 8.07

17.30 23.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.81 9.13

CX)EFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VETA I KJRIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

4.2% 0.35 3.09

CXEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I FJRIWSIS-VETA II

4.8% 0.15 2.99

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCETILES ITERS IN={ES 16.61 16.77 16.88 17.02 17.25 17.41 17.54 17.65

-

PERCE=TIES" CN71MEIP INHES-

17.86 17.95 18.05 18.14 18.24 18.34 18.45

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30Th! 35TH 40TH 45TH 5="iH 55Th 60Th 65Th

6.54 6.50 6.64 6.70 6.79 6.85 6.91 6.95 6.99 7.03 7.07 7.11 7.14 7.18 7.22 7.26

17.56 17.82 17.98 18.19 18.52 18.74 18.91 19.06 19.20 19.33 19.45 19.57 19.69 19.81 19.93 20.06

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 257IH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45Th 501H1 55Th 60H 65Th

18.56

70TH

7.31

20.20

70TH

7.95

18.69 18.83 19.00 19.22 19.55 19.77 19.93 20.19

75TH 80,H 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

7.36 7.41 7.48 7.57 7.70 7.78 7.85 7.95

20.34 20.51 20.70 20.95 21.31 21.54 21.71 21.97

75TH 80TH 85TH 90mT 95-rH 97TH 98TH 99Th{

8.01 8.08 8.15 8.25 8.39 8.48 8.55 8.65

"17.76

6.91 7.01 7.08 7.16 7.29 7.38 7.45 7.51 7.56 7.61 7.66 7.71 7.75 7.80 7.85 7.90

81

S• .

.-.

/ ,

- -

...

.

*,j

'

:

I

(10)

BLh0C

E•RFAI1{ FIAL

The distance between the right and left acromion larndarks at the tips of the shoulders is measured with a beam caliper. The subject sits erect. The shoulders and upper arms are relaxed ard the forearms and hands are

extended forward horizontally with the palrs facing each other. measurement is taken at the maxiumz point of qugiet respiration.

11

P

A! 82

-82

-

.,'

11 /

/

The

/T

VARIAE

NO.

10-B-LACRIUAL BREA

THE SamJmIAFRY S"ZTIS"ICS CENTMETRS INCHES 36.93

S0.08 1.50 0.06 32.50 41.20

-7

1

-

"HE Sl RY SLTISTICS CENTME INCHE

MEAN SE (MAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.54 0.03 0.59 0.02

40.06 0.08 1.74 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SO)

15.77 0.03 0.69 0.02

MINIMUM MAXhIUM

12.80 16.22

34.70 45.20

MINIMUM MAXqMUM

13.66 17.80

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYM..,YVETA I KJ,'OSISVETA II NLUBER OF SUBJECIS

4.1% -0.13 2.65

COEFF. OF XWARIATION S•Y*VETA I KUJRCSSISVETA II

334

4.4% -0.13 2.99

NZMBER OF SUBJECIs

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS INHES

487

ECNIý CENTTIMTERS INIfES

33.72 33.95 34.14 34.42 34.93 35.30

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH

13.27 13.37 13.44 13.55 13.75 13.90

35.78 36.29 36.61 37.06 37.75 38.22

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH IOUH 15TH

35.61 35.88 36.13 36.36 36.57 36.78 36.99 37.19 37.39 37.59 37.81 38.03 38.27 38.54 38.87 39.32 39.58 39.77 40.05

14.09 14.29 14.41 14.59 14.86 15.05

20H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50m 55TH 6am 65TH 7amT 75TH SUM 85TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98TH 997H

14.02 14.13 14.22 14.31 14.40 14.48 14.56 14.64 14.72 14.80 14.88 14.97 15.07 15.17 15.30 15.48 15.58 15.66 15.77

38.59 38.90 39.17 39.43 39.66 39.89 40.11 40.33 40.55 40.77 41.01 41.26 41.53 41.85 42.25 42.85 43.24 43.54 44.02

2071H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70aH 751H 80M 85Th 90M 95TH 97TH 987H 99Th

15.19 15.31 15.42 15.52 15.62 15.70 15.79 15.88 15.96 16.05 16.14 16.24 16.35 16.48 16.63 16.87 17.02 17.14 17.33

f

83

"\ " I'..

,.

-

. ,

-I

..

(1-1

TEXE BICPS

CM*U0CE,

The circumference of the right upper arm arc&1rx the flexed biceps muscle is nmasured with a tape held perperdiculzcr to t-he long axis of the upper

arm. The subject stands with the upper am, extended horizontally and the elbow flexed 90 degrees. The fist is clenche,-d and held facing tlhe head, and the subject exerts nraxirin

I'

effort in "lipking a muscle."1

f5

84

VARIA[E NO.

U-BICEPS CII1=FIERW

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS r RS INCES

, FI=ED

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEtlIMET"IR INCH-IES

28.30 0.13 2.38 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.14 0.05 0.94 0.04

33.46 0.11 2.32 0.07

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.17 0.04 0.91 0.03

22.50 37. 10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

8.86 14.61

26.50 41.50

MINIMU4 MAXIML,

10.43 16.34

COEFF. OF VARIATION

8.4%

SU

0.37

Y y..---- VETA

I

KURItaIS---'VETA II

3.10

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10711 15I11 2=Th 25111 30T.! 35Th 40"l 45MT 50111 55111 6 (M1 65711 7911! 75'111 80'111 85111 90111 95711 97TM! 98'111 9"If

6.9%

SYM!,r-iIRYVETA I KURTOSIS---VETA II

0.09

NUMBER OF SUBJES

PERC1TILE-S CE•1nrIHS IaES 22.97 23.83 24.28 24.82 25.53 25.97 26.32 26.63 26.93 27.21 27.49 27.77 28.07 28.37 28.69 29.04 29.42 29.83 30.31 30.87, 31.57 32.53 33.05 33.37 33.69

COEFF. OF VARIATION

3.16 487

PERCENTILES CENTI!rn INCHiES

9.04 9.38 9.56 9.77 10.05 10.22 10.36 10.49 10.60 10.71 10.82 10.93 i1.05 11.17 11.30 11.43 11.58 11.75 11.93 12.15 12.43 12.81 13.01 13.14 13.27

.28.01 28.73 29.17 29.72 30.55 31.09 31.51 31.88 32.21 32.51 22.81 33.09 33.38 33.67 33.97 34.28 34.61 34.97 35.38 35.86 36.47 37.37 37.95 38.36 38.99 85

IST 2ND 3RD 5111 IM0H 1511 2CTi 25TH 30qH 35T}! 40'Th1 4511H 5 t711 55Th 60'h1 657T, 70111 75Th1 8tY'11 ! 85111 9('Ylll 95'Thf 9T71! 98111 9711

11.03 11.31 11.48 11.70 12.03 12.24 12.41 12.55 12.68 12.80 12.92 13.03 13.14 13.26 13.37 13.49 13.62 13.77 13.93 14.1.2 14.36 14.71 14.94 15.10 15.35

(12)

BiD

OD UtM M

The maximum horizontal distance between the lateral margins of the upper arms on the deltoid miuscles is measured with a beam. caliper. The subject sits erect lookixg straight ahead. The shoulders and upper arms are relaxed and the forearms and ha•ds are extended forward horizontally with the palms facing each other. ThIe nrasuremnt is made at the xr'axixTM point of quiet respiration.

[

N

l!(

i;'

),,

VARIABIE NO.

12-BEEIaOID

TfE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCH4ES CETMTR

FaU3t

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIM]ETEPS INCHoES

43.92

MEAN

17.29

49.57

MEAN

0.12 2.22 0.09

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.05 0.87 0.03

0.10 2.31 0.07

SE(MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

0.04 0.91 0.03

37.50 53.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

14.76 20.94

42.80 57.30

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

16.85 22.56

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMFIRY---VETA I KRIT IS---VETA II

5.0% 0.14 3.61

NUMBER OF SUBJECITS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMIY- VETA I KURIDSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTILIS CENTIMETES ING{ES 38.36 39.27 39.77 40.38 41.20 41.71 42.10 42.44 42.74 43.02 43.29 43.56 43.83 44.11 44.39 44.69 45.01 45.37 45.77 46.24 46.82 47.65 48.14 48.46 48.86

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101lH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40T11 45T1H 50T} 55Tfl 60ql{ 65T1h 70Tl1 75Th 80Th 85TYh 90Th{ 95I11 97Tih 98Ti 99'iI

19.52

4.7% 0.12 3.16 487

PERCLrIIES CE9IMETERS INCHES

15.10 15.46 15.66 15.90 16.22 16.42 16.58 16.71 16.83 16.94 17.04 17.15 17.26 17.36 17.48 17.59 17.72 17.86 1-8.02 18.20 18.43 18.76 18.95 19.08 19.24

43.93 44.81 45.30 45.91 46.75 47.28 47.68 48.04 48.35 48.65 48.93 49.21 49.49 49.78 50.07 50.39 50.72 51.09 51.50 .51.99 52.60 53.47 53.99 54.33 54.79 87

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 1511-1 201I1 25711 3(71I 35TH 4001 45MI 50TH 55'111 60TI 65Th 70TH 75T1 8011 85-T[ 90Th 95Th 97TH 98'i1 99`IH

17.29 17.64 17.84 18.07 18.41 18.61 18.77 18.91 19.04 19.15 19.26 19.37 19.48 19.60 19.71 19.84 19.97 20.11 20.28 20.47 20.71 21.05 21.25 21.39 21.57

(13)

BT1ýWflL

BRUM=

The horizontal distance between the max:!=n protrusions of the ankle bones (lateral and medial malleoli) of the right foot is measured with a Holtain

caliper. feet.

The vubject stand- with the weight equally distributed on both

r.. 3

A

,

I-

VAR!ABIE N0.

13-BfHAZIOUDIZ

EADIH

FEMAIES

MAES

THE SUNmRY STATISTICS CENTIMMIFS IN=1S

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS C•T'IMETRS DlQ{s

6.56 0.02 0.29 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.58 0.01 0.11 0.00

7.22 0.02 0.35 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.84 0.01 0.14 0.00

5.90 7.40

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

2.32 2.91

6.30 8.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

2.48 3.35

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KURKSIS-VETA II

4.4% 0.22 2.67

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMTIRYMVEfA I lfRIdtIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJC

PERCENT=LS' ITM 5.96 6.01 6.04 6.09 6.18 6.25 6.30 6.35 6.39 6.43 6.47 6.51 6.55 6.58 6.62 6.66 6.71 6.75 6.80 6.86 6.94 7.05 7.12 7.18 7.26

S

487

1ERCENILES INCHES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 157H 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 4011H 45Th 507H 55Th 6011H 65TH 701H 75TH 80m1 85TH 90111 95TH 97TH 98ThI 99Th

4.9% 0.18 3.37

CTETE

2.35 2.37 2.38 2.40 2.43 2.46 2.48 2.50 2.52 2.53 2.55 2.56 2.58 2.59 2.61 2.62 2.64 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.73 2.78 2.80 2.83 2.86

6.36 6.47 6.54 6.63 6.77 6.86 6.93 6.98 7.04 7.08 7.13 7.17 7.21 7.25 7.;&9 7.34 7.39 7.44 7.50 7.57 7.66 7.81 7.92 8.00 8.15

INOES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 201H 25TH 30Th 35MI1 4011 45Th 501H 55TH 601H 65Ti 70TH 75TH 8011 85TH 90TH 95TH 971H 98TH 9911

2.50 2.55 2.58 2.61 2.66 2.70 2.73 2.75 2.77 2.79 2.81 2.82 2.84 2.86 2.87 2.89 2.91 2.93 2.95 2.98 3.02 3.08 3.12 3.15 3.21

89

L.

(14)

BISPIlaJS

UM

The straight-line distance-. between the right and left anterior superior iliac spine landmarks is neasured with a beam caliper. The subject stands looking straight ahead with the heels togetl,hr ard the weight distributed equally on both feet.

VLi 1

0

i90

___

VARIABLE NO.

14-BISPINlUS 14FADIH

FEAS

mAuS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS ETER INCES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CETIMET INCES

23.38 0.10 1.86 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.21 0.04 0.73 0.03

19.00 29.30

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

7.48 11.54

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYNI1ETRYVETA I KUNJRSIS--VETA II

8.0% 0.16 2.87

NUMBER OF SUBIECIS

334

23.70 0.08 1.73 0.06

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TH 55TH 602TH 65Th 70MH 75TH 80T!H 85TH 90114 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

9.33 0.03 0.68 0.02

19.60 MINIMUM 29.80 MAXIMUM

7.72 11.73

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETA I IJRITSIS--VETA II NUMBER OF SUB)EC=S

PERCENrTLES CENTIMETERS INCHES 19.24 19.66 19.94 20.34 20.93 21.42 21.78 22.09 22.37 22.62 22.87 23.11 23.35 23.58 23.82 24.07 24.33 24.62 24.94 25.31 25.78 26.51 26.99 27.35 27.94

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.3% 0.26 2.90 487

PERCENTIIES IMES INCHES

7.57 7.74 7.85 8.01 8.26 8.43 8.57 8.70 8.81 8.91 9.00 9.10 9.19 9.28 9.38 9.48 9.58 9.69 9.82 9.96 10.15 10.44 10.62 10.77 11.00

20.15 20.43 20.64 20.95 21.48 21.86 22.18 22.46 22.72 22.96 23.19 23.41 23.64 23.87 24.10 24.34 24.59 24.87 25.18 25.54 25.99 26.67 27.11 27.44 27.95

91

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Ih 15TH 2011H 25TH 30TI 35TH 40Th 45TH 5=CI1 55TH 601H 65TH 70TH 75TH 801TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th{ 99TH

7.93 8.05 8.13 8.25 8.46 8.61 8.73 8.84 8.94 9.04 9.13 9.22 9.31 9.40 9.49 9.58 9.68 9.79 9.91 10.05 10.23 10.50 10.67 10.80 11.00

(15;

BTMAGIcuI aHIN AR~C

The surface distance between the right and left tregion landmarks across the chin landmark at the tip of the chin is reasured witi a tape. The teeth are slightly occluded.

<1

I

C\

92

VARIAMlE NO.

15-BITIRGICIN GN ARC

FEMAIES

mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENT IMETERS INCHES

C

THE SUMMARY STIrSTICS INCHES

30.08 0.06 1.12 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.84 0.02 0.44 0.02

32.88 0.05 1.19 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.94 0.02 0.47 0.02

27.20 33.30

MINIMUM MXIMUM

10.71 13.11.

28.70 36.80

MINIMUM MAXIMIM

11.30 14.49

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I N1RITSIS--VETA II

3.7% 0.20 2.85

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I KURSIDISVETA II

3.6% 0.18 3.37

334

NUM4BER OF SUBJECES

487

PERCENT= CETIME= INCHES

PERCENIT TETES

INCHES

NUMBER OF

27.67 27.92 28.08 28.30 28.66 28.91 29.11 29.29 29.46 29.61 29.75 29.90 30.04 30.18. 30.33 30.48 30.65 30.83 31.03 31.27 31.57 32.02 32.32 32.54 32.89

SUBJECTs

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH 80IH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

10.89 10.99 11.06 11.14 11.28 11.38 11.46 11.53 11.50 11.66 11.71 11.77 11.83 11.88 11.94 12.00 12.07 12.14 12.22 12.31 12.43 12.261 12.73 12.81 12.95

30.16 30.51 30.73 31.01 31.43 31.70 31.91 32.09 32.26 32.41 32.55 32.69 32.83 32.98 33.12 33.28 33.44 33.62 33.83 34.09 34.42 34.94 35.30 35.58 36.03 93

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15Tl 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 761TH 75TH 80TH 85Th 90TH 955TH 97TH 98TH 99rlH

11.87 12.01 12.10 12.21 12.37 12.48 12.56 12.64 12.70 12.76 12.82 12.87 12.93 12.98 13.04 13.10 13.17 13.24 13.32 13.42 13.55 13.76 13.90 14.01 14.19

(16)

BrAGCIl CNIUAL ARC

The surface distance between the right and left tragion landirarks across the top of the head is measured with a tape,. The head is in the Frankfort plane.

94

VARIAIE

NO.

16-BrW4C ?&COi

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS C~E1rDO INCHES 33.77

0.07 1.24 0.05 30.60 38.00

AftQL ARC~

THE SUMMARY SATISTICS CErnMTEq LNva3E

MEAN

13.29

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

35.30

0.03 0.49 0.02

MAFN

0.06 1.25 0.04

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.02 0.49 0.02

12.05 14.96

31.90 39.80

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

12.56 15.67

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

COEFF. OF VWIRIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KU1?OSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

3.7% 0.27 3.39

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMME`IRYVETA I 1JRIOISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBEDC

PERC=nIrES INCHES SITMETEP 30.85 31.23 31.46 31.76 32.21 32.50 32.73 32.93 33.11 33.27 33.42 33.58 33.72 33.88 34.03 34.19 34.36 34.55 34.77 35.03 35.37 35.90 36.26 36.54 36.99

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70MH 75fTh 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

CETI

12.15 12.29 12.39 12.50 12.68 12.80 12.89 12.97 13.03 13.10 13.16 13.22 13.28 13.34 13.40 13.46 13.53 13.60 13.69 13.79 13.92 14.13 14.28 14.38 14.56

32.50 32.80 33.00 33.27 33.70 34.00 34.24 34.44 34.63 34.20 34.96 35.12 35.28 35.44 35.60 35.76 35.94 36.13 36.34 36.59 36.90 37.37 37.67 37.90 38.26

95

..........

.....

13.90

3.5% 0.18 3.10 487

PECE•uN-1ES INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10ni 15Th 20Th 2511H 30TH 35TH 40UH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 75TH 80Ti 85TH 90Th 95TH 97THi 98TH 99Th

12.79 12.91 12.99 13.10 13.27 13.39 13.48 13.56 13.63 13.70 13.77 13,83 13.,9 13.95 14.0] 14.08 14.15 14.22 14.31 14.40 14.53 14.71 14.83 14.92 15.06

(17)

Bnrnvvi

arnncu MCl

The surface c11ztam~e be-twee-.(n the rirjht and left tragion landinrk's acrons the top of the forehead at the lowrst point of the hairline (crinion) is ineassuixd with a tape.

Il Aj

9"6

M9M

VARIA&E NO.

17-BIATcICN cINIW ArC

M

MAIES

THE SUnARY STATISTICS SINUES

ThE SUNL RY STATISTICS t'L-i,,TERS INCHES

31.04 0.06 1.05 0.04

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.22 0.02 0.41 0.02

32.78 0.05 1.12 0.04

MEAN SE(1MAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.90 0.02 0.44 0.01

26.70 34.70

NTDNT MX-MUI

10.51 13.66

29.80 36.30

MINIEDM PMAXIMJM

11.73 14.29

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRY-VETA I KJI=IS----VETA II NUMBE

OF SUBJECTS

C hIM• 28.57 28.89 29.09 29.36 29.76 30.02 30.22 30.39 30.53 30.67 30.80 30.92 31.04 31.16 31.28 31.41 31.54 31.69 31.85 32.05 22.31 32.71 33.00 33.23 33.61

• 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20T1H 25Th 30TH 35TH 40T1H 45TH 5011H 55UH 60THl 65Th 70TM 75711 80T11 85TI! 90T1 95Th 971H 98T1{ 99WIH

3.4% -0.01 3.97

COEFF. OF VARIA~iON SYO rY-VETA I KJItROSIS-VETA II

334

NU74SM OF SU&3JECrS

3.4% 0.11 2.78 473

PERCENTILEZS

M IZS INCEES

CaTfErE

11.25 11.37 11.45 11.56 11.72 11.82 11.90 I1.96 12.02 12.07 12.12 12.17 12.22 12.27 12.32 12.37 12.42 12.48 12.54 12.62 12.72 12.88 12.99 13.08 13.23

30.41 30.60 30.74 30.95 31.32 "4.59 Ji.81 32.00 32.17 32.33 32.48 32.63 32.77 32.92 33.06 33.21 33.37 33.54 33.72 33.94 34.22 34.63 34.92 35.13 35.49

97

INCIE IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10THl 15711 20111 25111 30111 357M 40111 45I11 50711 55¶TI1 6011 6511 70M11 75TH 80THl 85711 90q11 95111 911M! 98qlf 99T11

11.97 12.05 12.10 12.19 12.33 12.44 12.52 12.60 12.67 12.73 12.79 12.85 12.90 12.96 13.02 13.08 13.14 13.20 13.28 13.36 13.47 13.64 13.75 13.83 13.97

-

(18)

BTIPAGIc

FtlITAL ARC

4

The surface distance tweu-i the right ani left tragion 1arxLrks across the forehead just ai1xve the ri&;cs of the eyebrt74 is surcd with a tulpe.

I

(

/'

f

> N

'1 w

I 7 d 8

.-

-.----.

I: t.

I I

____________

VARIAE[E NO.

18-BI-RAGICti FRIAL AME

nM SUMMX2ARY SrATSI.,CS CEmlrIT INQ

!E lJlRY SrATISTICS

28.85 0.05 0.97 0.04

MEAt' SE (M•XAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.36 0.02 0.38 0.01

30.63 0.05 1.01 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.06 0.02 0.40 0.01

25.80 31.50

MIDIlMUlM MAXIM7M

10.16 12.40

28.00 33.70

MINIMUM MAXlMtM

11.02 13.27

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYWMETIRY---VETA I KUICJRIS---VETIA II NMT.2 OF SUbJfrS

3.4% 0.03 2.95

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMPMIRYVETA I IMURWISVErA II

334

NTJMIMFOF SUaBECIS

3.3% 0.18 2.79 487

PE2~~7r~ksPF-CT~jrwI 26.56 26.87 27.05 27.29 27.63 27.85 28.03 28.18 28.32 28.45

28.58 28.70 28.83 28.95 29.08 29.22 29.36 29.52 29.69 29.90 30.15 30.51 30.72 30.87 31.06

ir 2ND 3RD 5T1 10Th 15Th 20tiHI 257111 30Th 357f1 40q1{ 45Th 50qTh 55711 60'! 1 65Th 7011H4 75T1{ 80s1q 85711 90q11 95Th{ 97111 98,711 9"h1

10.46 10.53 10.65 10.74 10.88 10.97 11.04 11.10 11.15 11.20 11.25 11.30 11.35 11.40 11.45 11.50 11.56 11.62 11.69 11.77 11.87 12.01 12.10 12.15 12.23

28.54 28.72 28.84 29.03 29.34 29.56 29.75 29.91 30.06 30.20 30.33 30.46 30.59 30.73 30.86 31.00 31.14 31.30 31.48 31.69 31.95 32.34 32.60 32.79 33.09

99

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TIH1 10111 15711i 20M11 25Th 30Th 35MI 40111 45i1 50111 55'111 601ql 65111 7(111 751I11 80ql{ 85Tlh 9(0111 959I11 9711 98Tih 99fIl1

11.24 11.31 11.36 11.43 11.55 11.64 11.71 11.78 11.83 11.89 11.94 11.99 12.05 12.10 12.15 .2.20 12.26 12.32 12.39 12.48 12.58 12.73 12.83 12.91 13.03

(19)

B'WAICH WUM-1DUMMMAR ARC

nhe surface distance betwen the right ard left tragici lanrxrks acrcss the suhl ir ular lai;ark at the juncture of the jaw and the neck is n•se with a tape. The head is in the Frankfort plane ard the teeth are slightly occluded.

I

________________________

-.

Ii

°

100

*

A

VAFA=

NW.

19---9B1RAGIC

SUEHANUDi03AR

lqEMAIS

C mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENY!mm=E INCHES

UME SUD24A CENTIMETERS

STATISTICS ICE

27.80 0.07 1.28 0.05

MEAN SE (.M EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

10.94 0.03 0.50 0.02

30.89 0.06 1.30 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.16 0.02 0.51 0.02

24.00 31.90

MI•NIMUM MAXIMUM

9.45 12.95

27.80 35.00

MNIMM NXfl4

10.94 13.78

COEFF. OF vARIATION SYIMMETYVETA I NqJRIOSISVETA II

4.6% 0.27 3.39

COEFF. OF VARIATICtl SIEMRY- VFEA I KURIWISVEITA II

4.2% 0.23 3.03

NUMBER OF SUBJXCIS

334

NlUM 0" SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS 25.21 25.43 25.58 25.81 26.19 26.48 26.71 26.91 27.09 27.27 27.44 27.60 27.76 27.92 28.09 28.26 28.44 28.64 28.87 29.13 29.46 29.97 30.31 30.56 30.97

PERCENTIM INCHES

CENTIMET

IST 9.93 2ND 10.01 3RD 10.07 5'1 10.16 1OTH 10.31 15Th 10.42 20TH 10.51 25TH 10.59 30Th 10.67 35TH 10.74 40TH 10.80 45TH 10.87 50'1H 10.93 55Th 10.99 60111 11.06 65Vf11.13 70Th 11.20 75TH 11. 28 80TH i11.36 85TH 11.47 901-i 11.60 95 I 11.80 971TH 11.93 98TH 12.03 99111 12.19

27.88 28.29 28.53 28.84 29.28 29.58 29.81 30.00 30.18 30.35 30.51 30.67 30.83 30.99 31.16 31.34 31.53 31.73 31.97 32.25 32.61 33.14 33.48 33.73 34.10 101

INES IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15711 20MH 25Th 30TH 35Th 40TE 45Th 509M 55TH 60(71 65TH 70111 75Th 80q1{ 85Th 90T11 95TH 97n{ 98Th 99qH

10.98 11.14 11.23 11.35 11.53 11.64 11.73 11.81 11.88 11.95 12.01 12.08 12.14 12.20 12.27 12.34 12.41 12.49 12.59 12.70 12.84 13.05 13.18 13.28 13.43

(20)

BIoRAGICN 9MMSAuZE ARC

The surface distance between the right and left tragion landmarks across the subnasale landmark just under the nose is ireasured with a tape.

j02

S•~

102

VARIABLE Ni).

20-B]CMAGICN SUEZASAIE ARC mALS

FTMAI

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INC{ES 27.30 0.05 0.99

MEAN SE(MEAN) Sr DEV

10.75 0.02 0.39

29.34 0.04 0.94 0.03

0.04

SE(SD)

0.02

24.70 30.00

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

9.72 11.81

O•EFF. OF VARIATION SYM=RY--VETA I 1
THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIFIEFS INCHES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60OTH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80111 85TH 9011 95TH 97TH 98TH 99WH

11.55 0.02 0.37

SE(SD)

0.01

26,50 MINZIMUM 31.90 MAXIMUM

10.43 12.56

3.6% 0.11 2.78

COEFF. O VARIATION SYMMERYVE`rA I NECYI=IS--VETA II

3.2% 0.18 2.66

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILES CIENIMETERS INCHES 25.16 25.36 25.50 25.70 26.03 26.26 26.44 26.60 26.75 26.89 27.02 27.15 27.28 27.41 27.54 27.67 27.82 27.97 28.15 28.35 28.61 28.99 29.24 29.42 29.72

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

PERCENTILES CNTIMETERS INCHES

9.90 9.99 10.04 10.12 10.25 10.34 10.41 10.47 10.53 10.59 10.64 10.69 10.74 10.79 10.84 10.89 10.95 11.01 11.08 11.16 11.26 11.41 11.51 11.58 11.70

27.34 27.57 27.71 27.90 28.17 28.37 28.52 28.66 28.80 28.92 29.04 29.16 29.29 29.41 29.54 29.68 29.83 29.99 30.17 30.38 30.63 30.99 31.19 31.32 31.47 103

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 1CII 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 557H 601H 65TH 70TH 75h 8011H 85TH 90Th 95111 97TH 98TH 99TH

10.76 10.86 10.91 10.98 1i.09 11.17 11.23 11.29 11.34 11.39 11.43 11.48 11.53 11.58 11.63 11.69 11.74 11.81 11.88 11.96 12.06 12.20 12.28 12.33 12.39

(21)

BMGCTC ERM=

Thbe maximum horizontal breadth of the face (between the zygoratic arches) is measured with a spreading caliper.

104

'--

VARTABLE IN).

21-BIZYGQATEC EF1AI d

MAIES

FK

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS . INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEJJAETERS INC{ES

13.14 0.03 0.50 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

5.17 0.01 0.20 0.01

14.18 0.02 0.52 0.02

MEAN S-2(WEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

5.58 0.01 0.21 0.01

11.70

MINIMUM

4.61

12.50

MINUM

4.92

14.80

MAXIMUM

5.83

15.80

MAXIMUM

6.22

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETA I EJRIOSISVETA II

3.8% 0.24 3.36

NU]MBER OF SUBJECIIS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMERYVETA I BI3RIWISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIT

PERCENTILES CENTIME=S INCHES 12.05 12.17 12.25 12.36 12.52 12.64 12.73 12.81 12.88 12.94 13.00 13.06 13.12 13.19 13.25 13.31 13.38 13.46 13.55 13.65 13.79 14.01 14.17 14.29 14.50

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20TH 257H 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 501H 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH80TH 85TH 9cyI 95TH 97T7h 98TH 99TH

CEnrn4ET

4.74 4.79 4.82 4.86 4.93 4.98 5.01 5.04 5.07 5.10 5.12 5.14 5.17 5.19 5.22 5.24 5.27 5.30 5.33 5.37 5.43 5.52 5.58 5.63 5.71

487

PEIENILES INiHES

12.97 13.13 23.23 13.35 13.53 13.65 13.74 13.82 13.89 13.96 14.03 14.09 14.16 14.22 14.29 14.36 14.44 14.52 14.62 14.73 14.87 15.08 15.20 15.29 15.41

105

3.7% 0.10 2.99

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25TH 301H 35TH 40IH 45"hA 50TH 55TH 60T•H 65TH 707H 75TH 80a 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99'1

5.11 5.17 5.21 5.26 5.33 5.37 5.41 5.14 5.47 5.50 5.52 5.55 5.57 5.60 5.63 5.65 5.69 5.72 5.76 5.80 5.86 5.94 5.98 6.02 6.07

(22)

]USTPI"Dr/T=lI-BL-C

The distance between the right and left bustpoint larrndarks the center of the nipples (thelion) on men is reasured with caliper. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. ard upper extremities are relaxed. The reasurerent is made point of quiet respiration.

A-

I;A/

106

÷1.

on wawen and a beam The shoulders at che axin• m

VARIABE NO.

22-UL-H

I

NOfT/fTMZl-B0

vMrLTEI2IN BREDIH

FEMAIES

AE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETER INCHES

THE SUlAY STATISTICS CETMETERS INCHES

18.70 0.09

MEAN SE(MEýN)

7.36 0.04

21.87 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN)

8.61 0.03

1.66 0.06

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.65 0.03

1.72 0.05

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.68 0.02

14.50

MINIMUM

5.71

17.70

MINIMUM

6.97

24.10

MAXIUM

9.49

27.20

MAXIMUM

10.71

CODEFF. OF VARIATION SYoETRYVETA I NJRICGISVETA II

8.9% 0.09 2.81

CXEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I jURIjwISVETA II

7.8% 0.18 2.93

NUMBER OF SBJECTS

334

hUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCENILES

CENTIMETERS 15.18 15.47 15.69 16.00 16.54 16.93 17.25 17.53 17.79 18.03 18.26 18.48 18.70 18.92 19.14 19.37 19.60 19.86 20.14 20.46 20.86 21.44 21.79 22.05 22.45

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Ih 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 501H 55TH 60CIH 65TH 70MH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90111 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCENTLES

INCHES

CETMTR

5.98 6.09 6.18 6.30 6.51 6.67 6.79 6.90 7.00 7.10 7.19 7.28 7.36 7.45 7.54 7.62 7.72 7.82 7.93 8.06 3.21 8.44 8.58 8.68 8.84

18.10 18.46 18.71 19.07 19.67 20.08 20.41 20.70 20.96 21.19 21.42 21.63 21.85 22.06 22.27 22.50 22.73 22.99 23.28 23.61 24.06 24.75 25.24 25.62 26.27

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20T= 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH1 45Th 50TH 55Th .60TH 65Th 701H 75TH 80Th 851H 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99Th

INCHES 7.12 7-27 7.37 7.51 7.74 7.91 8.04 8.15 8.25 8.34 8.43 8.52 8.60 8.68 8.77 8.86 8.95 9.05 9.16 9.30 9.47 9.74 9.94 10.09 10.34

107

/

,

(23)

Wrnxx M

The horizontal circirmference of the trunk at the level of the maximm protrusion of the right buttock is measured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the heels together and the weight equally distributed on both feet.

0,

.••

.

• "

-

. ........ . .

..

VARIABLE NO.

23--HTICICK Ca

CE

FEMALES

MALES

THE SUMMRY STATISTICS

CEN!2TIE=S

MlE SLIOY STAricsII

INCHES

CENTIMETERS

98.90 0.34 6.17 0.24

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

38.94 0.13 2.43 0.09

99.15 0.25 5.49 0.18

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

39.03 0.10 2.16 0.07

83.50 115.1i0

MINIMUt", MAXIM~UM

32.87 45.31

84.90 120.00

MINIMUM MAXIMU/M

33.43 47.24

COEFF. OF VARIA7ION SY•ETRYVETA I KUWISVEIA II

6.2% 0.09 2.73

NUMBER OF SUBJECirS

334

EN

CCEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I NJRtOISVETIA II NUMB

PERCENTIIES E INCHES

85.03 86.67 87.68 89.02 91.08 92.48 93.61 94.59 95.49 96.33 97.14 97.94 98.73 99.54 100.36 101.22 102.14 103.14 104.26 105.56 107.20 109.56 111.02 112.04 113.52

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 401H 45TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70MH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99Th

OF SUBJECTS

5.5% 0.28 2.96 487

PFRCENfILES INCHES

33.48 34.12 34.52 35.05 35.86 36.41 36.85 37.24 37.60 37.93 38.25 38.56 38.87 39.19 39.51 39.85 40.21 40.61 41.05 41.56 42.21 43.13 43.71 44.11 44.69

87.13 88.75 89.66 90.80 92.43 93.53 94.41 95.20 95.94 96.64 97.34 98.03 98.74 99.47 100.23 101.04 101.90 102.85 103.93 105.17 106.70 108.79 109.94 110.63 111.39 109

41

INCHES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TM{ 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40MHi 45Th 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80'MI 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99Ml

34.30 34.94 35.30 35.75 36.39 36.82 37.17 37.48 37.77 38.05 38.32 38.59 38.87 39.16 39.46 39.78 40.12 40.49 40.92 41.41 42.01 42.83 43.28 43.56 43.86

IJJITOCK [1'17M

(24)

11,c horizontal depth of the torso at the level of the mnaxiijmr protrun ion of the rirht buttock is measurd using a bo-,m calipar with a fixcd paddle blade. Th.e subject stards erect with the heels together and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

twn-

."IT~

~

'--~ I

'

V

4

/

'

Ii.

i,

VARIABIE NO.

24-EUIrXx IIECIH

FEMAIES T

MAL

""E cU.RY STATISTIS

THE S

n CENU]4II2SI•--•SCENTMTER= nirn

IN=IE nm ~tWaT~STc

crmW

Y STATISTICS

22.83 0.13 2.32 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.99 0.05 0.92 0.04

24.73 0.08 1.84 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.74 0.03 0.72 0.02

17.00 30.40

XINDIUM MAM1UM

6.69 11.97

19.80 32.o00

MINIMUM ,AXDUM

7.80 12.60

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYE= Y---vETA I KURICSIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUEJECIS

10.2% 0.83 4.20

CEFF. OF VARIATION SW4EmY-VLFA i KJRIWISVETA II

7.4% 0.09 3.24

334

NLUMBU OF SUBJECTS

487

PERMTqIM LE•

18.14 18.76 19.13 19.53 20.23 20.64 20.97 21.25 21.51 21.76 22.00 22.25 22.50 22.76 23.04 23.35 23.69 24.08 24.55 25.13 25.94 27.32 28.32 29.12 30.49

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10IOT 15Th 209M25TH 301i1 35TH 40111 45TH 50um 55Th 60nf 657H 70TH 75TH 80111 85T7 9M1TI 95111 971h 98Th 99'fl

mmiIm'

7.14 7.39 7.53 7.71 7.96 8.13 8.26 8.37 8.47 8.57 8.66 8.76 8.86 8.96 9.07 9.19 9.33 9.48 9.66 9.89 10.21 10.75 121.15 11.47 12.00

20.34 20.93 21.29 21.75 22.42 22.86 23.20 23.50 23.76 24.01 24.24 24.47 24.69 24.92 25.15 25.40 25.66 25.94 26.26 26.62 27.11 27.82 28.27 28.60 29.10

1ST 8.01 2ND 8.24 3RD 8.38 5111 8.56 10111 8.83 15711 9.00 20111 9.14 25'11I 9.25 30TH 9.36 35T1{ 9.45 40TH! 9.54 45'I11 9.63 50'•"! 9.72 55Th1 9.81 60111 9.90 65111 10.00 70q1i 10.10 75'I91 10.21 80Y111 10.34 85'111 10.48 9(0q11 10.67 95TH1 10.95 9 7111 11.13 98111 11.26 97111 11.46 9

1 .

(T5) ver~tica

ditnn

ýxetwvecn a stx-ri:ir

s-urface andi the level of tl,,c

imaxinim protrusion of the right bjttcxk ' .s mas-urciJ with an anthrrqx-,-ýto'r 1; at the right side of the thIgh. 'Me siubject st-zrrls ere~ct with the tog~ether and the weight distri~uted ecu-illy on both feet.

112

VAPJAUTE NO.

25--,EurX

HEGIm

FEMAIES

MAES

THE SUMARY STATISTICS CE27IMEOERS INaS 85.71 0.16 2.95 0.11

MFAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

33.74 0.06 1.16 0.04

88.51 0.19 4.19 0.13

MEAN SE(MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

34.85 0.07 1.65 0.05

79.30 K .00

MINhIUM MAXUIJM

31.22 38.19

78.60 100.90

MIJTLMUM MAXUMl

30.94 39.72

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYLME''RY---VLTA I KURITDIS---VWr,,A Ii NEUI

TI SUYIWY STATISTICS CETIE INCHES

OF SLBTXECI

PER CMIM1E=>E3 80.10 80.60 80.94 81.41 82.18 82,,73 83.19 83.60 83.98 84.34 84.70 85.05 85.41 85.78 86.17 86.57 87.01 87.50 38.0, 83. 4 89.61 90.96 91.85 92.52 93.58

3.4% 0.63 3.63

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMrY--VETA I 1URIOSIS-VETA II

4.7% 0.37 2.86

334

IUMM2R OF StJBTECIS

487

=M3

PERCU•LE CENTDWEIS INCHS

INCHfES ST 2ND 3RD 5Mh 10TH 15TH 20'111 25T11 30111 35Th 40TH1 45Th 50q1{ 55111 60M 65THlf 7011{ 75111 80711 85711 90111 95711 97I1 981iH 99"1

31.52 31.73 31.86 32.05 32.35 32.57 32.75 32.91 33.06 33.21 33.35 33.49 33.63 33.77 33.92 34.08 34.26 34.45 34.67 34.94 35.28 35.81 36.16 36.43 36.84

79.88 80.90 81.49 82.26 83.41 84.21 84.86 85.46 86.01 86.54 87.06 87.59 88.13 88.68 89.26 89.87 90.54 91.27 92.11 93.09 94.33 96.12 97.19 97.91 98.90 113

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20T11 25111 30T{ 35Th 4011M 45Th 50an1 55'lI{ 60TH 6551 70111 75Th 80'I1 85Th 90111 95'111 97111 98"1h 99MH

31.45 31.85 32.08 32.38 32.84 33.15 33.41 33.64 33.86 34.07 34.28 34.48 34.70 34.91 35.14 35.38 35.64 35.93 36.26 36.65 37.14 37.84 38.26 38.55 38.94

(26)

BITOC-IK'EE MLI•{

The horizontal distance between a buttock plate placed at the most posterior point on either buttock and the anterior point to the right knee is reasured with an anthnrcrreter. Te sibject sits erect. The thighs are parallel and the knees flexed 90 degrees with the feet in line with the thighs.

H

V

I 1

114

I,

"VIABLE MO.

T

26-J-7I=-ENEE

SUMMTAY SATISTS

EL-IH

TE SUlomRY S=ST!ICr

60.02 0.11 2.08 0.08

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

23.63 0.04 0.82 0.03

61.86 0.12 2.65 0.08

MEAN SE (MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

24.36 0.05 1.04 0.03

54.60 67.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

21.50 26.73

55.70 70.60

MINIMUM MkXIMM

21.93 27.80

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYPMETRYVETA I K SIS--VETA 11 NUMBR OF S

C

3.5% 0.22 2 . 75

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I ElTRISIS- VETA II

4.3% 0.28 2.88

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTIFS CENTDIETERS INCHES 55.90 56.24 56.47 56.80 57.36 57.77 58.13 58.46 58.76 59.06 59.34 59.63 59.91 60.21 60.51 60.82 61.15 61.51 61.91 62.35 62.88 63.57 63.92 64.13 64.32

1ST 2ND 3PD 5TH 107Hf 15T}{ 20TH 25I11 307H 35Th 40TH 45711 50Th 557H 60MH 65Th 70TTH 75111 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 96TH 9JTH

PERCENTILS flMEIR INCHES 56.09 56.82 57.24 57.79 58.60 59.15 59.59 59.98 60.34 '.68 61.02 61.35 61.69 62.03 62.39 62.77 63.17 63.62 64.13 64.72 65.46 66.52 67.15 67.58 68.16

22.01 22.14 22.23 22.36 22.58 22.75 22.89 23.01 23.13 23.J5 23.36 23.48 23.59 23.70 23.82 23.95 24.08 24.22 24.37 24.55 24.76 25.03 25.17 25.25 25.32 115

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 207H 25TH 30'IH 35TH 407H 45TH 507H 55711 60TH 657H 701H 759H 80mi 85M"h 90TH 95Th 97IH 98TH 99TH

22.08 22.37 22.54 22.75 23.07 23.29 23.46 23.61 23.76 23.89 24.02 24.15 24.29 24.42 24.56 24.71 24.87 25.05 25.25 25.48 25.77 26.19 26.44 26.61 26.84

(27)

H.TITOC-PLrrXEAL I=M

The horizontal distance bee•een a buttcyk plate placed at the most px>terior point c , either buttock and the back of the right knee (the popliteal fcssa it. the dorsal juncture of the calf a. I thigh) is measured with an antlhropz -ter. The subject sits erect. The thichs are parallel and the knee flexed 90 degrees with the feet in line with the thighs.

- '44 rN

116

Li

VARIABLE NO.

27-HrTICxK-POPIa!X=

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INIMETES INCHES

M161DI

MnE iB PURY STATISTICS CEN71IERS INCHES

49.22 0.10 1.84 0.07

MEAN SE((MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

19. % 0.04 0.73 0.03

50.26 0.11 2.47 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

19.79 0.04 0.97 0.03

44.50 55.50

MDNIMUM MAXIMUM

17.52 2i.85

44.40 57.70

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

17.48 22.72

COEFF. OF VARIATION S)ImTY---VETA I FURICSIS--VE."A II NUMBER OF SUJJECIS

3.7% 0.13 2.67

CDEFF. OF SYNMMTRYKURmSIS-

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECtS

PERCEN2TILES CENITIMiS INCHES 45.15 45.63 45.92 46.30 46.88 47.28 47.60 47.89 48.15 48.41 48.65 48.89 49.14 49.39 49.65 45' 91 50.20 50.51 50.85 51.25 51.72 52.36 52.71 52.92 53.15

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60M'H 65TH 70TH 757-1 801H 85Th1 90TH 95TH 977H 98TH 99TI

AjATION VETA I VETA II

4.9% 0.37 2.91 487

PERCETIES CEW=.TFS INCHES

17.77 17.97 18.08 18.23 18.46 18.61 18.74 18.85 18.96 19.06 19.15 19.25 19.35 19.44 19.55 19.65 19.76 19.88 20.02 20.18 20.36 20.62 20.75 20.83 20.93

45.25 45.78 46.10 46.53 47.21 47.70 48.09 48.45 48.79 49.11 49.42 49.73 50.05 50.38 50.72 51.08 51.46 51.89 52.37 52.93 53,65 54.69 55.33 55.77 56.39

117

IST 2ND 3RD 51H 10TYI 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 357H 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70MH 75Th 8011 85TH 90711 957'1H 97TH 98TH 99TH

17.81 18.02 18.15 18.32 18.59 18.78 18.93 19.08 19.21 19.33 19.46 19.58 19.71 19.83 19.97 20.11 20.26 20.43 20.62 20.84 21.12 21.53 21.78 21.96 22.20

(28)

CAIF

crrXIcR

The maxinum horizontal circumference of the right calf is imtasured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the heels approximately 10 cm apart and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

118

VARTIBE 1N.

28-(

(C

UF E ECE• MAvim

• "FEMAES

ME SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES CENT111TERS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES CENTIMERS 35.88 0.13 2.39 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.13 0.05 0.94 0.04

37.77 0.10 2.26 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.87 0.04 0.89 0.03

29.80 45.90

MINIMUM MAXBIMUM

11.73 18.07

30.00 44.80

MIN IMUM MY24,7!,M

11.81 17.64

COEFF. OF VARIATION VETA I SYMMETRYVETA II KURIOSISNUMBE

OF SUBJECIS

COA',:. OF VARIATION VETA, I SYMMErRYVETA II UIFJpTIS-

6.6% 0.14 3.30

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50"IT 55TH 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH 80TH 85TH 90195TH 97IH 98TH 99TH

32.96 33.48 33.81 34.25 34.95 35.43 35.82 36.17 36.49 36.79 37.08 37.37 37.66 37.96 38.26 38.58 38.91 39.28 39.70 40.18 40.79 41.67 42.21 42.59 43.14

12.09 12.27 12.39 12.58 12.90 13.13 13.32 13.48 13.63 13.77 13.90 14.02 14.14 14.26 14.39 14.51 14.64 14.78 14.93 15.10 15.31 15.61 15.81 15.95 16.17 119

/

487

PERCENTII/M INCHES CERI'MEITEPS

PERCENTIIES INCHES CENTIMETERS 30.72 31.15 31.47 31.95 32.77 33.35 33.83 34.24 34.62 34.96 35.29 35.61 35.92 36.23 36.54 36.85 37.18 37.53 37.92 38.35 38.89 39.66 40.15 40.50 41.06

6.0% 0.16 2.94

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH{ 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50T1H 55TH 60MH 65TH 7011H 75Th 80TH 85TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98TH 991H

12.98 13.18 13.31 13.48 13.76 13.95 14.10 14.24 14.37 14.48 14.60 14.71 14.83 14.94 15.06 15.19 15.32 15.47 15.63 15.82 16.06 16.41 16.62 16.77 16.98

(29)

CAifF HEEG•

The vertical distance between a starding surface and the level of the naximm circumference of the right calf is ireasume with an antbroparter. The subject stands erect with the heels together and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

Ilk

4/

120

VARU7UUE NO.

29--CATF HEIGHT

ThE SUEMMRY STISTICS CNIMEITRS IN=HE

ThE SUZ CNITME~ITF

STATISTICS IN={E

31.99 0.10 1.78 0.07

MEAN SE(_EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.59 0.04 0.70 0.03

35.15 0.09 1.93 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.84 0.03 0.76 0.02

27.60 38.90

INIMUM MAXIMUM

10.87 15.31

30.80 MINIMUM 40.80 MAXIJMU

12.13 16.06

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I KIqJIISVETA II

5.6% 0.52 3.54

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

PERCENTIIES

CENfLMTERS 28.36 28.76 29.01 29.34 29.85 30.20 30.48 30.73 30.96 31.18 31.39 31.60 31.82 32.04 32.26 32.50 32.77 3,.06 33.39 33.79 34.31 35.11 35.64 36.03 36.65

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15Th 2TiH 25Th 30TflH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 657H 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 98TH 99TH

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SM4EIY- VEIA I IJRIWISVEIM II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

INCHES

CErKE

11.16 11.32 11.42 11.55 11.75 11.89 12.00 12.10 12.19 12.28 12.36 12.44 12.53 12.61 12.70 12.80 12.90 13.01 13.15 13.30 13.51 13.82 14.03 14.19 14.43

PERCENTIES

30.90 31.33 31.61 32.01 32.65 33.10 33.46 33.78 34.07 34.34 34.60 34.85 35.10 35.35 35.61 35.87 36.15 36.46 36.80 37.20 37.70 38.43 38.90 39.24 39.77 121

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

_ _ _

~I

1ST 2ND 3RD 51H 10TH 1 20Th 25MI 30TH 35TH 40MH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70=H 75TH 80TU 63TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 9MTh 99TH

5.5% 0.17 2.77 487

INCHIES 12.17 12.33 12.45 12.60 12.86 13.03 13.17 13.30 13.41 13.52 13.62 13.72 13.82 13.92 14.02 14.12 14.23 14.35 14.49 14.64 14.84 15.13 15.32 15.45 15.66

(30)

CEVICAIE HKIGHT

I..

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the cervicale larcbiark on the spine at the base of the neck is measure with an anthropometer. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the naximum point of quiet respiration.

....

i......

*

xi.

\:A'/

F

/

-

WVARMAE M.

F

30-cMMCALE HEIGHT

E

mAum

ThE SUMPRY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

'TE SUMMARY STAT'ISTICS CENu71aSI ES

145.33 0.23 4.19 0.16

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

57.22 0.09 1.65 0.06

153.18 0.27 6.00 0.19

MIAN SE(NAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

60.31 0.11 2.36 0.08

135.50 164.30

MINIMUM M'Xfl4UM

53.35 64.69

135.30 169.40

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

53.27 66.69

COEFF. OF VARPATION SYNMETRY--VETA I 1035ISVETA II

2.9% 0.53 3.86

NUMBER OF SUBJF=TS

334

CXEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I 1JRIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJEC•S

PERCENTILES CEN'ITMEIS INCHES 136.29 137.43 138.10 138.98 140.27 141.14 141.83 142.43 142.99 143.51 144.01 144.51 145.02 145.54 146.07 146.64 147.25 147.92 148.70 149.61 150.79 152.57 153.72 154.55 155.82

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40YH 45TH 50YIH 551H 607H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 977H 98Th 99TH

3.9% -0.01 2.79 487

PERCENTILES CENTIME= INCHES

53.66 54.11 54.37 54.72 55.23 55.57 55.84 56.08 56.29 56.50 56.70 56.89 57.09 57.30 57.51 57.73 57.97 58.24 58.54 58.90 59.37 60.07 60.52 60.85 61.34

139.37 141.02 142.04 143.42 145.51 146.93 148.06 149.05 149.94 150.77 151.57 152.34 153.12 153.89 154.68 155.51 156.37 157.32 158.37 159.57 161.07 163.20 164.50 165.39 166.67 123

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 2 C0T 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50Th 55TH 607H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80RI 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

54.87 55.52 55.92 56.46 57.29 57.85 58.29 58.68 59.03 59.36 59.67 5S.98 60.28 60.59 63.90 61.22 61.56 61.94 62.35 62.82 63.41 64.25 64.76 65.11 65.62

(31)

CiMICOE I-• I{ r,

S=-U

The vertical distance betren a sitting surfaoe and the cervicale larnlrk on the spine at the base of the nock is rcanured with an anthrex-•ter. "The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and uprKxr arms are rnlaxed and the forearm and hards are extended forward horizontally with the palms facirg each other. The thighs are parallel and the knees are flexed 90 degrees. The reasurement is taken at t! 3 maxirmam point of quiet respiration.

124

... ..

.

..

-

-7

¾/

VARVVKE• M3.

31--

CWaLZ HEIrU, ST

THE SUMARY STAISTICS CERlh1EIl INCHES

C

THE S404ARY S`ATLaSTI TMTS INCHES

65.45 0.13 2.46 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

25.77 0.05 0.97 0.04

68.89 0.13 2.80 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST UEV SE(SD)

27.12 0.05 1.10 0.04

58.60 74.10

MINIMUM MA.XCUVM

23.07 29.17

59.00 76.50

MINIMUM MAXI?4M

23.23 30.12

COEFF. OF VAWRIATI( SYMME7RYVEIA I KIUItSISVETA II

3.8% 0.04 2.99

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

CDEFF. OF VARIAOTIO eYMU VETA I KJsiCSISVETA II NUMBE

PERCEriaMiS INHE CEl~rDITrERS 59.70 60.42 fo.86 61.44 62.31 62.90 63.36 63.77

lST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15-TH 2011H 25TH

23.50 23.79 23.96 24.19 24.53 24.76 24.95 25.11

64.13 64.47 64.80 65.11 65.43 65.75 66.07 66.41 66.76 67.15 67.57 68.06 68.66 69.49 69.98 70.31 70.75

30TH' 351H 40TLU 45Th 50Th 55Th1 60711 65TH1 7'CTH 75111 8(01 8 M-{ 969n{ 957H 97T 98"H 99IH

25.25 25.38 25.51 25.64 25.76 25.89 26.01 26.14 26.28 26.44 26.60 26.79 27.03 27.36 27.55 27.68 27.85

OF SUB3XECrS

4.1% -0.23 3.34 487

PERCF2TIIk'? clnmTR irmz 62.15 63.02 63.56 64.28 65.36 66.07 66.62 67.09 67.51 67.90 68.26 68.61 68.95 fn,29 13 J9 70.36 70.76 71.20 71.72 72.36 73.32 73.93 74.39 75.10 125

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Ti 15-7.1 262}{ 25Th1 30Tf 35TI 40T-1 45Th 50THi 55'I"! 60qTH 65TH 70111 7.5Th1 801111 85T'h 99111 95TH{ 97Th 98111 97'111

24.47 24.81 25.02 25.31 25.73 26.01 26.23 26.41 26.58 26.73 26.87 27.01 27.15 27.28 27.41 27.55 27.70 27.86 28.03 28.23 28.49 241.87 29.11 29.29 29.57

(32)

QESr ER=

I

Me maxinmu horizontal breadth of the chest at the level of the right bustpoint on wrmn or the nipple on nm is measured with a bcxn calipel. The subject standIs erect lockiM straight ah.2d with the heels torjether, the weight distributed eILlly on both feet. The masurnt is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration. iqte: Brast tis-sue and

latissimus dorsi rmuscle tissue are not inclxdyxd in this rnasurcmnt if they extend beyond the rib care.

V(

120\,)

126

VARIA.LE .. ..

.

32--.ST

UI

HIE SUMMARY STATISr7S CENTIE= INQHES

THE SUIMMRY STATISTICS Cf CEMETEM IN=

28.82 0.11 2.01 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.35 0.04 0.79 0.03

33.19 0.10 2.19 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.07 0.04 0.86 0.03

22.50 37.50

MINIMUMli MAXIlUM

8.86 14.76

26.00 39.80

MINIMUM MAXMIJM

10.24 15.67

COEFF. OF VARIATIiN SYMMEIRY-VEPA I IVJRTOISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

7.0% 0.48 4.07

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VETA I KURISISVETA II

334

NUMIBER OF SUB/JECT

PERcENrTr11 CENTDTERS INCHIES 24.78 25.13 25.38 25.74 26.34 26.76 27.11 27.42 27.71 27.97 28.22 28.47 28 .•72 28.97 29.22 29.49 29.77 30.08 30.42 30.83 31.36 32.17 32.72 33.13 33.81

1ST 21ND 3RD 511's 10M! 15Th{ 207ff{ 25Th! 30TH 35TH 40TH 45rt 5001[ 55Th7 60lfl 65Th 70UH 75[11 8g7i11 85T71. 90MH951H 97T11 98M1! 99TH

6.6'. 0.16 2.83

P-s=Z CENT'IMETERS

9.75 9.89 9.99 10.13 10.37 10.54 10.67 10.80 10.91 11.01 11.11 11.21 11.31 11.40 11.50 11.61 11.72 11.84 11.98 12.14 12.35 12.67 12.88 13.04 13.31

28.53 28.99 29.29 29.72 30.41 30.90 31.30 31.65 31.96 32.26 32.55 32.83 33.1i1 33.39 33.68 33.98 34.29 34.64 35.03 35.48 36.06 36.92 37.48 37.89 38.53

127

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th1 10'i1{ 15T11 20TH 25711 301H 3511{ 4CMT 45Th1 5071} 55711 601111 65111 7071 1 75Th! 80Ti 85f11 90T,!1 95Th 97111 913TI 9Y11i

487

: 11.23 11.41 11.53 11.70 11.97 12.17 12.32 12.46 12.58 12.70 12.81 12.92 13 .•03 13.15 13.26 13.38 13.50 13.64 13.79 13.97 14.20 14.54 14.75 14.92 15.17

(33)

a=EXS

-

C

The maxinum horizontal circumference of the chest at the fullest part of the breast is measured with a tzpe. The subject stards erect lookingj straight ahead. T7.e shoulders and upper e-\tr ities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the raxi•,u

(2

I':

!72"

S~128

I i4J

point of quiet respiration.

/

VARILE ND.

33--IS

CMýCUIMH

ThE SUMARY STATICS

THE SUMMARY STATL=TICS INT=•

CENTIMETER'S

INCHIES

CEIý

92.48 0.37 6.84 0.26

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

36.41 0.15 2.69 0.10

100.92 0.27 5.95 0.19

MEAN SE OEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

39.73 0.11 2.34 0.08

75.20 117.60

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

29.61 46.30

85.00 119.40

MINfV4 MAXIMUIM

33.46 47.01

ODEFF. OF VARIATION S2lMEIRYVETA I KURIOSIS--vTA II

7.4% 0.48 3.77

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

COEFF. OF VARIAT.ON S' -E Y- VETA I IVIWIS-VEMA II NUMBER OF SUBJECI=S

PERCENMTME PENIM-E IN= 77.41 79.15 80.28 81.84 84.22 85.80 87.03 88.07 88.99 89.83 90.62 91.38 92.14 92.90 93.68 94.49 95.37 96.36 97.51 98.93 I00.90 104.30 106.90 109.06 112.94

IS'I' 2ND 3RD 5Ti 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35T11 40TH 451H 50M'H 55Th 60Th 65TH 70aM 75TH 801i71 85ni 90.11 9521 971IH 98Th 99Th

5.9% 0.11 2.86

C

30.48 31.16 31.61 32.22 33.16 33.78 34.26 34.67 35.03 35.37 35.68 35.98 36.23 36.58 36.88 37.20 37.55 37.94 38.39 38.95 39.73 41.06 42.09 42.94 44.46

PERCE~rIIES IN= ENTS 87.42 88.93 89.90 91.23 93.31 94.73 95.86 96.84 97.72 98.54 99.32 100.08 100.83 101.59 102.35 103.25 103.99 104.90 105.93 107.13 108.66 110.94 112.44 113.56 115.32

129

487

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10ThH 15TH 2UTH 25Th 30Tih 35T11 401H 45TH 50MI 551T1 6CIII 65Thl 70TH 75MTh 80TI 85TI 90I1 95Th 971H 987TI 99'fl

34.42 35.01 35.40 35.92 :6.74 37.30 37.74 38.13 38.47 38.80 39.10 39.40 39.70 39.99 40.30 40.61 40.94 41.30 41.71 42.18 42.78 43.68 44.27 44.71 45.40

(34)

CHMT c

MUEFOKE AT

The horizontal circu-ference of the chest at the level of the scye-at-midspine lardrrark is reasured with a tape.

The subject starns

erect lookirn straight ahead. The shoulders and upL r extremities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the naximum point of quiet respiration.

IN

130

Li

VARIAhLE •.

34"-CHEST CMM

2EMX2 AT SCYE

FEMAIES

ATIES

THE SUMMARY STATI'isCS CENi'iMiETER IN=HES lS

THE SLMM-ARY STATISTICS 9 INCHES

90.07 0.31 5.66 0.22

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

35.46 0.12 2.23 0.09

103.58 0.25 5.53 0.18

MEAN SE(MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

40.78 0.10 2.18 0.07

75.50 112.10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

29.72 44.13

89.40 120.30

MINLMUM MAXIMUM

35.20 47.36

COFF. OF VARIATION SYMMMKE1VETA I KURIOSIS----2. II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

6.3% 0.59 4.08

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I IORIMSISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCEMI•IES CENTIME T ERS INCHES 78.09 79.65 80.56 81.74 83.45 84.57 85.46 86.24 86.94 87.61 88.25 88.89 89.54 90.21 90.91 91.65 92.46 93.37 94.42 95.69 97.39 100.06 101.90 103.29 105.55

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90niT 9521 97TH 987H 9921

5.3% 0.09 2.82 487

•PEENTItES CEIME

30.74 31.36 31.72 32.18 32.85 33.30 33.65 33.95 34.23 34.49 34.75 35.00 35.25 35.52 35.79 36.08 36.40 36.76 37.17 37.68 38.34 39.39 40.12 40.67 41.55

91.12 92.57 93.48 94.70 96.58 97.85 98.87 99.77 100.57 101.32 102.04 102.75 103.45 104.16 104.88 105.63 106-43 107.30 108.28 109.41 110.83 112.91 114.22 115.15 116.55 131

INCES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20ITH 25Th 30TH 35TH 407H 45TH 50TH 55TH 602H 651H 70TH 75:1HI 80TH 85TH 90TH 95.S 9/li 98TIT 99M4

35.87 36.44 36.80 37.28 38.02 38.52 38.93 39.28 39.59 39.89 40.18 40.45 40.73 41.01 41.29 41.59 41.90 42.24 42.63 43.07 43.63 44.45 44.9,•9 45.34 45.89

(35)

CaEr C

4F

CEEIREME=ST

The horizontal circumference of the chest at the level of the inferior juncture of the lcwest breast with the rib cage is reasared with a tape. On wuren, the tape may lie on the bra. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the maximam point of quiet respiration.

"132

V

132

VARIAMl

M~.

35-CflEST CIiU=

MESU R S CS CETIETRSINHES

SUMMARY S CEN1IMOERS~

79.01 0.30 5.42 0.21

MEAN 3E(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

31.11 0.12 2.13 0.08

94.50 0.26 5.76 0.18

66.30 98.80

MIoIM MAXML74

26.10 38.90

80.20 1U.90

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KURISISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECSi

6.9% 0.72 4.24 334

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30MI35TH 40Th 45TH 50Th 55Th 60TH 65-11 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH !"0TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99Th

37.20 0.10 2.27 0.07

MINIM2 MAXIMTJ

31.57 44.06

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS PERCENT CE1INIETME=

26.85 27.22 27.49 27.90 28.57 29.04 29.41 29.72 30.00 30.25 30.49 30.72 30.95 31.18 31.41 31.66 31.93 32.23 32.60 33.05 33.70 34.89 35.84 36.65 38.17

81.68 83.13 84.04 85.27 87.18 88.49 89.55 90.47 91.31 92.10 92.85 93.59 94.33 95.08 95.84 96.63 97.48 98.40 99.44 100.64 102.16 104.38 105.78 106.78 108.28

133

-A7ImSTic INCHES

MEAN SE(EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYFZ&lY- VE'M I I3=ISVFI• II

PE•CENT=S TuhIE= INCHES 68.20 69.13 69.83 70.86 72.57 73.76 74.69 75.49 76.19 76.84 77.45 78.03 78.61 79.19 79.79 80.42 81.10 81.87 82.79 83.95 85.61 88.61 91.03 93.09 96.95

K42M

EE~lC

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25Ti 30Th 35TH 409M 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70M11 75TH 80TH 85-T1 96=1 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

6.1% 0.14 2.76 487

INCHES 32.16 32.73 33.09 33.57 34.32 34.84 35.25 35.62 35.95 36.26 36.56 36.85 37.14 37.43 37.73 38.05 38.38 38.74 39.15 39.62 40.22 41.09 41.64 42.04 42.63

,•

(36)

//

CH{EST EEPII

The horizontal distance between the chest, at the level of the right bustpoint on wcmen or the nipple on men, and the back at the same level is measured with a beam caliper. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

134

134

VARIABLE INO.

36--G1HST EEPfl

UhE SUMMARY STATISTICS

CNIE

UE SUMDRY SIATrCS CETMTR INCHES

INC-HES

24.30 0.13 2.35 0.09

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.57 0.05 0.92 0.04

25.02 0.09 1.95 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

17.40 32.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.85 12.80

18.80 31.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMErRYVETA I 1IJRIWISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

9.7% 0.40 3.46

C0EFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I IUJRIISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SU.BJTECIS

PERCENTILES

7.40 12.56 7.8% 0.06 2.87 487

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS INCHES

INCES

E

9.85 0.03 0.77 0.02

19.49 19.92 20.23

1ST 2ND 3RD

7.67 7.84 7.96

20.67 21.40 21.91 22.32 22.69 23.02 23.32 23.61 23.89 24.17 24.46 24.75 25.05 25.37 25.73 26.13 26.62 27.27 28.31 29.06 29.66 30.69

20.99 21.28 21.51

5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45-H 501H 55TH 60TH 65TIH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Dm 99TH

IST 2ND 3RD

8.14 8.42 8.63 8.79 8.93 9.06 9.18 9.30 9.41 9.52 9.63 9.74 9.86 9.99 10.13 10.29 10.48 10.74 11.15 11.44 11.68 12.08

8.26 8.38 8.47

21.86 22.47 22.92 23.29 23.63 23.93 24.21 24.48 24.75 25.01 25.27 25.53 25.80 26.08 26.39 26.72 27.10 27.57 28.25 28.67 28.97 29.43

5TH lTam 15TH 20TH 25TH 30DTH 35DM 40TH 45TH 50TH 551H 60IH 65TH 701H 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99mH

3.61 8.85 9.02 9.17 9.30 9.42 9.53 9.64 9.74 9.85 9.95 10.05 10.16 10.27 10.39 10.52 10.67 10.86 11.12 11.29 11.41 11.59

135

-/

.

(37)

CRIEST

MEIGT•

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the right bustpoint on wcmen or the nipple on ren is measured with an anthrocmter. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The heels are together with the weight distributd equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurenent is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

--------------.....------..

..

!

I

,.

, 77

136 i



I.

136

s

VATIAfLE NO.

3"-Q12HST HKI(ZT

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS E2T7 INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS ITN•TER INCIES

121.09 0.23 4.17 0.16

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

47.67 0.09 1.64 0.06

128.23 0.24 5.24 0.17

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

50.49 0.09 2.06 0.07

109.40 140.20

MINIMU!M MAXIMUM

43.07 55.20

112.80 141.80

M11=M4 MAXIMIUM

44.41 55.83

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VETA I KURITSIS-VETA II

3.4% 0.53 3.91

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYK4ETP',- -VETA I Iq=ISVETA II

4.1% -0.09 2.81

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

CNEl7/r

PERCEN'TILES ERS INCHES

112.36 113.51 114.17 115.00 116.21 117.01 117.66 118.23 118.76 119.26 119.76 120.25 120.75 121.27 121.81 122.38 123.01 ]23.69 124.48 125.41 126.60 128.33 129.40 130.14 131.18

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30MH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCENITLES CFIME= INCHES

44.24 44.69 44.95 45.28 45.75 46.07 46.32 46.55 46.76 46.95 47.15 47.34 47.54 47.74 47.96 48.18 48.43 48.70 49.01 49.37 49.84 50.52 50.94 51.24 51.65

115.57 117.21 118.20 119.50 121.45 122.75 123.77 124.65 125.45 126.18 126.88 127.56 128.24 128.92 129.61 130.32 131.07 131.88 132.78 133.80 135.07 136.85 137.91 138.62 139.61

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35Th, 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 6591H 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

45.50 46.14 46.53 47.05 47.82 48.33 48.73 49.08 49.39 49.68 49.95 50.22 50.49 50.76 51.03 51.31 51.60 51.92 52.27 52.68 53.18 53.88 54.29 54.58 54.97

137

ijj

(38)

cwim imau

The vertical distance between the standing surface and the crotch is 2masured with an anthroccrter. Tho subject starels erect locking straight ahead. The heels are. together ard the weight is distributed equally on both feet. /

1-

I

138

/3 Jr

'

V'RIABLE NO.

38----OMI HEIG-i'

THE SUMAIRY STATISTICS CNIMETERS IN=S

MhUE SUn-lum SIATISTICS CErhI'IT INCHES

79.17 0.15 2.71 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

31.17 0.06 1.07 0.04

84.18 0.19 4.23 0.14

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

33.14 0.08 1.66 0.05

75.00 89.80

MINIIMUM MXIMUJM

29.53 35.35

73.00 95.50

MMNIMM MAXIhM

28.74 37.60

O0EFF. OF VARIATION SYF2MMYVETA I KUiRrtISVETA II

3.4% 0.81 3.60

NU2MBER OF -SUBJECTS

334

PER r="2ErERS 75.06 75.17 75.29 75.54 76.04 76.45 76.70 77.11 77.44 77.69 78.01 78.33 78.60 79.14 79.42 79.87 80.42 80.88 81.48 82.20 82.98 83.91 84.70 85.50 87.15

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY]MThRY--VETA I K(RTI0SISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJE

MIIES

5.0% 0.17 2.69 487

PIEI rfI Ufs cufl'fl4Marrs

flN1OfS 1ST 29.55 2ND 29.60 3RD 29.64 5MH 29.74 10q11 29.94 15TH 30.10 20TH 30.20 25TH 30.36 30TH 30.49 351H 30.58 40T}1 30.71 45711 30.84 5071 30.94 55111 31.16 60111 31.27 65TH 31.44 70T1h 31.66 757h1 31.84 8(1i11 32.08 85'h{ 32.36 90711 32.67 95TH 33.03 97111 33.35 98'1{ 33.66 99'011 34.31

75.12 76.09 76.69 77.52 78.81 79.72 80.46 81.12 81.73 82.30 82.86 83.41 83.97 84.53 85.11 85.72 86.36 87.07 87.86 88.77 89.91 91.51 92.47 93.11 94.00 139

iST 2ND 3RD 5111 10T11 15111 20qT{ 25T}1 309H 35Th{ 40111 45T11 5(11{ 55T71 60TH 65TM 70Th{ 75TH! 80'111 8571! 90111{ 95111 97M11 983M 99Ih!

29.57 29.96 30.19 30.52 31.03 31.38 31.68 31.)4 32.18 32.40 32.62 32.84 33.06 33.28 33.51 33.75 34.00 34.28 34.59 34.95 35.40 36.03 36.40 36.66 37.01

The distance bet-een the abdanz at the level of the natural indentation of the waist to the sxe level cn the back is measurcd with a tape passi•xK through the crotch to the right of the genitalia. The tape is held vertically both in front and in back. The subject stands erect icok•gj straight ahead. The heel.; are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The rmeasurement is taken at the macinimmr point of quiet respiration.

-

[

-\

I

/

:,1

VARIABLE Wi. 39-QaIYTM LEN=

7HE sU1tRY srA1ISTcS MNlMWTERS INCHES

(NATU3RAL DMOMMChI-4)

ME SUMMARY STATTISMI CEisTflERS INCHES

62.65 0.21 3.79 0.15

MEA SE(I4EN) ST DEV SE(SD)

24.66 0.08 1.49 0.06

64.34 0.17 3.86 0.12

MEAN SE(IEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

25.33 0.07 1.52 0.05

52.00 73.30

MINI"43M MAXIMUM

20.47 28.86

51.10 75.90

MINDIML MAXIMLM

20.12 29.83

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEYVETA I KJRIOSISVETA II

6.0% 0.00 2.85

NUMBER OF SUBJECrS

334

COEFF. OF VARIXFION SYMFTY- VETA I NJRIWSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCTIES CrnIMERS INCHES 53.61 54.78 55.50 56.44 57.83 58.75 59.48 60.11 60.67 61.19 61.68 62.16 62.64 '3.12 b3.61 64.12 64.65 65.23 65.89 66.64 67.58 6,8.94 69.79 70.19 71.26

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Tni 15Tfl 201TH 25TH 30M1 35TH 40'H 45TH 50'111 55TH1 60TH 65I11 70U1 75111 80TH 85TH 90'PI 95711 9'7H 98n 99Ti

6.0% 0.07 3.22 487

PERL'IMS CEWIML=rS INCIES

21.11 21.57 21.85 22.22 22.77 23.13 23.42 23.66 23.88 24.09 24.28 24.47 24.66 24.85 25.04 25.24 25.45 25.68 25.94 26.24 26.61 27.14 27.48 27 . 71 28.06

55.03 56.32 57.08 58.C6 59.48 60.41 61.13 61.75 62.30 62.82 63.31 63.79 64.27 64.75 65.25 65.76 66.32 66.92 67.61 68.42 69.45 70.99 71.99 72.71 73.82 4.41

1ST 2ND 3RD 51H 101H1 15TH 20TH 25H1 30TIH 35TH 40X1 45TH 501H 55Th 60T1 65TH 70TH 75TH 80111 85111 90q11 95T1 97711 98'B-1 99111

21.67 22.17 22.47 22.86 23.42 23.78 24.07 24.31 24.53 24.73 24.92 25.11 25.30 25.49 25.69 25.89 26.11 26.35 26.62 26.94 27.34 27.95 28.34 28.63 29.06

(40)

aM1Q

f~H cLLcJ

MTe distance between the abdomen at the level of the center of the navel (cmpalion) to the same level on the back is measured with a tape passing through the crotch to the right of the genitalia. The tape is held vertically both in front ard in back. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The rtasurenmnt is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

I12

a:.'

F

[•; 1

L

VARIABE NO.

THE SUMMARY CERIXEID X 77.49 0.31 5.65 0.22

SXTiCS INCIES

MFAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

63. 00 MINIM•M 94.20 MAXIMUM COEFF. OF VARIATION .SYmY- VETA I KURITSISVETA II N

R OF SUBECS

P CENTIMETERS 64.59 66.30 67.30 68.59 70.46 71.70 72.68 73.54 74.33 75.07 75.78 76.49 77.20 77.93 78.68 79.47 80.32 81.25 82.31 83.55 85.12 87.40 88.81 89.79 91.19

4G-QýITCH IRVLH (C1aM=CNJ)

THE su Y STTISTICS CE2EIME T I• INCHES

30.51 0.12 2.23 0.09 24.80 37.09 7.3% 0.20 2.88

MEAN 30.39 SE(MEAN) 0.08 ST DEV 1.86 SE (cr•) 0.06

60.10 94.00

MINL-4;4 MAW_4

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY•mYVETA I IYJrTOSISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

LRCEYMIES INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 157H 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 35TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

77.20 0.21 4.72 0.15

23.66 37.01 6.1% 0.01 3.35 487

PEREMMIZS CEMTrflMEIPS INCHES

25.43 26.10 26.50 27.00 27.74 28.23 28.61 28.95 29.26 29.55 29.84 30.11 30.39 30.68 30.98 31.29 31.62 31.99 32.41 32.89 33.51 34.41 34.97 35.35 35.90

65.73 67.24 68.18 69.41 71.24 72.43 73.36 74.14 74.83 75.47 76.06 76.64 77.20 77.77 78.34 78.93 79.55 80.23 81.00 81.90 83.06 84.85 86.07 87.00 88.52 143

1ST 2ND 3RD STH 10Th 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TM 35Mh 400f 45Th 50TH 55TH 60Th 65_-H 70Th 75TH 80UM{ 85TH 90WH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

25.88 26.47 21.84 27.33 2S.05 28.52 28.88 29.19 29.46 29.71 29.95 3C.17 30.39 30.62 30.84 31.07 31.32 31.59 31 89 32.24 32.70 33.41 33.83 34.25 34.85

(41) 5'

M

, F

=

IU

ML

n

MnIU•

The surface distance frcr the crotch at the inner thigh larxnark to the back of the oaist. The subject stands with the left foot on a platform so that the knee is flexed.

J/1

iI •;

.144

II

VARIABLE PO.

41--a<2=i I2

, POSTERIOR (NATOX(AL 3ILTATION)

F MAIES

MALES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETIES INCHES

THE SUMARY STATIsrTCS CETWMETlES INCHES

39.43 0.17 3.14 0.12

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.52 O.n7 1.23 0.05

38.61 0.11 2.45 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.20 0.04 0.96 0.03

31.80 49.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

12.52 19.49

31.40 MINIMUM 46.70 MAXIMUM

12.36 18.39

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMM=YVETA 1 KJRIOSISVETA II

8.0% 0.19 2.75

COEFF. OF VAR[AT0N SYMMEIRYVETA I qJRTDSISVETA II

6.3% 0.26 3.31

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERC•IEIFS CBITMETERS INCHES 32.89 33.48 33.88 34.46 35.43 36.12 36.69 37.20 37.66 38.09 38.51 38.92 39.33 39.74 40.16 40.60 41.06 41.55 42.11 42.75 43.56 44;. 72 45.44 45.96 46.73

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 7011 75Th 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 997H

PERCENTILES CENflT4E'IS INCI{ES

12.95 13.18 13.34 13.57 13.95 14.22 14.44 14.64 14.83 15.00 15.16 15.32 15.48 15.65 15.81 15.98 16.16 16.36 16.58 16.83 17.15 17.60 17.89 18.09 18.40

33.03 33.77 34.20 34.77 35.59 36.13 36.56 36.93 37.26 37.58 37.88 38.17 38.47 38.78 39.09 39.42 39.77 40.16 40.61 41.14 41.33 42.87 43.55 44.05 44.83 145

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 201H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

13.00 13.29 13.47 13.69 14.01 14.23 14.39 14.54 14.67 14.79 14.91 15.03 15.15 15.27 15.39 15.52 15.66 15.81 15.99 16.20 16.47 16.88 17.15 17.34 17.65

(42)

CFDY

ML-CM,

PISICR (CZIWlCO

T:he surface distance from the crotch at the inner thigh lar&xark to the

back of the waist at the level of the center of the navel (orphalion) is

.measured with a tape. The tape passes between the buttocks to the back of the waist. The subject stands with the left foot on a platform so that the knee is flexed.

1L' [I'

i!U

i]

'

'

146

146

VAR-A-IE IN.

42-

I

, PSEGR

(WHI-LICN

FEVA•fMAE

tI.THE SUMT1ARY STATISTICS CENTIM4EIEIS INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

31.63 0.13 2.46 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.45 0.05 0.97 0.04

31.63 0.10 2.29 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.45 0.04 0.90 0.03

24.00 38.30

MINIMNUM MAXIMUM

9.45 15.08

25.00 39.20

MRINIJM MAXMlUM

9.84 15.43

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVEHrA I NKURIOSISVEMTII NUMBER OF SUBTECTS

7.8% -0.06 2.83 334

PERCENTIIES CENIME= INCHES 25.80 26.5i 26.98 27.57 28.46 29.06 29.53 29.94 30.31 30.65 30.98 31.30 31.62 31.94 32.27 32.61 32.97 33.36 33.79 34.28 34.90 35.75 36.26 36.59 37.06

'SI' 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15TH 201H 25TH 30M11 35TH 4011 45TH 501H 55TH 60IH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80fTH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 987H 99TH

ODEFF. OF VARIJ7ION SYMMETRYVETA I FURIMSISVETA II

7.2% 0.07 3.30

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCENTIES CNTI4MEERS INCHiES

10.16 10.45 10.62 10.86 11.21 11.44 11.62 11.79 11.93 12.07 12.20 12.32 12.45 12.58 12.70 12.84 12.98 13.13 13.30 13.50 13.74 14.07 14.27 14.41 14.59

25.84 26.70 27.21 27.85 28.77 29.34 29.78 30.15 30.48 30.78 31.06 31.33 31.61 31.88 32.16 32.45 32.76 33.10 33.48 33.94 34.53 35.43 36.03 36.48 37.19 147

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15TH 20M11 25TH 3011 35TH 40TH 45TH 501H 55TH 6011H 65Th 7011H 75TH 80111 85TlH 901H 95TH 97TH 98TH 997H

10.17 10.51 10.71 10.97 11.33 11.55 11.72 11.87 12.00 12.12 12.23 12.34 12.44 12.55 12.66 12.77 12.90 13.03 13.18 13.36 13.59 13.95 14.18 14.36 14.64

(43)

EAxR EMEADD

%bexnaximzm breadth of the right ear perpendicular to its long axis is measured with a sliding caliper.

414

V./

A

i,

/

VAIZBLE W.

43--EAR

EP i

FEMAIE0

THE SUMMARY ST CENTIE 3.50 0.01 0.24 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SOE(SD)

2.70 MINIMUM 4.10 MAXIMUM

MAIMS

mIS 3=

THE SUMMAY SA CENTEIME

TCS INIS

1.38 0.01 0.10 0.00

3.80 0.01 0.27 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

1.50 0.00 0.11 0.00

1.06 1.61

3.10 MINIMUM 4.70 MAXIMlUM

1.22 1.85

cODEFF. OF VARIATION SMIRY--VETA I 1qJRIU ISVETA II

6.9% 0.09 3.07

ODEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I qjRI1sIS--VEA II

7.1% 0.09 2.92

NUMBER OF SUB3ECTS

234

NUMBER OF SUEJECMS

487

PERCN1=PRENTIIE CEN'TIM•'IS INCHES

E (

FlS

•rnmE=

INCHES

2.95 3.02 3.06 3.12 3.20 3.25 3.30 3.33 3.37

iST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH

1.16 1.19 1.21 1.23 1.26 1.28 1.30 1.31 1.33

3.40

3.22 3.27 3.31 3.36 3.46 3.52 3.57 3.62 3.66

iSr 2ND 3RD 5TH 1CTH 15TH 20FIH 25Th 30TH

35TH

1.27 1.29 1.30 1.32 1.36 1.39 1.41 1.42 1.44

1.34

3.70

357H

1.46

3.43 3.46 3.49 3.52 3.55 3.59 3.62 3.66 3.70 3.75 3.82 3.92 3.98 4.03 4.10

40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75Th 80'IH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

1.35 1.36 1.37 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.43 1.44 1.46 1.48 1.50 1.54 1.57 1.59 1.61

3.73 3.77 3.80 3.84 3.87 3.91 3.95 3.99 4.03 4.08 4.15 4.24 4.31 4.36 4.44

40TH 45Th 5011 55TH 60TH 65TIH 7YIIH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

1.47 1.48 1.50 1.51 1.52 1.54 1.55 1.57 1.59 1.61 -1.63 1.67 1.70 1.72 1.75

149

/ /

EAR

(44)

MU1NM

The length of the right ear from its highest to lowest points on a line parallel to the long axis of the ear is measured with a sliding caliper.

#

.

-.

j.<

15

150

VARIA=

NO.

44--EAR LaICnI

FEMAIES

mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS

THE Si4?WY STATISTICS

SINCHES

CENTIME=

6.14 0.02 0.36 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) SI' DEV SE(SD)

2.42 0.01 0.14 0.01

6.62 0.02 0.40 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.61 0.01 0.16 0.01

5.10 7.10

MIII4IUM MAXIMUMM

2.01 2.80

5.40 7.90

MINIMUM MAXIMJM

2.13 3.11

cODEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMIRYVETA I URI~dISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBTEcIs

5.8% -0.07 2.92

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I JKRI~dIS--VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUEj`ECTS

PERCENTILES CENTIMEI= INCHES

S5.90

iNCa-S

5.25 5.37 5.45 5.54 5.68 5.77 5.84

CEFIMET

6.1% 0.24 3.03 487

PErENILES IN=IES

5.95 6.00 6.05 6.09 6.14 6.18 6.23 6.27 6.32 6.38 6.44 6.51 6.59 6.72 6.80

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10am 15Th 20TH 25Th 30IH 35TH 40THd 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70111 75TH 80TH 85TH 911 95Th 97TH

2.07 2.12 2.14 2.18 2.24 2.27 2.30 2.32 2.34 2.36 2.3•3 2.40 2.42 2.43 2.45 2.47 2.49 2.51 2.53 2.56 2.60 2.65 2.68

5.80 5.86 5.91 5.98 6.11 6.20 6.28 6.34 6.40 6.45 6.51 6.56 6.61 6.66 6.71 6.76 6.81 6.87 6.94 7.02 7.13 7.30 7.42

IST 2ND 3PD 5TH 10am 15TH 20TH 25TH 301H 35TH 40IH 45TH 50'IM 55TH 60Th 65TH 701H 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH

2.28 2.31 2.33 2.36 2.41 2.44 2.47 2.50 2.52 2.54 2.56 2.58 2.60 2.62 2.64 2.66 2.68 2.71 2.73 2.76 2.81 2.87 2.92

6.86 6.95

98TH 99TH

2.70 2.73

7.52 7.68

98TH 99Th

2 96 3.03

151

zn. *~ ,~.

~

n.tn.

li

~

t 4I

~ ~

~

4.. n..

(45)

EA~R L W nli A IXYVE 'fl ?iG C•

the right ear The distance fran the right tragion landmairk to the tcp of

on a line parallel

to

the long axis of the ear is measured with a sliding

caliper.

I,

'a

I €
5

VAUBL

NO.

45--EAR IE

ESUM RY STATISTICS cnrIMErERS IN= S

THE SUMARY STATISTICS c2rnzETEPS INCM-

2.95 0.01 0.23 0.01

ME2N SF (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

1.16 0.00 0.09 0.00

3.23 0.01 0.23 0.01

MFAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

1.27 0.00 0.09 0.00

2.40 3.80

MIIM-HM MAX1iU.M

0.94 1.50

2.50 4.00

MINIMA -MAl4

0.98 1.57

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY---VETA I KIJRICSIS---VETA II NUM/MEL

[niABOVE TRA(aZ

OF SUIBECTS

7.8% 0.29 3.50

C(EFF. OF VARIATICtl SY!.2ILTRY--VETA I 1qJRI-[tISVETA II

334

NUMBF] OF SUDJEC71S

Pfl4L-rsI1J0 CnME=r•~'ER lB LNCIIES

2UfrR T•r C11IE.

7.2% 0.14 3.20 487

.fSai. IN(ML•S

2.42

lsr

0.95

2.49

2.71

21D

1ST

0.98

1.07

2.53 2.58 2.67 2.72 2.76

2.76

0.99 1.02 1.05 1.07 1.09 1.1I0 S2.80 1.12 1.13 1.14

1.09

2.83 2.86 2.89

3PD 57H1 107I1 15`111 20911 25TH 30111 35711 40(11

2ND

2.92 2.95

2.80 2.85 2.93 2.98 3.03 3.07 3.10 3.13 3.16

45111 5011!

3 RD 511! ICYI¶1 15111 (rill 25%:;1 5C/m,1 35°TH1 40111

1.15 1.16

1.10 1.12 1.15 1.18 1.19 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.25

3.19 3.22

45T11 5(01i

1.26 1.27

?,97 3.00 3.03 3.06 3.10 3.14 3.18 3.24 3.34 3.40 3.45 3.54

55131 60111 65111 7(l1 75111 8s0 [1 85711! 501i 95Th 97111 9T311! 99Tlif

1.17 1.18 1.19 1.21 1.22 1 . 24 1.25 1.28

3.25 3.28 3.31 3.34 3.38 3. 41

1.31 1.34 1. 36 1.39

153

55'T1h 60111 65111 79111 5 111 775-1

1.28 1.29 1.30 1.32 1.3 , 1.33

3.46 3.52

85'I.1! 9(r"I{

1.36 1.39

3.61 3.60 3.73 3.82

951n 9 7111 984111 9911!

1.42 1.45 1.47 1.51

(46)

EAR PRM3ICN(2

The horizontal distance between the irastoid procss (the bony area behindi the bottomn of the ear) andi the outside of the right ear at itG mo~st lateral po~int is imeasured using- a sliding caliper with its slide reversed.

Ir

eýA

154

VARIAh[E ND.

46-EAR rFDY

SI=CN

FFMALES

hE SUMMARY STATISTICS 2.22 0.02 0.32 0.01

'I•E SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMET=RS INCHES SINCHES

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.87 0.01 0.13 0.00

2.49 0.01 0.33 0.01

1.50 MNUM

0.59

3.50

1.70 M~~KM

0.67

1.38

3.60

1.42

MAXIMM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETM I KURIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECT'S

14.4% 0.59 3.89 334

PFR=IS CENTMEIRS M=INCHES 1.56 1.63 1.68 1.74 1.84 1.91 1.96 2.00 2.05 2.08 2.12 2.16 2.20 2.23 2.27 2.31 2.36 2.41 2.47 2.54 2.64 2.80 2.92 3.01 3.16

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107H 15Th 20H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TDH 457TI 50TH 55T1 6(1=1 65TH 70TH 75T11 80q`I 85TH 90Th 95TH 971H 98TH 991TI

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD) MAXDMI

0.98 0.01 0.13 0.00

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYCMETRY--VETA I 1MIISVETA II

13.3% 0.26 2.90

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCE24TIIES CaqrIMETEPS INCHES 0.61 0.64 0.66 0.69 0.72 0.75 0.77 0.79 0.81 0.82 0.84 0.85 0.86 0.88 0.89 0.91 0.93 0.95 0.97 1.00 1.04 1.10 1.15 1.18 1.25

1.81 1.87 1.91 1.97 2.07 2.14 2.21 2.26 2.31 2.36 2.4n 2.44 2.48 2.53 2.57 2.61 2.66 2.71 2.77 2.84 2.92 3.06 3.15 3.22 3.33 155

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH li{ 15TH 20TH 25TH 30M1 35T1h 40Th 45Th 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TM 75TH 80Tl1 85TH 901i1 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

0.71 0.74 0.75 0.77 0.81 0.84 0.87 0.89 0.91 0.93 0.94 0.96 0.98 0.99 1.01 1.03 1.05 1.07 1.09 1.12 1.15 1.20 1.24 1.27 1.31

(47)

EI.H

CaII 1IF ?FCE

MThe circumferencze of the right elbowz in a plane perpemiicuilar to the long axis of the arm is imeasured with a tape pass ing arotirx] the elbow at the level of the olecranon-center lancx~iark. The subject stand~s with the arm straight and~ slightly auay fria the side.

~

?'Z7

156

/

VARIABLE NO.

47-ELAq

F-9 IEMXE

FAIES

MATES

ThE SUMMARY STATI=CS

Cmqi`IIERS

ThE SUM4ARY STATISTICS

INCHES

CENI•ME=S

ICE

24.20 0.07 1.30 0.05

MEAN SE(MEANV) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.53 0.03 0.51 0.02

27.62 0.06 1.37 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) Sr BEV SE(SD)

10.87 0.02 0.54 0.02

20.80 29.20

MINIMUM MXIMUM

8.19 11.50

24.00 31.70

MINIf2JM MXIUM

9.45 12.48

COEFF. OF VARIATION

5.4%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

SYMMETIRY-

VETA

I

0.45

SY',"2=RY-

VETA

I

0.22

KURIOSIS-

VETA II

3.73

KURIWIS-

VETA II

2.91

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

h(rBE

OF S

334

PERCE14TIIES CENT)4EIME

5.0%

PERCENT=XE INCHES

CENILTERS

INCE

21.23

IST

8.36

24.62

1ST

9.69

21.64 21.88 22.18 22.61 22.89 23.11 23.31 23.48 23.64 23.80 23.95 24.11 24.27 24.43 24.61

2ND 3RD 5Th 101H 15TH 201H 25TH 30=1 35TH 40UM 45Th 50TH 55TH 601T1 65TH

8.52 8.61 8.73 8.90 9.01 9.10 9.18 9.24 9.31 9.37 9.43 9.49 9.55 9.62 9.69

24.98 25.219 25.48 25.92 26.22 26.46 26.67 26.86 27.04 27.21 27.38 27.56 27.73 27.91 28.10

2ND 3RD 5TH 10T 15TH 20TH 25TH 30IH 357H 401H 45Th 50T1 55TH 601qH 65TH

9.83 9.92 10.03 10.21 10.32 10.42 10.50 10.57 10.65 10.71 10.78 10.85 10.92 10.99 11.06

24.80

70TH

9.76

28.31

70Mi

11.14

25.01 25.25 25.54 25.91 26.48 26.86 27.14 27.57

75Th 8011H 85TH 90111 95TH 97TH 98TH 99'1TV

9.84 9.94 10.05 10.20 10.43 10.58 10.68 10.85

28.53 28.79 29.09 29.47 30.05 30.42 30.69 31.11

75Th 8011I 85111 901Tf 95Th 97Th 98i1 99IH

11.23 11.33 11.45 11.60 11.83 11.98 12.08 12.25

157

(48)

EUX3CW

=

HEIGT

The vertical distance between a sitting surface and the olecranon landmark

on the bottom of the flexed right elbow is measured with an anthropometer. The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper arms are relaxed and the forearns and hands are extended forward horizontally with the palms facing each other. The measurement is taken at the maxLmum point of quiet respiration.

'158

158

VARIAhBIE NO.

48-E-

EWST HEIG-fT

FEMAIES

mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES

CENITMlEr-f

CfTIETS

23.26

0.12 2.25 0.09 14.40 30.00

MEAN

9.16

24.20

MEAN

SE(MEAN) ST DETV SE(SD)

9.53

0.05 0.88 0.03

0.11 2.46 0.08

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.04 0.97 0.03

5.67 11.81

15.60 31.10

MlI=JM MAXIMUM

6.14 12.24

MINIMUM MAXIEMUM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I 14JRIWISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

9.7% -0.13 3.64

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETA I KJRITSISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTIIES CENTIM2ETERS INCHES 17.50 18.32 18.82 19.48 20.43 21.03 21.49 21.87 22.20 22.50 22.78 23.05 23.31 23.57 23.83 24.10 24.38 24.69 25.05 25.47 26.03 26.93 27.57 28.09 28,98

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15TH 20=1 257H 30TH 35TH 40=1 45TH 50011 55Tqh 60TH 65Th 7011 75TH 8071 85Th 901H 95TH 97T7H 98[H 997H{

CETM

6.89 7.21 7.41 7.67 8.04 8.28 8.46 8.61 8.74 8.86 8.97 9.07 9.1d 9.28 9.38 9.49 9.60 9.72 9.86 10.03 10.25 10.60 10.86 11.06 11.41

18.16 18.94 19.44 20.10 21.09 21.74 22.23 22.66 23.02 23.36 23.67 23.97 24.27 24.56 24.85 25.15 25.46 25.81 26.19 26.65 27.25 28.20 28.87 29.40 30.31 159

FTRCENTILES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20C25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH1 55TH 60TH 65TH 707H 75TH 8011 85Th 9011H 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

10.2% -0.15 3.43 487

INC-HES 7.15 7.46 7.65 7.91 8.30 8.56 8.75 8.92 9.06 9.20 9.32 9.44 9.55 9.67 9.78 9.90 10.02 10.16 10.31 10.49 10.73 11.10 11.37 11.57 iI.S3

(49)

EYE HEIGM3.,

STr

Me vertical distance between a sitting surface and the ectocanthus landmark on the cuter corner of the right eye is measured with an anthrcpameter. The subject sits erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The shcIlders and upper arsm are relaxed and the forearms and bands are extended forward horizontally with the palms facing each other. The thighs are parallel and the knees are flexed 90 degrees with the feet in line with the thighs. The measurement is taken at the maximiwn point of quiet respiration.

A,-,-..

160

VARIALE NO.

49-EYE HZIQJr, SrTTIlZ

FE2AIZS

)MIES

THE SUMMRY STATITICS F•ITE CENIMETERS INCHES 76.85 0.15 2.70

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV

0.10

SURY STATISTICS INCHES

30.26 0.06 1.06

80.99 0.15 3.27

SE(SD)

0.04

0.10

SE(SD)

0.04

69.10

MININTJM

27.20

70.70

MINI!.4JM

27.83

85.40

MAXIMUM

33.62

90.30

lMAtMJM[

35.55

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM!=ETRY-'VETA I IVJR1SISVETA II

3.5% -0.04 3.00

NUMER OF SUBJECTS

334

MEAN SE(I4_AN) ST IEV

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYtM Y- VETA I lURIOSlSVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

31. ? G.tA 1.29

4.0% -0.22 3.23 487

PERCENTIIESPECNIS CENTfMEIER 70.56 71.20 71.64 72.28 73.30 74.01 74.57 75.05 75.48 75.87 76.23 76.58 76.93 77.27 77.60 77.95 78.31 78.69 79.12 79.61 80.23 81.18 81.82 82.32 83.16

1ST

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 307H 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 801-H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

INCES

CENTIMETR

27.78 28.03 28.21 28.46 28.86 29.14 29.36 29.55 29.72 29.87 30.01 30.15 30.29 30.42 30.55 30.69 30.83 30.98 31.15 31.34 31.59 31.96 32.21 32.41 32.74

72.10 73.57 74.41 75.46 76.89 77.76 78.42 78.97 79.44 79.88 80.29 80.68 81.07 81.46 81.85 82.26 82.69 83.16 83.69 84.31 85.08 86.22 86.94 87.44 88.19

INCHES 1ST

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40YH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

28.38 28.97 29.30 29.71 30.27 30.62 30.87 31.09 31.28 31.45 31.61 31.76 31.92 32.07 32.23 32.39 32.56 32.74 32.95 33.19 33.50 33.95 34.23 34.43 34.72

161

L.

(50)

FMOT O•

, HMIZWIAL

RMD

The maximum breadth of the right foot is measured on a footbox scale. The subject stands with each foot in a footbox and the weight distributed equally on both feet. The heel of the right foot lJ1 .ghtly touches the back of the box, and tho side of the foot at the fifth mmtatarsophaiangeal protrusion i'.rzmark lightly touches the side of the box. The medial side of the foot is parallel to the long axis of the box. A block is placed against the landmark at the first metatarsophalangeal protrusion to establish the measurement on the scale.

7

162

\!

-

II

162

VARIABLE NO.

50-FOOT BRDn1, IMIZCU!AL MALES

FEAE

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS nI2.CHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CETR INCHES

9.04 0.02 0.45 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

3.55 0.01 0.18 0.01

10.01 0.02 0.48 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

3.94 0.01 0.19 0.01

7.60 10.40

MINIMM MAXIDtJM

2.99 4.09

8.50 11.40

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

3.35 4.49

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMTRYVETA I 1URmOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJE

4.9% 0.19 3.01

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMMETRYVETA I 1qJRICSISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCETIES CENI'l]KETE/S INC-HES 8.06 8.18 8.25 8.34 8.49 8.59 8.67 8.74 8.80 8.86 8.92 8.97 9.02 9.08 9.14 9.20 9.26 9.33 9.41 9.50 9.62 9.81 9.93 10.02 10.17

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99Th

4.8% 0.08 2.71 487

PERCENTILES CENTIMETERS INCHES

3.17 3.22 3.25 3.29 3.34 3.38 3.41 3.44 3.47 3.49 3.51 3.53 3.55 3.57 3.60 3.62 3.65 3.67 3.70 3.74 3.79 3.86 3.91 3.95 4.00

9.03 9.11 9.17 9.25 9.39 9.50 9.58 9.66 9.73 9.80 9.87 9.93 10.00 10.06 10.13 10.19 10.27 10.34 10.43 10.53 10.65 10.81 10.91 10.97 11.07 163

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80Th 85TH 90TH 95TH 977H 98TH 99TH

3.56 3.59 3.61 3.64 3.70 3.74 3.77 3.80 3.83 3.86 3.88 3.91 3.94 3.96 3.99 1.01 4.04 4.07 4.11 4.14 4.19 4.26 4.29 4.32 4.36

/

(51)

iF=o IaNM

The maxirmum length of the right foot is me~asured on a footbox scale. The subject stands with each foot in a footbox ard the weight distributed equially on both feet. The heel of the right foot 1lightly touches the back of the box, and the side of the foot at the fifth-imtatarscphalangealprotrusion landmark lightly touches the side of the box. TIhe medial side of the foot is parallel, to the long axis of thte box. A block is placed against the tip of the longest toe to establish the measurement on the scale.

7'77""

7

164

/A 7

51--XT tEM

VARIALE NO.

FAE=

M=A

rff E SUMMARY STATISTIC

S

IN=E

CENTIMETERS 24.7r, 0.(,5 0.94 0.04

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.76 0.02 0.37 0.01

22.60 27.40

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

8.90 10.79

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SMErRYVEIM I SRRTsIS-VETA I NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

26.85 0.05 1.18 0.04

3.8% 0.27 2.75

iST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20 Th 25`TH 30TH 35TH 401TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60'Th 65TH 70T1 75TH 80'THd 85TH 901H1 95-11H 97TH 98TH 99Th

W

MEAN SEW(MEAN) ST mV SE(SD)

10.57 0.02 0.46 0.01

23.50 MINIMUM 31.10 MAXIMUM

9.25 12.24

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYlMF-RVETA I IJR1SIS-VFI II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

4.4% 0.16 3.09 487

PERCIES CETMTR INCHES

PECENTILES CETMTR IN•.-S 22.80 23.02 23.15 23.33 23.60 23.80 23.95 24.10 24.23 24.35 24.47 24.59 24.72 24.84 24.97 25.10 25.25 25.41 25.59 25.80 26.06 26.44 26.67 26.83 27.05

TIsrCS

CENFTIMEERS

8.98 9.06 9.11 9.18 9.29 9.37 9.43 9.49 9.54 9.59 9.64 9.68 9.73 9.78 9.83 9.88 9.94 10.00 10.07 10.16 10.26 10.41 10.50 10.56 10.65

24.15 24.47 24.67 24.94 25.35 25.63 25.85 26.04 26.22 26.37 26.53 26.67 26.82 26.97 27.12 27.27 27.44 27.62 27.82 28.06 28.37 28.84 29.15 29.39 29.77

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25Th 30Th 35TH 40TH1 45Th 50'UM 55TH 60TH 65T'h 70TH1 75TH 80Cm"1 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99111

9.51 9.63 9.71 9.82 9.98 10.09 10.18 10.25 10.32 10.38 10.44 10.50 10.56 10.62 10.68 10.74 10.80 10.87 10.95 11.05 11.17 11.35 11.48 11.57 11.72

165

I I

°.

. "1

,

(52)

FRti

M Cnr

FEa,

FIcM

The circumference of the flexed right forearm is measured with a tape passing across the crease at the juncture betwean the upper arm and the forearm. The measurement is rade in a plane perpendicular to the long axis of the forearm. The subject stands with the upper arm extended forward horizcntally, the elbow flexed 90 degrees, and the fist tightly clenched and held facing the head.

%4L, VA

F6

14

VARIABtE MO.

52-FtEW.R4 CInM*FMIc,

FIDXED

FEMAIES

THE SUMý\RY STATISTICS

THE ST?4WARY STATISTICS CirMETES DN4=E

SINCiES 25.46

MEAN

10.02

30.00

MEAN

U..08

11.81

SE(MEAI)

0.03

0.08

SE((MAI)

0.03

1.50

ST DEV

0.59

1.67

ST DEV

0. 06

0.66

SE (SD)

0.02

0.05

SE(SD)

0.02

21.60 32.50

MINIUM M•AX1/UM

8.46 12.80

25.10 36.00

MMrINUM DWUfIUM

9.88 14.17

COEFF. OF VAPJTION "P -T•MY--VE-A I

5.9% 0.42

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY1'4EMZ-VEIrA I

5.6% 0.20

YKURTLIS---VVETA II

4.14

1JFSIS---VVETA II

3.14

INU?4BMR OF SUBTFC1=

334

NU"BF2

OF SUBJC

PERCE2MrILS

PEi.

487

flT-0 m

22.03

1ST

8.67

26.07

2ND

8.85

26.63

1ST 2ND

10.26

22.47

22.74 23.10 23.62 23.96 24.23 24.46 24.67 24.86 25.04 25.22 25.40 25.57 25.76 25.95 26.15 26.38 295.63 26.94 27.34 270[.97

3RD 5Mf{ 10T,{ 15111 20711 25Th 30MI] 35Th.P 4(0111 4571f1 50111 55'-.1 601M1 6-5111 7011! 75T71 8('Ifm 85Th1 90TH 91I

8.95 9.09 9.30 9.43 9.54 9.63 9.71 9.79 9.86 9.93 10.00 10.07 10.14 10.22 10.:30 10.33 .49 10 61 10. 76 1.01

26.S5 27.36 27.95 .8.33 28.62 28.98 29.11 29.32 29.52 29.7,2 29.93 30.13 30.34 30.56 30.80 31.06 31.36 31.72 32.17 32.86

3RD 5h11 10101 15TH 20"11 25'111 30111 35Mh 4(0111 45'111 50'1111 5511 6(1111 65'1 /Mil. 757 1 80111 85'1i1 90111 95Th

10.61 10.77 11.00 11.15 11.27 11.37 11.46 11.S4 11.62 11.70 11.78 11.86 11.95 12.03 12.13 12.23 12.35 12.49 12.67 12.94

28.40 23.74 29.23

97M 93,11 97Th{

11. 18 11.31 11.53

33.31 3P.63 74.13

97T11 9;7111 99111

13.11 13.24 13.44

167

10.48

(53)

FaMUD

The maximum horizontal distance across the upper body between the outer sides of the forearms is measured with a beam calipez. The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper arns are relaxed and the foreanrs ard hands !-re extended for.ard horizontally with the palms facing each other. The reasurement is take-n at the maximum p-int of quiet respiration.

-

'I

K.

¢

!

1

VARIAMLE NO.

53-RX

l

-F1

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEN`I`IMET=• INCHES 48.03

0.20 3.59 0.14 37.30 60.70

EAN

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIME-TT£'IN(•IL-7

18.91

55.49

MEA4

21.85

0.08 1.42 0.05

0.18 3.91 0.13

•E(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.07 1.54 0.05

-MIN4UM 14.69 MAXIMUM 23.90

44.60 71.10

MINIMUM 11XIMUM

17.56 27.99

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRY--VETA I KJRIOISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJ-ECT

7.5% 0.22 3.58

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEFRY--VETA I KURICSISVETA II

334

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 101H 15TH 20MfH 25Th 30MH 351]{ 4013 45TH 50Tf 55Th 60qH 6571h 70Yn1 75131 80T'H 85TI1 9011H 95111 97T}98711 99T"

7.0% 0.29 3.52

NUMBER OF S`UBJECTS

PERCENTIfES CEITIT-EIE INC=S 38.92 40.51 41.38 42.42 43.78 44.60 45.20 45.72 46.18 46.60 47.01 47.41 47.P2 48.24 48.67 49.14 49.64 50.21 50.87 51.66 52.70 54.28 55.32 56.07 57.21

4 E•fAlI

487

PERCENTILES CEITIME= IN

15.32 15.95 16.29 16.70 17.24 17.56 17.80 18.00 18.18 18.35 18.51 18.67 18.83 18.99 19.16 19.35 19.54 19.77 20.03 20.34 20 ;5 21.37 21.78 22.08 22.52

47.22 47.81 48.31 49.10 50.47 51.45 52.24 52.91 53.50 54.04 54.55 55.03 55.49 55.95 56.41 56.88 57.37 57.91 58.52 59.25 60.26 61.99 63.35 64.50 66.65 169

IST 2ND 3RD 57H 10`11 15TH 20YTH 25711 30TH 35111 40TH 45TH 50Mh 55T13 6(0T 65TH 70q13 75Th 80ni 85711 9011 95Th 97Thf 98131 9901

18.59 18.82 19.02 19.33 19.87 20.26 20.57 20.83 21.06 21.28 21.48 21.66 21.85 22.03 22.21 22.39 22.59 22.80 23.04 23.33 23.72 24.41 24.94 25.39 26.24

The horizontal distance between the back of the tip of the right elbow to the tip of the right middle finger is mreasur•d with a beam calier. The subject stands erect with the upper arms hanging at the sides and the right elbow flexed 90 degrees. The hand is held out straight with the palm facing inward.

S/

17

1

17

L7

VARIAMlE lq0.

54-FQMR-IWD IrGl,1

FEMAUS

'fHE SUltRY S CNIE

AL

ISTICS INCHES

THE SUMOM STATISTICS CENTIMErERS INCHES

44.91

MEAN

17.68

0.08 1.41

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

48.40

0.03 0.56

MEAN

19.05

0.05

SE(SD)

0.09 2.01

0.02

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

0.04 0.79

0.06

SE(SD)

0.03

41.90 51.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

16.50 20.16

42.50 54.50

MINIMUM, MAXIMUM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMMERY-VErA I K-TaSISVEIM II

3.1% 0.78 3.79

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

CEEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRYVETA I KJRaWISVErTA II NUMBER OF SUB-TECTS

PERCEm hZS STIMETF

42.34 42.68 42.86 43.07 43.36 43.56 43.73 43.89 44.05 44.20 44.35 44.52 44 ýl 44.8, 45.05 45.26 45.49 45.75 46.05 46.40 46.87 47.53 47.94 48.21 48.56

4.2% 0.12 2.78 487

PERCENTILES CEThJM INCHES

INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111 15TH 2011 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TiH 75TH 801H 85TH 901H 951H 97TH 98TH 99TH

16.73 21.46

16.67 16.80 16.87 16.96 17.07 17.15 17.22 17.28 17.34 17.40 17.46 17.53 17.59 17.66 17.74 17.82 17.91 18.01 18.13 18.27 18.45 18.71 18.87 18.98 19.12

44.19 44.53 44.78 45.16 45.80 46.26 46.64 46.97 47.28 47.56 47.83 48.10 48.36 48.62 48.b? 49.16 49.45 49.76 50.11 50.51 51.02 51.77 52.25 52.62 53.20

171

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2011H 25Th 30FTH 35TH 40fH 45TH 50CIIH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70M1 75TH 8(f1H 65Th 90YH 95TH 97TH 98TI 99qI1H

17.40 17.53 17.63 17.78 18.03 18.21 18.36 18.49 18.61 18.72 18.83 18.94 19.04 19.14 19.25 19.35 19.47 19.59 19.73 19.89 20.09 20.38 20.57 20.72 20.94

*

(55)

FUNCrICNAL 1DG MUMXI

The straight-line distance between the plane of the bottom of the right foot with the leg extended and the back of the body of a seated subject is mieasured with an anthropomater passing over the trochanter lanzbrark on the side of the hip. The subject sits erect on a stool 40.8 cm high. The right leg is extened and the foot is on the base plate of the anthropometer, which rests on the floor. The measurement is made from the footrest surface of the base plate.

i1

V•

•,i

KK

?,,f

'.7_ i:I-.

_

__

_

_

VARIABlE NO).

55--NJNCflCNL IMx LU9GI

FEMATM

MAMi

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS S INCHES

THE SU4ZRY STATISTICS CENT!MEIERS INCHES

103.80 0.18 3.27 0.13

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

40.87 0.07 1.29 0.05

108.73 0.21 4.71 0.15

MEAN SE(MAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

42.81 0.08 1.85 0.06

96.00 115.20

MINIMUM MAXIMLM

37.80 45.35

98.10 122.50

MINI)MU MAXIMU.M

38.62 48.23

OJEFF. OF VAWIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I KURrOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

3.2% 0.48 3.14

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMErRYVETA I IKJ=ICSISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJE

PERCETIIES CENIMETERS INCHES 96.84 97.82 98.36 99.01 99.93 100.52 101.00 101.44 101.84 102.23 102.61 103.00 103.40 103.82 104,26 104.73 105.25 105.82 106.48 107.25 108.24 109.66 110.50 111.06 111.79

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Mn 1OlH 15TH 20TH 25MI 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 709M 75TH 80NH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 981H 991H

9.7% 0.00 3.00 486

PERCENTILES CENTIMTERS INCHES

38.12 38.51 38.72 38.98 39.34 39.58 39.77 39.94 40.09 40.25 40.40 40.55 40.71 40.87 41.05 41.23 41.44 41.66 41.92 42.22 42.61 43.17 43.50 43.72 44.01

98.97 99.77 100.35 101.19 102.62 103.67 104.54 105.32 106.03 106.70 107.35 107.98 108.61 109.25 109.90 110.57 111.27 112.04 112.89 113.86 115.06 116.77 117.82 118.55 119.62 173

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 501H 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 751H 80ME 85TH 907H 95TH 977H 98TH 99TH

38.96 39.28 39.51 39.84 40.40 40.82 41.16 41.46 41.75 42.01 42.26 42.51 42.76 43.01 43.27 43.53 43.81 44.11 44.44 44.83 45.30 45.97 46.39 46.67 47.10

(56)

GEMEAL FUP1

HE=

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the lowest point of the gluteal furrow(s) under the right buttock is measured with an anthropometer. The subject stands erect with the heels together and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

II

f

I/ ZA

174

VARIAMLE NO.

56--GtIlIrEL FURRFa HEIGHT

FEW•LES

MAtES

THE SUItUIRY S=TATISTCS C2-lIMEI,:S INCHES

THE SUM•.RY STATISnTCS E?-TIME1RS INCHES

76.35 0.16 2.85 0. 11

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

30.06 0.06 1.12 0.04

81.37 0.19 4.12 0.13

MFIAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

32.03 0.07 1.62 0.05

69.90 87.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

27.52 34.45

71.50 92.30

MINIMUM IAXIMUM

28.15 36.34

COEFF. OF "VARIATION

3.7%

OJEFF. OF VARIATION

5.1-%

SYMMETRY-

VETA

I

0.68

SYNMETRY-

VETA

I

0.23

KlRISIS-

VETA II

3.52

T-aJRKWIS-

VETA II

2.70

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERC•~rIIES CENTIMUTERS INCHES 71.22 71.69 71.99 72.40 73.07 73.55 73.95 74.32 74.66 75.00 75.32 75.66 76.00 76.35 76.72 77.12 77.56 78.05 78.62 79.32 80.24 81.69 82.67 83.42 84.63

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 157H 2071H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70FIH 75TH 8011 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCENTIIES CERTIMETERS INCHES

28.04 28.23 28.34 28.50 28.77 28.96 29.11 29.26 29.39 29.53 29.66 29.79 29.92 30.06 30.21 30.36 30.54 30.73 30.95 31.23 31.59 32.16 32.55 32.84 33.32

73.15 73.72 74.17 74.85 76.06 76.96 77.71 78.37 78.98 79.56 80.11 80.65 81.19 81.73 82.28 82.85 83.46 84.12 84.86 85.72 86.82 88.46 89.56 90.38 91.70 175

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70I1H 75TH 801H 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

28.80 29.02 29.20 29.47 29.94 30.30 30.59 30.86 31.10 31.32 31.54 31.75 31.96 32.18 32.39 32.62 32.86 33.12 33.41 33.75 34.18 34.83 35.26 35.58 36.10

The breadth of the right hand between the landmarks at metacarpale II and metacarpale V is neasured with a sli.ding caliper. The subject places the palm on a table, the fingers together and the thurb abducted. The middle finger is parallel to the long axis of the forearm. The two distal phalarges of the fingers lie on a flat surface 8 rm higher than the table.

5')•

//

17 176

VVIMEN.

57--HANDE0&

FEAE

MAIES

THE SUMMRY STATISTICS ENTIMETERS INCHES 8.04 0.02 0.35 0.01

THE SUMMARY STATISICS QEThEITS INCHES

MEAN SE (ME ST DEV SE(SD)

3.16 o) 0.01 0.14 0.01

9.02 0.02 0.39 0.01

7.20 MINIMUM 9.60 MAXIMNEM

2.83 3.78

8.00 10.20

MEAN SiE(ME N) ST DEV SE(SD)

3.55 0.01 0.15 0.00

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

3.15 4.02

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I IJRITSISVETA II

4.4% 0.45 3.64

CDEFF. OF VARIATI(CA SYMMEIRY--VETA I KJRITSISVETA II

4.3% 0.09 2.94

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PER CENTIIES CEWMTR D=S 7.36 7.39 7.42 7.47 7.58 7.66 7.73 7.79 7.84 7.89 7.94 7.98 8.03 8.07 8.12 8.16 8.21 8.26 8.32 8.39

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH ilam 15Th 20Th 25Th 30TH 35Uh 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80mH 85-1H

8.48

2.90 2.91 2.92 2.94 2.98 3.02 3.04 3.07 3.09 3.11 3.13 3.14 3.16 3.18 3.20 3.21 3.23 3.25 3.28 3.30

90T1H

8.62 8.73 8.81 8.96

PERCENT= CEINIMETERS 8.17 8.23 8.28 8.36 8.50 8.60 8.68 8.75 8.81 8.87 8.92 8.98 9.03 9.07 9.12 9.17 9.23 9.28 9.35 9.42

3.34

95TH 97TH 98TH 997H

3.39 3.44 3.47 3.53

INCHES

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH

9,52

3.22 3.24 3.26 3.29 3.35 3.39 3.42 3.45 3.47 3.49 3.51 3.53 3.55 ?.57 3.59 3.61 3.63 3.66 3.68 3.71

90MH

3.75

-67 9.79 9.88 10.05

95TH 97Th 98TH 9 5Tq-h

3.81 3.85 3.89 3.96

177



A

..

,

*

.

,

/

.

7 '

/<

/

(58)

BAND

Inxu~mucE

°The circumference of the right hand is measured with a tape passing over the landmarks at metacarpale II and metacarpale V. The subject places the palm on a table, the fingers together, ard the thunb abducted. The middle finger is parallel to the long axis of the forearm. The two distal phalanges of the fingers lie on a flat surface 8 irn higher than the table.

,r).

178

/i

178

*

.

is

+'/

f

l'/

*1

/

/

VARIABIR W.

58-19M

ýVRNZ

T-E [email protected] sxrsrIcs

'THE SUMMARY SrMSTICS INCHES

CENrTIMETERSCNIE 18.82 0.04 0.78 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.41 0.02 0.31 0.01

21.42 0.04 0.89 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.43 0.02 0.35 0.01

17.20 21.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

6.77 8.62

19.20 24.10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

7.56 9.49

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMKETRY-VE:A 1 1VuJIS-VETA 11 NU•MB

OF SUBJECTS

4.1% 0.43 3.40

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMZ% RY-VETA 1 KJRSIS-VETA 11

334

NUMBW=

PERCEW1IUS CETIM-S InOis

OF SL-BJECTS

4.1%9 0.15 3.07 487

RCNIE CENTIM

INCH:ES

17.28 17.39 17.47 17.60 17.84 18.01

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 0lam 151H

6.80 6.85 6.83 6.93 7.02 7.09

19.40 19.61 19.75 19.95 20.28 20.50

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111 15TIh

7.64 7.72 7.78 7.86 7.98 8.07

18.15

201H

7.14

20.67

20Th

8.14

18.27 18.39 18.49 18.59 18.69 18.79 18.89 18.99 19.09 19.20 19.32 19.46 19.61 19.82 20.13 20.34 20.51 20.78

25-H 30H 357H 40Th 45TH 50TIH 55Th 601H 65T'h 70TH 75Th 80TiH 85Th 901 95TH 97TH 98IT 99'111

7.19 7.24 7.28 7.32 7.36 7.40 7.44 7.48 7.52 7.56 7.61 7.66 7.72 7.80 7.92 8.01 8.07 8.18

20.82 20.96 21.08 21.19 21.30 21.41 21.52 21.63 21.74 21.86 21.99 22.13 22.31 22.54 22.91 23.18 23.40 23.78

25TH 30=H 35TH 40T1H 451-H 5011 55TH 6 a11 65TH 7(71H 75TH 80111 85TH 9M1 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

8.20 8.25 8.30 8.34 8.39 8.43 8.47 8.51 8.56 8.61 8.66 8.71 8.78 8.87 9.02 9.13 9.21 9.36

179

(59)

HPND u1MiG

The length of the right ha bet-een the stylion lard-ark on the wri st and the tip of the middle flv-'r is rmasured with a Fgxch sliding caliper. The subject places the p]iz, on a table, the finge-s together, and the thumb abducted. The mid-lle finger is p3ra.lel to th-e long axis of the forearm. The two distal jch.langes of the fhigers lie on a flat surface 8 mm higher than the table.

g'K'

I

IX

18

I I-. '

K'

VARIABLE M).

5--HA-iD IE=

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCIES

ThE SUn4RY STATISTICS IETEmmnS, INCHES

18.25 0.04 0.71 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.18 0.02 0.28 0.01

19.45 0.04 0.85 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.66 0.02 0.33 0.01

16.30 21.50

MINIMUM MAXMlUM

6.42 8.46

16.80 21.80

MINIMUM MAXUIMM

6.61 8.58

O0EFF. OF VARIATION SYMKETRYVETA I 19JRIOIS-VETA II

3.9% 0.55 4.01

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRYVETA I FLRI=SIS-VETA II

4.4% 0.03 2.84

NUMBER OF SUBTECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PEZNTIIES CErIf4MTEI= INCHES 16.74 16.92 17.03 17. 17 17.38 17.53 17.65 17.75 17.84 17.93 18.02 18.10 18.19 18.28 18.37 18.46 18.57 18.68 18.82 18.97 19.18 19.49 19.71 19.86 20.11

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 4011H 451H 50TM 551H 601H 65TH 70TH 75TH 891m1 85TH 907H 95TH 97TH 98TH 991H

PERCENTILES CE14ETMER INCHES

6.59 6.66 6.70 6.76 6.84 6.90 6.95 6.99 7.03 7.06 7.09 7.13 7.16 7.20 7.23 7.27 7.31 7.36 7.41 7.47 7.55 7.67 7.76 7.82 7.92

17.61 17.80 17.93 18.10 18.37 18.56 18.72 18.86 18.98 19.10 19.21 19.32 19.43 19.54 19.66 19.77 19.90 20.04 20.19 20.36 20.58 20.89 21.08 21.21 21.40 181

Li

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH, 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50Th 55TH 6VIH 65TH 70111 75TH 80TH 85TH 9011 95Th 97I1H 987H 9911

6.93 7.01 7.06 7.13 7.23 7.31 7.37 7.42 7.47 7.52 7.56 7.61 7.65 7.69 7.74 7.79 7.83 7.89 7.95 8.02 8.10 8.22 8.30 8.35 8.42

(60)

HEMADUE

IH

The mxnxat horizontal breadth of the head above the attachmnt of the ears is measure with a spreading caliper.

K

J

Ii 132

182

9

{:.

'

~ ~

~n

w/

VARIABIE No.

60---HED BREAMW

FEIES

THE SUMMARY ST

CETMETR

HAIES

STTCS

71[E SUMMARY Sm~

INCCES

CS

INCHES

14.51 0.03 0.48 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

5.71 0.01 0.19 0.01

15.33 0.02 0.53 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.04 0.01 0.21 0.01

12.90 16.70

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

5.08 6.57

14.00 17.10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

5.51 6.73

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMEIRYVEIL I IK]RIOSISVETA II

3.3% 0.28 4.48

NUMBER OF SUB3ECIS

334

COYEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRY-- -TA I KURIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTIRLES Cu1fl4ETERS INCHES 13.32 13.53 13.65 13.78 13.96 14.07 14.15 14.21 14.27 14.33 14.38 14.44 14.49 14.54 14.60 14.66 14.73 14.80 14.88 14.93 15.11 15.30 15.42 15.51 15.63

1ST 2ND 3RD 51H 101H 15TH 20Th 25TH 30111 35TH 40TM 45Th 50111 557H 6011 65TH 70TH 75TH 80'111 85TH 90111 95Th 9771H 98TH 99TH

CENITMETERS

5.25 5.33 5.37 5.43 5.50 5.54 5.57 5.60 5.62 5.64 5.66 5.68 5.70 5.73 5.75 5.77 5.80 5.83 5.86 5.90 5.95 6.03 6.07 6.11 6.15

14.19 14.33 14.41 14.52 14.69 14.80 14.89 14.97 15.04 15.11 15.17 15.23 15.30 15.36 15.43 15.50 15.58 15.66 15.76 15.87 16.03 16.27 16.43 16.55 .16.74 183

3.5% 0.35 3.15 487

INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20rI25TH 301H 35TH 40IH 45Th 501H 55TH 60TM 65Th 701H 75TH 80T11 85Th 9011H 95TH 97Th 9bilh 99Th1

5.59 5.64 5.67 5.72 5.78 5.83 5.86 5.89 5.92 5.95 5.97 6.00 6.02 6.05 6.07 6.10 6.13 6.17 6.20 6.25 6.31 6.40 6.47 6.51 6.59

(61)

IM•D MMn

R•EhE

The maxim=m citrumference of the head above the attadcrient of the ears to the head is masured with a tape passirn just above the ridges of the eyebrows and arcurd the back of the head.

S/

I

V...134

41"

y/

VAREA=E W.

61--FIEAD a=

CF=-

FEMALES

MALES

ME SUMMARY STAtiSTI=CS CTI'fl4E' INCHES

ME SUMMARY STATISTCS CE IMETEPS INCHES

54.79 0.07 1.33 0.05

MEAN SE(NEWN) ST DEV SE(SD)

21.57 0.03 0.52 0.02

57.06 0.06 1.36 0.04

M1EAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

22.47 0.02 0.53 0.02

50.50 58.70

MIMfl•JM MAXIMM

19.88 23.11

53.60 60.60

MINDEIJM MAXDIM.•

21.10 23.86

CQEFF. OF VARIATION SYKME'MYVETA I IJRICSISVErA II

2.4% -0.22 3.37

ODEFF. OF VARIATION S-m=VET I KJRICSISVETA II

2.4% -0.01 2.61

334

,IMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCEN'IIES CEIIMETERS INCHES

FRNFU CEIThMEIT

INCHES

NUMBER OF SUBJCTS

51.15 51.75 52.09 52.51 53.09 53.45 53.72 53.95 54.15 54.33 54.50 54.67 54.83 54.99 55.15 55.32 55.50 55.69 55.90 56.14 56.43 56.84 57.08 57.24 57.45

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10MH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35-11 40TH 45Th 50TfH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70T1H 75TH 80'II1 85Th 9011957H 971H 98TH 9971H

20.14 20.37 20.51 20.67 20.90 21.04 21.15 21.24 21.32 21.39 21.46 21.52 21.59 21.65 21.71 21.78 21.85 21.92 22.01 22.10 22.22 22.38 22.47 22.54 22.62

54.10 54.35 54.54 54.81 55.28 53.61 55.88 56.12 56.34 56.53 56.72 56.90 57.03 57.26 57.44 57.62 57.81 58.01 58.24 58.50 58.82 59.30 59.62 59.85 60.24

185

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20IH 25TH 30TH 35"TH 4001 45TH 50TH 55TH 6011 65-TH 70Tl`h 75Th 80TH 85MM 90TH 95TH 97ITh 98TH 99TH

21.30 21.40 21.47 21.58 21.76 21.89 22.00 22.10 22.18 22.26 22.33 22.40 22.47 22.54 22.61 22.68 22.76 22.84 22.93 23.03 23.16 23,35 23.47 23.56 23.72

(62)

MED M

=I

Ihe distance from the glaella lare•iark between the brcwridges to the most

posterior point on the barý, of the head is measured with a spreading

caliper.

J

1.

!,, 186<

U2

VARIABtE MD.

62---HEAD I~m

THE SUMMARY ST•TISTICS CEME= INCIES

um S(I"AARY Sm CE TERS

18.82 0.04 0.64 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.41 0.01 0.25 0.01

19.89 0.03 0.64 0.02

16.50 20.50

MINIMUM MAXIMNJ4

6.50 8.07

17.70 MINIXMM 21.90 MAXDU4K

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYMMETRYVETA I 1qJRICrCISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECICS

3.4% -0.34 3.27

oEFF. OF VAR mnX\ SYMMEIRY-VETA I IUZISIS-VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERC=IES CENT 17.15 17.36 17.49 17.68 17.96 18.15 18.29 18.41 18.51 18.61 18.70 18.78 18.86 18.94 19.01 19.09 12I.17 19.26 19.35 19.46 19.59 19.79 19.93 20.04 20.22

7.83 0.01 0.25 0.01 6.97 8.62 3.2% -0.15 3.24 487

PERCTIlES CER1TMFIS INCHES

INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111 15TH 20Mh 25TH 30TH 35IH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 601T! 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90M71 95THl 97Th.1 98TH 99Th

mEAN SE(l4AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

csI INCIES

6.75 6.83 6.89 6.96 7.07 7.14 7.20 7.25 7.29 7.33 7.36 7.39 7.42 7.46 7.49 7.52 7.55 7.58 7.62 7.66 7.71 -7.79 7.85 7.89 7.96

18.27 18.51 18.65 18.83 19.08 19.25 19.37 19.48 19.57 19.66 19.74 1i.92 19.90 19.97 20.05 20.14 20.22 20.32 20.43 20.55 20.71 20.94 21.08 21.18 21.34

187

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20111 25TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 455TH 501H 55TH 601H 65TH 7011 75TH 80am 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 9911

7.19 7.29 7.34 7.41 7.51 7.58 7.63 7.67 7.71 7.74 7.77 7.80 7.83 7.86 7.90 7.93 7.96 8.00 8.04 8.09 8.15 8.24 8.30 8.34 8.40

(63)

HEOl AN=L

ýET=

The circumference of the right foot at the ankle and base of the heel is measured with a tape passirng over the point at which the heel first contacts the table and over the dorsal-jun-ture-of-the-foot-and-leg

landmark at the front of the ankle. The subject stands with the feet about 10 an apart ard the weight distributed equally on both feet.

-

I

188

VARIWBtE No.

63--f=

ANiKL

CIr4Xun

FEAE

MALE

THE SUI2QM STAIS'iCS CENTIME=R IN(CHES

THE SUZ2ARY STATIaSTCS CENTfMETERS INCQES

30,75 0.06 1.18 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.10 0.03 0.47 0.02

33.70 0.07 1.46 0.05

MEAN SEQ(EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.27 0.03 0.57 0.02

27.60 35.00

MINIMUM MAIMIEJ

10.87 13.78

30.30 37.70

MINIMUM MAXIMlUM

11.93 14.84

COEFF. OF VARIATI•ON SYNMETYVETA I IEJRIdISVETA II

3.8% 0.34 3.18

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

OOEFF. OF VARIATION S-YM-TIRY---VEA I IOJRTISISNTM II NlUMlFI OF SUBJECTS

PERCENrTIES CTIME= IN= 28.19 28.50 28.69 28.93 29.30 29.54 29.74 29,91 30.07 30.22 30.37 30.51 30.66 30.81 30.97 31.13 31.31 31.50 31.72 31.98 32.32 32.81 33.12 33.34 33.67

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TE 25111H 30UM 35TH 41r0H 45TH 501H 55TH 60Th 65TH 701TH 75TH 80111 85TH 9 0H 95Th 97Th 98TH 99TH

PERCE27IU CBS flEIa

11.10 11.22 11.29 11.39 11.53 11.63 11.71 11.78 11.84 11.90 11.96 12.01 12.07 12.13 12.19 12.26 12.33 12.40 12.49 12.59 12.72 12.92 13.04 13.13 13.26

30.55 30.85 31.05 31.34 31.81 32.15 32.42 32.66 32.88 33.08 33.28 33.47 33.66 33.85 34.04 34.24 34.46 34.69 34.96 35.26 35.65 36.23 36.61 36.89 37.33

189

1ST 2ND 3RD 511 1OTH 15Th 20111 25Th 30M, 35TH 40TH 45-73 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 701H 75TH 80'I1H 851111 90T1H 95Th 971H 98M1 99Th

4.3% 0.18 2.79 487

INCHES 12.03 12.14 12.22 12.34 12.52 12.66 12.76 12.86 12.94 13.02 13.10 13.18 13.25 13.33 13.40 13.48 13.57 13.66 13.76 13.88 14.04 14.26 14. 41K 14.52 14.70

(64)

HMEL ERE=

The maximmn horizontal distance between the nedial ard later.al points on the inside and outside of the right heel, at or posterior to the lateral malleolus landmark, is masured with a Holtain caliper. The measurement is taken just abovc the level of the standing surface at the most protruding points cf the curvature of the heel. The subject stands with the feet about 10 cn apart and the weight distributAed equally on both feet.

/

190

19(1

,4

VARIAME W).

64-HBEEM J31ýFAIl

FEKIES

NkIES

THE SLURY SThWTIC3 CUTTIMErERS mCHES

THE SUýY STATESrI CENTImEIIpS INCHES

6.20 0.02 0.37 0.01

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.44 0.01 0.15 0.01

6.78 0.02 0.41 0.01

MEAN SE(WEAN) Sr DEV SE (SD)

2.67 0.01 0.16 0.01

5.30 7.40

MINDIfM YAXII4JM

2.09 2.91

5.50 8. 10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

2.17 3.19

COEFF. OF VAPX!ION.

6.0%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

6.1%

SYNMETRYFUJIOSIS-

0.40 3.14

SYMEIMY-VETA I FURIISIS---VETA II

0.25 3.27

NUJMBER OF

C

R

VzTA I VETA II

SUBIECIS S

334

INC

NUMBER OF SUMB=EI

=

CI'fl•,ST-

487

INC-ES

5.42 5.51 5.57 5.64 5.75 5.83 5.89 5.94 5.99 6.04 6.09 6.13 6.18 6.22

IST 2:1*2 31D 5TH 1lam l5lIH 20UM 25Th 3Yridi 35TH 40Th 45TH 5071H 55TH

2.13 2.17 2.19 2.22 2.26 2. 29 2.32 2.34 2.36 2.38 2.40 2.41 2.43 2.45

6.27 6.32

6UfGl 65Th

5.90 6.00 6.06 G.15 6.28 6.37 6.44 6.50 6.56 6.61 6.66 6.71 6.76 6.81

2.32 2.36 2.39 2.42 2.47 2.51 2.53 2.56 2.58 2.60 2.62 2.64 2.66 2.68

6.38 6.44 6.51 6.59

2.47 2.49

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15r11 20TH 251H 301i1 35TH 40M 45TH 5011 55TH

701! 75h 801H 85TH

2.51 2.53 2.56 2.60

6.87 6.92

60MH 65TH

6.98 7.05 7.12 7.21

2.70 2.72

70T 75TH 8011 85TH

2.75 2.77 2.80 2.84

6.70

90M

2.64

7.33

9am

2.89

6.88 6.99 7.08

95Th 97TH 98TH

2.71 77.75 2.79

7.51 7.64 7.73

95Th1 97TH 98Th1

2.96 3.01 3.04

7.22

99TH

2.84

7.88

99TH1

3.10

•••



191

V

j J

Li

•65)

HIIP EFM

'::,-- sides The horizontal distance between the lateral buttock lar&-arkS on e-ect. stui s'ubject The of the hips is IT-2asured with a beam caliper. f et. botlon equally distributed weight the arn with the heels together

Lj

;

/

/i¢.

1922

.1 j

t 1.92

VARIAEIE NO.

65--flIP EM=AI}

THE Str•MARY sTAIiSTICS

E SUJY!MARY STATisYics CETMTR INCHES

SINCHiES

IEAN

S35.59

14.01

0.12 2.18 0.08 19.80

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD) M1INTMUM

34.90

MEW

0.05 0.86 0.03 11.73

13.74

0.08 1.86 0.06 30.60

SE (MEN) ST DEV SE(SD) ZITjM

0.03 0.73 0.02 12.05

41.50

rAmIU

16.34

42.80

W-XI..4M

16.85

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY2EIRYVE&A I KJRrISISVETA II

6.1% 0.01 2.76

NLUBER OF SUBJECTS

334

PERCIEIM CENTTIITERS 30.63 31.15 31.49 31.97 32.75 33.28 33.71 34.09 34.42 34.74 35.03 35.32 35.60 35.88 36.16 36.46 36.77 37.10 37.47 37.89 38.42 39.20 39.70 40.07 40.64

1ST 2ND 5RL 5TH 1011H 15TH 20111 25Th 30TIH 35111 40'I1 45TH 5011 55TH 6C077 65-H 70(l1f 75TH 801H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH SI1H 997h

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMETRYVEM I OICSISVEITA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

S NCa{ES

5.3% 0.37 3.16 487

FERCETIt-S INCH

12.06 12.20 12.40 12.59 12.89 13.10 13.27 13.42 13.55 13.68 13.79 13.90 14.02 14.13 14.24 14.35 14.47 14.60 14.75 14.92 15.13 15.43 15.63 15.77 16.00

31.20 31.51 31.72 32.03 32.55 32.93 33.25 33.54 33.81 34.06 34.31 34.55 34.79 35.04 35.29 35.56 35.84 36.15 36.49 36.89 37.38 38,09 38.53 38.84 39.28

193

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH10111 15TH 207.1 25Th 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50M7 55TH 60TH 65TH 70MH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90MH 95Th 97IH 98TH 99Tlh

12.28 12.41 12.49 12.61 12.82 12.97 13.09 13.21 13.31 13.41 13.51 13.60 13.70 13.79 13.89 14.00 14.11 14.23 14.37 14.52 14.72 15.00 15.17 15.29 15.46

(66)

In)'

AI\Urn,

SITING

The distance between the lateral points of the hips or thighs (ý4iichever are broader) is rrzasured with a beam caliper. The subject sits erect with the feet and knees together.

"fY

,AA

7194

VXARMZE

~

66-fun' MMRU)M,

THE sumfAY STXics CUT=-MERS INCHES

sriD

THE aUmWY STATISTICS CENTIMErEES flIhEF

39.78 0.15 2.75 0.11

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

15.66 0.06 1.08 0.04

37.18 0.10 2.19 0.07

MEAN SE (EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.64 0.04 0.86 0.03

32.60 47.50

MINrA)M MAXIMUM

12.83 18.70

31.90 MINIMUM 45.30 MAXIMUM

12.56 17.83

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYIMEIY= -VETA I FUR•TSIS-vVErA II NU111BER OF SUB/JECrS

6.9% 0.17 2.78

COEFF. OF VAPJATION SY!'4RY-VEnA I IVJRIXISVET-A II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTILES c

S 33.62 34.41 34.88 35.48 36.36 36.95 37.43 37.85 38.23 38.59 38.95 39.29 39.65 40.01 40.38 40.77 41.18 41.64 42.16 42.76 43.52 44.59 45.24 45.67 46.26

487

PERCEN'TILES I•IML INCHES

1ST 2ND 3RD 51H 107H 15TH 20TH 25"1H 30Th 35TH 40111 451TH 5011 55TH 60111 65TH 7011 7511 801H 85TH 901H 95TH 971H 98A711 9911H

5.9% 0.38 3.23

CENlTIM

13.24 13.55 13.73 13.97 14.32 14.55 14.74 14.90 15.05 15.19 15.33 15.47 15.61 15.75 15.90 16.05 16.21 16.39 16.60 16.84 17.13 17.56 17.81 17.98 18.21

32.84 33.21 33.46 33.83 34.45 34.90 35.28 35.62 35.93 36.22 36.50 36.78 37.06 37.35 37.64 37.94 38.27 38.62 39.02 39.47 40.05 40.89 41.41 41.78 42.34 195

ERS

INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5IH 107H 15TH 2011 25T-H 3011 35Th 40111 45TH 50M. 55Th 60TH 65TH 7011H 75011 801H 85711 9001 95TH 9711 93M1 991{

12.93 13.07 13.18 13.32 13.56 13.74 13.89 14.02 14.14 14.26 14.37 14.48 14.59 14.70 14.82 14.94 15.07 15.21 15.36 15.51 15.77 16.10 16.30 16.45 16.67

(67)

fLTIMUSTAME F1EIr

The vertical distance between a standing landmark on the top of the right sidz of antbrclxzter. The subject sta-ds erect eightdistributed equal.4 on both feet. extre..ities are r2

pd.

7*7 N

i0

? k-

196

surface and the iliocristale the pelvis is measured with an with the heels together and the The shculders ard upper

r/ VARIAMLE 1M. FEM rT

67-=I0IaS!=

HfaI

S

)AviS

THE SUIARY STATNISTICS CFlNTMEEPS INasiBS

ME SUL24ARY STIST=CS T INC

102.04 0.17

MEAN SE((MEAN)

40.18 0.07

107.62 0.22

3.19

ST DEV

1.26

4.91

SI DEV

1.93

0.12

SE(SD)

0.05

0.16

SE(SD)

0.06

94.00 114.90

MINIM•,4 MAXIE.I

37.01 45.24

95.50 121.00

CXFFF. OF VARIATION SYMMERYVLMA I IgiraISVETA II

3.1% 0.60 3.57

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

12TM

MEAN SE(MEAN)

M]2=olfl 1X904U

OOEFF. OF VRUATUICN S11--VEfl I IaJItSISVETA II NUZMB

OF SUBJECTS

CZNT flFIV~

INCHES

42.37 0.09

37.60 47.64

4.6% 0.13 2.66 487

IN=1F

96.03

1ST

37.81

96.93

1ST

38.16

96.58 96.95 97.46 98.29 98.87 99.36 99.79 100.20 100.58 100.95 101.32 101.70 102.09 102.49 102.92 103.39 103.91 104.52 105.25 106.22 107.77 108.84 109.67 111.04

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30M1 35Th 401H f5TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 651h 70TH 75TH 80UM 85TH 90T4 95TH 977H 98.11 99TH

38 03 3G.17 38.37 38.70 38.93 39.12 39.29 39.45 39.60 39.74 39.89 40.04 40.19 40.35 40.52 40.70 40.91 41.15 41.44 41.82 42.43 42.85 43.18 43.72

98.08 98.81 99.80 101.36 102.44 103.32 104.11 104.82 105.50 106.15 106.79 107.43 108.09 108.75 109.45 110.19 110.99 111.90 112.94 114.24 116.09 117.21 117.97 119.06

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2 71TH 25TH 301H 35TH 40TH 45TH 50T1 55Th 60Th 651H 7rASH 75Th 80911 851h 90111 95ZI 97TH 98TH 99Tl

38.61 38.90 39.29 39.90 40.33 40.68 40.99 41.27 41.53 41.79 42.04 42.30 42.55 42.82 43.09 43.38 43.70 44.05 44.46 44.98 45.70 46.14 46.45 46.88

197

ii'7

VARJUBUE M~. 68-INIE1UU~IJPLL

THE SUMMARY STATSTI=CS CENTIMETERS

ORF=Dl

OhE SULiVRY STTISTICS

INES

CENTIME

IN=IES

6.12 0.02 0.30 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.41 0.01 0.12 0.00

6.43 0.01 0.32 0.01

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.53 0.01 0.13 0.00

5.30 6.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

2.09 2.72

5.60 7.50

MINIMUM NMUM

2.20 2.95

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMIRY-- V=TA I KURICGISVEMA II NUIMBER OF sJJCTs

4.9% -0.16 2.95

COEFF. OF VARIATION S YVETA I 1I9J1rCISVETA II

5.0% 0.15 3.06

334

NUMBER OF SUBJ=ECS

487

PERCENTIIES CENTIMETERS IN=S 5.35 5.45 5.51 5.60 5.72 5.80 5.86 5.92 5.96 6.01 6.05 6.09 6.13 6.36 6.20 6.24 6.28 6.33 6.37 6.43 6.49 6.59 6.65 6.69 6.75

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107H 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50Th' 551H 609H 65Th 70TH 75TH 80MH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 98TH 99Thl

PERCETES CENTIMETE=S IN=S

2.10 2.15 2.17 2.20 2.25 2.28 2.31 2.33 2.35 2.37 2.38 2.40 2.41 2.43 2.44 2.46 2.47 2.49 2.51 2.53 2.56 2.59 2.62 2.63 2.66

5.70 5.78 5.83 5.90 6.02 6.09 6.15 6.21 6.26 6.30 6.34 6.38 6,42 6.46 6.5C 6..54 6.59 6.61 6.69 6.75 6.83 6.96 7.04 7.10 7.20

199

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10Th 15TH 207H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TlH 50TH 55TH 60UI 65TH 70TH 75711 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99Th

2.24 2.27 2.30 2.32 2.37 2.40 2.42 2.44 2.46 2.48 2.50 2.51 2.53 2.54 2.56 2.58 2.59 2.61 2.63 2.66 2.69 2.74 2.77 2.80 2.84

/

(69)

INTEJMcYEI

The distance across the back between the right and left posterioraxillary-fold land-.rks is measured with a tape. The tape JS held cn the skin surface except where the tape spans the hollow of the 'back. The subject standis e-rect, icckfrq- straight ahead. The heels ar- tcjcthc~r with the weeight. distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. 'Me measurement is taken at the itaxirmm point of quiet respiration.

200/

VAR2EABLE 130.

_

C

I

S2F•SI--, SSUllRY INCESs S-•3

Eh 35.78 0.15 2.71

69---CYE

MEAN SE(IEAN) ST DEV

SculAR S•iSrICs IN=HE

¶s

CETE

14.09 0.06 1.07

40.87 0.13 2.82

MEAN SE(IMAN) ST DEV

16.09 0.05 1.11

0.10

SE(SD)

0.04

0.09

SE(SD)

0.04

26.60 43.40

MINIMUIM MAXIMU1M

10.47 17.09

33.80 50.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

13.31 19.76

CMEFF. OF VARIATION

7.6%

COEFF. OF VRIATION

6.9%

SYMMERYKUNJ1IS-

0.07 3.03

SY1<4FTRYNJRIOSIS-

0.11 2.81

VETA I VETA II

NUMBER OF STJBJFC•S

334

NUMBER OF SUBJTECTS

PERCENTIIS CTINET06

VEMA I VETA II

487

PERCMIES DINCHES

CE12TERS

INCHES

30.40 30.76 31.04 31.50 32.32 32.93 33.43 33.88 34.29

1ST 2ND 3RD 57H 10Th 15'111 201H 25TIh 30F1H

11.97 12.11 12.22 12.40 12.72 12.96 13.16 13.34 13.50

34.75 35.32 35.71 36.27 37.20 37.86 38.39 38.87 39.30

1ST 1IND 3RD 5Th 101Y1 15Th 20MH 25Th 309M

13.68 13.91 14.06 14.28 14.65 14.90 15.12 15.30 15.47

34.66

35Th

13.65

39.70

35TH

15.63

35.03 35.38 35.72 36.07 36.42 36.79 37.17 37.58 38.05 38.59 39.28 40•34 41.05 41.61 42.54

40TH 45Th 5C i" 55TH 601H 65T1 70TH 75TH 80Th 85"TH 901TH 95Th 977H 98TH 99YH

13.79 13.93 14.06 14.20 14.34 14.48 14.63 14.80 14.98 15.19 15.46 15.88 16.16 16.38 16.75

40.08 40.45 !0.82 41.20 41.57 41.96 42.37 42.82 43.31 43.88 44.58 45.61 46.26 46.73 47.44

40TH 45Th 50IH 55TH 6(111I 6.5Th 70TH 75TH 80Th 857TH 9CYTH 95TH 971H 98TH 99TH

15.78 15.93 16.07 16.22 16.37 16.52 16.68 16.86 17.05 17.27 17.55 17.96 18.21 18.40 18.68

201

(70)

INIEFSCIE ]a

The distance- a-zoss the back between the right and left midscye larndarks is reasured with a tape. The tape is held on the skin surface except where it spars the hollow of the back. The subject stands erect lcoking straight ahead. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The reasurement is taken at the maxinum point of quiet respiration.

'Il

/2

i'.°

"•2

.,:

k

.. .

~

2O2

VAP-IA=L FN

NO.

70-INTERSCYE IT MATES

VhE SUMMARY STATISTICS IN=HS CENTIMETERS

UIE SUTmARY STATISTICS IN=ES CmEmI 38.29 0.13 2.40 0.09

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.07 0.05 0.95 0.04

41.66 0.12 2.60 0.08

MEmN SE(YEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

16.40 0.05 1.02 0.03

28.40 47.00

IV11fl3JM MAXIMUM

11.18 18.50

33.90 51.50

MINIMUM MAXI34

13.35 20.28

COEFF. OF VARIATIOU SYMMETRYVETA I VETA II IU~rfSISNUMBER OF SUBJECIlS

6.3% -0.03 3.82 :34

1ST 22ND 3RD 5TH 10T1 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40M1 45TH 50M, 55Th 60M1 65Th 70Th 75TH 801H 85Mi 901H 95r•{ 97TI 98Th 991H

6.2% 0.24 3.12

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERC CENnIMETERS

PERCENTIIES CT~rLMF= INC ES 32.39 33.34 33.88 34.53 35.42 35.96 36.38 36.74 37.06 37.36 37.65 37.93 38.21 38.50 38.80 39.11 39.45 39.82 40.25 40.75 41.39 42.33 42.91 43.32 43.90

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETYVET.A I II KURXDSIS----V-T

36.16 36.72 37.08 37.59 38.40 38.97 39.43 39.84 40.21 40.56 40.89 41.22 41.55 41.88 42.22 42.57 42.95 43.37 43.84 44.39 45.09 46.16 46.85 47.37 48.19

12.75 13.13 13.34 13.59 13.94 14.16 14.32 14.47 14.59 14.71 14.82 14.93 15.04 15.16 15.27 15.40 15.53 15.68 15.85 16.04 16.30 16.67 16.90 17.05 17.28

TENYIS INC IST 2ND 3PRD 57H 10TH 15TH 20Th 2511 30TH 35Th 4011 45Th 50TH 55TH 60TH 65T11 7011 75TH 8UI 85TH 907H 95TlH 97TH 98MI 9901,1

14.24 14.46 14.60 14.80 15.12 15.34 15.52 15.68 15.83 15.97 16.10 16.23 16.36 16.49 16.62 16.76 16.91 17.07 17.26 17.48 17.75 18.17 18.45 18.65 18.97

203

71

(71)

RME

=ýUIK

The horizontal circunference of the right knee at the level of the midpatella lanlbnrk at the center of the knee is Imasur-ed with a tape. The subject stands erect with the feet atxmt 10 cn apart rand the weight distributed equally on bokth feet.

-LA

20,1

204

..

I

FE4IES

A2

rffE SUMRY STATrCS c~nimi

ME SUZ^RY STATISTICS

fCiQmItES

CfrIMTE=

IN=S

37.09

MEAN

14.60

38.63

0.13 2.34

SE (NAN) ST DEV

0.05 0.92

0.09 2.00

SE(MNAN) ST DV

0.04 0.79

0.09

SE(SD)

0.04

0.06

SE(SD)

0.03

31.90 44.10

M=I2I4LM WOXIUM

-2.56 16.18

33.50 43.80

MINIMUYM MAMXIIUM

13.19 17.24

C0EFF. OF VARIA.TICN SMI=YVETA I RICJTfSISVETA II

6.3% 0.40 2.92

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

PT CENlq2rIME= 32.70 32.93 33.13 33.48 34.13 34.62 35.04 35.41 35.74 36.06 36.36 36.66 36.95 37.24 37.55 37.86 38.19 38.56 38.98 39.47 40.13 41.19 41.95 42.56 43.63

IES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5THa10MH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35T1 4011H 45TH 50Th 55Th 60TH 65TH 70T1H 75"T9 8011 85TH 907iH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99'TiA

mEA

00=FF. OF VARIATION SYM Y-VETA I JRIW1SVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJTSf

15.21

5.2% 0.24 2.55 487

PERCENTILES CERM}•'S= INCHIIE

IN=ZIE 12.88 12.96 13.04 13.18 13.44 13.63 13.79 13.94 14.07 14.20 14.32 14.43 14,55 14.66 14.78 14.91 15.04 15.18 15.35 15.54 15.80 16.22 16.52 16.76 17.18

34.53 34.95 35.21 35.56 36.12 36.52 36.85 37.15 37.43 37.69 37.96 38.22 38.49 38.76 39.04 39.34 39.66 40.00 40.40 40.85 41.41 42.20 42.66 42.96 43.35

205

IST 2ND 3RD 57 10Th 15Th 20TH 251H 30T1 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TI 55TH 607"H 65TH 70T1 75TH £TH E 85TH 9011 95Th 97Th 98Th 99TH

13.59 13.76 13.86 14.00 14.22 14.38 14.51 14.62 14.73 14.84 14.94 15.05 15.15 15.26 15.37 15.49 15.61 15.75 15.90 16.08 16.30C.1 16.61 16.80 16.91 17.07

•;j

(72)

KNEE HEIcrIT, MIDPXFFIIA

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the midpatella ea-surd with an landnork at the center of the right knee is the heels together and the with anthrcpaz:eter. The subject st-arts erect weight distributed eqully on both feet.

2

~1:

I2O

4'i

VARIAMLE Mi).

72-ENEE HEr1MG,

THE -Z24RY STATISTICS ENITEi6 INCHES

MIPA

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CRIME= INCHES

47.16 0.09 1.68 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

18.57 0.04 0.66 0.03

50.37 0.11 2.52 0.08

MEAN SE (MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

19.83 0.04 0.99 0.03

43.10 53.60

FIEW=UM MAXIM1,

16.97 21.10

43.80 57.90

MINIMUM WAXD"M

17.24 22.80

OOEFF. OF VARIAOTION SYMMETRYVETA I KtJrCSISVEIA II

3.6% 0.61 3.58

NUMBER OF SUB"E=IS

334

cDEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMEI=YVETA I KIJFISISVETA II NOVOmUY OF S-OWC-1

PERCEUIS

43.89 44.22 44.43 44.71 45.16 45.48 45.74 45.97 46.18 46.39 46.59 46.79 46.99 47.20 47.42 47.65 47.90 48.18 48.50 48.89 49.40 50.20 50.74 51.16 51.82

IST 2ND 3RD 51H 101H 15TH 20H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 4151H 50IH 55TH 60TH 65Th70(YI 75TH 80111 85TH 901TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

5.0% 0.19 2.77 487

PERCEWIIES CIN IM E IF INCHES SINCHES 17.28 17.41 17.49 17.60 17.78 17.90 18.01 18.1i0 18.18 18,26 18.34 18.42 18.50 18.58 18.67 18.76 18.86 18.97 19.09 19.25 19.45 19.76 19.98 20.14 20.40

45.15 45.63 45.95 46.41 47.17 47.72 48.17 48.57 48.93 49.28 49.61 49.94 50.27 50.60 50.94 51.29 51.67 52.08 52.53 53.06 53.72 54.67 55.27 55.69 56.31

207

1ST 2ND 3RD 51H 1'-YIH 15TH 20TH 257H 30T1 35TH 40TM 4511i{ 50MH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80"Nl 85'IIH 90TH 951H 97TH 98TH 99THi

17.78 17.97 18.09 18.27 18.57 18.79 18. F6 19.12 19.27 19.40 19.53 166 19.7c' 19.92 20.06 20.19 20.34 20.50 20.68 20.89 21.15 21.52 21.76 21.92 22.17

(73)

R

UEIM=X,

SITnr

The vertical distance between a fcxtr.-c-t surface and the suprapatella landmark at the tcp of the right knee (located and drawn while the subject stands) is measured with an anthropaieter. The subject sits with the thighs parallel, the knees flexed 90 degrees, and the feet in line with the thighs.

i208

I!:

" •i£

208

VARIAIEE M.

73-MM EEMaIr, SITrlfl

FEVAIES

mumE

THE SUMMARY STATISICS Cflr'ImES =CEfMETERS 52.83 0.09 1.73 0.07

THE SUMA

MEAN 20.80 SE (MEAN) 0.04 ST DEV 0.68 SE(SD) 0.03

48.40 MINILM 60. 00 MAXI4

19.06 23.62

STATISTITC IN=OES

55.90 0.12 2.58 0.08

MEAN SE( EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

22.01 0.05 1.02 0.03

48.80 63.20

MINIlMUM MAXqi.JM

19.21 24.88

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYKMM YVETA I IalIISVEIAII

3.3% 0.66 3.87

C0EFF. OF VARI.ATON SYWM=MYVEIM I I3RIOSISVEIM II

4.6% 0.17 2.79

NLUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCENTILES CENiMix 49.50 49.84 50.05 50.34 50.79 51.11 51.37 51.60 51.82 52.03 52.23 52.44 52.64 52.86 53.08 53.32 53.57 53.86 54.19 54.58 55.09 55.88 56.40 56.78 57.39

PERCENITIES MYIMETERS IN=HES

INGItES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107H 15ThM 20IH 251H 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 507H 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80Th 85Th 90TH 95Th 97Th 98TH 99T1

19.49 19.62 19.71 19.82 2G.00 20.12 20.22 20.32 20.40 20.48 20.56 20.64 20.73 20.81 20.90 20.99 21.09 21.20 21.33 21.49 21.69 22.00 22.20 22.36 22.59

50.20 50.94 51.37 51.92 52.73 53.27 53.71 54.09 54.44 54.78 55.10 55.43 55.75 56.09 56.43 56.80 57.19 57.62 58.11 58.67 59.38 60.39 60.98 61.38 61.91

209

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 207H 25TH 3011 35TH 407H 45TH 50TH 557H 60Th 65TH 70TH 75TfH 801H 85TH 90MH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TM

19.77 20.06 20.23 20.44 20.76 20.97 21.14 21.30 21.43 21.57 21.69 21.82 21.95 22.08 22.22 22.36 22.52 22.69 22.88 23.10 23.38 23.77 24.01 24.17 24.37

(74)

=AL FMEPAL EPI

IC

i• r:lateral-fermral--epicondyle landmark on thesurface outsideandofthe the standing rig~at knee is a standing The vertical distance between measured with an anthrcpamcter.

The subject stands erect with the heels

together and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

I21

I:I

.÷,

"C

210

'1

VAR=FIJ

NO.

74-IATEAL FMMXTý EPIMMDYTIAV

FO4ATS

Mr[aT

mAuES

THE SMMARY STATIS TICS INCHES CENTIMEI11=

MHE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES CrInTMETERS

47.30 0.09 1.62 0.06

MFAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

18.62 0.03 0.64 0.02

50.44 0.11 2.42 0.08

MEAN SE (MEAN) Sr DEV SE (SD)

19.86 0.04 0.95 0.03

43.80 53.40

MINIlUM MAXIMUM

17.24 21.02

44.60 57.30

MINIMlUM MAXIMUM

17.56 22.56

COEFF. OF VARIATICN VETA I SYMMERYNKUJd`SISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJET-S

COEFF. OF VARIATION SITRYVETA I KFUrosISVEJA II

4.8% 0.16 2.71

334

NUlBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCETIIESPERCENT= INCH{ES

CEtfrn'ilpEIs 44.04 44.37 44.58 44.86 45.32 45.65 45.91 46.14 46.36 46.56 46.76 46.96 47.16 47.37 47.b8 47.80 48.04 48.31 48.62 48.98 49.45 50.1.8 50.67 51.03 51.61

3.4% 0.55 3.59

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2 MH 251H 30111 371-H 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 6011I 65TH 70Mh 75TH 80TH1 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

17.34 17.47 17.55 17.66 17.•4 17.97 18.07 18.17 18.25 18.33 18.41 18.49 18.57 18.65 18.73 18.82 18.91 19.02 19.14 19.28 19.47 19.76 19.95 20.09 20.32

CEN7METERS 45.27 45.77 46.10 46.57 47.34 47.88 48.32 48.71 49.07 49.41 49.73 50.04 50.36 50.68 51.00 51.34 51.69 52.08 52.51 53.00 53.62 54.52 55.07 55.47 56.05

211

INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25TH 301H 35TH 40TH 457TH 50T 55TH 601'1., 65TH 70=1 75TH 8011 85TH 901H 95Th 97TH 98Th 99011

17.82 18.02 18.15 18.34 18.64 18.85 19.02 19.18 19.32 19.45 19.58 19.70 19.83 19.95 20.08 20.21 20.35 20.50 20.67 20.87 21.11 21.46 21.68 21.84 22.07

(75)

..

MUPA M=IM L

The vertical distance betwmeen

standing surface and the lateral malleolus ~landmark on the uurtside of thearight ar*kle is measured with a modified

slidixrg caliper. Mhe subject stad• erect with the heels together and the weight" distributoed equally on both feet.

J2

21

212

d

r~f C

TH1 SUMM~ARY S S!SMP 6.36 0.03 0.52 0.02

1 SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.51 0.01 0.20 0.01

6.95 0.02 0.51 0.02

5.00 7.80

MINIMI MAXIMUM

1.97 3.07

5.40 8.40

8.2% 0.30i. 2.387 9IS--VETA

6OEFF. OF RATION 41Y- VI 1 I6

OOEFF. OF VAR ION SYMME5RY-3 VE 1 6.3ISVETh1 NME

OF SUBTECTS

PEA-X CENT==EIE

334

MEAN SE(ME N) ST SE(SD)

3NRIDM2.13 5AXIMUM 3.31

NUMBER OF SUBJECTWS

I.S

2.73 0.01 0.20 2 2.01

7.4% -0.05 2.86 487

PERCE=rLES CE?12;I:RSICHES

IN•C1,ES

5.14 5.31 5.41 5654 5.72 5.83 5.93 6.01 6.08 6.15 6.21 6.28 6.34

3ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH

2.02 2.09 2.13 2.18 2.25

5.73 5.81 5.98 6.90 6.29

11ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1lam

2.26 2.32 2.35 2.40 2.47

15Ih 201H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50M,

2.30 2.33 2.36 2.6139 2.42 2.45 2.47 2.50

6.41 6.51 6.59 6.67 6.74 6.81 6.88 6.94

15TH 20TH 25TH 301 351H 40'1H 45TH 50TH

2.52 2.56 2.60 2.63 2.65 2.68 2.71 2.73

6.41 6.48 6.55

55TH 60I7H 657H

2.52 2.55 2.58

7.01 7.08 7.15

55-TH 60TH 65TH

2.76 2.79 2.81

6.63 6.71 6.81 6.92 7.06 7.27 7.39 7.47 7.58

70TH 75TH 80TH{ 85Bi 90TH 95T11 97TH 98Th 99Th

2.61 2.64 2.68 2.•73 2. 78 2.86 2.91 2.94 2.98

7.22 7.30 7.39 7.49 7.•62 7.79 7.89 7.97 8.06

795T 75T'H 8CIlH 85TH 90OTA 95THl 97Th 98TH 99Th

2.84 2.87 2.91 2.•95 3.00 3.07 3.11 3.14 3.17

213

T! (76)

ICMD

'In{CE~ =M1=

The horizontal circumference of the right thigh at the level of the suprapatella larnraark at the tcp oif the knee is mreasured with a tape. subject stards e-rect with the feet about 10 an, apart and the weight distributed equally on both feet.

[21

The

VAREABLE NOJ.

76-]xATq

rMIG1 C=F=-

THE SUMMARY S]LATISTICS CEN1I2METERS INCHES

STATISTIcS INCHES

38.21 0.15 2.78 0.11

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.04 0.06 1.10 0.04

39.06 0.11 2.39 0.08

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.38 0.04 0.94 0.03

32.30 47.20

MI9IMEM MAXIMTML

12.72 18.58

33.20 45.90

MINIMUM N\XIMUM

13.07 18.07

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMERYVETA I IgJ=IS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECiS

C

Thi SLUM CENTITERS

7.3% 0.40 3.02

COEFF. OF VARIATICO SYM¶EIYVETA I IKJRItSIS-VEIA II

6.1% 0.22 2.59

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

P19ENT= f4ETERS INCHES 32.84 33.18 33.45 33.90 34.69 35.28 35.77 36.21 36.61 36.98 37.34 37.69 38.04 38.40 38.76 39.13 39.53 39.97 40.47 41.07 41.86 43.11 44.01 44.71 45.93

1ST 2ND 3RD 5T1 10TE 15TH 20=1 2511 30TH 35TH 401H 45"11 50M1 55TH -60M 65TH 7011 75TH 80TH 85TH 9011 95TH 97TH 98S11 99mh

PERCE=ILS CmgTIMEITRS INCHES

12.93 13.06 13.17 13.34 13.66 13.89 14.08 14.26 14.41 14.56 14.70 14.84 14.98 15.12 15.26 15.41 15.56 15.74 15.94 16.17 16.48 16.97 17.33 17.60 18.08

34.13 34.61 34.92 35.34 36.04 36.54 36.95 37.32 37.66 37.98 38.30 38.61 38.93 39.25 39.58 39.93 40.30 40.70 41.15 41.68 42.33 43.27 43.84 44.23 44.78

215

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10T1 1511H 201H 25TH 301H 35ThI 401H 451H 501H 55TH 60r1H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80=1 85TH 9001 95TH 97TH 98M1 99TH

13.44 13.62 13.75 13.91 14.19 14.38 14.55 14.69 14.83 14.95 15.08 15.20 15.33 15.45 15.58 15.72 3.5.86 16.02 16.20 16.41 16.67 17.04 17.26 17.41 17.63

(77)

IMTG*S=01X

M,

The distance between the rentcn landmark at the bottca of the chin and the sellion landiark at the deepest point of the nasal root depression is measured with a sliding caliper. The teeth are slightly cccluded.

ii

~.

i!:. ..

216 12

21.6

I

4F

VAR]hEtE

NO.

77F-VUEAUMTcN

THE SUM4APY sri2ATISTICS

CNIE

MEAN SE(MEAN)

0.61

0.02 9.50 13.20

THE S.qW/71

IN=E

11.46 0.03

IPifl

SZTa

4.51 0.01

12.24 0.03

ST DEV

0.24

0.62

SE(SD)

Sr EEV

0.25

0.01

0.02

SE(SD)

0.01

M)IYATM

3.74

10.70

MNIRM,

MA)XIaVM

4.21

5.20

14.20

MAXIKB

5.59

COEFF. OF WVRATdION SYMMEIVETA 1 IUJISVEIA II NUMBER OF SUBTk=CS

5.3% 0.17 3.24 2

MAN SE(ME)

334

NUM•R OF SUBJE

12.52

12.70 12.85 13.08

INHE

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH laYIm 15Th 20UM 25Th 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 5fl1 55TH 60U1 65TH 70111 75TH 80TH 851H 901H 90511

97Th 9S81 99Ih

4.82 0.01

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYIT- RY- VETA I J•WISVETA II

PERCXTIIESPERCENT!II CE~N MET-rs

10.09 10.27 10.37 10.51 10.72 10.85 10.96 11.05 11.13 11.21 11.28 11.36 11.43 11.50 11.58 11.66 11.74 11.84 11.95 12.08 12.25

IC3

INCHE

10.87 11.02 11.11 11.24 11.44 11.58 11.70 11.80 11.89 11.97 12.06 12.14 12.21 12.30 12.38 12.46 12.55 12.65 12.76 12.89 13.06

4.93

13.31

5.00 5.06 5.15

487

S

Ch'rIM]ETERS

3.97 4.04 4.08 4.14 4.22 4.27 4.31 4.35 4.38 4.41 4.44 4.47 4.50 4.53 4.56 4.59 4.62 4.66 4.70 4.75 4.82

5.1% 0.23 2.94

13.47 13.59 13.78

IN=Y•

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH lamflI 15Th 20TH 25T.1 30Th 35TH 4011 45TH 509M 55Mh 60'MH 65TH 70TH 751H 80M 85TH 909 958I

97TH 98TH 99T1

4.28 4.34 4.37 4.42 4.50 4.56 4.61 4.64 4.68 4.71 4.75 4.78 4.81 4.84 4.87 4.91 4.94 4.98 5.02 5.08 5.14 5.24

5.30 5.35 5.43

217 Ii,

(78)

HEM=,

Mt.=

SITrING

The vertical distance between a sitting surface and the midshbolder lancdmrk at the tcp of the right shoulder is n-sured with an anthrcpmxmeter. The subject sits erect looking straight ahead. The shoulders and upper arns are relaxed and the foreimrs and hands are extended forward horizontally with the palms facing each other. The measurement is taken at the raxirun point of vjuiet respiration.

I ,,

-

21[8

a.J

a

~218

VARaABIE NO.

78 -MID.M

i=

n

SITtT,

Fmmim•

HUAES

'im-IE SulRY STATICS NTIP2R INCHES

THE SUZR CENTIMEIE

S=iTISncS INCHES

60.65 0.12 2.28 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

23.88 0.05 0.90 0.03

64.24 0.12 2.74 0.09

MEAN SE(1AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

25.29 0.05 1.08 0.03

54.40 69.40

MINDINT AIXI•UM

21.42 27.32

54.70 72.30

MINIMUM MAXlMUM

21.54 28.46

COEFF. OF VARIATiONr SYEIMYVEhA I IJRIWISVETA II

3.8% 0.02 3.10

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEI•RYVETA I FJIOISVETA II

4.3% -0.19 3.25

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SuJECTS

487

PE2RCIES imqE= INCHES 55.31 55.90 56.29 56.83 57.67 58.25 58.71 59.11 59.46 59.79 60.10 60.40 60.70 60.99 61.28 61.58 61.90 62.23 62.60 63.02 63.54 64.26 64.71 65.03 65.50

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 307H 35TH 4011 45TH 50Th 55Th 601H 65TH 70ITH 75TH 807H1 85TH 90WH 95Th 97ThF 98Th 99ThI

PEcE2?nMs CONLA4TERS

21.78 22.01 22.16 22.37 22.71 22.93 23.11 23.27 23.41 23.54 23.66 23.78 23.90 24.01 24.13 24.25 24.37 24.50 24.65 24.81 25.01 25.30 25.48 2b.60 25.79

56.94 58.07 58.74 59.58 60.76 61.50 62.06 62.53 62.94 63.31 63.66 63.99 64.32 64.64 64.97 65.31 65.67 66.05 66.49 66.99 67.64 68.60 69.22 69.68 70.39

219

INC3ES

IST 2NTD 3RD 5TH 107H 15TH 20(TH 25TH 3011H 35TH 40T1 451H 5011 55Th 60=1 65TH 70TH 75TH 8CY0H 85TH{ 9011 95TH 9711 98TH 99TH

22.42 22.86 23.12 23.46 23.92 24.21 24.43 24.62 24.78 24.92 25.06 25 .19 25.32 25.45 25.58 25.71 25.85 26.01 26.18 26.38 26.63 27.01 27.25 27.43 27.71

The distance between the trapezius lararark at the right side of the neck and the right bustpoint landmiark on wuern or the right nipple (thelion) on men is measured with a tape. he subject stands erect looking straight

ahead.

The shoulders arx

upper extremities are relaxed.

is taken at the maxL,=

!L

point of quiet respiration.

L "

I.W

'

2[ /6

I

220

The measurement

VARIAML

W).

79

'=L

R/IM

MESLUM.ARY STbTISTc CENE= INCHIES

M

THE S1AR2Ciimmly

S)TSTICS INaiES

27.38 0.12 2.28 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

10.78 0.05 0.90 0.03

28.07 0.08 1.70 0.05

vI" N SE(MEAN) ST TEV SE(SD)

11.05 0.03 0.67 0.02

20.90 34.70

MINI1"JM MAXIMJM

8.23 13.66

24.00 33.80

MININMhM MAXINUM

9.45 13.31

QOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETYVETA I JRrOSISVETA II

8.3% 0.26 3.09

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMf mY- VEM I }J1UZSISVETA II

6.1% 0.16 2.78

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERC=IIES C2rMTR INCH-ES

PERCTI= •5RIMITES

INCHES

f

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

22.54 23.03 23.35 23.81 24.54 25.05 25.45 25.81 26.13 26.43 26.72 27.00 27.28 27.56 27.84 28.14 28.46 28.82 29.22 29.69 30.32 31.29 31.97 32.49 33.36

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011 1511 20TUH 251H 3011 357H 4017H 45TH 501 55TH 6M 65TH 707H11 75TH 8011H 857H 9011 95Tl 97TH 98TH 991H

8.87 9.07 9.19 9.37 9.66 9.86 10.02 10.16 10.29 1C.41 10.52 10.63 10.74 10.85 10.96 11.08 11.21 11.35 11.50 11.69 11.94 12.32 12.59 12.79 13.13

24.36 24.76 25.01 25.35 25.89 26.26 26.57 26.84 27.10 27.33 27.56 27.78 28.01 28.24 28.47 28.72 28.91" 29.26 29.57 29.93 30.38 31.00 31.36 31.61 31.94 221

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011 15111 201"H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55'lH 61i 65TH 701H 75Th 80111 85Ti 9011 95TH 971H 98Th 99IH

9.59 9.75 9.85 9.98 i0.19 10.34 10.46 10.57 10.67 10.76 10.85 10.94 11.03 11. 12 11.2, 11.31 11.41 11.52 11.64 11.78 11.96 12.20 12.35 12.45 12.58

(80)

NECK MU.,

F

The circumference of the neck at the level of the infrathyroid larnbark (Adam's apple) is i-asured with a tape. The plane of the neasureimt is perpendicular to the lorn axis of the neck. The subject starnds erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The shculders and upper extremities are relaxed.

222

'ARIA=E M.

80-NECK cmn,,%g=

ThE SU12VIARY STATISTICS CENTIME= INCHES

MHE SUMtRY STATISTICS CENIrMETERS INCHES

31.74 0.09 1.60 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAV) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.50 0.03 0.63 0.02

38.01 0.08 1.78 0.06

MEAN SE((MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.96 0.03 0.70 0.02

27.20 37.20

MfNlfM MAXIMUM

10.71 14.65

33.40 42.90

MINIMUM MAXINlUM

13.15 16.89

COEFF. OF VARITI)N S'T%=YVErA I KURTOISVEIA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

5.0% 0.45 3.62

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I KURlOSISVErA II

4.7% 0.30 2.77

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCILES CENTIHE =1

535.57

PERC=TILES IN=1ES

R

INCHES

28.38 28.74 28.98 29.31 29.82 30.16

1ST 211D 3RD 5TH 15TH 151H

11.17 11.32 11.41 11.54 12.74 11. 88

34.37 34.75 34.99 35.31 35.81 36.17

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 105H 15TH

13.53 13.68 13.78 13.90 14.60 14.24

30.44 30.67 30.89 31.08 31.27 31.45 31.64

20TH 25TH 350H 35TH 460H 45TH 50TM

11.98 12.08 12.16 12.24 12.31 12.38 12.46

31.82 32.01 32.21 32.43 32.67 32.96 33.30 33.77

36.46 36.72 36.96 37.20 37.42 37.65 37.88

55TH 60TM 651H 7011H 757H 807H 85TH 90RI

12.53 12.60 12.68 12.77 12.86 12.98 13.11 1-3.29

14.35 14.46 14.55 14.64 14.73 14.82 14.91

38.1ii 38.35 38.61 38.88 39.19 39-53 39.93 40.44

2071 25TH 30Th 355H 40Th 45Th 50TH 557H 607H 65ni 70MTI 75Th 80UM 85TH 90'IH

34.54 35.1II

95TH 97n2 98'1'H 997H

13.60 13.82 14 .00 14.32

41.19 41.65 41i.97 42.44

95ni 97TH 98TH 99IF.

36.37

223

15.00 15.1I0 15.20 15.31 15.43 15.56 15.72 15.92 16.22 16.40 16.53 16.71

(81)

I~X(CPCILFEREM,

BASE

The circumferen-e of the base of the neck is irasured with a tape passing over the drawn lateral and anterior neck, larrarks. The subject stands erect with the heed in the Frarkfort plane. The shoulders and upper extremities are reiaxed.

r224

ii "5

K

•I

.•"

tK.

•:i

224

Fl VARIABLE 1NO.

81--NFZt C

J• E•NC,

3S

FEAE

THE SUMMAP CENIMETF-rS

MALzS

STATISTICS INCHES

'E Stz2ARY STATISICS (1rNmNrETES lNaES

34.96 0.09 1.58 0.06

IAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.76 0.03 0.62 0.02

40.83 0.08 1.84 0.06

MEAN SL(MNEAN) ST M SE(SD)

16.08 0.03 0.73 0.02

29.90 39.70

MINIf•l4 bXIUCDM

11.77 15.63

35.30 45.90

MINIMfI MAXIMUM

13.90 18.07

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VEMA 1 lUUWISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS PERC1IZS

CF!HIq]KET-= 31.52 31.91 32.15 32.48 33.00 33.35 33.62 33.87 34.09 34.30 34.50 34.70 34.89 35.09 35.29 35.51 35.74 35.99 36.28 36.62 37.05 37.73 38.17 38.51 39.05

1ST 2.ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15THI 20UM 25TH 30Th 35TH 40111 45TH 5CTH 55TH 6011H 65TH 70Th 75TH 80TrH 85Th 90TH 951H 97TH 98TH 99'lH

4.5% 0.21 3.11

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYMMEIPY-VETA I III ISVETA II

334

NUMWER OF SUBJECIS

INCHES

CErIE

12.41 12.56 12.66 12.79 12.99 13.13 13.24 13.33 13.42 13.50 13.58 13.66 13.74 13.82 13.90 13.96 14.07 14.17 14.28 14.42 14.59 14.85 15.03 15.16 15.37

36.84 37.35 37.65 38.03 38.59 38.96 39.26 39.53 39.78 40.01 40.24 40.47 40.70 40.94 41.19 41.45 41-73 42.04 42.40 42.82 43.36 44.14 44.62 44.95 45.42 225

PERCBrUS IST 2ND 3RD 57H 10TH 15MH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 401TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 601H 65TH 70M1 75TH 80T! 85MI 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

4.5% 0.24 2.86 487

INCHES 14.50 14.70 14.82 14.97 15.19 15.34 15.46 15.56 15.66 15.75 15.84 15.93 16.02 16.12 16.22 16.32 16.43 16.55 16.69 16.86 17.07 17.38 17.57 17.70 17.88

(82)

NECK HEICM=r, IA'

TAL

The vertical distance between a starding surface and the trapezius lanmbark on the right side of the neck is mazsured with an anthropometer. The subject stards erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and upper e-tremities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

I226

/

V

.1

i• I

(J

•i~r•"

'i226

S22 gL

VARIABE NO.

82-4=NX HEIGf,

AAL

FEMITS

MALES

THE SUMMARY STAarISTIcs CEVrIME= INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATIgtICS CNIME= INCHEIS

144.07 0.22 4.05 0.16

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

56.72 0.09 1.59 0.06

152.22 0.27 5.87 0.19

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

59.93 0.10 2.31 0.07

133.50 161.30

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

52.56 63.50

134.90 167.70

MINIMUD MAXIMUM4

53.11 66.02

COEFF. OF VARLITION SYN=Y---VETA I qJRIKSISVETAII NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

2.80.45 3.63

(DEFF. OF VAPJIATION SYMMETRY-VETA .( FIUJdISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBIECTS

PERCE=NILES CTIMEERS INCHES 135.07 136.31 137.02 137.91 139.18 140.01 140.67 141.25 141.77 142.27 142.76 143.25 143.74 144.25 144.77 145.33 145.94 146.61 147.37 148.28 149.44 151.15 152.22 152.97 154.05

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 201H 25TH 30TH 35TH 401H 45TH 50T= 55TH 60111 65TH 70111 75Th 807H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97n'i 98TH 991H

3.9% -0.02 2.78 487

PERCEiNrLES CENTIMErg 6s INCHES

53.18 53.67 53.95 54.30 54.80 55.12 55.38 55.61 55.82 56.01 56.21 56.40 56.59 56.79 57.00 57.22 57.45 57.72 58.02 58.38 58.84 59.51 59.93 60.23 60.65

138.26 140.05 141.14 142.55 144.67 146.08 147.19 148.17 149.04 149.86 150.65 151.41 152.17 152.94 153.72 154.54 155.40 156.33 157.36 158.55 160.01 162.0O 163.25 164.04 165.11

227

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 2C11125TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45M1 50TM 551H 60TH 65Th 70MH 75TH 801H 851H 90111 95Th 97TH 98TH 99Th

54.43 55.14 55.57 56.12 56.96 57.51 57.95 58.33 58.63 59.00 59.31 59.61 59.91 60.21 60.52 60.84 61.18 61.55 61.95 62.42 63.00 63.80 64.27 64.58 65.00

f (83)

OVERMD M)==

REA=

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the tip of the right middle finger when the arm is etenied overhead is measured on a wall scale. Mhe subject stanis facing a all-irrited scale with both anms extended overhead parallel to each other. The toes are 20 an from the wall and the feet are abcut 10 cm apart. The palms of the hands rest on the scale. A block is placed agair-st the tip of the finger to establish the mr•asuremnnt. The nreasurerent is taken at the maxLbxm point of quiet respiration.

AA

I

".75 .';

228

I:

VArEAB

NO.

83--OVEl1U

FUZDM!I

Rg[

P7MI

MALES

HE SULIMARY STATISTICS CIME1ES INCHES

THE SUY11R C

STATISITCS (ME1ES

212.23 0.33 6.12 0.24

IWAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

83.55 0.13 2,41 0.09

224.26 0.41 9.09 0.29

MFN SE (4EAl) ST LEV SE (SD)

88.29 0.16 3.58 0.11

198.10 237.60

MINIMJM MAXI242U

77.99 93.54

200.50 250.80

MINIK.2M MAXINU

78.94 98.74

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMIfRY-VETA I IJRIOSISVFTA II

2.9% 0.60 3.70

ODEFF. OF VARIATION SYM VF-VETA I 1KJSISVErA II

4.1% 0.06 2.78

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILES CENTRIES INCHES 200.59 201.55 202.21 203.17 204.80 205.99 206.98 207.87 208.69 209.48 210.24 210.99 211.75 212.52 213.32 214.16 215,05 216.04 217.15 218.46 220.15 222.67 224.31 225.52 227.40

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10M1 15TH1 2011 25TH 301H 35TH 40TH 457H 50MH 55TH 60r1H 65h',f 7011 75TH 80111 85TH 907H 957h 97TH 98TH 997H

PERCENTILES CIMEIRS INCHES

78.97 79.35 79.61 79.99 80.63 81.10 81.49 81.84 82.16 82.47 82.77 83.07 83.37 83.67 83.98 84.31 84.67 85.05 85.49 86.01 86.67 87.66 88.31 88.79 £9.53

203.52 205.81 207.29 209.31 212.49 214.66 216,40 217.92 219.29 220.57 221.79 222.97 224.15 225.33 226.52 227.77 229.08 230.50 232.09 233.93 236.25 239.63 241.78 243.33 245.71 229

1ST 2ND 3RD 575 109M 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35T1 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 701H 75TH 80TH 85Th 9011 95111 97Th 983TH 99TH

80.12 81.03 81.61 82.41 83.66 84.51 85.20 85.80 86.34 86.84 87.32 87.78 88.25 88.71 89.18 89.67 90.19 90.75 91.38 92.10 93.01 94.34 95.19 95.80 96.74

{ 1

(84)

OVEMEM FrI

RERA{,

=1I=fED

The vertical distance botweenn a standing surface and the tip of the right middle finger when the arm is extended overhead as high as possible is measured on a wall scale.

The subject stands on his/her toes facing a

wall-mounted scale with both arrs parallel and extended overhead as high as possible. The toes are 20 an from the wall and the feet are about 10 an apart.

The palms of the hands rest on the scale.

A block is placed

against the tip of the finger to establish the rrasuremnt. The measurement is taken at the maximum point of quiet respiration.

02'

I F

)I

230

VARIA-WZ 1IM.

84--OVFM1=

MM=?'I

BE SUAARY STATISTICS CE•TfIME= INCIES

PRF27J,

EF,==

ThE SUMMARY STATISTICS CZT!l4METERE INCIES

221.64 0.34 6.22 0.24

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

87.26 0.13 2.45 0.09

234.17 0.42 9.29 C.30

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

92.19 0.17 3.66 0.12

209.10 246.40

MNflM MAXI24JM

82.32 97.01

208.90 262.10

M1f4E124 MAX]MUM

82.24 103.19

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRY-VETA I KUIWIS-VETA II NLT4BER OF SUBJECrS

2.8% 0.62 3.58

ODEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY-VE'TA I KUJ ISVETA II

4.0% 0.06 2.777

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCENTIIES CENTIMETERS INCHES 209.71 210.88 211.62 212.62 214.22 215.36 216.32 217.18 217.99 218.77 219.53 220.29 221.06 221.86 222.69 223.57 224.52 225.56 226.76 228.16 229.96 232.60 234.26 235.44 237.16

1ST 2ND 3RD 51TH 10'1H 15T1H 20'11 25TH 30111 35TH 40TIH 45-111 50TM 55TH 6011H 65"11 70IH 75TH 8011H 85TIH 90TH 95IH 97TH 981H 99TH

PERCENTILES CENTIME= INCHBES

82.56 83.02 83.31 83.71, 84.34 84.79 85.16 85.51 85.82 86.13 86.43 86.73 87.03 87.35 87.67 88.02 88.39 88.80 89.28 89.83 90.54 91.58 92.23 92.69 93.37

213.29 215.62 217.09 219.09 222.21 224.37 226.11 227.64 229.03 230.34 231.59 232.81 234.03 235.25 236.50 237.80 239.17 240.65 242.31 244.19 246.53 249.82 251.79 253.13 255.01

231

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 4(YIH 4 5--H 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70ITH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90111 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

83.97 84.89 85.47 86.25 87.49 88.34 89.02 89.62 90.17 90.68 91.18 91.66 92.14 92.62 93.11 93.62 94.16 94.75 95.40 96.14 97.06 98.36 99.13 99.66 100.40

(85)

MERMAD YL-3=G

PEAC,

sIrrnM

The vertical distance between a sitting surface and the tip of the right middle finger of a seatcd subject ',tose arm is extended overhead is measured on a wall scale. The subject sits erect on a flat surface 40.8 cn high with the right arn and hand extended vertically overhead as far as possible and the palm of the hand facing fcrward. Neither the back nor the arm touches a wall. A block placed at tt:e tip of the middle finger spans the distance between the finger and the wall and establishes the measurement on the wall scale. The rerasuremeint is made at the ,aximum point of quiet respiration.

// 232-

232

FFMM

XAIES

um.C SUNIMRY SnXTiSIICS

CEN7iETR 136.26

MlE SUMMARY STATISTICS(

INCHES MEAN

ETMER

INCHIES

53.64

143.99

MEAN

56.69

0.22 4.10

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

0.09 1.62

0.25 5.58

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

0.10 2.20

0.16

SE(SD)

0.06

0.18

SE(SD)

0.07

48.70 58.66

128.00 158.30

Y•q [l MA~nXIM

50.39 62.32

123.70 149.00

MINIV"M h="l

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIP.YVETA I fJRIqSIS-VEIrA II

3.0% 0.21 3.16

hTUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SY'EIRYVETA I KJROSIS-- 'TZIA II NUMBER OF SUBJECiT

PERCESr= E INCHES 127.00 128.09 128.77 129.68 131.05 131.98 132.72 133.37 133.95 J.34.50 135.02 135.54 136.05 136.57 137. 11 137.67 138.27 138.92 139.67 140.54 141.67 143.36 144.46 145.27 146.53

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10MIH 15TH 20=A{ 25 II 30TH 35Th 40111 45TH 50qH 55TH 60111 65TH 707H 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 951H 97TH 98',ii 99r.H

3.9% -0.01 2.85 487

PERCTIES CE=IET=1 INCHES

50.00 50.43 50.70 51.05 51.60 51.96 52.25 52.51 52.74 52.95 53.16 53.36 53.56 53.77 53.98 54.20 54.44 54.69 54.99 55.33 55.77 56.44 56.87 57.19 57.69

130.74 132.35 133.35 134.70 136.75 138.13 139.21 140.15 140.99 141.77 142.51 143.23 143.95 144.66 145.38 146.13 146.93 147.78 148.75 149.86 151.26 153.31 154.62 155.57 157.02 233

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 255TH 3011H 35TH 40TH 45T9h 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97111 98TH 997H

51.47 52.10 52.50 53.03 53.84 54.38 54.81 55.18 55.51 55.82 56.11i 56.39 56.67 56.95 57.24 57.53 57.84 58.18 58.56 59.00 59.55 60.36 60.87 61.25 61.82

t

(86)

PO?•LTML HETIr

The vertical dista;ce from a footrest surface to the back of the right knee (the popliteal fossa at the dorsal juncture of the right calf and thigh) is rmasurnd with an anthropcmeter. The subject sFits with the thighs parallel, the feet in line with the thighs, and the knees fleyed 90 degrees.

. 14234

234

T

I

VARLhITE NO.

86-FPOPLflTL

]HEIGO

MfE Scumm.y S==TStC CENIMEE INCES

THE SUNN7mY STNPSTICS IENTIEIES H 40.06 0.09 1.62 0.06

MEAN &E(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

36.30 MINhqiUM 45.80 MAXIM•M coEFF. OF VARI=AQN

15.77 0.03 0.64 0.02

43.21 0.11 2.32 0.07

17.01 0.04 0.si 0.03

36.70 MINTNIN 49.50 MAXIMU 'CoEFF. OF VARIATION

14.45 19.49 5.4%

1WOSIS-

SMBiY-VETA I VETA II KURIDSIS-

0.22 2.90

NUMBER OF SUBTECTS

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

SY10ThY-VETA I VETA II

14.29 18.03 4.0%

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.39 3.15 334

PERCETILES CEThTMEER IC

PERCNTILES CENTM'lEE= INCHES 36.82 37.11 37.31 37.60 38.07 38.41 38.69 38.93

F39.16

39.37 39.57 39.77 39.97 40.17 40.37 41.59 -;0.82 41.08 41.37 41.71 42.87 43.36 43.73 44.35

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20111 25Th

14.50 14.61 14.69 14.80 14.99 15.12 15.23 15.33

37.82 38.65 39.10 39.66 40.42 40.89 41.27 41.60

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15T'h 20TH 25T11

14.89 15.22 15.40 15.61 15.91 16.10 16.25 16.38

3C)TH

15.42

41.90

30Th

16.50

35TH 40Th 4511H 50TH 55TH 60TH 657'I 70Th 75TH 80TH 85TH 942.17 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

15.50 15.58 15.66 15.73 15.81 15.90 15.98 16.07 16.17 16.29 16.42 16.60 16.28 17.07 17.22 17.46

42.18 42.46 42.74 43.03 43.32 43.63 43.95 44.31 44.70 45.15 45.68 46.36 47.33 47.92 48.31 48.83

35Th 40&H 45Th 50.2 i, 55TH 60TH 65'1H '70T1H 75Th 80TH 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 9M11 9917

16.61 16.72 16.83 16. S4 17.05 17.18 17.30 17.44 17.60 17.78 17.98 18.25 18.63 18.86 19.02 19.23

235

(87)

RADTME-S=nC

MUn M

The distance between the radiale landmark on the right elbow and the stylion land&mak on the right wrist is raasured with a beam caliper held parallel to the long axis of the forearm. The subject starnds with the armir relaxed at the sides. The hand and fingers are held straight in line with the long axis of the forearm.

~J

--

i ,

236

.

.

.

VARIAB1E

O0.

•.-PAfALE-ST1LIrCM

THE SUMMARY STATISTIc" ctnm = INC-HES

=l

THE SUMM2ARY STATISTICS CENI /RSINCHES

24.70 0.05 0.94 0.04

MEA1' SF (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.72 0.02 0.37 0.01

26.84 0.06 1.37 0.04

MWAN SE (•4AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

10.57 0.02 0.54 0.02

22.50 28.60

K;21T~MUM MAXIMUM

8.86 11.26

23.00 30.80

I1NIMUM4 VI 24UM

9.06 12.13

COEFF. OF VARIATIOC SYMMETRY--VETA 1 KUMIS--VEI 11 NUI'E

OF SUBJECTS

3.8% 0.64 3.•71

COEFF. OF VARIKrL`ION SMMY--VETA 1 IW IS--%•TA 11

334

NMUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCETIES CENTIMETERS INCIES 22.97 23.12 23.22 23.36 23.60 23.77 23.91 24.04 24.16 24.27 24.38 24.49 24.61 24.72 24.84 24.97 25.11 25.27 25.45 25.66 25.95 26.39 26.59 26.92 27.28

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 3YTH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

CENMTI

9.04 9.10 9.14 9.20 9.29 9.36 9.41 9.46 9.51 9.56 9.60 9.64 9.69 -9.73 9.78 *.83 9.89 9.95 10.02 10.10 10.21 10.39 10.51 10.60 10.74

23.85 24.16 24.36 24.65 25.11 25.43 25.69 25.91 26.11 26.30 26.47 26.65 26.82 26.99 27.16 27.34 27.53 27.74 27.97 28.25 28.61 29.17 29.55 29.84 30.33 237

5.1% 0.15 2.•91 487

PECENTILES INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2TIH 25TH 30UM 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55Th 601H 65TH 70IH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TIh 98TH 99TH

9.39 9.51 9.59 9.70 9.89 10.01 10.11 10.20 10.28 10.35 10.42 10.49 10.56 10.62 10.69 10.76 10.84 10.92 11.01 11.12 11.26 11.48 11.63 11.75 11.94

(88)

SCYFE

Un= ¶F=X

Tihe vertical circumference of the right upper arm (scye) is measured with a tape passing throug the anmpit arid over the acromlon lancluark on the tip of the shoulder. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The -shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed with the palips facing the

thigh.s.

,A

l=

t

' /

_

7

II

233 ---------

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

VARIA

NO.

88--SC-'E CnM2=hY"

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENIMETERS INCHES

IHE SUMMARY STATSICS CENTIMIEES INCHES

38.02 0.13 2.30 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

14.97 0.05 0.91 0.04

44.65 0.10 2.28 0.07

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE (ýO)

17.58 0.04 0.90 0.03

32.30 45.20

MINIMUM TWIUM

12.72 17.80

38.40 51.00

]Nl42UMU FXAMAM

15.12 20.08

COEFF. OF VAR!ATa SYMMEIRYVETA I NJRIOISVETA II

6.1% 0.34 3.14

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMEMY- VETA I IJR•TISVEIA II

5.1% 0.12 2.82

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCMIIES

ulms

chmuno= 32.82 33.53 33.94 34.46 35.20 35.69 36.07 36.40 36.71 36.99 37.27 37.55 37.83 38.12 38.42 38.74 39.09 39.48 39.92 40.45 41.14 42.18 42.86 43.35 44.10

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20NH 25TH 30Th 35TH 40=H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60T1 65Th 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

C

12.92 13.20 13.36 13.57 13.86 14.05 14.20 14.33 14.45 14.56 14.67 14.78 14.89 15.01 15.13 15.25 15.39 15.54 15.72 15.93 16.20 16.61 16.87 17.07 17.36

PERCENTIUES ETERS INCHES 39.53 40.07 40.43 40.93 41.72 42.26 42.69 43.07 43.41 43.73 44.03 44.32 44.61 44.89 45.19 45.49 45.81 46.16 46.56 47.02 47.61 48.52 49.13 49.59 50.36

239

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40MH 45TH 50TH 551H 6OrI{1 65TH 70TH 75Th 80YH 85TIH 901H 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

15.56 15.78 15.92 16.11 16.42 16.64 16.81 16.96 17.09 17.22 17.33 17.45 17.56 17.67 17.79 17.91 18.04 18.17 18.33 18.51 18.74 19.10 19.34 19.53 19.83

(89)

SCYE Ek=

The surface distance alorn the spine bet-een the cervicale land-mark on the base of the back of the neck and the scye-level-at-midspine larnark is measured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed.

S

I

I

i/"i t

,I

240

VARIABLE M.

89--SCYE

SE4AI

MALES

THE SU29WRY STATIST ICS CF ERS INCHES

THE SUMOIARY STATISTICS CENTIME INCHES

19.23 0.08 1.46 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.57 0.03 0.57 0.02

21.81 0.3 6 1.37 0..04

14.70 22.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

5.79 9.02

16.80 26.10

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KURMSIS-\VETA II NUMBEOF 0'SUBYE-

7.6% 0.21 2.75

MEAN CIZ--N) ST DOI SE (SD) NI-MUM MXIMUM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYnMPYVETA I KI/Jrý-SISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTILES rIME'mR INCHES

PEC CENTIMETERS

8.59 0.02 0.54 0.02 6.61 10.28

6.3% 0.06 3.15 487

LTIES INCHES

16.38 16.64

1ST 2ND

6.45 6.55

18.82 19.14

16.80

1ST 2ND

7.41 7.53

3RD

6.61

19.34

17.03 17.42 17.70 17.94 18.16 18.36 18.56 18.75 18.94 19.13 19.33 19.53 19.74 19.97 20.22 20.50 20.83 21.23 21.80 22.14 22.37 22.6t

3RD

5TH 10TH 15TH 201H 25Th 307H 35TH 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 601H 65Th 701IH 75TH 80'IH 85TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98Th 99 -TH

7.62

6.71 6.86 6.97 7.06 7.15 7.23 7.31 7.38

19.63 20.09 20.41 20.66 20.88 21.08 21.27 21.45 21.62 21.79 21.;-16 22.14 22.32 22.51 22.72 22.95 23.22 23.57 24.08 24.42 24.67 25.07

5TH 101H 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Mh 65TH 7011 75F1 80TH 85TH 90TH 957H 97TH 98Th 9TIh

7.73 7.91 8.03 8.13 8.22 8.30 8.37 8.44 8.51 8.58 8.65 8.72 8.79 8.86 8.94 9.04 9.14 9.28 9.48 9.61 9,71 9.87

7,.-6

7.53 7 •.61 7.69

7.77 7.86 7.96 8.07 8.20 8.36 8.58 8.72 8.81 8.93

241

(90)

SMU

cn•L-R•-T

The horizontal circumference of the shoulders at the level of the maximum protrusion of the right deltoid ruscle is reasured with a tape. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead.

The shoulders and upper

extrn.:ýties are relaxed with the pairs facing the thighs. is taken at the nmax•hmm point of quiet respiration.

II

242.

i!

242

The me-asureirent

VARIAMIE W'.. 90--ShVOU=

CCIZU=

Fm4AIESMAE

ME SUMARY STIATISTIC CENIulME IN=E 104.12

MEAN

THE SUNMY CENTIE=

=iumIS IN=ES

40.99

117.50

0.29 5.22

SE(NEAN) ST DEV

0.11 2.05

0.24 5.34

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

0.10 2.10

0.20

SE(SD)

0.08

0.17

SE(SD)

0.07

89.70 MINIMUM 126.10 -MAXIMUM

35.31 49.65

1CO.90 132.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

39.72 52.32

ODEFF. OF VARPATION SYMMETRYVETA I IqYRISISVETA II

5.0% 0.35 3.54

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

COEFF. OF VRIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I 1IJRIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJE--S

PERCENTIIES CEqErPTIERS BICHES 92.84 94.23 95.06 96.13 97.74 98.83 99.70 100.47 101.18 101.85 102.50 103.14 103.80 104.46 105.15 105.87 106.65 107.51 108.48 109.61 111.06 113.15 114.45 115.35 116.65

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111 15TH 2011H 25TH 307H 35TH 40V 45TH 50TH 551h 601IH 65Th 707H 75TH 80'H 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

46.26

4.5% 0.10 2.88 487

PERCENTIIES Cfl4EITR INCHES

36.55 37.10 37.42 37.85 38.48 38.91 39.25 39.56 39.84 40.10 40.35 40.61 40.86 41.13 41.40 41.68 41.99 42.33 42.71 43.16 43.72 44.55 45.06 45.41 45.92

105.65 107.22 108.14 109.30 111.00 112.13 113.03 113.82 114.55 115.24 115.91 116.57 117.24 117.93 118.64 119.38 120.19 121.07 122.06 123.22 124.68 126.75 127.99 128.81 129.92

243

/i

MEAN

IST 2ND 3PD 5TH

10TH 15TH 20=1 257H 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TIH 60TH 65TH 7011H 75Th 807H 85TH 901H1 95TH 97TH 98TH 99'T1H

41.59 42.21 42.57 43.03 43.70 44.14 44.50 44.81 45.10 45.37 45.63 45.89 46.16 46.43 46.71 47.00 47.32 47.66 48.06 48.51 49.09 49.90 50.39 50.71 51.15

(91)

%EE-3J R-Fxj

UNIG-

The distance between the acri-nion landmark on the tip of the right shoulder and the olecranon landrark on the bottcm of the right elbow is measured with a beam caliper parallel to the long axis of the upper arm. The subject stands with the right upper arm hanging at the side and the elbow flexed 90 degrees. Mhe hand is straight and the palm faces in•,,-rd.

244

VARA=LE NW.

91--XXjUM-E$-l-EI

CW M=

EMI

MAIMS

umE SU'RY STATISTICS

T CE1R

ERS

'E

SUY1,M STATISTICS

INCHES

CENTINEIEERS

INCHES

34.62 0.07 1.19 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.63 0.03 0.47 0.02

37.18 0.08 1.73 0.06

32.10 38.40

MIN•MUM MAXIMUM

12.64 15.12

32.50 MINIMUM 42.50 MAXIMUM

COEFF. OF VARUATION SYiMA=-VE I KURIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

3.4% 0.61 3.14

MEAN SE(MAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

COEFF. OF VARIATION SU-EIRYVETA I KJTOSISVEM II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENrIIES CENTIMETERS INCHS

14.64 0.03 0.68 0.02 12.80 16.73 4.7% 0.06 2.86 487

PERCENILS CENIMETERS INCHES

32.26 32.55 32.72 32.93 33.24 33.45 33.62

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 157H 20TH

12.70 12.82 12.88 12.97 13.09 13.17 13.23

33.26 33.70 33.98 34.38 34.99 35.41 35.74

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15TH 20111

13.09 13.27 13.38 13.53 13.78 13.94 14.07

33.77 33.91 34.05 34.19 34.33 34.47 34.62 34.78 34.95 35.13 35.34 35.58 35.87 33.26 3•z.84 37.21 37.48

257H 30TH 35TH 40='I 45TH 301H 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TIH 75TH 80iH 85TH 90TIh 95Th 97TH 98'Th

13.29 13.35 13.41 13.46 13.51 13.57 13.63 13.69 13.76 13.83 13.91 14.01 14.12 14.27 14.50 14.65 14.76

36.02 36.28 36.52 36.74 36.96 37.18 37.39 37.61 37.84 ?8.08 38.34 38.63 38.98 39.41 40.08 40.52 40.85

25TH 30TH 35'1H 40MH 45TH 5011H 55TH 60TH 65TH 70IH 75TH 801H 85TH 90fH 95TH 977H 98TH

14.18 14.28 14.38 14.46 14.55 14.64 14.72 14.81 14.90 14.99 15.09 15.21 15.34 15.52 15.78 15.95 16.08

37.89

997H

14.92

41.38

99IH

16.29

245

(92)

ShMfIM

The surface side of the shoulder is ahead. The



IE=

distance be-ateen the trapezius landnark at the base of the neck and the acrcnion lar -rk on the tip of the right masured with a tape. Mhe subject stands lcoking straight shouIders ar4 upper extremities are relaxed.

( 4,-I

i.S

iii

245:

I)I

VARIABLE MO.

92--S1XtUIZR Ila-=

A

MAIES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CTIMETERS INCHES

THE SUIMMARY STATISTICS CENTPNEfERS INCHES

14.69 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN)

5.78 0.02

15.41 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN)

6.07 0.02

1.09 0.04

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.43 0.02

1.01 0.03

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.40 0.01

11.70

M2INIMUM

4.61

12.70

MINIMUM

5.00

18.20

MAXEMUJM

7.17

18.40

MAXINUM

7.24

COEFF. OF VARIATION

7.4%

C)EFF. OF VARIATION

6.6%

SYMMETRY--VETA I 1JTICIS--VETA II

0.06 3.13

SYMMETRY--VETA 1 IJfnWIS--VETA II

0.07 2.70

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

CIMET

NUMBER OF SUBJ-ECTS

ZCENG~TI1FSPECNIS INCHES

CETTE=

487

INCHES

11.99 12.37 12.60 12.89 13.30 13.57 13.78 13.95

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10Th 15TH 20TH 25TH

4.72 4.87 4.96 5.07 5.24 5.34 5.42 5.49

13.09 13.38 13.56 13.79 14.13 14.35 14.54 14.70

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 10Th 20TH 25TH

5.15 5.27 5.34 5.43 5.56 5.65 5.73 5.79

14.11 14.26

30TH 35TH

5.56 5.61

14.85 14.99

30TH 351H

5.85 5.90

14.40 14.54 14.67 14.81 14.95 15.09 15.25 15.42 15.61 15.83 16.12 16.53 16.80 16.98 17.26

40TIH 45TH 501H 55TH 601H 65TH 707H 75TH 8011 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

5.67 5.72 5.78 5.83 5.89 5.94 6.00 6.07 6.15 6.23 6.35 6.51 6.61 6.69 6.80

15.12 15.25 15.38 15.52 15.65 15.79 15.95 16.11 16.30 16.51 16.78 17.15 17.37 17.52 17.71

40M1 4 5TH 50rI55TH 60TH 65Th 701H 75TH 80'11 85TH 90111 95TH 97TH 98"H1 99T1H

5.95 6.00 6.06 6.11 6.16 6.22 6.28 6.34 6.42 6.50 6.60 6.75 6.84 6.90 6.97

247

V-

(93)

STITMG 1=,C{1

The vertical distance bet-.en a sitting surface and the tcp of the head is measured with an anthrcprneter. The subject sits erect withi the head in the Frankfort plane. The shculders and utper arns are relaxed and the forearms and hands are extended forward horizontally with the palTh facing each other. The thighs are parallel and the kxees are flexed 90 degrees with the feet in line with the thighs.

7th

reasurent is Tade at the

ma.dzmm point of quiet respiration.

/

.'4

/

tt

SIC,

248(

24 8

.

VAiUM

IM.

93--SITr1L

EGHT-

7E SUMMARY SUhTISAICS CERNTIMMMS IN=HE

U CM

SU94ARY SIATiSICS T0EM RS

88.28 0.15 2.80 0.11

MEAN SE(NEM.) ST DLVI SE(SD)

34.76 0.06 1.10 0.04

92.95 0.15 3.32 0.31

80.00 97.10

MNIFUM MAX-UJM

31.50 38.23

81.90 102.10

COOEFF. OF VARIAWT=ON SYMMEýIRY--VFIA I ILRISIS--VzrA II NUMEE

OF SUBJE=T

3.2% -0.02 3.07 334

[82.31



81.46 82.85 83.58 84.68 85.41 85.97 86.46 86.88 87.27 87.63 87.98 88.32 88.66 89.00 89.35 89.72 90.12 90.56 91.08 91.75 92.78 93.49 94.03 94.93

MINIME M =4

32.24 40.20 3.6% -0.25 3.14

NU1~OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCEZITLE CErim.E=E

IN={ 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1TH 15TH 20TIH 25TH 30TM 35TH 407H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 657H 70TH 75TH 80BH 85Tqhi 90111 95TH 97TH 98TH 9911-h

36.59 0.06 1.31 0.04

COEFF. OF VARIXFC•'1 SM4EYVETA I KNff cISVETA II

PERCE=IES CETLMETEI

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

32.07 32.40 32.62 32.90 33.34 33.63 33.85 34.04 34.21 34.36 34.50 34.64 34.77 34.91 35.04 35.18 35.32 35.48 35.66 35.86 36.12 36.53 36.81 37.02 37.38

84.40 85.56 86.28 87.23 88.63 89.54 90.24 90.83 91.35 91.82 92.26 92.68 93.09 93.49 93.90 94.31 94.75 95.21 95.73 96.32 97.07 98.18 98.92 99.47 100.35 249

IN=iF IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1MT 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 3511 40TH 45UT 5011 55TH 60TH 65Th 701H 75Th 80TH 85ME 90TH 959-h 97Th 98T-h 99TH

33.23 33.69 33.97 34.34 34.89 35.25 35.53 35.76 35.96 36.15 36.32 36.49 36.65 36.81 36.97 37.13 37.30 37.48 37.69 37.92 38.22 38.66 38.94 39.16 39.51

(94)

SLeeVE IP TGn:

SPIME-ELXid

The horizontal surface distance between the midspine larKmrk and the olecranon-center landnark on the tip of the raised elbow is measured with a tape. The measurement is inade while the subject holds his/her arms up in a horizontal position parallel to the standing surfac>_ and joins tlhem by bringing the fists together at the metacarpaphalangeal and proximal interphalangeal knuckles. The foreanr and fists are in a st-aight line.

A",

250

[J/ 25

N.

"

VARIAE NO).

94-S6=1E IE=:

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEITIMET4Bs INCHES

SPINE-EI

-

TlE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEN'rES INCHES

55.31 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN)

21.78 0.04

59.96 0.11

MIEAN SE(MEAN)

23.60 0.05

1.92 0.07

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.75 0.03

2.52 0.08

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.99 0.03

50.70

MIlNIMU4

19.96

52.10

MINIMUM

20.51

61.50

MAXIMUM

24.21

67.60

MAXIMU14

26.61

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMIERY--vLTA I IUJR'OSIS-'V=A II

3.5% 0.01 2.73

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KJRI'CIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTILES CNTI24EIS INCHES 50.98 51.42 51.71 52.12 52.79 53.25 53.63 53.97 54.27 54.54 54.81 55.07 55.32 55.58 55.84 56.10 56.38 56.68 57.01 57.38 57.84 58.49 58.89 59.16 59,57

1ST 2ND 3RnŽ 5TH 10Th 151h 20'1H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 501H 55TH 60Th 65TH 707H 75TH 80TH 85TH 901M95TH 971H 98TH 99TH

4.2% 0.12 3.14 487

PERCENTILES CEThIMTE INCHES

20.07 20.24 20.36 20.52 20.78 20.97 21.12 21.25 21.36 21.47 21.58 21.68 21.78 21.88 21.98 22.09 22.20 22.31 22.44 22.59 22.77 23.03 23.18 23.29 23.45

54.15 54.83 55.27 55.86 56.76 57.37 57.85 58.27 58.64 58.98 59.30 59.61 59.92 60.23 60.55 60.88 61.22 61.60 62.03 62.54 63.20 64.22 64.92 65.46 66.35

251

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101115THI 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 7011H 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99Th1

21.32 21.59 21.76 21.99 22.35 22.59 22.78 22.94 23.09 23.22 23.35 23.47 23.59 23.71 23.84 23.97 24.10 24.25 24.42 24.62 24.88 25.28 25.56 25.77 26.12

(95)

SLEEVE LMTH:

SPIE-SCYE

Me horizontal surface distance between the midspine lardrark and the right posterior-diagonal-scye lardnark at the back of the raised right arm near the armpit is 'asured with a tape. The measuremnt is rade while the subject holds his/her arms up in a horizontal position parallel to the

standing surface and joins them by bringing the fist+s together at the metacarpcphalangeal and proximal interphalangeal knuckles. The foreanrs and fist, are in a straight line.

-

,-

\\-4

li~

//



g252

.... ... /.

V

VAIA&

95--sUmm I

Im.

THE SULZAY SITAISTICS

SPINE-SCrZ

ow

•DPY SukTAISCS

21.31 0.07 1.29 0.05

MAN SE(ME) ST DEV SE(SD)

8.39 0.03 0.51 0.02

23.50 0.06 1.41 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

9.25 0.03 0.55 0.02

16.70 25.20

MrNIMU1 MAXTrhUM

6.57 9.92

19.50 28.60

MINIMUM MAXI'MEMU

7.68 11.26

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYW4E2RYVETA I YJRITOSISVEIA II NUMBER OF SUB3JEC

I

mil:

6.1% -0.24 3.63

COEFF. OF VARDATION SM=IRY---VE I NJRIMSISVEAI1

6.0% 0.09 3.31

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILES CNTNETPSINCHES 18.17 18.58 18.83 19.18 19.69 20.03 20.29 20.51 20.71 20.88 21.05 21.20 21.36 21.51 21.66 21.82 21.99 22.17 22.37 22.61 22.91 23.40 23.73 24.00 24.44

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20UH 25TH 301H 35TH 40TH 45Th 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80IH 85TH 90Th 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

PERCENTILES INCHES

7.15 7.31 7.42 7.55 7.75 7.89 7.99 8.08 8.15 8.22 8.29 8.35 8.41 8.47 8.53 8.59 8.66 8.73 8.81 8.90 9.02 9.21 9.34 9.45 9.62

20.27 20.58 20.80 21.13 21.66 22.03 22.32 22.57 22.79 22.99 23.17 23.35 23.52 23.69 23.86 24.04 24.22 24.41 24.63 24.88 25.21 25.74 26.12 26.43 26.98 253

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15TH 20ME 25TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50Th 55Th 60TH 65TH 70rTH 75Th 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99lT

7.98 8.10 8.19 8.32 8.53 8.67 8.79 8.89 8.97 9.05 9.12 9.19 9.26 9.33 9.40 9.46 9.53 9.61 9.70 9.80 9.93 10.13 10.28 10.41 10.62

[

~

~(96) SUE

flM:

PN-TrL

Mehori.?zontal surface distance frcam the rnidspine larxbark, across theI olecranon-c-nter landmark at the tip of the raised right elbow, to the dorsal wrist lanctdar-,c is reasured with a tape. The mieasure-nont is made while the subject holds his/her arrs qp in a horizontal position parallel at to the starding surface and joins then by bringing the fists tcgether the ietacarp phala-ngeal and proxia~al interpialangeal knuckles. The line. foreanns ard fists are in a straight

U..

,.: . S~~~~~'....

iii

254

[j

VAR

NOLE W. 96-S!.EEVE 1.NIN:

THE SUM•ARY STATISTICS ENTD4E` INCHES 82.57

SPI1,F-IRIST

THE S:UNMRY STATISTICS CENTME1F INCHES

,EAN

32.51

89.50

0.13 2.45 0.09

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.05 0.97 0.04

0.16 3.53 0.11 i

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.06 1.39 0.04

77.00 92.20

MINIMUM MAKXMJM

30.31 36.30

79.60 100.20

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

31.34 39.45

CnEFF. OF VARIATION SYEIRYlVE I KIRDOIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

35.24

3.0% 0.33 3.09

COEFF. OF VFuIA--ON SYMMEMYVETA I IURTISISVETA II

3.9% 0.15 2.98

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTIES CE=ITII

MEAN

PERCENTILES CENTIMFY INCHIZ

INCE ET

77.62 78.06

1ST 2ND

30.56 30.73

78.36 78.79 79.50 80.01 80.44

81.83 82.57

3RD 5TH 1Mqh 15TH 20MH

30.85 31.02 31.30 31.50 31.67

1ST 2ND

32.21 32.51

83.08 83.80 84.98 85.81 86.47

3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH

32.71 32.99 33.46 33.78 34.04

80.82 81.17 81.50

25TH 30TH 35TH

31.82 31.96 32.09

81.32 82.14 82.16 82.78 83.11 83.45 83.82 84.22 84.68 85.20 85.87 86.84 87.46 87.90 88.57

87.06 87.58 88.07

40MH 45TH 507H 55TH 60TH 65IH 70TM 75TH 8011 85Th 9011 95TH 97TH 98Trrh 997H

25TH 30TH 35TH

32.21 32.34 32.46 32.59 32.72 32.86 33.00 33.16 33.34 33.54 33.81 34.19 34.43 34.61 34.87

34.27 34.48 34.67

88.54 88.99 89.44 89.89 90.34 90.82 91.32 91.86 92.48 93.19 94.10 95.48 96.41 97.11 98.24

40TH 45TH 50TH 55Th 6011 65TH 70TH 75TH 80T1 85TH 90TM 95TH 97TH 98ThA 99TH

34.86 35.03 35.21 35.39 35.57 35.76 35.95 36.17 36.41 36.69 37.05 37.59 37.96 38.23 38.68

255

(97)

SIEEME CUTSM

n the acrcrion lancbrark on the tip of the The straight-line distance bet right shculder and tne stylion lardark on the right wrist is measured with a tape. The subject stands erect with bo-h anrs straight at the sides and the palms facing forward.

125

256

'%-fRIAE

NO.

97--SIEM

GU.I'

THE StL4ARY SIATISTICS 56.09

MEAN

TH SLZRY STAT=SfS

22.08

60.14

MEAN

23.68

0.11 1.94 0.07

SE(M•AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.04 0.76 0.03

0.14 2.99 0.10

SE(MEAN) ST 1EV SE(SD)

0.05 1.18 0.04

51.50 64.10

MITTM MA)QX21M

20.28 25.24

53.00 MIN1THM 68.40 MXJI]4

20.87 26.93

CDEFF. OF VAR1ATION SYWUETRY- VE9A I IRIURMSISVE]MA II

3.5% 0.66 3.81

NUMER OF SUBJECITS

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM YVEI. I I]URlOSISVEIA II

334

NUMER OF SUBJECITS

PERCENISTIIES

CNIETR 52.61 52.80 52.97 53.25 53.76 54.14 54.46 54.74 55.00 55.21 55.47 55.70 55.93 56.16 56.40 56.65 56.92 57.22 57.57 58.00 58.58 59.56 60.29 60.90 61.97

1ST

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20ME 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50Th 55TH 60MH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80-ITH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97=H 98TH 99TH

INCHES

CETMTR

20.71 20.79 20.85 20.96 21.16 21.31 21.44 21.55 21.65 21.75 21.84 21.93 22.02 22.11 22.20 22.30 22.41 22.53 22.67 22.83 23.06 23.45 23.74 23.97 24.40

53.74 54.27 54.66 55.24 56.22 56.92 57.50 58.01 58.46 58.89 59.30 59. 69 60.08 60.47 60.87 61.27 61.70 62.17 62.69 63.29 64.06 65.21 65.98 66.56 67.51 257

5.0% 0.14 2.73 487

INCHES 1ST

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TM 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 401H 45TH 50'IH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 807% 85Th 90TH 95Th 97TH 98Th 991ii

21.16V 21.37 21.52 21.75 22.13 22.41 22.64 22.84 23.02 23.19 23.35 23.50 23.65 23.81 23.96 24.12 24.29 24.48 24.68 24.92 25.22 25.67 25.98 26.20 26.58

(98)

SPAN

The distance between the tips of the middle fingers of the horizontally outstretched arms is mreasured on a wall chart. The subject stands erect with his/her back against a wall-munted scale and with the heels together. Both a=rm and hands are stretched horizontally against a back wall with the tip of the middle finger of one hand just touching a side A block is placed Swall. at the tip of the middle finger of the other hand to establish the measurerent on the scale. The Izasuremnt is taken at the mximn point of quiet respiraticn.

258K

258

VARIPALE WO.

98--SPAN

S•,Q

MALES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS IN's CNTME S

THE [email protected] STATISTICS INaiES CENIMETERS 170.76 0.26 4.83 0.19

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

67.23 0.10 1.90 0.07

182.79 0.35 7.74 0.25

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

71.96 0.14 3.05 0.10

164.00 193.30

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

64.57 76.10

159.60 205.60

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

62.83 80.94

CODEFF. OF VARIATION SYN-TRYVETA I VETA II KUJIWIS-

2.3% 0.95 4.06

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMM=YVETA I VETA II KrjInSISNUMBER OF SUBJTECT

4.2% 0.06 2.67 487

PERCEhN•ILES CEIMTERS INCHES

PERCENTILES INCHES CINTIEI 163.91 164.07 164.23 164.55 165.15 165.69 166.39 167.04 167.62 168.11 168.57 169.15 169.80 170.68 171.39 172.04 172.64 173.46 174.50 175.74 178.20

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10fH 15Th 20TF1 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50TH 55TH 60FIH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH

64.53 64.59 64.66 64.78 65.02 65.23 65.51 65.76 65.99 66.18 66.37 66.59 66.85 67.20 67.48 67.73 67.97 68.29 68.70 69.19 70.16

166.32 167.74 168.74 170.21 172.69 174.49 175.97 177.28 178.47 179.58 180.65 181.68 182.71 183.74 184.78 185.85 186.98 188.19 189.53 191.06 192.94

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30IH 35Trh 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Mh 65TH 70TH 75TH 801H 85TH 90TH

65.48 66.04 66.43 67.01 67.99 68.70 69.28 69.79 70.26 70.70 71.12 71.53 71.93 72.34 72.75 73.17 73.61 74.09 74.62 75.22 75.96

180.08 180.75 182.19 183.58

95TH 97T71 98KI 999TH

70.90 71.16 71.73 72.28

195.61 197.25 198.41 200.13

95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

77.01 77.66 78.11 78.79

259

(99)

STA

E

The vertical distance frcm a standing surface to the top of the head is measured with an anthrcmreter. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and uper extremities are relaxed. The Teasuieent is taken at the iaxi-mm, point of quiet respiration.

/ *

2

/

260

ti

VARIAELE L.

99-SIATdUE

FMAIMES

THE SUMMARY STATSISTICS

/

MIE SU3RY SQMSISTICS

nEsiTME1R INCES

CENTIET

INC!HES

168.02 0.25 4.52 0.17

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

66.15 0.10 1.78 0.07

177.10 0.29 6.47 0.21

MEAN SE(NFA•) ST MV SE(SD)

69.73 0.12 2.55 0.08

156.20 187.00

MINIMUM MAWIMUM

61.50 73.62

157.90 194.10

MINDUM MAXDM

62.17 76.42

COEFF. OF VARIATIOC SYMMETRYVETA I IqJRIWISVETA II

2.7% 0.38 3.62

COEFF. OF VARIATIC SYMIETRY- VETA I KIRRItOST-- VETA II

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMEEP. OF SUBJECTS

ENT

PERCENTILES RS INCHES

3.7% -0.07 2.82 -87

PERCENTILES CENTIME =. INCHES

157.29 159.07

1ST 2ND

61.92 62.63

161.85 163.66

1ST 2-ND

63.72 64.43

160.03 161.17 162.68 163.60 164.32 164.94 165.51 166.04 166.57 167.10 167.64 168.20 168.78 169.41 170.09 170.85 171.72 172.75 174.06 175.95 177.08 177.83 178.80

3RD 5TH 109 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TII 70Th 75Th 80TH 851H 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99T1

63.00 63.45 64.05 64.41 64.69 64.94 65.16 65.37 65.58 65.79 66.00 66.22 66.45 66.70 66.96 67.26 67.61 68.01 68.53 69.27 69.72 70.01 70.39

164.80 166.33 168.69 170.29 171.55 172.65 173.64 174.56 175.43 176.27 177.11 177.95 178.80 179.67 180.60 181.59 182.69 183.96 185.52 187.75 189.11 190.06 191.44

3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 401H 45Th 50Th 55Th 6ME 65TH 70TH~ 757h 8011! 85Th 90i!I 95Th 97Th 9STH 99TH

64.88 65.49 66.41 67.04 67.54 67.97 68.36 68.72 69.07 69.40 69.73 70.06 70.39 70.74 71.10 71.49 71.93 712.42 73.04 73.92 74.45 74.83 75.37

j

261

71

(100)

STRAeP

M=,

The surface distance from the right bustpoint lard-mark on women or the right nipple (thelien) on men across the back of the neck to the left bustpoint or nipple is measured with a tape passing over the left and right lateral neck lailnarks. ThŽ subject stands erect with the he-ad in the Frankfort plane. The shoulders and upper extremities are relaxed. The measurement is made at the maxirimm point of quiet respiration.

< i

...

~I

"/ " [,J.

jig

262

SL~

/{

I

VARIABIE WO. 100-STIRAP I1.... MALES

FEMAIES

ThE SUV•ARY STATISTICS

ME SUMM1ARY STATISI

69.28 0.26 4.68 0.18

MEAN SE(MEAN)

27.28 0.10

71.93 0.16

MEAN SE(MEFN)

28.32 0.06

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.84 0.07

3.58 0.11

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.41 0.05

57.70 86.70

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

22.72 34.13

61.90 82.70

MINIMUM MAXDIMU

24.37 32.56

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMEIRY•--VETA I

6.7% 0.37

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMBRY- VETA I

5.0% 0.22

KURIOSIS-

VETA II

3.36

1TJRIOSIS-

2.85

OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBE

i•

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERMURI ES

.

*

487

PERCENTILES

[CENI'TMEIESIaE

F,

VETA II

EVlm=INCIIES

58.82

IST

23.16

63.99

1ST

25.19

60.18

2ND

23.69

64.98

2ND

25.58

61.00 62.04 63.58 64.59 65.39 66.03 66.71

3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH

24.01 24.43 25.03 25.43 25.74 26.02 26.26

65.57 66.33 67.47 68.24 68.85 69.39 69.89

3RD 5TH 10TH 151H 20ITH 25TH 30'1H

25.81 26.11 26.56 26.86 27.11 27.32 27.51

67.30

35Th

26.49

70.36

35TH

27.70

67.86 68.•42 6r.98 69.55 70.14 70.76 71.43 72.17 73.02 74.04 75.36 77.38 78.73 79.73 81.31

40Th 45TH 5011 55Th 60Th 65Th{ 70TH 75TH 80TH &5TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

26.72 26.94 27.16 27.38 27.61 27.86 28.12 28.41 28.75 29.15 29.67 30.47 31.00 31.39 32.01

70.81 71.26 71.71 72.18 72.65 73.16 73.70 74.29 74.96 75.75 76.74 78.18 79.07 79.69 80.57

40TH 45TH 50111 55Th 60Th 65TH 70TH 751H 80Th 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

27.88 28.05 28.23 28.42 28.60 28.80 29.01 29.25 29.51 29.82 30.21 30.73 31.13 31.37 31.72

263

t

f

(101)

SES

TE~m

E Fma3T

The vertical distance bet.en a standing surface and the suprasternale larndark on the notch at the top of the breastbcne is m easured with an anthropcmeter. T-he subject stanids erect looking straight ahead. The heels are together with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders and uoper extremities are relaxed. The measur•,•rnt is zade at

the maximum point of quiet respiration.

ri/

264

.:,

/

/

:

VARIABLE N3. 101--SUFAST

AE HRIG=IG

FEMAAUS

MAIES

'JEE SUMMA!RY STATISTICS

T{E SUM2MARY STATISTICS

SINC=ES

INC=S

ChIME

137.03 0.22 3.93 0.15

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

53.95 0.08 1.55 0.06

144.88 0.25 5.62 0.18

MFAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

57.04 0.10 2.21 0.07

126.40

MINIMUM MAXIM4UM

49.76 60.55

126.30 160.20

MINIMUM 74 MJ

49.72 63.07

"153.80

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMME"RY---VLTA 1 KIURMOSIS--VIETA II

N[U4BTER OF SUBYTECTS

COEFF. OF VARIATION

2.9% 0.43 3.64

SY•i*TRY---VETA

KURITSIS-VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2CYIH 25TH 30111 35111 40111 45Th 50TH 55111 60MH 65TH 70TH 75Th 80TH 85TH 9011 95Th 97TH 98TH

146.70

99TH

2.79

487

INCHES

l

IC;CrIME

128.41 129.54 130.20 131.05 132.30 133.12 133.78 134.35 134,87 135.37 135.84 136.31 136.'•z 137.28 137.78 138.31 138.88 139.52 140.24 141.09 142.19 143.81 144.85 145.59

3.9%

-0.00

PERCENILES

P•,ENTILES CENr7TIINCHS

1

50.56 51.00 51.26 51.60 52.09 52.,41 52.67 52.89 53.10 53.29 53.48 53.67 53.85 54.05 54.24 54.45 54.68 54.93 55.21 55.55 55.98 56.62 57.03 57.32 .57.76

265

131.71 133.35 134.35 135.66 137.65 138.99 140.05 140.98 141.82 142.61 143.36 144.10 144.84 145.58 146.33 147.11 147.93 148.82 149.81 150.93 152.31 154.19 155.27 155.97

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Thi 20Th 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50qH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70TH 75Th 80T1 85TH 90'1T{ 95TH 97Th 98H{

51.86 52.50 52.89 53.41 54.19 54.72 55.14 55.50 55.84 56.15 56.44 56.73 57.02 57.31 57.61 57.92 58.24 58.59 58.98 59.42 59.96 60.71 61.13 61.41

156.87

99TH

61.76

(102)

f

'11211 RIB

=TIGf

Te vertical distance between a standing surface and the tenth rib lardrnruk at the bottom of the right side of the rib cage is reasured with ananthropcgrter. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead. The heels are teejother wit), the weight distributed equally on both feet. The shoulders aiyd upper extremities are relaxed. The measureirent is im~de at

the imaximm point. of quiet respiration.f

40 26

VARIAH=E N.

102-'TaM RIB HEIC•l

FAIES

NUS

THE SUNMRY STATISTIC CENTIMIE'ES INCHES

THE SUMMRY STATISTICS ENTE INCHES

107.31 0.19 3.45 0.13

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

42.25 0.07 1.36 0.05

112.13 0.21 4.74 0.15

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

44.14 0.08 1.86 0.06

98.30 119.70

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

38.70 47.13

99.20 124.90

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

39.06 49.17

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KURIOSISVETA !1 NUMlBER OF SUBJECTS

3.2% 0.40 3,32

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I KUPTOSISVETA II

4.2% 0.04 2.83

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILF3

PERCENIF_3 CENTIMrPS INCHES

INCHES

SCENTIMTERS

100.00 100.97 101.53 102.22 103.23 103.89

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH

39.37 39.75 39.97 40.25 40.64 40.90

100.97 102.36 103.22 104.35 106.05 107.18

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH

39.75 40.30 40.64 41.08 41.75 42.20

104.42 104.90 105.34 105.76 1C6.17 106.59 107.01 107.45 107.90 108.39 108.92 109.50 110.18 110.97 112.00 113.50 114.43 115.08 116.00

20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 35TH 907H 95TH 97TH 98Th 99Mh

41.11 41.30 41.47 41.64 41.80 41.96 42.13 42.30 42.48 42.67 42.88 43.11 43.38 43.69 44.09 44.68 45.05 45.31 45.67

108.08 108.85 109.55 110.20 110.83 111.43 112.03 112.64 113.26 113.90 114.58 115.33 116.16 117.12 118.34 120.12 121.24 122.03 123.22

20TH 25TH 30TH 35Td 4C0fH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH{ 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99T1

42.55 42.86 43.13 43.39 43.63 43.87 44.11 44.35 44.59 44.84 45.11 45.40 45.73 46.11 46.59 47.29 47.73 48.04 48.51

267

(103)

THI-I C•IF•=

2

The circmnference of the right thigh at its juncture with the buttock is measured with a tape. The reasureYnt is rade r-expendicular to the long axis of the thigh. The subject standz erect with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The legs a''• rpread apert just enough so that the thighs do not touch.

,! / /

•i

/

26P

/

.

/'h

:

S~263

II

V

WTRIAEIE, N.

103-THIQH

=

FI•4AIES

AS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENflIM INCHES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CIME= INCHES

58.75 0.25

MEAN SE(MEAN)

23.13 0.10

59.44 0.19

SE(M.EAN)

23.40 0.08

4.57 0.1i

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.80 0.07

4.30 0.14

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.69 0.05

48.00 72.60

MINfl4UM MAXIMUM

18.90 28.58

46.60 78.20

MlI]TMEM MXIMUM

18.35 30.79

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM=EIRY--VETA I KURITSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJFCIS

7.8% 0.32 3.16

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRYVETA I RPITOSIS-VEr2A II

7.2% 0.16 3.50

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCINIlES CNI•• M= INCHES 5

MEAN

PERCENTILES CETMIR INCHES

48.24 49.68 50.52

IST 2ND 3RD

12.99 19.56 189

49.77 50.85 51.54

1ST 2ND 3RD

19.59 20.02 20.29

51.59 53.13 54.12 54.91 55.59 56.20 56.78 57.34 57.89 58.44 59.01 59.60 60.23 60.91 61.66 62.53 63.56 64.91 66.99 68.36 69.38 70.97

5TH 10TH 15Th 20TIh 25TH 3301H 35Th 407TH 45Ti 50TH 55TH60Th 65Th 7071 75Tf-l 80TH 857Th 90=1 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

20.31 20.92 21.31 21.62 21.88 22.13 22.35 22.57 22.79 23.01 23.23 23.47 23.71 23.98 24.28 24.62 25.02 25.56 26.37 26.92 27.32 27.94

52.50 53.98 55.00 55.81 56.52 57.15 57.74 58.30 58.84 59.38 59.92 60.47 61.03 61.63 62.28 63.01 63.84 64.90 66.45 67.44 68.17 69.29

5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 401H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 707H 75TH 80TH 85TH 90(IH 95Th 97TH 987Y 99TH

23.67 21.25 21.65 21.97 22.25 22.50 22.73 22.95 23.17 23.38 23.59 23.81 24.03 24.26 24.52 24.81 25.13 25.55 26.16 26.55 26.84 27.28

269

f

//

(104)

UMGd ClEARPc

The vertical distance between a sitting surface and the highest point on the top of the right thigh is reasured with an anthrtpxreter. The subject sits with the thighs parallel, knees flexed 90 degrees, and the feet in line with the thighs.

14

270

VARIABLE NO. 104-THIGf

CIýR

FEMmAES

)MIES

/

THE SUMMARY STAMISTICS CETMIR INCHEFS

ThE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIM2E=S INCHES

15.95

M1EAN

6.28

16.79

0.07 1.26 0.05

MEAN

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.61

0.03 0.50 0.02

0.05 1.10 0.04

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.02 0.43 0.01

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

5.08 8.11

13.60 20.90

MINIMUM MAXIMt74

5.35 8.23

12.90 20.60

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY=VETA I FURSItISVETA II

7.9% 0.50

NUMBER OF SUBTECIS

334

PERCENTILES

CENIME

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMErRYVETA I KIJRIUSIS--VETA II

3.37

NUMBER OF SUBJTECI

6.5% 0.10 3.11

487

PERCENTIIES CENTfIMETERS INCHES

INCHES

13.47 13.68 13.83 14.05 14.41 14.67 14.88 15.07 15.24 15.40

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10ITH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH

5.30 5.39 5.45 5.53 5.67 5.78 5.86 5.93 6.00 6.06

14.31 14.57 14.75 14.99 15.37 15.63 15.84 16.03 16.19 16.35

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30IH 35TH

15.55 15.70 15.86 16.01 16.17 16.34 16.51 16.71 16.94 17.22 17.58 18.16 18.57 18.90 19.45

5.63 5.74 5.81 5.90 6.05 6.15 6.24 6.31 6.38 6.44

40MH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70 Th 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

6.12 6.18 6.24 6.30 6.37 6.43 6.50 6.58 6.67 6.78 6.92 7.15 7.31 7.44 7.66

16.49 16.64 16.78 16.92 17.06 17.21 17.36 17.53 17.72 17.93 18.20 10.61 18.86 19.05 19.35

40Th 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH 8011 857H 901H 95TH 977TH 98Th 99TH

6.49 6.55 6.60 6.66 6.72 6.77 6.84 6.90 6.97 7.06 7.17 7.32 7.43 7.50 7.62

271

"

.

.L

(105)

MUM LEM M

The n-aximnn breadth of the right thu~b perpandicular to its lorq axis is measured with a Holtain caliper. The thumb is straight and held away from the hand at ahoft a 45-degree angle.

272'

!'

'

3

---

272

7,

~~VAZEABI

--

ND. 105-03-M'!

ERXMl{

THE SUMMARY STATICS CENTrn4EITRS IN={ES

M4E SUXY CuI•METPS

STATISTICS INCHES

2.08 0.01 0.11 0.00

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.82 0.00 0.04 0.00

2.38 0.01 0.13 0.00

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.94 0.00 0.05 0.00

1.80 2.40

M MAXIIDM

0.71 0.94;

2.00 2.80

MINDMIM MAX'4UM

0.79 1.10

COEFF. OF VAR.AION SYMMEIRYVETA I KJRI)IS--VE`CA II

5.4% 0.20 2.55

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I 1JRrcSIS----VETA II

5.3% 0.10 2.88

NUMBER OF SUBJ=S

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

/

PERCENTILES CEN-TIMETERS INC=E 1.85 1.87 1.88 -1.90 1.93 1.96 1.98 2.00 2.01 2.03 2.05 2.06 2.08 2.10 2.11 2.13

"2.15 2.17 2.19 2.21 2.24 2.28 2.31 2.33 2.35

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2Q11! 257Th 30 I1 35TH 4UQ1! 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 951-li 97TH 98Th 99TH

PERCENTIIES CETIETRS INCTIES

0.73 0.74 0.74 0.75 0.76 0.77 0.78 0.79 0.79 0.80 0.81 0.81 0.82 0.82 0.83 0.84 0.84 0.85 0.86 0.87 0.88 0.90 0.91 0.92 0.93

2.10 2.14 2.16 2.18 2.23 2.25 2.28 2.29 2.31 2.33 2.35 2.36 2.38 2.40 2.41 2.43 2.45 2.47 2.50 2.52 2.56 2.60 2.63 2.65 2.67

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50QH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70M1 75TH 80TH 85TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98TH 99T-hlH

0.83 0.84 0.85 0.86 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.91 0.92 0.92 0.93 0.94 0.94 0.95 0.96 0.96 0.97 0.98 0(99 1.01 1.02 1.04 1.04 1.05

273 t'.

(106)

'IUJM3rP REAM

The horizontal distance from a back wall to the tip of the right thimb is

measured on a wall scale.

The subject stards erect in a corner looking

straight ahead with the feet together ard the heels 20 cm from the back wall. The buttocks and shoulders are against the ;all. The right arm and hand, palm down, are stretched forward horizontally along a ,cale on the side wall. The thumb contirues the horizontal line of the arm and the index finger curves around to touch the pad at the end of thurb. Tfhe subject's right shoulder is held against the rear wall.

t~

SIJ

p

-1

1-A



I 1/

r'',J

/

/< I !

VRTABLE".0.

106-'-flUMBTTP 1,REAM

MNtES

FEMUM~

1-T-E STIVARY STTIMCS

CrnMm

S2.57

*

75.02 0.14

THE SUMMRY STATISTICS,

Di= nE~rLM

IN=

MEAN SE(PAN)

80.48 0.17

MEN SE(MFAN)

31.68 0.07

0.10

ST MEN SE (SD)

29,53 0.06

69.10 83.70

MNIT4 0AXIMUM

27.20 32.95

70.50 92.60

MINIIMUM4 MAXM

27.76 36.46

CODEFF.

OF VARIAPTION

3.79 0.12

3.4%

COEFF. OF VAPJATION

0.44

SYNETRY-

VETA II

3.13

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

70.36

VEEA

I

LJRIIOSIS-VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECT

PER=IE~IS ER 121CHES

,/.I

W DEV SE(SD)

I

SYMIEIRY--VETA 1UJSIS--

1.01 0.04

PURcOMIUS CU=T=

1.49 0.05

4.7%

0.16 3.04

487 -TN=!ii:.i~

27.70

72.78

IST

28.65

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25-H 30YH

27.78 27.86 27.99 28.26 28.46 28.64 28.80 28.94

73.06 73.42 74.09 75.40 76.39 77.20 77.91 78.53

2ND 3PD 5Th 10UH 151H 20TH 25TH 3CYIH

28.76 28.90 29.17 29.68 30.08 30.39 30.67 30.92

73.87

35TH

29.08

79.09

35Th

31.14

74.20 74.53 74.86 75.19 75.53 75.88 76.26 76.66 77.12 77.65 78.34 79.40

40Th 45Th 5 TIH 55TH 60T 65TH 70Th 75Th 80TH{ 65TH 90T95TH

29.21 29.34 29.47 29.60 29.74 29.88 30.02 30.18 30.36 30.57 30.84 31.26

79.62 80.12 80.59 81.06 81.51 81.97 82.44 82.95 83.51 84.1.6 85.03 86.49

40UM 457H 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH H0Th 85TH 90TH 95Th

31.35 31.54 31.73 31.91 32.09 32.27 32.46 32.66 32.88 33.13 33.47 34.05

80.13

97Tih

31.55

87.63

97TH

34.50

80.68 81.61

98Th 99TH

31.77 32.13

88.62 90.47

93M. 9-IH

34.89 35.62

70.56 70.76 71.10 71.77 72.30 72.74 73.15 73.52

275

*

;...

""/• 2

'

"'-"

[

'

(107)Tmanim=01

.ýIm

The vertical distance bet- c,ýn a stan-ting surffacn ard4 tha!: trodianterion larcimark on the upper sid~e of ihe ric'ht thic~h is meassurpd with an[ anthropcmeter. Th.e subject stan-ds erect icokim straight ahead. The heels are together with the weight distr~bhit~ed equally on both fee-t.

~-meiHek i

npciu;rcz 2

*LJ

VflE SLZRY SnI= CS CE T=IETEFS INCES

ME SUISRY SI'I csc CM1TE!-imm S LNC-S

88.24 0.15 2.82 0.11

EAN SE U..N) ST BV SE(SDC)

34.74 0.06 1.11 0.04

92.17 0.20 4.35 0.14

ZEAN SEoIN) ST DEV SE(SD)

36.29 0.08 1.71 0.05

81.70 101.00

IMMDIM MA)XI4

32.17 39.76

82.20 103.80

XMINfM! MAXWIJ

32.36 40.87

COEFF. OF VARIAT1CN SYKý -- EMA I KjRdWtDISVETA II NUMBE

OF SUTBJS

3.2% 0.65 4.23

CDEFF. OF VARflC•N SYW=EDRY- VFA I FMBISISVZA II

334

NIZMU

PERCEaITS CERTIM.TE= I21CHES

OF SUBJ

4.7% 0.26 2.73

S

487

PERCETITS C&=m=II•

INMES

82.69 83.22 83.57 84.06 84.85 85.41 85.86 86.27 86.64 86.99 87.33 87.67 88.01 83.35

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10M{ 15TH 2MIH 25TH 301H 35TH 4CflH 45T,1 5(MT1 55T71

32.56 32.77 32.90 33.10 33.41 33.63 33.81 33.96 34.11 34.25 34.38 34.52 34.65 34.79

82.89 83.97 84.62 85.47 86.77 87.66 88.39 89.04 89.63 90.20 90.76 91.31 91.87 92.44

MST 2ND 3RD 5rh 1MTH 15TH 2TIh 25'111 3MYH 35TH 401H 45'1'1 5¢0TI 55I, T

32.64 33.06 33.32 33.65 34.16 34.51 34.80 35.05 35.29 35.51 35.73 35.95 36.17 36.39

88.71

60TH 6 ý{1 7 (ill 75TH 80TH{ 851il{ 9CM! 9571 97'r1 983-11 99IKE

34.93 35.07 35.23 35.41 35.61 35.85 36.17 36. 66 37. 0 37.25 37.66

93.04 93.66 94.34 95.03 95.92 96.90 98.14 99.93 101.03 101.78 102.84

60TiH 657111 79M• 7 5'lq 8 1111 857111 90r,1! 95TH 9 TIM 93aTh 99Wi

36.63 36.87 37.14 37.43 37.76 33.15 38.64 39.34 39.77 40.07 40.49

89.09

89.49 89.94 90.46 91.07 91.88 93.12 93.97 94.61 95.66

277

(108)

VE1'ICAL MI3IJK MT-C-F-Rz"-CE (ASCC)

The vertical circunfererce of the torso is rasured with a tape passing between the buttocks, to the right of the genitalia, over the right bustpoint landmark on women or the nipple (thelion) on men, and across the

midshoulder lar&1mark. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead with the right arm harning relaxed at the side. The heels are together with the weight distributed eually on both feet. The reasurexrent is taken at the midpoint of quiet respiration. Aircrew Standardization Coordinating Co n

-ttee

I7F

j

r

\ 1

/k

37 273

VARIAE

THE SU1M CENTIETE=S

NO. 108-VEITCAL ']ITZý C=*I

STATiSICS INCmS

MN=

(ASCC)

THE SIMMARY STATISTICS CIENET RIMES

153.47 0.33 6.11 0.24

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

60.42 0.13 2.40 0.09

161.10 0.30 6.69 0.21

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

63.42 0.12 2.64 0.08

137.50 174.00

MMIIMUM MAXCLMR

54.13 68.50

135.00 180.30

MDIMU MAXIMUM

53.15 70.98

ODEFF. OF VARPATICN SYMEYVET I KUREOISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

4.0% 0.38 3.32

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY=RYrVETA I 1J•aMISVETA II

4.2% 0.00 3.14

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCEIIUS CNTLMETE INCHES 140.94 142.10 142.91 144.07 145.97 147.31 148.37 149.31 150.15 150.93 151.68 152.40 153.13 153.86 154.61 155.39 156.23 157.17 158.24 159.53 161.27 164.11 166.18 167.84 170.72

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Ii 15IH 20IH 25Th3C/0H 35TH 40TH 451H 5cMi 55TH 60Th 65Th 70TH 757h 801H 85Th 9 M,1 95Tnh 97TI 9874 971H

PEiEN.IIRS CEqmE1TERS RIMElVS

55.49 55.95 56.26 56.72 57.47 57.99 58.42 58.78 59.11 59.42 59.72 60.00 60.29 60.58 60.87 61.18 61.51 61.83 62.30 62.81 63.49 64.61 65.42 66.08 67.21

145.97 147.70 148.81 150.32 152.66 154.25 155.51 156.60 157.58 158.48 159.34 160.18 161.00 161.83 162.67 163.54 164.46 165.46 166.59 167.90 169.57 172.09 173.75 174.99 176.98 279

1ST 2ND 3PD 5TH 10Th 15Th 207H 25TH 3011 351.H 40111 4niT1 50MH 55Th 6(YrH 65Mi! 70T1H 751H 80Th 85T1h 9(T1 95711 97111 98-01 99TH

57.47 58.15 58,59 59.18 60.10 60.73 61.22 61.65 62.04 62.39 62.73 63.06 63.39 63.71 64.04 64.39 64.75 65.14 65.59 66. 10 66.76 67.75 68.41 68.90 69.68

(109)

V1=~CAL T-CIr

TJC

TJ\

The vertical circmfererce of the torso is rm sured with a tape passing over the maxininn protrusion of the right buttock, to the right of the genitalia, over the right bustpoint lanctark on wcmen or the nipple (thelion) on men, arnd across the midshoulder lardtrk. The subject stands erect looking straight ahead with the right arm hrnginr relaxed at the side. The heels are tog-tlher with the weight distributed equally on both feet. The meaeurarmnt is taken at the iraxL--zn point of quiet respiration. oU.S.

Army

V

j

2

280

VAAIZ

E NM.

109-V--WtTC2AL

(tMA)

CnXDTK

FgJ.US

WAlES

THE SubMARY STlAISTICS CENTIMETERS INCH-ES

'111E SW9MA CEN'!IMETERS

STISTICS INCHES

157.77 0.34 6.2"' 0.24

MEAN SE(EMAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

62.11 0.13 2.47 0.10

165.60 0.31 6.86 0.22

141.90 177.30

1INIMEJM [email protected]

55o87 69.80

137.80 MINIMUlM 184.80 MAXflU

MFAN SE(14EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

65.20 0.12 2.70 0.09 54.25 72.76

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I IqJRICSISVEITA II

4.0% 0.31 3.20

Ca)EFF. OF VARIATI(JN SYM21ETRYVETA I KURIUISVETA II

4.1% -0.04 3.21

NUMBER OF SUBYaECTS

334

NUMm-'1 OF SUBJECTS

487

CEN

PERCMEPRIINS ETS INCHES

144.15 145.72 146.70 148.03 150.06 151.43 152.53 153.48 154.34 155.14 155.91 156.66 157.41 158.18 158.96 159.79 160.68 161.66 162.79 164.13 165.91 168.69 170.61 172.08 174.51

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH I1flH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55'1TI 60MH 65TH 70TH 70--Th 7 80TH 85Th 90111 957H 97TH 98TH 99Th

CINTIMETERS

56.75 57.37 57.76 58.28 59.08 59.62 60.05 60.42 60.76 61.08 61.38 61.68 61.97 62.27 62.58 62.91 63.26 63.65 64.09 64.62 65.32 66.41 67.17 67.75 68.71

149.90 151.72 152.88 154.46 156.89 158.54 159.84 160.98 161.99 162.94 163.83 164.70 165.56 166.42 167.30 168.20 169.16 170.19 171.35 172.70 174.40 176.91 178.53 179.72 181.57 281

INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20i1H 25TH 30TH 35TH 4 07H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 701H 75TH 80Mh 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99Th

59.02 59.73 60.19 60.81 61.77 62.42 62.93 63.38 63.78 64.15 64.50 64.84 65.18 65.52 65.86 66.22 66.60 67.01 67.46 67.99 68.66 69.65 70.29 70.76 71.49

(1-10)

f ,.

WA

-JST~XII I07~U (TITAqU'R-AL

=N=?M~CN)

The surface distance bet,;een the cervica-le larntrar-k on the back of the.1 neck and the posterior-wai-st (natural ind1entat ion) landmrk is measured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. Th e shoulders and upper extrezunties are relaxed. The treasuremant is taken at the nrax.i=r point of quiet res-piration.

282

VARIAHlE NO. 13,0I

IST B= IM=

(WNIAL flDl=CV)

EMM

mumE

THE SUMMARY sr STICS C(mIMENTERS INCHES 38.21 MEAN 15.04 0.13 SE(MEAN) 0.05 2.30 0.09

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.90 0.03

31.90 47.70

N2IN=4L7h MAXIMk M

12.56 18.78

COEFF. OF VAWRATION SYMMIRYVETA I KIJSISVETA Ii

32.81 33.61 34.06 34.64 35.44 35.96 36.35 36.69 37.00 37.28 37.56 37.82 38.10 38.37 38.66 38.96 39.28 39.64 40.05 40.54 41.18 42.15 42.79 43.26 43.98

2.12 0.07

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.83 0.03

36.30 MDT= 49.30 MAXIMUM

14.29 19.41

6.0% 0.30 3.63

OOEFF. OF VARI=iITON SYMMETRYVEEIA I IqJrISVEIT II

5.0% 0.02 3.03

334

NUMBER OF SUB=ECIS

487

NUMBER OF SUJTECTS PE-RC C211=11,

THE MSUARY STATISITCS CENTIME S INCIES 42.16 MEANF 16.60 0.10 SE((MEAN) 0.04

IEN! S INCHES

PE CETTME=ES

IST 12.92 2ND 13.23 3PD 13.41 5TH 13.64 10TH 13.95 15TH 14.16 20TH 14.31 25TH 14.45 30TH 14.57 35TH 14.68 40TH 14.79 45TH 14.89 50TH 15.00 55TH 15.11 60TH 15.22 65TH 15.34 70TH 15.46 75TH 15.61 80TH 15.77 85T 3.15.96 90TH 16.21 95TH 16.60 97Th 16.85 98TH 17.03 99TH 17.31

L=ES INCHES

36.90 37.64 38.08 38.65 39.46 39.98 40.39 40.74 41.05 41.33 41.61 41.87 42.14 42.40 42.67 42.95 43.25 43.57 43.94 44.36 44.90 45.68 46.17 46.51 47.03

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40T!H 45TH 50111 55TH 60TH 65TH 7GTH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 957H 97TH 98Th 99Thi

14.53 14.82 14.99 15.21 15.54 15.74 15.90 15.04 16.16 16.27 16.38 16.49 16.59 16.69 16.80 16.91 17.03 17.15 17.30 17.46 17.68 17.98 18.18 18.31 18.52

283

__ _ __ _ _ _

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

The surface distance between the cervicale lam,'.irk at the back of the nec& and the posterior-emist (on•halicn) lar-n,•rk at the level of the navel is reasured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The shoulders and urper extre-mities are relaxed. The measurement is taken at the maxijmzi point of quiet respiration.

K

)

:1

-

284

V~ramRTE im. 1in-I-csr Ew'x2

M.r

TESLZ.2,ARY STATI=flS CEN!=IMEFI INCHES

(G~rIacT)L

SMEM~ARY SrT~irCS flIEITDEMS INCHES

45.71 0.12 2.22 0.09

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST LEV SE(SD)

18.00 0.05 0.87 0.03

48.75 0.11 2.41 0.08

MEAN 19.19 SE (1'M) 0.04 ST DMV 0.95 SE(ED) 0.03

41.00

MINI1UM

16.14

41.30

MINInUM

16.26

55.50

MAJMIUM

21.85

55.40

MAX=M24

21.81

COEFF. OF VARIATION

4.9%

CDEFF. OF VARIAT"ICN

SYM1-EIYMJaOSIS-

0.48 3.50

SYl -- VEIh I EI3rOSISVEIA Ii

334

NUMtER OF SUBMJECS

NUMB

VETA I VLTA II

OF SUBJ=ECT

S

5.0%

-0.04 3.01 487

~PERCENTILES

41.52 41.81 42.03 42.36 42.96 43.40 43.78 44.11 44.42 44.72 45.00 45.28 45.57 45.85 46.15 46.45 46.78 47.14 47.54 48.02 48.63 49.54 50.14 50.59

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20Uh 2571H 307H 3f7H 40IH 45TH 5GTh 55=h 60TH 65Th 70TH 75TH 8UIH 35Th 90rT,-I 95Th 97TH 98TH

16.35 16.46 16.55 16.68 16.91 17.09 17.23 17.37 17.49 17.61 17.72 17.83 17.94 18.05 18.17 18.29 13.42 18.56 18.72 18.90 19.14 19.50 19.74 19.92

43.18 43.80 44.20 44.76 45.65 46.25 46.73 47.14 47.51 47.85 48.17 48.47 48.78 49.08 49.38 49.70 50.03 50.38 50.78 51.24 51.82 52.71 53.30 53.74

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 307H 35TH 40Th 43TH 50TH 55•TH 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH 80TH 85-Th 901H 95T1Y 97Th 98Th

17.00 17.24 17.40 17.62 17.97 18.21 18.40 18.56 18.70 18.84 18.96 19.08 19.20 19.32 19.44 19.57 19.70 19.84 19.99 20.17 20.40 20.75 20.98 21.16

51.30

99IH

20.20

54.46

99TH

21.44

285

(112)

WaIST ""ZZ71iAI

The horizontal breadth of the waist at the level of cmzThAlicn is mansurc I

with a beam caliper. The subject stards- erect lockirM straight ahead. The heels are tocether with the weight distri•utcd cqiially on both fect. The measurermnt is

taken at the rmmmaim

point of quiet respiration

2

'.i'

\},

;

S/I

1K..

L,• . . ....

t': (it'

286

FI•ZS

MAITM

ThE SUNMARY STATISTICS CEIT2IMTERS INQcES 'iDMWTITERS

THE SUNIMAY STATISTICS INCHES

30.23 0.16 2.96 0.11

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.90 0.06 1.16 0.05

32.31 0. 11 2.51 0.08

MF4AN SE (MEA1,) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.72 0.04 0.99 0.03

24.20 39.00

MIN]hUM MAXIMUM

9.53 15.35

25.80 42.20

MINIMU'M MAXIMUM

10.16 16.61

OEFF. OF VAPJAi'IONL SYnMEIRYVETA I KJRrDSIS--VETA II

9.8% 0.46 2.75

NULIeMM OF SUBJECTS

334

CXEFF. OF VARIATION SY•EmIY---VETA I KITRIISVMrA II NMMBE

PERC124TIIES CENl~TIMX 24.47 25.08 25.44 25.91 26.64 27.16 27.60 28.00 28.38 28.75 29.12 29.50 29.88 30.28 30.70 31.14 31.62 32.16 32.77 33.48 34.37 35.65 36.40 36.90 37.54

487

PER'CEIEYIS C04LMMCRS flICES

INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 4CI1H 45I11 5011 55TH 604°1 651H 7091H 757H. 801H 85TH 90Th 95TH 97TH 98TIH 99TH

OF SULJECTS

7.8%. 0.23 2.89

9.63 9.87 10.01 10.20 10.49 10.69 10.86 11.02 11.17 11.32 11.47 11.61 11.76 11.92 12.09 12.25 12.45 12.66 12.90 13.18 13.53 14.03 14.33 14.53 14.78

27.26 27.65 27.93 28.36 29.09 29.62 30.07 30.48 30.85 31.20 31.54 31.87 32.20 32.5A 32.88 33.24 33.61 34.02 34.47 34.99 35.64 36.55 37.10 37.49 38.06 287

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10MH 15TH 201H 25TH 30Th 35Tw 401H 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70MH 751H 80.11 85RI 90111 95MH 97IH 98Th 99TH

10.73 1C.89 11.00 11.16 11.45 11.66 11.84 12.00 12.15 12.28 12.42 12.55 12.68 12.81 12.95 13.09 13.23 13.39 13.57 13.78 14.03 14.39 14.61 14.76 14.98

straight ahecý,d. 'flI-hcc air2 trc't~hrr witi hf t1,trht-~ equally on both fci-t. rho n~~r iS~tL ilte at U- ~ qluiet res-piraticn.

4-/,

28

M~lPitO

77J

(,XIUMALES M3-'AA= flfl7

=-M5

VAMIAEM.

ThE SLITMY ST' 1TT7ICS

Th

SIENCfMaXs Crel=•S

CN)

Y SI!W1ISTICS IN=aES

74.15 0.39 7.11 0.28

EMEN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

29.19 0.15 2.80 0.11

85.64 0.30 6.56 0.21

ISO SE(IM N) ST DEV SE (SD)

33.72 0.12 2.58 0.08

57.30 98.70

MINIU4M MAXDJL M

22.56 38.86

68.90 106.40

MIN!hfJM MACfN4

27.13 41.89

CIDEFF. OF VARIATION SYE'flYVETA I MJRlSISVETA II

9.6% 0.78 3.79

NUlBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM-IE Y-WVEA I FL lxx IS=VETA II NMBER OF SUBJEITS

1ST 2ND 3PD 5Th 10TIH 15Th 20TH1 25TH 309h 351H 40M1 45TH 50U1 55TH 607H 651H 70TH 75M{ 80111 857!{ 90TH 95TH 97_TH 98TH 9911f

487

PR

PERcE2I'IUES 61.40 62.55 63.31 64.35 66.05 67.25 68.25 69.1o5 69.99 70.79 71.58 72.38 73.19 74.04 74.93 75.89 76.94 78.14 79.55 81.29 83.66 87.56 90.37 92.59 96.36

7.7% 0.09 2.72

24.17 24.63 24.92 25.34 26.00 26.48 26.87 27.23 27.56 27.87 28.18 28.50 28.82 29.15 29.50 29.88 30.29 30.76 31.32 32.00 32.94 34.47 35.58 36.45 37.94

7-. 89 72.62 73.68 75.09 77.27 78.75 79.95 81.01 81.93 82.88 83.76 84.61 85.47 86.34 87.23 88.15 89.13 90.20 91.38 92.74 94.41 96.73 98.07 98.96 100.13 289

IST 2ND 3RD 5qH 10IH 15Th 2071f 25TH 30Mh 35711 40111 451H 50011 55111 60rfH 65711 70TH 757H 801M1 85711 90T11 95TH 9-qH 98"11 9911

27.91 28.59 29.01 29.55 30.42 31.01 31.48 31.89 32.27 32.63 32.97 33.31 33.65 33.99 34.34 34.71 35.09 35.51 35.93 36.51 37.17 38.08 38,61 38.96 39.42

is mxoasured wta a,. the na-vel cIa1r lcckirr straicjht ahead. The hcQlz5 are txxjetl-.er di~strihuted eclu~lly cn both fee'L. point of quiet re-lpirztion.

AI

Th

1e 1,Ojcsarseroct with

the. uxnicht

rrt,,rý-nt- is n'riadc at the

T-iýxirmn

VARIAW

NO. 114-qVP-Tr c

4MIME1L

THE SUMPLTRY STATISTICS CErMImF Inc•hE3 81.65 0.49

MF.IA

(CM1HuIUM)

THE SUTnpARY STATISTICS CENIrIIi! I1NCTIES

32.15

88.84

SE (ME2,NT) 0.19

0.34

SE (NEA)

0.14

MEAN

34.98

8.97 0.35

ST DEV SE (2D)

3.53 0.14

7.58 0.24

ST DF7 SE(SD)

2.99 0.10

64.00 109.90

MIN-FNM WMALTI'

25.20 43.27

69.00 119.00

MINTDTN AuV-LUM

27.17 46.85

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNETYVErA I }tJPlrCT.IS&VLA II f, MM OF SUBREJT

=7

11.0% 0.54 2.87

CDEFF. OF VARIATIO, Srl-24ERY--VETA I IqJTSIS---VEITA II

8.5% 0.15 2.84

. 334

NU14MBM OF SUBJECI'S

487

F/•FMIIS IMES

M

=

11,'I i E

IS

65.94 67.07

icIr 21D

25.96 26.40

73.29 74.44

1ST 2ND

28.85 29.31

68.92 70.84 72.33 73.63 74•85

5Th 10T}{ 15TH 207111 25T11

27.13 27.89 28.48 28.99 29.47

76.62 78.93 80.64 82.07 83.35

5111 10"11 15'T11 20(n{ 251Th

30.16 31.07 31.75 32.31 32.32

77.14

35'"11

3C'2.37

85.63

35Th

33.71

78.27 79.41 80.58 81.79 83.06 84.41 85.87 87.48 89,33 91.43 94.22 99.19 100.62

4 (YI 45711 50711 55th 60YM 65T1 7021H 75T11 80211 85Th 9(711 95'11 97T11 9 97,111

30.82 31.26 31.72 32.20 32.70 33.23 33.81 34.44 35.17 36.02 37.10 38.66 39. 62 4 (). 40.23 41.21

86. 63 87.71 88.74 89.77 90.81 91.88 93.01 94.22 95.55 97.06 99.91 101.49 103.04

4 (YI1 451f.{ 5a7;1 5511h 60C31 657V 7(Y13! 75TM 8(11I 85Th 90Th[ 95'M1 97J31 9TZ31! 9'I9Th

34.13 34.53 34.94 35.34 35.75 36.17 36.62 37.09 37.62 ' L21 38. 94 39.96 40.57 41.99 41.59

67.82

76.o01

102.'0 104.67

3RD

30MI1

26.70

75.30

29.92

84.53

104.10 105.65

291

3RD

3021!

29.65

33.23

The horizontal distance between the front ar4 back of the waist at the level of the center of the navel (cýphalicn) is rn•sured with a beam caliper.

The subject starns erect lookirng straight ahead.

The heels are

togetiher with the weight distributcd equally on both feet. The measuremnt is taken at the wT'caydnrn point of quiet respir-ation.

'4.

p

V........ ..... - - .. ..

i

... .. ..

/

1

,2~

)

(

\ 1-~

..

.i,

:'I:

\)

I

________

SI

-

VARIABLE

T

o.

us5--=XST E

ZE WY STATISrICS

CETM=

UE SLURY STATISTICS

INCHES

cENTfIEnmS•

IDKVE]S

20.69 0.15 2.70 0. 10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

8.14 0.06 1.06 0.04

23.19 0.11 2.39 0.08

NEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE (FT))

15.50 29.00

MINIMUM. M•AXlUM

6.10 11.42

17.50 33.50

MINITUM =LXITiM

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYýI Y-VETA I KUJIWISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERMT CENTlMET=I 16.09 16.36 16.56 16.88 17.46 17.91 18.30 18.66 19.01 19.34 19.67 20.00 20.34 20.69 21.06 21.45 21.88 22.3' 22.90 23.55 24.40 25.71 26.59 27.24 28.29

13.1% 0.61 3.05

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMIZErIRY-VETA 1 ILURTOSISVETA II

334

k

NUM8E

OF SUBJECTS

PERELr CEUTIMETEPS

INCa-S

1ST 6.33 2ND 6.44 3RD 6.52 5TH 6.65 10711 6.87 15TH 7.05 ?20TH 7.21 2srrl 7.35 301M1 7.48 35THl 7.61 401-H i.74 457Th 7.88 5J11 8.01 55TH1 8,15 60111 8.29 G5T} 8.45 70TH8.61 75Th 8.80 80TH 9.01 85TH 9.27 901T1 9.61 95TH 10.12 97Th 10.47 98111 10.72 99YI 11.14

18.28 18.71 19.00 19.42 20.12 20.64 21.06 21.45 21.80 22.13 22.45 22.77 23.09 23.41 23.74 24.08 24.45 24.84 25.28 25.79 26.42 27.31 27.85 28.22 28.75

293

IST 211D 3RD 5Mh 1011 15Th 20q11 25Th 30TH 3-51H AM0H 45mH .oni 55Thl 60111 65Th 70U11 75Tih 80un 85Th! 90111 95'T11 97Th 98111 991i1

9.13 0.04 0.94 0.03 6.89 13.19 10.3% 0.27 3.00 487

IpClaES 7.20 7.37 7.48 7.65 7.92 8.13 8.29 8.44 8.58 8.71 8.84 8.96 9.09 9.22 9.35 9.48 9.62 9.78 9.95 10.15 10.40 10.75 10.96 11.11 11.32

(116)

V V

W=MS

F-TC±I

IT~

(N7XIURXL III -a-.TICN

TMe surface distarme ltenthe anterior-ne--k larkb~ark andc the anterior-waist (natural iridentation) landr-ark is re-asured with a tape2. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort plane. The xneasurerent, is Trade at the raxizurn, point of quiet res-piration.

291

VARIABTE NO. 116-W'TJS

F1MJ? MlCT1

THE SU1ARY STATISTCi

CENTIMETERS

(-d

T

fL~ fl= h JI(N)

THE SLIV1ARY STATISTICS

INCH-ES

CTI

INCMS

32.40 0.12 2.22 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.76 0.05 0.87 0.03

35.23 0.09 1.52 0.06

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

13.87 0.03 0.75 0.02

26.80 40.40

MINTIMU4M IMXIlUM

10.55 15.91

30.40 M-LNIMUM 41.80 KAXIKM

11.97 16.46

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY0EIRY--VETA I KURIWISVETA II

6.8% 0.58 3.76

COEFF. OF VARIATIOC SYIMKRYVETA I KIDJISVETA II

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBEECTS

P&EmrIIfES

5.4% -0.01 2.94 487

PEPCTNrIIS CE TIME = INCHES

28.08 28.46 28.73 29.12 29.76 30.21 30.57 30.89 31.18 31.45 31.71 31.97 32.22 32.48 32.75 33.03 33.34 33.68 34.08 34.57 35.25

1ST 2ND 3RD 5'T1H 10 TH 15TH 207H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40T1 45TH 50TH 55TH 60ni 65TH 7001 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH

11.06 11.21 11.31 11.46 11.72 11.89 12.04 12.16 12.28 12.38 12.48 12.58 12.69 12.79 12.89 13.00 13.12 13.26 13.42 13.61 13.88

30.69 31.15 31.47 31.93 32.68 33.19 33.59 33.94 34.24 34.52 34.78 35.03 35.28 35.52 35.75 36.00 36.25 36.53 36.83 37.18 37.62

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th{ 15T'h 20Th 25TH 30IH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50UM 55TH 6011H 65TH 70T1 75TH 80'ni 85TH 991H

12.08 12.26 12.39 12.57 12.86 13.07 13.22 13.36 13.48 13.59 13.69 13.79 13.89 13.98 14.08 14.17 14.27 14-38 14.50 14.64 14.81

36.38

95Th

14.32

38.31

95TH

15.08

37.22 37.90 39.11

971.11 98Th. 9929

14.65 14.92 15.40

38.78 39.15 39.78

97TH 98TH 99TH

15.27 15.41 15.66

295

SINCHES

The surface,- distanme between the anterior-nec-k Ilant-,ark and the coenter of the navel (ciphalion) is reasured with a tape. The subject stands erect with the head in the Frankfort piane. The ms-ugent is nade at the maxi=m point of qaiet respiration

I296

j

296

VARIafi•'E M.

Ul7---•MIST R=

M=I

(CZiIC=W)

F!IES

FiE SULuARY S Chw~ilMEh

DMIES

Is==.CS INHSCNTIMETERS~

THE SUi4ARY STATISTIW INCHES

40.28 0.12 2.24 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.86 0.05 0.88 0.03

41.98 0.10 2.15 0.07

34.20 48.10

MINIZUJM MAXWAUM

13.46 18.94

34.10 MINI•I~M 48.80 MAXIMUM

MEAN SE(l4EAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

16.53 0.04 0.85 0.03 13.43 19.21

COEFF. OF VARL=IAICN SYMMETRY---VEMA I IKJRMIIS-VEIA II

5.6% 0.37 3.27

COEFF. OF VARTA=I•N SYM IPVLTA I UJItSISV-rA II

5.1% 0.03 3.20

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUJBJECS

487

c•lrLE

PRCENTIIES

INCHES

CEin

PERCENT =

INCHES

35.86 36.26 36.52

1ST 2ND 3RD

14.12 14.27 14.38

37.41 37.85 38.15

ISr 2ND 3RD

14.73 14.90 15.02

36.90 37.53 37.98 38.36 38.69

5-H 10IH 15T-Hf 20TH 25Tih

14.53 14.78 14.95 15.10 15.23

38.58 39.28 39.78 40.18 40.53

39.00 39.29 39.57 39.84 40.12 40.41 40.70 41.01 41.34 41.70 42.12 42.62 43.26 44.25 44.93 45.43 46.26

5Tm 10THI 2,5TH 20TH 25TH

13.19 15.47 15.66 15.82 15.96

30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60rTh 6519, 70TH 75Trh 80TH 85TH 90u^H 95TH 97Th 98TH 99T1H

15.35 15.47 15.58 15.69 15.80 15.91 16.02 16.14 16.27 16.42 16.58 16.78 17.03 17.42 17.69 17.89 18.21

40.85 41.14 41.42 41.69 A1.95 42.22 42.49 42.77 43.06 43.38 43.75 44.17 44.72 45.56 46.13 46.57 47.31

30 TH 35TH 40TH

16.08 16.20 16.31

457H 50M'H 55TH 60TH 657H 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

16.41 16.52 16.62 16.73 16.84 16.95 17.08 17.22 17.39 17.60 27.94 18.16 18.34 18.62

297

(13-8)

VM=s IMCECHr (NM'tJAL IFIT~2~IoI=)Q

The vertical distance between a standing surface and the lardnark at the

natural indentation of the right waist is rz.easured with an anthrolometer. The subject stands erect lookJig straight ahead.

The heels are together

with the weight distributed equally on both feet. Th1,e shoulders and upper extremities are rel axed. The measureTent. is rade at the maxiaum point of quiet respiration.

( i

.,

F%

298

n"

7

VARC/A-E I-D. 118-4AIS

Em'mcT (,mnA

THE SUMMARY STATISTIC ShE CENTUIMET= IN=HE 108.75 0.21 3.83

MEAN SE((MEAN) ST DEV

L f

m2fTq)

[email protected] STATISTICS CENT.1MET= IN=HF

42.82 0.08 1.51

113.14 0.22 4.80

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

44.54 0.09 1.89

0.15

SE(SD)

0.06

0.15

SE(SD)

0.06

97.70 122.20

MINI[DJM MAXJ,2,1

38.46 48.11

99.30 126.70

MIN= Y.AXIMUM

39.09 49.88

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYY1EIRYVETA I KURIOIS-VETA II

3.5% 0.36 3.28

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY.MTYVLTA I NqJIDaISVETA II

4.2% 0.04 2.83

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERC=TE CENTIME=£R 101.06 101.87 102.38 103.06 104.13 104.88 105.49 106.04 106.55 107.03 107.50 107.97 108.44 108.93 109.43 109.96 110.53 111.17 111.89 112.75 113.85 115.50 116.56 117.34 118.51

tCENTILES S IN1CHES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20UH 25TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50FRI 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98T1h 99TH

CETIE

39.79 40.11 40.31 40.57 41.00 41.29 41.53 41.75 41.95 42.3.4 42.32 42.51 42.69 42.88 43.08 43.29 43.52 43.77 44.05 44.39 44.82 45.47 45.89 46.20 46.66

P

101.91 103.28 104.11 105.23 106.92 108.07 108.98 109.78 110.50 1-11.17 111.81 112.43 113.05 113.67 114.31 114-97 115.67 116.42 117.27 118.23 119.44 121.17 122.23 122.96 124.03 299

IN=HE IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TH 55TH 60MH 65TH 70TH 75TH 807H 85TH 90IH 95TH 977H 981TI 997H

40.13 40.66 40.99 41.43 42.10 42.55 42.91 43.22 43.50 43.77 44.02 44.26 44.51 44.75 45.00 45.26 45.54 45.84 46.17 46.55 47.03 47.71 48.12 48.41 48.83

(119)

Fmc-riiacr (C. 7mLTc,

The vertical distarrce 1xetween a star-Oing su-,rface -L-A th-e center of the navel (arpb'a1 ion) is masuvrc-d with an axthrcpcmerter. The slubj, :ct stax-Os erect lookimq straight ahead. Tn:e hee-ls are- together with the weight distribuited equally on both feet. The shoulders and ujzpar ex~tre-mities are respiration.

II

300

VARMhM

NO.

Ii2a-,m b1-AS

(aCijzaic)

FEI

MAEUS

THE SUNMAY STATISTICS CENTIMETES INCiES

T SMARY STflTSTICS Cm•NZMBlES INCHES

101.27 0.18 3.35 0.13

MEFN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

39.87 0.07 1.32 0.05

106.50 0.22 4.80 0.15

MENN SE(NE-N) ST DEV SE(SD)

41.93 0.09 1.89 0.06

92.00 114.50

MINIMUM MAXIMCUM

36.21 45.08

93.20 120.30

NININThM MAXID2,7M

36.69 47.36

(OEFF. OF VARIAMIION SYEmYRY-VETA I KVRIOISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

3.3% 0.42 3.60

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRYVETA I 1JIGISVETA II

334

NUMR OF SUB-ECTS

PERCETIIES 94.07 94.96 95.50

4.5% 0.01 2.77 487

limENTflES

1ST 2ND 3RD

37.03 37.39 37.60

96.21

5TH

37.88

97.26 97.96 98.51 99.00 99.44 99.86 100.26 100.65 101.05 101.46

10rH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30fTH 35TH 40TH 45TH 507H 55TH

38.29 38.57 38.79 38.98 39.15 39.31 39.47 39.63 39.79 39.95

101.88 102.33 102.81

60TH 65TH 70THf

40.11 40.29 40.48

103.34 103.96 104.69

75TH 80TH 85TH

105.64 107.12

108.11 108.85 110.03

95.08 96.59 97.49

1ST* 2ND 3RD

37.43 38.03 38.38

98.65

5TH

38.84

100.36 101.50 102.39 103.17 103.88 104.54 105.17 105.79 106.41 107.03

I0= 15TH 20TH 25MI 30TIH 35TH 40MH 45TH 509H 557H

39.51 39.96 40.31 40.62 40.90 41.16 41.41 41.65 41.89 42.14

107.67 108.34 109.04

60=H 65Th 70TH

42.39 42.65 42.93

40.69 40.93 41.21

109.81 11ý. 66 111.65

75TH 807H 85TH

90TH 95Th

43.23 43.57 43.96

41.59 42.17

112.86 114.56

90Th 95TH

97TH 98TH 99TH

42.56 42.85 43.32

41.43 45.10

115.55 116.21 117.08

97TH 98TH 99TH

45.49 45.75 46.09

301

""•..,j,

..

.

(120)

WAIST IBKC17P, Srr'IT MiY'2; 1XIVL

Vhe v(extical

distxncc frcm~ a sittirr

ý.,,lrfac,2 to Uhne lanij.rk atth with an zanthrcrrrtfttr.

natural lrk~enta-ticn of thp. rilpt 'ii:t is irx The subjcc-t sits-, erect lcxzkin3 !zr3gt hvJ decjrec-3. The aL~urenm2it is r.ade at the rrayi,:Iu reszpi~ration.

C30

--- -- - ---

k,-:s arpe flezei 90 pzcirt of. cpiiet

I

VARIAMlE MO. 1Ž)-GASTH

rQJ,

THE SUMRY STTISTICS CENMETERS INCHES

SrIafl

(NXTURAL fl2117dMT)

ThE SARY STATISTICS carDTEFS iNCTES

28.97 0.11 2.07 0.08

MEAN SEF(MFAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.41 0.04 0.82 0.03

29.10 0.07 1.56 0.05

MEAN SE(lEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

11.46 0.03 0.61 0.02

23.00 34.40

MINI M)XIMUM•

9.06 13.54

23.10 33.40

MIIMUM AXIM0UM

9.09 13.15

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYI0 'Y- VETA I KURIDIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

7.2% -0.14 2.76

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY1,•2T2,Y--VETA I KJTmSIS- VEIA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJEC'

PEPRCEIT1Fs CEa127= INCHES

CElfI

PERCE2IMIIJ =•

5.3% -0.21 3.35 487

INCa irS

23.73 24.49 24.93 25.49 26.30 26.83 27.23 27.58 27.89 28.18 28.46 28.73 28.99

1ST 21ND 3RD 5TH 107H 15Thd 20'11 257H 30'I-h 35Th 40I T 45TH 5 011r1

9.34 9.64 9.82 10.04 10.36 10.56 10.72 10.86 10.98 11.10 11.20 11.31 11.41

25.1.6 25.73 26.08 26.52 27.16 27.57 27.88 28.14 28.37 28.53 28.77 28.96 29.12

1mT 2iD 3RD 5TH 10Mh 15Tli 2(111{ 25Mh 30'111 35T11 40ql1 45'117 5(Y111

9.90 10.13 10.27 10.44 10.69 10.85 10.983 11.08 11.17 11.25 111.33 11.40 11.47

29.26 29.53 29.81 30.11 30.43 30.78 31.18 31.67 32.32 32.69 32,91 33.18

55STH 60THl 65Thi 70 M, 75TH 80(1M{ 857Th1 90TH 95'M1 9.711 981Th1 99TH11

11.52 11.63 11.74 11.85 11.98 12.12 12.23 ,22.47 12.73 12.87 12.96 13.06

29.33 29.51 29.70 29.91 30.12 30.37 30.66 31.03 31.60 31.97 32.26 32.72

55'I 1 607TH 65T1 79111 75Th{ 8rI 85111 9(Y11 95"l11 971Tfh 98111 99,111

11.55 11.62 11.69 11.77 11.86 11.96 12.07 12.22 12.44 12.59 12.70 12.08

303

(121)

t~IvAT IZIQTM,

S1T=rNG (C- EIALICI )

The vertical distoncer- frcn, a sittirq surf,,ce- to Uhe mm~ter of the rkivel (cz~p1in)is mz.urnd with an ant !prt-& ujce st locinjsta;-igt &hoad. Thekr-zc are flo~xcd 90 deqr esTh is mrade at the roxftixn point of mjiict rc,:irdrt ion.

J A. A

erect Ž'zrrt

V;•AIR

E M-. 121---+A=SI HIairI,

THE StMuwRY SrATrISTI3 CENTM4.ETET IMCIES

SITI•]((r

T

CET

,L.

SLU,2RY STATTSTIQ3 M.I•TS INCMES

23.60

-MEAN

9.29

24.13

MMAN

9.50

0.08 1.43 0.06

SE(MFAN) sr Dv SE(SD)

0.03 0.56 0.02

0.07 1.49 0.05

SE (FItll) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.03 0.59 0.02

20.00 27.50

ThIMIUM MAXIMDh1,

7.87 10.83

19.50 28.00

MINDIL MAXEIL"M

7.68 11.02

COEFF. OF VARLATION SYnM Y. -0-- A I KJRTFOISIS---)T,-rA !1

6.0% 00 2.73

NMBTPr- OF STRTE•C•S

334

Prfl4EiT2 rl INC 20.30 20.61 20,83 21.15 21.67 22.04 22.34 22.59 22.82 23.04 23.24 23.43 23.62 23.80 23.99 24.18 24.38 24.60 24.83 25.10 25.44 25.93 26.26 26.50 26.89

IST 2ND 3PD 5Mh I1Iii{ 15,i11 20Gql 25Th 3CylI 35TI 4(Y711 45YlI 5(Jfl 55TM 60fI 65711 7CI{ 754111 80n.{ 85 TIh 9(0lT{ 95,I 9T7ri 9811h 99Th11

(nEFF. OF VMATATION S%],r,{Y---VL I FUJtGIS----%'TfA 11 NI ,-r-

OF SUII•TCIS

ESCEIMM

S

7.99 8.11 8.20 8.33 8.53 8.68 8.79 8.90 8.99 9.07 9.15 9.22 9.30 9.37 9.45 9.52 9.60 9.68 9.78 9.88 10.01 10.21 10.34 10.43 10.59

20.23 20.73 21.05 21.48 22.13 22.56 22.89 23.17 23.41 23.63 23.83 24.02 24.21 24.39 24.57 24.75 24.94 25.15 25.37 25.63 25.97 26.47 26.83 27.10 27.57 305

6.2% -0.23 3.09 487

IAJ r 1.SrT 2ND 31ZD 5911 10111 15111 20nil, 25Mf 3NY11 3511T 40Th 4541I1 50Th{ 55mf 6(Y]]{ 65111 7 Mll 1 75'111 BSl1{ 85r311 90311 951f1 97111 9 8"11 99711

7.97 8.16 8.29 8.46 8.71 8.88 9.01 9.12 9.22 9.30 9.38 9.46 9.53 .4.60 9.67 9.75 9.82 9.90 9.99 10.09 10.22 10.,12 10.56 10.67 10.85

j

~~(122)

WATSI'-H~iP UDNUI~Tl

The surface distarnce be-tw;een the right waist (cr-r-lalion) lardbark ard the right iateral-buttcck-point- lar&'mark on the sid~e of the hip is mrasurec1 with a tare. Te sub-ject starL,3 erec-t leecrzkn straight ahead. The hee-ls are together with the- weight distributed equýally on both feet.

30..

z

VARIABLE NO. 122-'-•ATeST--IP LfrX.MI MALES

FE2,A9=

THE St2mY STATISTICS INCH-ES CKqrlM•ETERS

THE SUPVARY STATISTICS IN,:TiES CE='ETE•I"RS MEAN

6.32

18.40

M1EAN

7.24

0.11 2.01

SE(MEFN) ST DEV

0.04 0.79

0.09 1.96

SE(MEAN) ST DEV

0.03 0.77

0.08

SE(SD)

0.03

0.06

SE(SD)

0.02

9.90 21.00

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

3.90 8.27

12.20 24.00

MD=INIM MAXIM'7U

4.80 9.45

16.05

OOEFF. OF VARIATICON SYMY-TRY- VETA I }iLTTRIS--VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMETRY--VETA I II KJ1OIS---VE

12.5% -0.29 2.88

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20UM 25Th 30T1H 35TH 40TH 45TH 50qH 55TH 60TH 65TH 7011 75TH 80THl 85TH 90111 9577H 97Th 98Thl 99,Th

487

PERCEMILES INCH{ES CNIETERS

PERCDMIIES INGIES CENIfl4ETEPS 11.10 11.60 11.95. 12.46 13.30 13.87 14.33 14.72 15.06 15.36 15.65 15.92 16.18 16.44 16.69 16.94 17.20 17.48 17.77 18.11 18.53 19.16 19.59 19.93 20.50

10.6% -0.14 3.04

13.68 14.19 14.53 15.02 15.79 16.31 16.73 17.08 17.40 17.69 17.96 18.22 18.47 18.72 18.96 19.22 19.48 19.76 20.07 20.42 20.87 21.53 21.97 22.31 22.86

4.37 4.57 4.70 4.91 5.24 5.46 5.64 5.79 5.93 6.05 6.16 6.27 6.37 6.47 6.57 6.67 6.77 6.88 7.00 7.13 7.30 7.54 7.71 7.84 8.07 307

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011H 15Th 209h 25TH 30111 35'1] 40TH 45TH s50li 55TH 60r11 65TH 7=11 75T71 8011H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Thl 98Th 99'I1I

5.39 5.59 5.72 5.91 6.21 6.42 6.59 6.73 6.85 6.96 7.07 7.17 7.27 7.37 7.47 7.57 7.67 7.78 7.90 8.04 8.22 8.48 8.65 8.78 9.00

(1-23)

MIST(IMUM

MM. XPC)-?TT(CMI~I

~

The surface distar-e between the right waist (natural indentation) and right waist (oirp Aion) lar'•'rarks is meaued with a tape. TIhe subject stands erect lcol ng straight ahead. The heels are together with the

weight ddistribute.•, equally on box-th fe-et.

/301

/

1 .w

Li 5

3

Q(3

4

__

____ ______,___

VAREABLE NO. 123--W\ISr (YTUlRALIflTIG)-ST(IHlC)

THE SUMMRY STATSTIaS RICH•ES C=E=IER

THE SUMAVRY STATISTICS CETV1Y INCHES

7.60 0.12 2.15

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV

2.99 0.05 0.85

6.92 0.08 1.75

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV

2.72 0.03 0.69

0.08

SE(SD)

0.03

0.06

SE(SD)

0.02

0.90

MINIMM

0.35

1.80

MINIM IU

0.71

14.90

MAXIU21M

5.87

12.60

MAXIK•2

4.96

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY=METRY--VFTA I KU=IS---VETA II NUNBDR OF SUBJECTS

COEFF. OF VARIAYION SYNMEIIRYVETA I 1
28.3% 0.17 3.50

NUIERE

334

PERCENTIES INCHES C~IETEP

OF SUBJECITS

25.3% 0.09 3.12 487

PERC=LES CEt?.L-TME= ID;=I

2.15

1ST

0.85

2.70

3.12 3.65 4.27 5.08 5.56 5.92 6.22 6.49 6.75 6.99 7.23 7.48 7.73 8.00 8.28 8.58 8.93 9.32 9.79

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 207111 25TH 30TH 35Vh 491 45TH 50TH 55T-11 60Th 65TH 70TH 75TH 8UM1 85Th

1.23 1.44 1.68 2.00 2.19 2.33 2.45 2.56 2.66 2.75 2.85 2.94 3.04 3.15 3.26 3.38 3.51 3.67 3.86

3.33 3.69 4.14 4.77 5.17 5.48 5.74 5.98 6.21 6.42 6.64 6.85 7.07 7.30 -7.53 7.79 8.06 8.38 8.75

10.41 11.32 11.90 12.31

901H 95TH 97TH 98Tih

4.10 4.46 4.69 4.85

12.90

9911

5.08 309

1ST

1.06

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20MH 25TH 30T1H 35TH 40111 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80Th 85111

1.31 1.45 1.63 1.88 2.03 2.16 2.26 2.36 2.44 2.53 2.61 2.70 2.78 2.87 2.97 3.07 3.18 3.30 3.44

9,21 9.87 10.26 10.53

9mTH 95TH 97Th 98TH

3.63 3.88 4.04 4.14

10.89

99TH

4.29

I

(1-24)

VMJ(~

The weight of tl.. subject is taken to the nearest tenth of a kilogram. The subject stands on the platform of a scale.

I /

310

VARIABLE KO. 124---zk•Il'

ThE SULMARY STATISrICS KILRAN'IS POUNDS

65.51 0.47 8.54 0.33 46.40

MEAN 144.12 SE(MEAN1) 1.03 ST DEV 18.79 SE(SD) 0.73 MINI1U1M 102.08

96.70

MAXDIJM

C3EFF. OF %ARIATION SYMMETRY--ETA I IWRMISISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

THE SUMMARY STATSTICS KIIOGRAMS POUNtS

79.97 MEAN 175.93 0.44 SE (MEAN) 0.97 9.63 ST DEV 21.19 0.31 SE(SD) 0.68 56.90 MINIMUM 125.18

212.74

113.60

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMETYVETA I I4JROtISVETA II

13.0% 0.54 3.54 334

NUMBER OF SUBTECIS

PERCE?-rI1S KI1OGRA1S POUJNDS

249.92 12.0% 0.29 2.84 487

PERC=NI1ES EIICGPS POUNDS

47.84 49.79 51.00 52.64 55.17 56.90 58.29 59.52 60.64 61.69 62.71

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20UIH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TIH

105.23 109.54 112.20 115.81 121.37 125.18 128.24 130.94 133.41 135.72 137.96

60.22 62.30 63.58 65.32 68.05 69.98 71.57 73.00 74.32 75.59 76.82

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15Th 20Th 25TH 30'IH 35Th 40 lH

132.48 137.06 1.39.68 143.70 149.71 153.96 156.79 160.60 163.51 166.30 169.00

63.72

45TH

140.18

78.05

45TH

171.71

64.74 65.78 66.86 68.01 69.25 70.63 72.23 74.15 76.70 80.73 83.52 85.66 89.18

501M 55T 6CYIH 65Th 70TH 75Th 80TH 85Mi 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

142,43 144.72 147.09 149.62 152.35 155.39 158.91 163.13 168.74 177.61 183.74 188.45 196.20

79.29 80.57 81.89 83.28 84.77 86.41 88.28 90.45 93.20 97.17 99.62 101.31 103.73

50111 55TH 60TH 65TH 7CTIH 75TH 80111 85TH 90TH 957H 97TH 98Th 99TH

174.44 177.25 180.16 183.22 186.49 190.10 194.22 198.99 205.04 213.77 219.16 222.88 228.21

311

/=

MAXI=UM

-

I

f:

(3.25)

WMST-~CK7Th1-I C2 CTIT2 I1-TGM

The horizcnt&.. dista-k, betw-! the stylion lardmark on the right wrist and the center of a d.wel (1-1/4" diame ter) grir.ped in the right hand is ueasure with a Poech caliper. The subject sits grasping a dowel in the right hand. The kase of the dc-wel is flush with the bottom of the fist. The subject puts the bottom of the fist on a flat surface in such a way that the base of the dowel rests on tie surface. The fist is in line with the long axis of the foreann.

' .~-

4'

31

.

3

1

V'RIATh3E. InO. .125---JISTL-4I2=T

CF

RPrM=

FEMMS

mAum

MhE SUMARY STATISTICS

CENIMETERS

ME SUI'!RY STATISTICS

INU-ES

CETI2T4•ICHES

6.70 0.03 0.50 0.02

NEAN SE (NEA) ST DEV SE (SD)

2.64 0.01 0.20 0.01

6.80 0.02 0.45 0.01

MAN SE (MFI-) ST DEV SE (SD)

2.68 0.01 0.18 0.01

5.70

MINIdUM

2.24

5.70

MIDflbUM

2.24

8.10

MA•x)hi

3.19

8.20

,.1ME3M

3.23

COEFF. OF VARIAVTIC SY•4EMY- VETA 1 NJTISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJ=CTS

7.4% 0.38 2.71

OOEFF. OF VARIUATION STI -Y-VEA 1 JIU SIS-VEIM II

334

NUMEER OF SUBJECTS

PERCTILES NTIMETEPS INCHES

6.7% 0.26 2.85 487

PERNTIMS NTMETE3 M IN=

5.70 5.80 5.87 5.95 6.08 6.18 6.26 6.33 6.40 6.46

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 200125TH 30TH 35TH

2.24 2.28 2.31 2.34 2.40 2.43 2.46 2.49 2.52 2.54

5.90 5.96 6.00 6.08 6.22 6.32 6.40 6.47 6.54 6.60

1ST 2ND 3RD 5T H 10 = 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TM 35M.h1

2.32 2.34 2.36 2.39 2.45 2.49 2.52 2.55 2.58 2.60

6.52

40'IH

2.57

6.67

40Th

2.62

6.59 6.65 6.72 6.79 6.86 6.94 7.02 7.12 7.24 7.38 7.60 7.73 7.82 7.95

45TH 50'IH 55TH 6UIH 65TH 70'IH 75Thf 8CTH 851H 9rYIH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

2.59 2.62 2.64 2.67 2.70 2.73 2.77 2.80 2.85 2.91 2.99 3.04 3.08 3.13

6.72 6.78 6.84 6.90 6.96 7.03 7.10 7.18 7.28 7.40 7.59 7.72 7.82 7.99

45Th 50'IH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70Th 75TH 80Thl 851H 90TH 95Th 97 98TH 99TH

2.65 2.67 2.69 2.72 2.74 2.77 2.80 2.83 2.87 2.91 2.99 3.04 3.08 3.14

313

7777=

[

(1-26)

THisr Crtu~~~

Mhe circumference of the ,zrist perparAlicular to the long axis of the forearm is measured with a tape passinq over the stylion lan•crark on the wrist. The subject e;ter&s the right arm forward with the palm up. 3

*

i ,.

I • •i.

7

'

.... ...

..........

,......

J

......................................--

-

-

-

-

VARIABIE N•O.

ThE SUM M C£nIMETERS

126---NRIST CIPF

STATISTICS INCiES

HA

4

ThE SUMMARY STATISTTC&

EN4TIM.J•RS

15.33 0.03 0.62 0.02

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.03 0.01 0.25 0.01

17.40 0.03 0.75 0.02

13.60 17.40

MINIT4•4 MAX11.1,..

5.35 6.85

14.80 19.90

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SW1MEIRYVETA I YUJRTOISVE12A II NUMBE

OF SUBJECTS

DiaiES

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD) MINIMUM MAXI7!U4

6.85 0.01 0.30 0.01 5.83 7.83

4.1% 0.12 2.82

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYn'ETRYVEIA I NJ=ISVETA II

4.3% 0.16 3.22

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERMErfl T ES CEITWIE=II• IN=•l,

CET1E

PERCENTILES

12;CHES

13.98 14.10 14.19 14.31 14.52 14.66 14.78 14.89 14.98 15.07 15.15 15.24

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TIH 25TH 30Tih 35TH 40TH 45TH

5.50 5.55 5.59 5.64 5.72 5.77 5.82 5.86 5.90 5.93 5.97 6.00

15.78 15.94 16.05 16.20 16.45 16.63 16.77 16.89 17.00 17.10 17.20 17.30

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10Th 15Th1 20TH 25Th 30TH 35Th 4Y1H 45Th

6.21 6.27 6.32 6.38 6.48 6.55 6.60 6.65 6.69 6.73 6.77 6.81

15.32

50TH

6.03

17.39

5CH

6.85

15.40 15.48 15.57 15.66 15.76 15.86

55TH 607A 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH

6.06 6.10 6.13 6.16 6.20 6.25

17.48 17.58 17/.68 17.78 17.90 18.03

55TH 60TH 65TH 70MI 75TH 801H

6.88 6.92 6.96 7.00 7.05 7.10

15.99

85TH

6.29

18.18

85TH

7.16

16.15 16.37 16.52

90TH 95TH 9=7

6.36 6.45 6.50

18.38 18.69 18.90

90TH 95TH 97TH

7.24 7.36 7.44

16.63

98TH

6.55

19.06

98TH

7.50

16.79

99Th

6.61

19.33

99TH

7.61

315

(127)

RMTST 1CI

1,,Y thc Stylicn ln±ard'ik The Vertical distonce be-tweec,-n a -,tar~ir'b sirface! r. The, subject ztardV, anthmp.,rý,cc: an withi on the. right wrist is rragured and the wnight erect lookirng sirai~chtL aheid with the h ooktjethor relaxod. and the are-,,n are distri~ited emyally on both fcont. The shouildcrs firyern held rigidly are exteredcd d=-wu-rds with the olba.4, wrist, andi The-.mzurcTomet is ta)kc.m at straiciht. rthe armr.s lightly touch the sidos. the rwoxinm.m point of qjuiet respiration.

316

I

VARIAB• I).O 127--;RIS"T I=CEIT

ES

ARY

DITCE

ESATISCS

82.00 0.18 3.26 0.13

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

32.28 0.07 1.28 0.05

85.71 0.17 3.84 0.12

I'MAN SE (E-1_N) ST DEV SE (SD)

33.74 0.07 1.51 0.05

72.20 93.90

MIN=TJM MXML•M

28.43 36.97

72.70 97.30

MI•Fl•,VlM XIK=XLN

28.62 38.31

COEFF. OF VARIAWIO1 SVO =-YVErA I IIJRMtISVETA II

4.0% 0.02 3.29

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATICV SY^E'I1YVErA I KIMWIc3ISVETA II

NUMBER OF SUIMBE=C

PERC=Il*F"S

7h1

4.5% -0.13 3.15

487

PF.IIF ,

73.99 75.09 75.76 7'.61 77.86 78.68 79.31 79.85 80.33 80.77 81.19 81.60 82.00 82.40 82,81 83.24

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10MH 15TH 20MH 251TH 30TH 35111 401M 45TH 50TH 55TH{ 60TH 65711

29.13 29.56 29.83 30.16 30.66 30.98 31.22 31.44 31.62 31.80 31.96 32.12 32.28 32.44 32.60 32.77

75.99 77.37 78.21 79.29 80.86 81.86 82.63 83.28 83.86 84.38 84.87 85.34 85.81 86.27 86.74 87.23 87.74

LST 2ND 3RD 5711 101111 15'Th 2"/l1 25fi{ 300f1 35111 40TI 45'11I 50ql1! 55111 601il 65•ti 70111

29.92 30.46 30.79 31.22 31.83 32.23 .,2.53 32.79 33.01 33.22 33.41 33.60 33.78 33.97 34.1.5 34.34

84.17 84.71 85.34 86,13 87.26 87.97 88,47 89.20

75TH 801i 858111 90TH 95TH 97T11 98TH 99MD

33.14 33.35 33.60 33.91 34.36 34.63 34.83 35.12

88.29 88.91 89.64 90.56 91.95 92.86 93.54 94.61

75111 801I1 8 S)h! { 9 .111 9 5'1)! 97T11 98Tt! 9q 1

34.76 35.01 35.29 35.65 36.20 36.56 360.2 37.25

83.68

70111

32.95

317

34.54

(128)

varL~T ivTGyr, SITTiN

The vertical distonce 17ltwecn the flocyr ivyl the styl ion laro±--Ark on the rigjht wrist of a se.itod s-ubje-ct is r :irafar with an anthreroiv..ter. '11e subject sits c-rc--t with tlhe- tro- aster lart-'nrk cn tIhe hip Ii-rwd tip wit-h a ~mirker placed ahcut 7 m, frmx tlhe" frotnt o0;2 the fsoa-t. The sub'jec-t lookj-- straig:ht. ah.- ad. alle 'c,-hculdcrs_ are? relaxýO rdanI th arr"3 arc- cexters!,N dcanwarJs with the'_ ellx~w, wrist, ar-d firý;oz7s he7!1- rirqi.dly straight. '11,. arrs lichtly touchth i cs.Teri : ints ta~:pn at the ri~~~ point of quiet resýp r aticn with tlei(jec holdirgK- his/her Ireath. Note: h hoight of the,- soa -.7r~d intisjwa 5.5 (Z.1

F7-

/H

VARIABLE NO. 128--14T=

HEI(1T, SIr.i•

via;E

KAUES

THE SUIT1RY S"TATISTICS CE'rIMI•= DII

nM UI2,•APY STATISTICS CNT•E• 4 INC=ES

48.13 0.14 2.58 0.10

1EAN SE(MFAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

18.95 0.06 1.02 0.04

47.19 0.14 3.06 0.10

MEAN SE(,CAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

18.58 0.05 1.21 0.04

39.00 55.80

MINMM MAXMUM

15.35 21.97

38.40 56.60

MINID721 MAXII4JM

15.12 22.28

CXEFF. OF VAPRATICUT SY7,T =-Y ----V=TA I KJ1!IS--VETA II AUMBER OF SUP=T-IS

5.4% -0.14 3.37

COE=P. OF VARIATION SYlkEfYV"irfA I KI!MU3ISVETrA II

334

NU;

PLNT-,MLES INC{TiS 44CE=VTn4E=R 41.74 42.54 43.05 43.75 44.81 45.50 46.04 46.49 46.89 47.25 47.59 47.91 18.23 48.54 48.85 49.16 49.50 49.86 50.26 50.73 51.35 52.31 52.99 53.52 54.44

IST 21D 3RD 5Th 10TM 15Th 20111 2 57E 30q11 357H 40Il1 45711 50TH{ 55Th1 60TH 65T1 70111 75Mh 80111 85Th 90711 95Th 97TH 98Th 9T9Yh

OF SU3Tl53

6.5% -0.06 3.02 487

P12RflflIE L~1F clrLMB'ITS

16.43 16.75 16.95 17.22 17.64 17.91 18,13 18.30 18.46 18.60 3.8.74 18.86 18.99 19.11 19,23 19.36 2,9.49 19.63 19.79 19.97 20.21 20.59 20. 85 21.07 21.43

39.32 40.52 41.22 42.10 43.33 44.11 44.71 45.21 45.65 46.06 46.45 46.83 47.20 47.57 47.95 48.35 48.77 49.23 49.74 50.34 51.09 52.19 52.87 53.36 54.07

319

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 1001 151h 20Th 25111 3C111 35`h 40F-11 45T11 50111 55TIh 60111 65Th1 707T1 75'h1 80,11 85T1 90111 95771 97111 98T11 99Th1

15.48 15.95 16.23 16.57 17.06 17.37 1.7.60 17.80 17.97 18.14 18.29 18.44 18.58 18.73 18.88 19.04 19.20 19.38 19.58 19.82 20.11 20.55 20.82 21.01 21.29

F

B I'

(129)

-E•2TX

F

t"•

G13I

The distance behtken the stylicn larch-ark on the right wrist and the tip of thee right in"ex firrer is r-asured with a Pech caliper. The subject places the pFalm on a table, the firgers tcgether, ard the thurb abducted. The ndddile firkar is parallel to the long axis of the forearm. The two distal phaianzres of the fingers lie on a flat surface 8 .nhigher than the table.

,t

Iv

'132

:~

320

•' j]

vAWWU3M IX.

3.29--xMST-Th1=

Fn=~ M-~'n

FIVM

ThE $I\

MAIM

MDE SU•RY STATISTICS

SASTICS

CnqlfMETRS

12;=IBEYRS3 I=3S

IN=

17.19 0.04 0.66 0.03

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.77 0.01 0.26 0.01

18.14 0.04 0.83 0.03

Imm SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.14 0.01 0.33 0.01

15.60 20.10

MDIN]IU4 MAXILUM

6.14 7.91

15.80 20.20

MINIA MAXIN=24

6.22 7.95

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY IY-VEmA I KURXOSISVETA II

3.8% 0.51 3.94

COEFF. OF VARIATICXN SYm-mqlwVEr I QJRITOSISVETA II

4.6% 0.09 2.61

NUMBER OF STJBJECS

334

NUMPER OF SLTBJECIS

487

FRE•TERCIL1 1'ERS

INCID3h

PE•c3?1'I~s CENIC'METEI IN=1!FS 15.69 15.91 16.03 16.19 16.41 16.55 16.66 16.75 16.84 16.92 16.99 17.07 17.14 17.22 17.30 17.39 17.48 17.59 17.71 17.85 18.05 18.35 18.55 18.70 18.95

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TT1 !oTH 15nh 20Th 25TH 3011 35TH 40CI1 45111 50TH 55T11 60TH 65TH 70111 75TH 80711 85711 90'II! 95'ihf 97Th 98TTI 9Y171-{

CE

6.18 6.26 6.31 6.37 6.46 6.52 6.56 6.60 6.63 6.66 6.69 6.72 6.75 6.78 6.81 6.85 6.88 6.92 6.97 7.03 7.10 7.22 7.30 7.36 7.46

16.46 16.59 16.69 16.83 17.07 17.26 17.41 17.54 17.67 17.78 17.90 1.8.01 18.12 18.23 18.34 18.46 18.59 18.72 18.87 19.04 19.25 19.55 19.73 19.86 20.04 321

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011! 15TH 2C0H 25ni 30T! 35-Th 40011 45n1 501I1 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 7511! 80q11 85Th 90111 957Th1 97111 98111 9911!

6.48 6.53 6.57 6.63 6.72 6.79 6.85 6.91 6.95 7.00 7.05 7.09 7.13 7.18 7.22 7.27 7.32 7.37 7.43 7.50 7.58 7.70 7,77 7.82 7.89

(130)

WRTT-'ThTTI=r-I

,TG,-

The horizontal distance beb.'een the stylion l•ctrark on the right wrist and the tip of the right thurb is rý,eanurd with a Pcech caliper. The subject rests the little finger side of the hand on a flat surface. The thumb is held straiaht and in line with the long axis of the forearm. The

thumb rests on the first knuc'kle of the curv-rd irde~x finige~r.

FI

i

322

I VARIAEME NO. 130---VRITIP

-IH

FEMALES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS IN=HE

TME SUMMXRY STATISTICS CaanmTEm= INCHE

CErMTR

11.91 0.03 0.52 0.02

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.69 0.01 0.20 0.01

12.44 0.03 0.62 0.02

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.90 0.01 0.25 0.01

10.50 13.80

MINIMU M MAXIMUM

4.13 5.43

10.70 14.10

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

4.21 5.55

CaEFF. OF VARIAT=ON VETA I SYI0EI=YVETA II KURECSIS-

4.4% 0.40 3.24

COEFF. OF VARIATION SM ='-RYVETA I KUPrcIS---VEA II

5.0% 0.02 2.78

NUBqER OF SUBIECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERCEIIES

PERCENTILES CENMTITERS IN=-ES 10.85 10.98 11.06 11.15 11.29 11.39 11.46 11.54 11.60 11.67 11.73 11.79 11.86 11.93 12.00 12.07 12.15 12.24 12.34 12.46 12.61 12.82 12.94 13.02 13.12

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15T'h 20MH 25Th 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 5011H 55TH 60TH 65Th 70111 75TH 80TH 85TH 90Tm 95TH 9711 987-1 99TH

CENTrI 11.01 11.17 11.27 11.41 11.63 11.78 11.90 12.00 12.10 12.18 12.27 12.35 12.43 12.51 12.59 12.68 12.77 12.87 12.98 13.10 13.26 13.48 13.62 13.72 13.86

4.27 4.32 4.35 4.39 4.45 4.48 4.51 4.54 4.57 4.59 4.62 4.64 4.67 4.69 4.72 4.75 4.78 4.82 4.86 4.91 4.97 5.05 5.10 5.13 5.16 32"

INCES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20111 25TH 20Th 35TH 40TH 45111 50Mh 55TH 60111 65TH 70Th 75Th 80TIl 85TH 90TH 95TH 971H 98TH 99TH

4.33 4.40 4.44 4.49 4.58 4.64 4.68 4.72 4.76 4.80 4.83 4.86 4.89 4.93 4.96 4.99 5.03 5. 07 5.11 5.16 5.22 5.21 5.36 5,,40 5.46

(131)

VRISr-,TUL IMK'GTAI

The horizontal distance betwe-en a bacl wall aed the stylion lanc ,ark on the right wristc of the at-tretched arm is irasured on a wall scale. The subject stands erect in a corner looking straight ahead with the feet together ard the heels 20 cn frcm the back wall. The buttocks and shoulders are against the wall. The right arm and hard with the palm dcon are stretched forward horizontally against a scale on the side wall. The thumb continues the horizontal line of the arm and the index finger curves around to touch the pad at the end of the thuzrb. The subject's right shoulder is held against the rear wall.

1324

!i::'7

-,

*2,

VAKUME

W. 13-RS4ALIZ=11

FEMAIFS

mumE

THE SUMRY SAISTCS CET-ES INCHES

THE StAZMY STATITCS CENTIME INCHES

63.39 0.13 2.32 0.09

MEiAN SE(EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

24.96 0.05 0.91 0.04

68.32 0.15 3.33 0.11

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST LEV SE(SD)

26.90 0.06 1.31 0.04

57.80 70.90

M=ijM! MAXIMUM

22.76 27.91

59.50 MINIMUM S0.30 MAXMI

23.43 31.61

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY=RYVETA 1 KidWiSISV•-TA II NUMBER OF SUBJECrS

3.7% 0.32 2.96

(OEFF. OF VARIATIC&N SYM1IY-VEI I KJRISISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

PERCENTIIS

CE1I7ME=E~ 58.72 59.09 59.36 59.77 60.45 60.95 61.36 61.73 62.07 62.38 62.68 62.98 63.27 63.57 63.88 64.20 64.53 64.90 65.32 65.81 66.44 67.39 68.04 68.52 69.30

INCHiES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20IH 25TH 30Ul` 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 701H 75TH 807H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

CM=

23.12 23.26 23.37 23.53 23.80 24.00 24.16 24.30 24.44 24.56 24.68 24.79 24.91 25.03 25.15 25.27 25.41 25.55 25.72 25.91 26.16 26.53 26.79 26.98 27.29

487

PERCE=IIEs jS= INCHES

61.56 61.86 62.20 62.80 63.94 64.80 65.49 66.09 66.62 67.10 67.55 67.98 68.39 68.79 69.19 69.59 70.00 70.45 70.95 71.54 72.33 73.67 74.71 75.60 77.27 325

4.9% 0.21 3.18

1ST 2ND 3RD K!H 10TH 15TH 20Th 25Th 30IH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70IH 75TH 80111 851H 9011H 95TH 97111 98TH 99TH

24.24 24.36 24.49 24.73 25.17 25.51 25.78 26.02 26.23 26.42 26.59 26.76 26.92 27.08 27.24 27.40 27.56 27.74 27.93 28.17 28.48 29.00 29.41 29.76 30.42 [

(132)

L-2GI, U2•[--T-

F"IEMNT'

The horizontal distance betw;een a back wall and the stylion lan.1rark on

the riqht wrist of the naxinally outstretched arm is reasLLred cn a wall scale. The subject stands erect in a corner looking straight ahead with the feet together ard the heels 20 am from the back wall. The buttocks and the left shoulder are against the wall. The right arm an2, hand with the palm down are stretched forward horizontally as far as pIcxsible against the side wall. The tht-nb continues the horizontal line of the arm and the index finger curves around to touch the pad at the end of the thumb. The subject's left shoulder is held against the rear wall.

326

'=7

•/

VARTIABE MO. 132-WR-I1ST--W7

IEI -IN, EXL-NED

D=

MALES

THE SU7I2ARY STATISTICS

ThE SUMMARY STATISTICS

CETI924EIRS

INCHES

CENTflIRS

69.51 0.13 2.43 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

27.36 0.05 0.96 0.04

73.90 0.15 3.42 0.11

MEAN SE(NE.AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

29.09 0.06 1.34 0.04

64.00 80.80

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

25.20 31.81

64.70 85.30

MINIMULM RXEI'IM

25.47 33.58

CDEFF. OF VARIPJATCN SYP2ETRYVE.TA I 1JRIOISVETrA II NUME

OF SUBJECIS

3.5% 0.44 3.87

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYliMEYVETA I IJRECISVETA II

334

NUMBE

71.97 72.58

73.53 74.19 74.71 75.61

OF SUBJ'ECIS

CEN

487

INCHE

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10MH 157H 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TI, 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85Th

25.55 25.63 25.71 25.86 26.14 26.35 26.53 26.69 26.84 26.97 27.10 27.22 27.34 27.47 27.59 27.71 27.85 27.99 28.15 28.34

66.69 67.38 67.85 68.52 69.62 70.39 71.01 71.55 72.04 72.50 72.94 73.36 73.78 74.20 74.63 75.08 75.56 76.08 76.68 77.37

90Th

28.57

95TH 971H 98TH 99TH

28.95 29.21 29.41 29.77

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107H 15TH 20T-H 25Th 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80MH 85TH

26.26 26.53 26.71 26.98 27.41 27.71 27.96 28.17 28.36 28.54 28.71 28.88 29.05 29.21 29.38 29.56 29.75 29.95 30.19 30.46

78.29

90TH

30.32

79.72 80.70 81.47 82.76

95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

31.38 31.77 32.08 32.58

327

-T7.7-,-

4.6% 0.30 3.32

PERCM•;IlII/

PERCENTIIES CENTIMETERS INChES 64.89 65.10 65.31 65.69 66.39 66.94 67.39 67.80 68.16 68.51 68.83 69.14 69.45 69.76 70.08 70.40 70.73 71.09 71.50

INCHES

4 -='7,

/

K

K,

V

/

I



(a '

i,328

<.'"

kI

CHAPIER V THE DEIVED DLENSIO?'S While logistics denand a reasonable limit to the nurber of dimensions that can be measured in an anthrcpcetric survey, there is an almost infinite nuirber of additional dimensions that can be calculated from the measured data. Scme 60 additional dimensions, concentrated in areas applicable to clothing, workspace, and analog design, were derived £rom the measured dimensions in this survey. These are intended to meet scm of the more specialized needs of designers and engineers in these fields, though users should be cautioned that calculated data may not be as consis.tently reliable as data obtained by direct neasurement. A discussion of estimated observer error for the derived dimensions can be found in chapter VII of N•TICK,/TR-89/044 3.988 Anthrocmtric Survey of U.S. AMne Personnel: Methods and Suivary Statistics.-)-A visual index begins on the next page and is followed by the data pages, which include dimension descriptions, sunrary statistics and percentile tables.

(

329

.'....•

\I

-.

-.

VISUAL INDEX"k-DERIVED DINMENSIONS

D11

03

D11

(D 1) (D2)

,ýBDOMTNL LIK ACROMION-AXILLA LENGTH 'GH(D19) RM(D'-() (0)

(D-4)

AXILLA-WMAIST L-ENGTH INDENTATIOND

(D5)

AXILLA-WAIST LENGTH

(D6)

CALFLIK(I?.LON

(010)

CLAVICLE LriNK(05

(D 11)

CROTCH LENGTH, ANTE-RIOTR (NATURAL, INDENTATION)

(I)CROTCH LENGT!A.NiTE OIPLLI> EYE HIH PELVIC LI>NK

RIO

SiR.UDRWITLENGTH (33) PNTRL NTRLIDNAIN (OALO S!HOULDE - -V,-%ST LEFNGTI D (0-4)'

SLEEVE. IN\SEAMl (3)TIHL

330

VISUAL DDX-DERIVED DIMIENSIONS (Continued)

'_

038

_

_

G17

(1D)

RNEF. K .IN l

(D0R1S F'(NA UAL INDi:MV-1N)

13 I)

DACITYLION HEIGHT (DL?)

GRIP LENGTH

(D 1R) RL130W-WRIS

I,E-NOTH

(D20")

[YR-RINK

(L)18)

THORAX LINK

(B--.

lPRACH VERTICAL [NIJ.X FIN(TIITR

(D¾

IST-\V;IST(NT.\I INIFi\TRG) VE Si)ULI)FR A!'TWIT(NI' AJ

DO

O'v ! R SHOULIDER

331

VISUAL 11NDEX - DERIVED DIME!"ISIONS

(Ccmnutin.')

.4. P )F

I~

2-Z. ()-, 1, 'CT\

U__2

VISUAL Il DEX - DERIVED DIMIENSIONS (Continued)

J

33

.........-

41

H

U

D

R

L

P

'-T (~1),8

0'4

V

l-I

A.LG RIP R

A'/1I RI

'

E C X) N(

50

E

TC

X

M.

!,,GE

TIPRFA

II

(D53)

33 '3

XFN

I

l

% l

l

1

E T C LT IAIU fP RFA IID

W

(D l: ýý ,'AV RI I: (l ,FTI? ED ( 5) VFRI 6)

LID

Dr

RI THI H

VERTICAL WISDT FINGH1T1 REXTEN HE

VISUAL ENDEX

-

DERIVED DIMENSIONS (Continued)

1/15

C022ý

001

"all'

I (FI) 15)

(D221)

I

'T(VT ~ VIY.', NO

c.

(P ')

D.\(T''1

B7?'

I

%,"ALL

FLOWKTIONA\! CRiP REAM7 L IWF It NC~~~~~IT~Q .i R ~ BB C .r 'v

(~y p( ~

;:

) . ~~ j BAC IIN3AV

~ v

(rA.l

ý

W

S

):" 1

D ,,A

T",V

ILUT

3

IF .1

It

V V 14

4

p.

335 I

I

A I

.

(DI)

A

MIAxL

=ui

The vertical distance betrean the inferior point of the right tenth rib and tbh ilicaristale lari k cn the tcp of the right side of the pelvis is cal culatedi as follcTs: T'Ai RIB HEIiT minus IUCCRTIO2IE HEIGl-rr.

336

VIAIABIE I}O. (Dl) -AE=cla-!L

THE SU^MY STATISHE

SINCiES 5.27 0.09 1.57 0.06 0.90 10.70

-

~

SUtnlARY S•kTISTICS CIME= INfIES

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.07 0.03 0.62 0.02

4.51 0.06 1.25 0.04

MEAN SE(I(EAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

1.77 0.02 0.49 0.02

MiTNim X=,JfYl,

0.35 4.21

-0.30 9.30

MNI~iIj' YAM IJM

-0.12 3.66

COEFF. OF VARIATION

SYMMEIYWJRMSIS-

U

VETA I VETA Ii

NUMBER OF SUBJECT

29.8%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

0.05 2.95

SYNME-TRYNJPUSIS-

334

VEI I VETA II

NtJNBM OF SUBJECTiS

PERCENTI1ES C&=T4L-fflS fIN=E

27.7%

0.16 3.37 487

PERCENTILES CENTfIME= IN=-F

1.65 2.06 2.32 2.68 3.25 3.63 3.94 4.20 4.44 4.66

IST 2ND 3RD 5Tlh 1I'TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 3uTh 35TH

0.65 0.81 0.91 1.06 1.28 1.43 1.55 1.65 1.75 1.83

1.79 2.09 2.29 2.55 2.95 3.23 3.46 3.65 3.83 4.00

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25Th 39H 35Th

0.70 0.82 0.90 1.00 1.16 1.27 1.36 1.44 1.51 1.57

4.86

40TH

1. 91

4.15

40TH

1.64

5.06 5.26 5.46 5.66 5.87 6.09 6.33 6.59 6.89 7.27 7.83 8.19

45Th 50TH 55TH 60Ul 65TH 70MH 75TH 807H 85TH 90TH 95Thl 97TH

1.99 2.07 2.15 2.23 2.3:1. 2.40 2.49 2.59 2.71 2.86 3.08 3.22

4.31 4.47 4.62 4.78 4.95 5.13 5.32 5.54 5.80 6.12 6.60 6.91

45Th 50TH 5571H 60T[H 65TH 70TH 75aT 80Th 85'IH 90TH 95TH 97Th

1.70 1.76 1.82 1.88 1.95 2.02 2.10 2.18 2.28 2.41 2.60 2.72

8.45

98Th

3.33

7.13

98Th

2.81

8.85

997Th

3.48

7.47

99TH

2. 9A

337

I

(D2)

Aa~r~fC2N-AVMIA WLv

The vertical distance between the acrrc'ion lardrark on the tip of the

right shoulder and the anterior-scye- on-the-tcrso landmark of a subject.I standing erect with the arms relaxed at the sides is calculated as follows: ACaTFLAL HEI=-T =,us AXIITA HEICTGr.

'N

ii

338

VARIA!E

M. (D2) -AC;ZiIC-AxtIA

THE SUOMARY SATISTICS CE=&=1 INCHES

M[

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS cn~rIMET INCHES

10.41 0.05 0.88 0.03

M4EAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.10 0.02 0.35 0.01

12.24 0.04 0.94 0.03

mE SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.82 0.02 0.37 0.01

7.90 12.90

MIMTNiL'M MOSl•I3M

3.11 5.08

9.50 15.40

MINVJM MAXIM=t4

3.74 6.06

COEFF. OF VARIATICN

8.5%

CDEFF. OF VARIATION

7.7%

SYIRYNIqKdSIS-

0.11 3.18

SYrO=I1YVETA I KURILSIS-VETA II

0.16 2.98

NUMBER OF SUB4ECS

487

VETA I VETA II

NUMER OF SUBJECTS

334

PERCMTrII.S

PEROENTIES

8.23 8.56 8.76 9.00 9.33 9.54 9.70

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 0lam 15TH 20TH

3.24 3.37 3.45 3.54 3.67 3.76 3.82

10.19 10.40 10.53 10.72 11.03 11.25 11.42

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 2C0TH

4.01 4.09 4.15 4.22 4.34 4.43 4.50

9.83 9.95

25TH 30TH

3.87 3.92

II.E7 11.71

25TH 30TH

4.56 4.61

10.07 10.17

35TYH 40TH

3.96 4.00

11.84 11.97

35TH 40TH

4.66 4.71

10.28

45Th)

4.05

12.09

45TH

4.76

10.38

50TH1

4.09

12.21

50Th

4.81

10.49 10.60

55TH 60XIH

4.13 4.17

12.33 12.45

55TI 60TH

4.85 4.90

10.71

65TH

4.22

12.58

65TH

4.95

10.84

70TH

4.27

12.72

70TH

5.01

10.98

75TH

4.32

12.87

75TH

5.07

11.14

8011H

4.39

13.04

80TH

5.13

11.33

85TH

4.46

13.23

85TH

5.21

11.58 11.96 12.22 12.41 12.71

9= 95TI 97TH 98TH 99TH

4.56 4.71 4.81 4.89 5.00

13.48 13.84 14.08 14.25 14.52

90Tm 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

5.31 5.45 5.54 5.61 5.72

339

The vertical dista-ne hetween the acrornion larnrark on the tip of the of a subject standing right sh[ulder ard the tip of the middle finrr erec with the ainrs straight at the sides is calculated as follss:

ACR1C)1AL HEIMN ruinus WPIST HEI~iT plus IM'D

ID7.

/\°

340

.1

4I

VARIAMlE NO. (D3) -EI

UlI.I

F•£XAES

MALES

THE SUWMMAY STAT1ISTICS

THE SLZ2M7R STATISTICS[

INCHES

CENTIMETERS

CENTI]AE=

INCHES

73.98 0.13 2.45 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

29.13 0.05 0.96 0.04

79.20 0.16 3.62 0.12

69.30 84.40

MINIMUM MAXIMAM

27.28 33.23

69.00 MINIMM 89.30 MXTJN,

27.17 35.16

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

31.18 0.06 1.43 0.05

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYME'FlRYVETA I KIURIOSIS-VETA II

3.3% 0.82 4.11

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SYME9IRYVETA 1 KiRi0IS-VETA II

4.6% 0.13 2.7-

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERMILZBrI

INCHIES

CENTIMfE=S

CNIE

PERCENTlILES

INCHES

69.71 70.04 70.26 70.57 71.12 71.53 71.88 72.20 72.50 72.79 73.09 73.38 73.68 73.99 74.31

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20IH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH

27.45 27.57 27.663 27.79 28.00 28.16 28.30 28.42 28.54 28.66 28.77 28.89 29.01 29.13 29.26

71.72 72.39 72.84 73.49 74.56 75.34 75.99 76.57 77.10 77.61 78.09 78.57 79.06 79.54 80.04

IST 'ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH

28.24 28.50 28.68 28.93 29.36 29.66 29.92 30.15 30.36 30.55 30.75 30.93 31.12 31.32 31.51

74.65 75.03

65Th 70TH

29.39 29.54

80.56 81.11

65TH 70TH

31.72 31.93

75.44 75.93 76.50 77.25 78.39

75TH 80TH 85Th 9 M 95TH

29.70 29.89 30.12 30.41 30.86

81.71 82.38 83.14 84.09 85.44

75TH 80TH 85TH 90TM 95Th

32.17 32.43 32.73 33.11, 33.64

79.15

97TH

31.16

86.25

97TH

33.96

79.71 80.59

98Th 991M

31.38 31.73

86.81 87.61

98TH 99TH

34.18 34.49

341

7

"

1

I 4

(D,4)

AC~IA-4zVýLST m. -Cfl

i~r UPL

The vertical distance bet-weei

LflTt

the right anterior-scy -on-the-torso

lam rk and the level of the •waist at its natural indentation is calculated as follows: X/ILIA PElC+CT minus WAIST HEIG-?r (NAnirRAL INDETrrATION).

3

SI.

342

.,

)6

VARIABTE M~. (D4) -Ar

TE~rUN=

(KnATRAL4 INDW

FEMA~iSMAS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTITME=ER INCHES

M E SUI20RY STATIbST(CS CENTIM=IR INCHES

18.56

MEAN

7.31

20.08

MEAN

7.90

0.12 2.15 0.08

SE (MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

0.05 0.85 0.03

0.08 1.83 0.06

SE(MEAN) ST DE7 SE(SD)

0.03 0.72 0.02

13.70 25.80

MINMU4M MAXIMUM

5.39 10.16

14.40 25.00

MIlIJM1 MAXDIM

5.67 9.84

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYn=MEITRYVE2A I IUTOISVEIM II

11.6% 0.45 3.35

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRYVETA I 1KJRITSISVETA Ii

9.1% 0.10 2.84

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PERCENTILiM CEIMST=

PERCENTIIES CrnT-TERS INCHES

INCHES

14.24 14.65 14.93 15.33 15.97 16.41 16.77 17.09 17.38

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30TH

5.61 5.77 5.88 6.03 6.29 6.46 6.60 6.73 6.84

16.08 16.49 16.76 17.13 17.73 18.15 .18.49 18.79 19.06

1ST 2NTD 3RD 57H 1OTH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH

6.33 6.49 6.60 6.74 6.98 7.15 7.28 7.40 7.50

17.65 17.91 18.16 18.42 18.67 18.94 19.22 19.53 19.87 20.26 20.74 21.28 22.42 23.17 23.77 24.79

35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 986TH 99TH

6.95 7.05 7.15 7.25 7.35 7.46 7.57 7.69 7.82 7.98 8.16 8.42 8.83 9.12 9.36 9.76

19.31 19.56 19.79 20.03 20.27 20.52 20.77 21.04 21.33 21.66 22.04 22.52 23.22 23.67 24.00 24.50

35TH 40MH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65.T 701."{ 75H1 80-TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 971H 98TH 99Th

7.60 7.70 7.79 7.89 7.98 2.08 8.18 8.28 8.40 8.53 8.68 8.87 9.14 9.32 9.45 9.65

"

343

~cuzzz::zzzr~~~'zz~

77zz::z17 z7

ON)

e anirv~y-cltCtr~ The,, vertical distarxý- betee the leval of the.. j%-aist at the naivel

344

aryrazrl, ardr ifikncalculatocd arz follc'i;:-,

VAM=BL

THE

<

0.10 1.83 0.07 20.10 32.90

M- =11 (CZ-nIIXLTc~r)

"iE SW .RY S=ThIITICS

ARY STTISI1CS

M ELI IZS 26.05

WD. (LM) -AXIIXA--!IT

Th~aff

MIMEaIFS

MVEAN SE (MIM) ST DEV SE (SD)

10.25 0.04 0.72 0.03

26.72

MINTh•!J MAXIMh1,

7.91 12.95

21.00 32.90

COEFF. OF WRTAM/• TI SYAAgRYVErA I =I•,JSIS---VEgA II

7.0% 0.14 3.23

NUI4BL-'1 OF SJB•r, CS

334

0. 09 2.04 0.07

M/AN

SE (MEN) ST DEi SE (SD) MINTTIhM MA2U12A

cOEF'. OF VARIATICII SY1'='IYVI-iVA I Klf, I3SVELA I IUM-?

UMMTA.3INCa hS

OF SMID=JEC]

aCIn*'rIMIMTs

10.52

0.04 0.80 0.03 8.27 12.95 7.6% 0.14 2.86 487

I Na!IF.S

21.90

11

8.62

22.06

1Is

8.68

22.39 22.69 23.10 23.74 24.17 24.50 24.80 25.06 25.31 25.55 25.77

2ND 3RD 5Th1 10TI 15911 20711 25111 30111 3511 40Y1 4511[

8.81 8.93 9.10 9.35 9.51. 9.65 9.76 (.87 9.96 10.0o

2JND 3 PD 57H I(7, i.5'ý11 2tY~3I 2511h 30 [T! 35"! 4M111 45"1

8.91 9.05 9.23 9.51 9.69 9.84 9.97 10.08 10.19 1.0.29 10.39

26. 0

5(Cl}

1(0.15 10.24

22.63 22.98 23.45 24.15 24.62 24.99 25.31 25.61 25.88 26.14 26.40

26.66

50(YI

10.49

26.23

551"1

10.33

26.92

55Th1

10.60

26.46 26.70

6i71f 6 7, 11

10.42 10.51

27. 11 27.46

6)(11! 6`51 *(

10.70 10.81

26.96 27.24 27.55 27.91 28.'37 29.04 29.43 29.79 30.23

7(7TIh 75MI{ 8(71o{ 85'117, 9011i1, 95TMh 97111 92T10 9f?!{

10.61 10.72 10. 5 10.99 11.17 12.43 11. 61 11.73 11.92

27.75 23.08 28.44 28.86 29.40 .30 18 30.68 31.1 31.57

70'1,1 75'1Th1 81 !

:345

10.93 11.05 11.20 11.1 36 91)01" ! 1 . 1 .57 951)" 1 l7. 97111 12. 03 9('1,. 12.22 9T1h! 12.43

(E,6)

CALF LJUM

The vertical distar~cp bebotc,-n the lateral fe.-orerJ epiondyle larerark on the side of the richt 'knee and the latceral railleoluzs lar~rark on thxe outside of the. right. ankle is calculat,-d as~ follows: IA¶IMMV, FE'NCRM, EPMITXDYL2 HF.T,7,P ainus. LA i%?L MI FQL EIGHT.

u

VARIA=- NO. (D6) -C
FIIES

MAILS

hE SLTM2,ARY STATISTICS 71?IT4E-SEI

¶1IE SUIVARY STATISTICS CfNl!tiFS INCiES

S

40.94 0.08 1.51 0.06

MEAN SE (:IEN ST DEV SE(SD)

16.12 0.03 0.59 0.02

43.50 0.10 2.22 0.07

MAN SE( rAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

17.13 0.04 0.87 0.03

37.00 46.40

MNIML1M MAXIMUM

14.57 18.27

38.30 49.70

MIM 1-X,4J4

15.08 19.57

(OEFF.

OF VARLATION

3.7%

CEFF. OF VP1ZI)AI[O,

5.1%

0.55 3.60

SYM,2ThY-VE`PA I KURrOSIS----VETA II

0.19 2.66

NUMBER OF ST.BJECIS

334

NUMIBER OF SU13ECIS

487

FEM=;YIoil Pl=.'r~

WMiES

37.89 38.21 38.41 38.69 39.13 39.43

1ST 2ND 3PD 5711 1011{ 15ni

14.92 15.04 15.12 15.23 15.41 15.52

38.96 39.31 39.57 39.96 40.62 41.11

1ST 2ND 3RD 5T11 100I1 151'H

15.34 15.48 15.58 15.73 15.99 16.19

39.68 39.89 40.09 40.27 40.45 40.62 40.80 40.98 41.17 41.37 41.58 41.83 42.11 42.45 42.91 43.65 44.18 v.59 45.29

20'I{1 25TH 30M, 351i 49111 45.71 50T1I 55Th{ 60TM1 65T7h 7011175Th1 801I1 85Th 90'111 951T11 977H 98nTh 99Th1

15.62 15.70 15.78 15.85 15.92 15.99 16.06 16.13 16.21 16.29 16.37 16.47 16.58 16.71 16.89 17.1.9 17.39 17.56 17.83

41.52 41.88 42.21 42.52 42.82 43.12 43.41 43.71 44.01 44.32 44.65 45.01 45.41 45.88 46.45 47.29 47.82 48.19 48.77

20tHY 251T{ 30111 35111 40111 4511h 5(M11 55Th 60T.[]{ 65TI 70TH 75T111 80,11 85Th1 901l1 95P1 97111 98{111 99111

16.35 16.49 16.62 16.74 16,86 16.98 17.09 17.21 17.23 17.45 17.58 17.72 17.88 18.06 18.29 18.62 18.83 13.97 19.20

SYNMErRY-VErA I KURFOSIS--VETA II

cg

CENT crmnI=RI TC-t=

347

DICIM

(D-,)

CM7ST I4FIcM,

STLMImx

Te M vertical di-Starce- between a sittirq surface and1 the right nipple on men or t~he right bastmoint on vtr'.en, sitting erect, is calculaated as follcwms: SIT=TNG HEMUiC-rrinus (MATN1.7J2E -raiirus aQTE:-7 HEIGiT).t

AA

/

46.93 18.48 0.12 SEXITAN STM TS) 0.05

48.87 0.10 SEIMANYMIA

2.16 0.08

ST DV SE(SD)

0.85 0.03

2.19 0.07

41.40 53.10

MIND" Y14

16.30 20.91

41.70 55.50

ODEFF. OF W.RIATION SYYZ=YVEMA I IUTOISVETA II KIP=

OF SUBJECrS

PERCYh CEITIMEMTS 41.90 42.51 42.89 43.39 44.16 44.67 45.08 45.43 45.75 46.05 46.33 46.61 46.89 47.16 47.45 47.74 48.05 48.39 48.77 49.21 49.77 50.59 51.12 51.49 52.06

4.6% 0.06 2.86

MI4EANIM MAXDT4

QOEFF. OF VARIATION SY.T2Y--VEIM I KJRIISIS-VEM II

334

NUMNE

LES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Il 15TH 20M1 25TH 30MH 35TH 401H 45TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 651H 70TH 75TH 80TlH 8571 90TH 95Di 97Mh 981H 99Th

ST D SE(SD)

INCHES 16.49 16.74 16.88 17.08 17.38 17.59 17.75 17.89 18.01 18.13 18.24 18.35 18.46 18.57 18.68 18.80 18,92 19.05 19.20 19.38 19.60 19.92 20.12 20.27 20.49

0.86 0.03 16.42 21.85 4.5% -0.04 3.08

OF SUBJECrS

487

PERCERMMII/ CEI,4TE12

INCHES

43.45 44.22 44.67 45.25 46.09 46.62 47.04 47.40 47.72 48.02 48.30 48.57 48.85 49.12 49.40 49.69 50.00 50.33 50.71 51.14 51.69 52.47 52.95 53.28 53.75

349

19.24 0,04

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 451h 50TH 55TH 6(YIH 65Th 70TH 75TH 8011H 851H 90TH{ 957H 97Th 98TH 99711

17.11 17.41 17.59 17.81 18.14 18.36 18.52 18.66 18.79 18.90 19.02 19.12 19.23 19.34 19.45 19.56 19.68 19.82 19.96 20.13 20.35 20.66 20.84 20.98 21.16

I

(D)8)

CHESI--NM2

E,'YP (IUTOUAT¶L

The difference between the cii

TC)

-teferen~ceof the chest and the

circiunfference of the waist at. the level of its rn
350~

VARTABIE VO. (D8) -aMT-IST

=P, KkjA

D

•q

Ca

SIIQmES

THE SUYMRY STATISTIC

THE SUMA.RY STATISTICS

INCHEs

CET1TR

INCHES

CENTIETERS 18.33 0.19 3.42 0.13

EAN SE((MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.21 0.07 1.34 0.05

15.28 0.16 3.51 0.11

NEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.02 0.06 1.38 0.04

8.60 31.00

M 4UM MAXIMUJ4

3.39 12.20

3.00 29.70

MIIMUM MAX2MUM

1.18 11.69

COEFF. OF VARIATION VETA I S)'ETRYVETA II KURITOSISNUME

OF SU-BJECTS

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM1FTRYVETA I FUJIWItISVETA II

18.6% 0.03 3.34

487

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

PERCENTIIS

PERCENILES CENZYTD

INCH{ES

CTITITS

23.0% 0.15 3.59

IN=

10.18 11.10 11.72

IST 2ND 3RD

4.01 4.37 4.61

7.14 8.20 8.84

1ST 2ND 3RD

2.81 3.23 3.48

13.89

10TH

5.47

10.93

10H

4.30

14.79 15.48 16.08 16.61 17.09 17.54 17.97 18.39 18.80 19.22 19.65 20.10 20.59 21.13

15TH 20TH 25TH 30=H 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60T1H 65TH 70TH 75T1 80TH 85TH 90'}H 95TH 97TH 98TH 99Th

5.82 6.10 6.33 6.54 6.73 6.90 7.07 7.24 7.40 7.57 7.74 7.91 8.10 8.32 8.57 8.89 9.39 9.74 10.01 10.48

11.75 12.39 12.95 13.44 13.90 14.34 14.75 15.19 15.61 16.05 16.51 17.00 17.54 18.15 18.87 19.81 21.26 22.23 22.97 24.15

15TH 20TH 25TH 30Th 35Thi 4=TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75Th 80TH 857h 9JTH 95TH 97TH 987H 991H

12.57

\21.76

22.58 23.85 24.74 25.43 26.61

51H

9.68

4.95

351

5TH

3.81

4.63 4.88 5.10 5.29 5.47 5.64 5.81 5.98 6.15 6.32 6.50 6.69 6.90 7.15 7.43 7.80 8.37 8.75 9.04 9.51

(D9g)

C-

MS LOP(cITJC)

chest ard the The difference between the circtuference of the (carpalion) is navel the of level the at waist the circumfererce of CMM=JRMEPT•CE WIST minus CH=T CCUI,!FE'Z0CE calculated as foll!ws: (35O2).

I

I1 ,•!,

I

Va

h= m. (Dg) --OaFST-+qST

mP,

i-mLiCm

MAF-

FQLES

TEE SUIT IRY STATISTIC CETIMETERS INCES

THE SUNZARY SrATISTICS CENTIMEERS INC=HS

10.83 0.28 5.19 0.20

MEPIN SE(MEIAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

4.26 0.11 2.04 0.08

12.08 0.21 4.70 0.15

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

4 75 C,08 1.85 0.06

-5.90 25.40

MNDJM IVAXIMAU24

-2.32 10.00

-2.10 27.50

MINTMLM WXMfIUM

-0.83 10.83

CnEFF. OF VARIATION S•K24E'mY- VETA I 1J=ISVETA II 1tJMEER OF SUBJECIS

48.0% -0.44 3.08

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYnM2EIvVEMA I KJlqf-OSISVETA II

334

NIR1.ER OF SUBJECTS

PERCTIS CElT -2.74 -1.19 -0.14 1.34 3.69 5.27 6.49 7.53 8.43 9.24 9.98 10.68 11.36 12.00 2-2.64 13.27 13.91 14.57 15.29 16.08 17.04 18.41 19.32 20.01 21.17

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1iT 15TH 2011h 25Th 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 507H 55TH 60=H 65TH 70UH 75-H 80TH 85Th 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th 99TH

38.9% 0.06 3.05 487

PERCE-NTIIUS CENTh.EIES INCHES

U;=INCES

'

[

-1.08 -0.47 -0.06 0.53 1.45 2.07 2.56 2.96 3.32 3.64 3.93 4.21 4.47 4.73 4.98 5.22 5.48 5.74 6.02 6.33 6.71 7.25 7.61 7.88 8.34

1.87 2.71 3.34 4.31 5.95 7.13 8.07 8.90 9.63 10.31 10.95 11.56 12.15 12.75 13.34 13.94 14.58 15.26 16.02 16.90 18.03 19.80 21.05 22.03 23.74 353

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 209H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 75Th 80mi 85TH 90TH 95Th 97Th 98TH 99Th

0.74 1.07 1.32 1.70 2.34 2.81 3.18 3.50 3.79 4.06 4.31 4.55 4.79 5.02 5.25 5.49 5.74 6.01 6.31 6.65 7.10 7.80 8.29 8.67 9.35

e

(DIO)

CIVICIE IMZ7(

The distance bettwcn the midline of the bhcxy aml thpe acrcricn larn:!zoak on the tip of the right shoulder iss calcuilated as crm-half of BIA=,AITXT ERPADlIH.

L

N

354

/

//

VARIABLE M. (D10) -CLAVICLE Lf.l2 mmm

MALES

SUYM4ARY SrATISTICS ZHE IN={FS CENMIETERS

r=E SW4ARY STATISTICS INCHES OfLMETERS 18.46

MEAN

7.27

20.03

MEAN

7.89

0.04 0.75 0.03

SE(MEAN) ST DWV SE(SD)

0.02 0.30 0.01

0.04 0.87 0.03

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.02 0.34 0.01

16.30 20.60

M=UM MAkXTU

6.42 8.11

17.40 22.60

MINIMU MAX4MM

6.85 8.90

COEFF. OF VAR ION SYMMrRY-VETA I URIOSIS- VWA 11 NUM=

OF cUBJ=

C)EFF. OF wVRI=ON 1 SYIMmKY--VFNJ•asIS-VETA 1I

4.1% -0.13 2.65 334

NUMBER OF SUBJ=S

•2INCHES

CEvnql

IST

S

16.84 16.97 17.07 17.22 17.48 17.67 17.83 17.96 18.08 18.20 18.31 18.41 18.51 18.61 18.71 18.81 18.91 19.02

2ND 3RD 5TH 1001 15TH 20TfH 25TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45TrI 50TH 55TH 60 65Th 70TH 75TH

6.63 6.68 6.72 6.78 6.88 6.96 7.02 7.07 7.12 7.16 7.21 7.25 7.29 7.33 7.37 7.41 7.45 7.49

17.86 18.15 18.33 18.57 18.92 19.15 19.33 19.48 19.61 19.74 19.85 19.96 20.07 20.18 20.28 20.39 20.51 20.64

19.14

80TH

7.54

20.78

19.28 19.44 19.67 19.81 19.90 20.05

85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98Th 99TH

20.94 21.14 21.45 21.65 21.79 22.03

7.59 7.65 7.74 7.80 7.84 7.89

355

-77Z=-7ý 7-77"777:777,17,777

• •= 1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TlI 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60T 65Th 70TH 75Thl 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

4.4% -0.13 2.99 487

INCHES 7.03 7.15 7.22 7.31 7.45 7.54 7.61 7.67 7.72 7.77 7.82 7.86 7.90 7.94 7.99 8.03 8.08 8.12

8.18

8.24 8.32 8.44 8.52 8.58 8.67

Ii! •i

.

1

(DU)

cizmni TI-1=1,

Xý17T•=~CR (EIdTMAIL

L'-,T.Xa

The surface distarce betw,.een the inner thigh lard~ark and1 the ablcirrcn at the level of the waist, at its- natur-al indientation of a siabject standing with onf- log on a stop is calculatedx as ffollews-: a=,I i L~I11 (ILATURV INDENTATICN) minus CPTCMI LE!,GI, FCSTEzRTCR (11LA'flJAL I1DEM~ATIal).

356

WMBENO. (DU) --C~0ia 112=!1, bnmiacR (NAMURAL FEM MAIES

THE SUlRY STATISTICS CErrnIERS INCHES

= -=allc)

THE SUARY SrATIM'ICS CENTI1EITER INCHES

38.07 0.18 3.28 0.13

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.99 0.07 1.29 0.05

38.59 0.14 3.11 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

15.19 0.06 1.22 0.04

29.50 50.00

M]TNR4•UM M2AXU(IrM

11.61 19.69

26.70 49.60

MIN-I-hI MAXIMRM

10.51 19.53

CX)EFF. OF VARIATION SYNMITRY-VErA I 1KJR10SIS---VETA 11

8.612 0.33 3.38

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

COEFF. OF VARIATON SY TRyM -VETA I 1qJR1OSIS-vFTA 11

334

NUM4BER OF SUBJECI'S

PERCENTILE CEnTIETERS I -fES

8.1% -0.01 3.51 487/

PERC=IES CENTa4ETERS INCHES

31.13 31.80 32.26

1ST 2ND 3RD

12.25 12.52 12.70

32.90 33.95 34.69 35.28 35.79 36.26 36.69 37.11 37.51 37.91 38.32 38.73 39.16 39.62 40.13

5TH 10TH 15*rd 20YIH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40H 457h 50TH 55TH 6U0H 65TH 70TH 75TH

30.78 31.94 32.63

12.95 13.37 13.66 13.89 14.09 14.28 14.45 14.61 14.77 14.93 15.09 15.25 15.42 15.60 15.80

1ST 2ND 3RD

12.12 12.58 12.85

40.70

80T-I

33.51 34.75 35.53 36.13 36.63 37.07 37.47 37.85 38.22 38.58 38.94 39.31 39.69 40.10 40.55

16.03

5TH 10=H 15Th 2=fI2H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40JH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TIH 65TH 70TH 75TH

13.19 13.68 13.99 14.22 14.42 14.59 14.75 14.90 15.05 15.19 15.33 15.48 15.63 15.79 15.97

41.38 42.27 43.67 44.65 45.40 46.67

85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

41.06

16.29 16.64 17.19 17.58 17.87 18.37

80TH

16.17

41.67 42.47 43.71 44.56 45.20 46.27

35TH 90TIH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

16.41 16.72 17.21 17.54 17.80 .8.22

357

N

.

L

V .

(D12)

aýC7IU2I 11,3GNII MIUT-MCR (cz11iL\1JcýI)

Vic surfacne distance, 1xct-,:een the inner th jrjh laa~rk an the ahxdcm-n at the level of the wai~st at the ravel (c~n-halion) of a subjc-ct starnIirw- with one lo~g on a step is calcalate-d as folicws: GOTQI IEGP (CkMhALION) minus, C~R0101 ,ml IuIN(ThI C TzR0 C~Lc)

/

5

....

....

I

VARIABlE NO. (D12)---'(a7Il lDf{

AMTIRIOR

kT7AI11S

(CarZLIct) MAUFS

ThE SLUMARY STATISTICS CEMIIME= IN'ES

T11E SLMMARY STATISTICr> CF2IIYETD'S III{IS

31.02 0.14 2.48 0.10

MEAN SE(ZFAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.21 0.05 0.97 0.04

32.71 0.12 2.65 0.09

IEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.88 0.05 1.04 0.03

25.30 42.60

MINBUM,12, IAIDI4IM

9.96 16.77

24.40 41.90

MIN IIUM7 AXLMUM

9.61 16.50

O3EFF. OF VARIATION SYI.EI1RY-....V171A I KU'R]ZSIS.---VDTA II l2il•EE

OF STBFZLI'S

8.0% 0.39 4.04

CO('0FF.

OF VARTATICON 8.1% ETA I1'•fRY... 0. 12 kL','?X3IS.---- VZFA II 2.99

334

NUMP,.17R OF SUBJECMS

4S7

25.46 26.03 26.43 26.93 27.86 23.47 28,95 29.36 29.72 30.06 30.33 30 613 30. 93 31. 2 31. 5 (3 31.83)

10.02 1ST 214D 10.25 3-1) 10.40 5Th11 10.62 1IYl1 10.97 15Th1 11.21 20"1{ 11.40 25TH V II1.5 s 3Cl1 11.70 35Th 11.83 4(111 11.7'6 45h '12. 0M 12.20 1 i'l 55,11 12.3 1 'i i2.43 '65T 12.56

27.23 27.72 28.06 28.55 29.36 29.94 30.42 30.85 31.24 31.61 31.96 32.30 32.65 32.93 33.3(:5 33 7'1

1Sf 10.72 2N'[D 10.91 3PRD 11.05 5Th1 I.24 i011{ 11.56 15111 11.79 2C"T1 II 1.98 25Th 12.15 39IThI 12.3) 35ThIl 12.44 4&Y 1 12. , 45*Th1 12.72 12. 5 5(ylll 5:' i 2.9T 6(1 11.13 65111 13.27

32.22

9 "7(11{ I 1. 751{i 12.83 0611 2.99 11•, ]3.17 9(/71 13.42 95TIh{ 1:11,1. 97"1 14.,14.32 1.*! 971! 14.70

31.10 34.52 34.99 3i,.53 36.20 37, 13 37.79 38.22 83.37

71111

13.4

75111 8(M11 85'} 9(1 951{ 97'I11 98Th1 9il

13. 13.7' !3.9! 1 .2' 14.I I 4 1.4l 15.05 15.30

32. 5:1 32. 98 113.4 6 34.09 35.09 35. 80 16 36 37.33

3`9

(DI3DAL1-M.-I ~kJ-..Y The vertical distance behct:-cn a stirdinr~g surface- and the tip of the right middle fingeor (dactylion) of a subject stardirrj erect with the anr.-ard hands~ straight at tes~icis is, c.Alculatcd as follriý7,: ;,IUST HEMICGfl mi-nus

MIiD

VA

CE

M

NO. (D13) -D-=-IO

11EIcX

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS ViT4IF'•INS CH2ES

TfHE SUMMARY STATISTICS CarrEPs INCHES

63.75 0.17 3.10 0.12

MEAN SE(14EAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

25.10 0.07 1.22 0.05

66.26 0.16 3.50 0.11

54.50 73. 10

MINDl1-7M MAX-24

21.46 28.78

54.90 76.00

COEFF. OF VAR•ATICN SYMET2RY---VFfA I KEJRTOSIS---VETA II NUNLMR OF SU&JECI'S

21.61 29.92

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYif----VETA Y 1qJRT0SIS----VETA II

5.3% -0.09 3.19

334

1MMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PEPCE4TI IFS LEIVIR N=-

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15Th 2XT11 25IT 30IH 35'M 40Th 45'T1 50Th 55Th 6(•111 65THI 70T'Ih 75Th 80Thl 85T' 1 901i{1 95TH 97T11 98Th, 99T1h

MINIU14 1=1714

26.09 0.06 1.38 0.04

4.-0% -0.16 3.29

PE•ŽrMIMLS

55.64 56.73 57.42 58.35 59.72 60.61 61.28 61.84 62.32 62.75 63.15 63.53 63.89 64.215 64.61 64.97 65.34 65.75 66.20 61.73 67.44 68.57 69.40 70.07 71.25

MEAN E(NE ýAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

~GITMETP

21,91 22.33 22.61 22.97 23.51 23.86 24.13 24.35 24.54 24.71 24.86 25.01 25.16 25.30 25.44 25.53 25.72 25.88 26.06 26.27 26 5 )7.00 27.32 27.59 28.05

hH 57.51 58.66 59.38 60.33 61.76 62.69 63.41 64.02 64.55 65.03 65.48 65.92 66.34 66.76 67.18 67.62 68.07 68.57 69.13 69.79 70.64 71.99 72.92 73.66 74.90

361

1ST 2ND 3RD 511{ 10111 157 1 20T-1 25T11 30M11 35Th{ 40-11 451H 50GTh 55Th 60MH 65Th1 70T11} 751-H 80TI 85111 901ill 95TH1 97111 9 311

22.64 23.09 23.38 23.75 24.32 24.68 24.96 25.20 25.41 25.60 25.78 25.95 26.12 26.28 26.45 26.62 26.80 27.00 27.22 27.48 27.81 28.34 2.871 29.00

9911h

29.49

tF

The horizontal distance heU..:een the plane of the back and the tip of the right middle firner or a subjoct standirnj erect with the back against a wall and the aim, hard, and fingers extended forward horizontally is

calculated as follvs.:

TRIST--WALL IE2,G-H plus HAND LENGi/

S¢______

_

I

13

362

/

_______/ ____

.

/

VARIABLE NO. (D14) --

IYIICN IMC

THE SUMIMARY STATISTICS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTl=IETS INCHS 81.64

FM4 NAIL

CE2TIf

=

INCHES

lEA

32.14

87.77

MEAN

34.56

0.15

SE (MEAN)

0.06

0.18

SE (MEAN)

0.07

2.72 0.11

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.07 0.04

3.93 0.13

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.55 0.05

75.90 91.10

MINIK7UM MAXIMUM

29.88 35.87

77.70 99.90

1MINIMUM MAXIM[I

30.59 39.33

3.3%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

4.5%

KURICSIS ---- VETA II

3.24

KURIWIS--VETA II

2.97

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECT'S

487

COEFF. OF VARIATION SSYMETR---VEA 1

0.51

SYM•l=TY---VETA

1

0.16

PERCEII IS CENTIML= INC{ES

PERCqLETILES CENTIME=S INCHES 76.54

1ST

30.13

79.81

1ST

31.42

76.85

2ND

30.26

80.19

2ND

31.57

77.10 77.51

2RD 5TH

30.36 30.52

80.58 81.28

3RD 5TH

31.73 32.00

78.25

10Th

30.81

82.58

10TH{

32.51

78.80 79.27 79.68 80.06 80.42 80.76 81.10 81.43 81.77 82.12 82.49 82.88 83.31 83.80 84.39 85.17 86.41 87.29 87,99 89.18

15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 651TI 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 98'I]TH 99TH{

31.02 31.21 31.37 31.32 31.66 31.79 31.93 32.06 32.19 32.33 32.48 32.63 32.80 32.99 33.23 33.53 34.02 34.37 34.64 35.11

83.57 84.37 85.07 85.70 86.27 86.81 87.32 87.82 88.30 88.79 89.28 89.80 90.35 90.97 91.69 92.65 94.22 95.41 96.40 98.22

15TH 201H 25TH 30Ml 35111 40TH 45TH 50'TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 701T1 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95T!hf 97TH 98711 99111

32.90 33.22 33.49 33.74 33.96 34.18 34.38 34.57 34.77 3.96 35.15 35.35 35.57 35.81 36.10 36.43 37 .10 37.56 37.95 38.67

363

(D15)

ElLACICThC

RPK-Gi FP22I !-MIJL, EXEENTLD

The horizontal distance- bet,,*een the plane of the back and the tip of the right middle fincjer of a subject standir.g erect with the left shoulder against a wall ar. the right shculder., arm, hand, and fingers extended forward horizontally as far as possible is calculated as follows: NGDh. WqPJST-WaLL IG0Th, ET-1MED plus HLT T

3,

'

(I

VARIABLE IM. (DIS) -DACrILIC

EMH FRI KLL, EXM

FMWAIES

MIvS

ThE SU•MARY SLATISTCS INCHES

THE SUI IARY STATISTIs

MENIME=ER

INCHES

CETIE

87.75

MEAIT

34.55

93.35

0.15 2.78

SE (MEAN) ST DEV

0.06 1.09

0.18 4.01

SE(M4EN) ST DEV

0.07 1.58

0.11

SEE(SD)

0.04

0.13

SE (SD)

0.05

32.20 39.41

82.90 106.90

MNINlUM M=A71-2%1

32.64 42.09

81.80 100.10

NINI.kfJM MA2ýJ

MEAN

36.75

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SY-TR'Y- VEM I

3.2% 0.57

COEFF. OF VAPACN SYMlETRY--VETA I

4.3% 0.23

KJRMSTS-VETA II

3.93

NJURTSIS-VETA II

3.17

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

NUMEM OF ScBJECT

PERCEMLES CxqlrTEI= INCHES 82.35 82.70 82.99 83.44 84.26 84.87 85.37 85.81 86.20 86.57 86.93 87.27 87.61 87.95 88.30 88.66 89.04 89.47 89.95 90.53 91.29 92.55 93.47 94.21 95.51

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 30TH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50'ild 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 9(IMH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99M1

PERCETIES CTA

32.42 32.56 32.67 32.85 33.17 33.41 33.61 33.78 33.c4 34.08 34.22 34.26 34.49 34.63 34.76 24.90 30.06 35.22 35.41 35.64 35.94 36.44 36.80 37.09 37.60

84.29 85.37 86.04 86.94 88.32 89.25 89.99 90.63 91.20 91.73 92.24 92.73 93.23 93.72 94.23 94.76 95.33 95.95 96.65 97.48 98.56 100.20 101.31 102.14 103.49 365

INCHES

TM

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th l10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35-h 407H 45TH 50MEH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 75TH 80Th 85Th 90TH 951H 97TH 98TH 99Th

33.19 33.61 33.87 34.23 34.77 35.14 35.43 35.68 35.90 36.11 36.31 36.51 36.70 36.90 37.10 37.31 37.53 37.77 38.05 38.38 38.80 39.45 39.89 40.21 40.74

(D16)

ETLMW RFSr HEICMIr, SMA•NDIU

The vertical distance bee;een a standing surface and the lcwest point of the right elbxw of a subject standing erect with the right elbow flexed 90 degrees is calculated as follows: FLIXCW REST tIEIGh7 plus STATURE minus SITTING HEIGl-?T.

366)

VARIABLE NO. (D16) -MKUe

REST HEIGHT, STANDINGr-

ME SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES CENTIME

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHS CENTIMETERS 103.01 0.19 3.47

<

MALES

PamAS

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

40.55 0.07 1.37

108.36 0.21 4.57

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

42.66 0.08 1.80

0.13

SE(SD)

0.05

0.15

SE(SD)

0.06

93.80 118.50

MINIMUM MAMXIUM

36.93 46.65

93.30 120.60

MINIMUM MNVXIJUM

36.73 47.48

CDEFF. OF VARIATION

3.4%

COEFF.,.

I

0.29

SYIMETRY---VETA

1'JRIOSIS---VETA II

3.67

OF VARIATION 1 NJIdDOSIS---VE-TA II

NUMER OF SUBTECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

SYM'4ETRY ----VETA

4.2% -0.01

2.95 487

LES

PERC=LESPERCB1NTI

INCHES

ICHESITDER 95.36 96.24 96.79 97.53

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH

37.54 37.89 38.11 38.40

97.37 98.81 99.68 100.83

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH

38.34 38.90 39.25 39.70

98.67 99.45 100.07 100.62 101.11 101.57 102.02

10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH

38.85 39.15 39.40 39.61 39.81 39.99 40.16

102.53 103.65 104.52 105.28 105.95 106.58 107.17

10TH{ 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 351H 40TH

40.36 40.81 41.15 41.45 41.71 41.96 42.19

102.45

45TH

40.33

107.75

457H

42.42

102.88 103.32 103.77 104.23 104.73 105.27 105.88 106.58

50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TM 75TH 80TH 85Thi

40.50 40.68 40.85 41.04 41.23 41.44 41.68 41.96

108.32 108.90 109.48 110.09 110.74 111.44 112.23 113.15

50TH 55TH 60H 65TH 70TH 75TH 89IH 85TH

42.65 42.87 43.10r 43.34 43.60 43.88 44.19 44.55

107.48

90TH

42.31

114.31

90TH

45.00

95TH 97TH

45.68 46.10

98Th 99TH

46.41 46.88

108.79 109.61

95TH 97TH

42.83 43.15

116.02 117.10

110.20 111.09

98T1H 99TH

43.39 43.74

117.89 119.03

I!i

367

/

(D17)

ET

7--C--r2T2R OF

The horizontal flexed vertically

distanu-ce

90 degrees in

and~ the the

LENGTH minfus HPIND

right M=MG~

IRTIP LE-LM

between the center

of

handl is plus

posterior a

point 1-1/4"1 diarrater

calculate-d

WRIST-CF2rrllz

of

as

follows:

OF

GRIP

the right elbow., dcu-l grippedi FOREAPM-HAND

LEMH3.

VARIAMLE MO. (D17) -EJ--%fl•

OF GRIP LT.=l1

FRM=

mum

TM SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES CENTTI:ME

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS INCHES ETlE

33.36 0.06 1.13 0.04

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST D"V SE(SD)

13.13 0.02 0.44 0.02

35.75 0.07 1.58 0.05

SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

14.07 0.03 0.62 0.02

30.10 37.20

MINIMUM MAX!XM14

11.85 14.65

31.40 40.40

MINIMUM MAY-M.1j'M

12.36 15.91

MEAN

3.4% 0.54

COEFF. OF VARIATION T SYMM=IPY-VEFI'

VETA II

3.72

1JRIWIS-

hUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

COEFF. OF VARIATICON SYMMETRY ---- VETA I K[]RIOSIS-

CENUUMETERS

VETA Il

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

INCHES

C NT IM TEPICS

4.4% 0.20 2.81 487

INCH~ESj

30.94 31.26 31.45

1ST 2ND 3RD

12.18 12.31 12.38

32.50 32.78 32.97

1ST 2ND 3RD

12.80 12.90 12.98

31.69 32.05 32.28 32.45

5TH 10TH 15TH 201H

12.48 12.62 12.71 12.78

33.25 33.73 34.08 34.36

5TH 10TH 157H 20TH

13.09 13.28 13.42 13.53

32.61

25TH

12.84

34.62

25TH

13.63

32.75

30TH

12.89

34.85

30TH

13.72

32.88

35TH

12.94

35.07

35TH

13.81

33.00 33.13 33.25 33.38 33.51 33.66 3'.82 34.00 34.21 34.47 34.83 35.44 35.88 36.23 36.84

49IH 45TH 50Tih 55TH 60TH 65TH 70T 757M 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 971h 9=Th 99TH

12.99 13.04 13.09 13.14 13.19 13.25 13.31 13.38 13.47 13.57 13.71 13.95 14.13 14.26 14.50

35.28 35.48 35.69 35.89 36.10 36.32 36.55 36.80 37.08 37.41 37.82 38.43 '1.82 •.iI 39.56

40IH 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70H 75Th 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 99TH

13.89 13.97 14.05 14.13 14.21 14.30 14.39 14.49 14.60 14.73 14.89 15.13 15.28 15.40 15.57

'A --

369

~h I

(D18)

E=-~-iRri3T 11D:GUI

The horizontal distirce hct-;cejn the posterior point ot the right eb. flexed 90 degretes- and the stylicn, land:n-rk on the right wrist of a subj oct standing with the fore-arm and ri-ir held horiznntally is c-.ilculatrd as follc%ýs: FOREU,-I-HAND 11I21J1 minus HANDLE'hI

370

p."

..

A

!.,

/

VARIABLE- M. (DI8)-FL

C

-WR1'Tr

THE SUliWNRJY STATISTIC DliTlES TNCMES CHMThE=

MIMrjL

THE SUMMRY STATISTICS CEI INCHES

26.66 0.05 0.97 0.04

MEAN 10.50 SE (MEAN) 0.02 ST DEV 0.38 SE(SD) 0.01

28.95 0.06 1.35 0.04

MEAN SE (MEn1) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.40 0.02 0.53 0.02

24.20

M]INTMLM

9.53

25.70

MRIDTLMUM

10.12

30.00

1• 7k)X 'M 1

11.81

33.10

MAXI MU14

13.03

CIDEFF. OF VURIATION SYMMY ---- VETA I K!RTOSIS---VETA II NUMBER OF SUTJECTS

3.6% 0.45 3.39

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMTRY..----VETA I TRIOSIS ---- VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJTECTS

PERCE21rI IF CIMTIDETP IN~CHES

4.7% 0.20 2.77 487

PERMITI IFS C~TE=ERS INCHES

24.58 24.84 25.00 25.21 25.51 25.70 25.86 26.00 26.12 26.24 26.36 26.47 26.59 26.70 26.82 26.95 27.10 27.25 27.44 27.65

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 151H 2CTH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 5c57H 60TH 65Mh 70'71 75Th{ 80TH 8571-

9.68 9.78 9.84 9.92 10.04 10.12 10. 18 10.220.29 10.33 10.38 10.42 1U.47 10.51 10.56 10.61 10.67 10.73 10.80 10.89

26.16 26.35 26.51 26.75 27.18 27.50 27.76 27.99 28.19 28.38 28.57 28.74 28.92 29.09 29.27 29.45 29.64 29.85 30.03 30.35

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1(I1 15TH 20TlH 25TH 3RTI 35TH 40TH 45T11 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85Thi

10.30 10.38 10.44 10.53 10.70 10.S3 10.93 11.02 11.10 11.18 11.25 11.32 11.39 11.45 11.52 11.60 11.67 11.75 11.84 11.95

27.94

9071-1

11.00

30.70

90Th

12.09

28.40 28.70 28.94 29.31

95TH 97'1i 98Th 99-T{

11.18 11.30 11.39 154 11.

31.23 31.59 31.87 32.35

95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

12.29 12.44 12.55 12.74

371.---i

(D19)

ELE 1IM~IT.-

Thie vertical dizt-iice b-toecn a strrqsira n l the outer coirner of the right eye of a subjcj-ct srzincru-ct with tlhe heaýd in Uhe Frarjhfort

plane is c~alculatzcd as folP~

Y

EI(7in?,

surrL'inG

phu3 STAUIYr-E minun

372

----------

VARIAR-E MO. (D19) -EYE IEI(•P

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS

CENTh4ERS 156.59 0.24 4.35

0.17

f

THE S-U2RY STATISTICS

INCHES

ERETS

MEYAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV

61.65 0.09 1.71

165.14 0.29 6.36

SE (SD)

0.07

0.20

145.60

MINI1,1UM

57.32

146.50

175.30

MMUM

69.02

181.50

DIMES

MEA SE (MEAN) ST DEV

65.02 0.11 2.50

SE (SD)

0.08

TMIUUM,

1,%AXI2UM

,COEFF. OF VARIATICIT

2.8%

COEFF.

SYMME=hY--VEM% 1 KURTSIS--VTA II

0.43 3.75

SYIuMEIrRY--V--VTA 1 KJRT[SIS---VETA Ii

334

UIBER OF SUBJECtS

NUMBER OF SiUIECIS

PERC=LFILS CRIE=nnET

OF VARIATION

57.68

71.46 3.9%

-0.06 2.79 487

PURC~i M. CENITfl4~fuS ICE

INCHES

146.59 148.19 149.06

1ST 2ND 3RD

57.71 58.34 58.69

150.07 151.83 153.01

1ST 2ND 3,RD

59.08 59.80 60.24

150.11 151.52 152.40 153.08 153.67

5TH I1TH 20'I1 25TH

59.10 59.65 60.00 60.27 60.50

154.53 156.86 153.43 159.68 160.76

5TH 1O15Th 20111 25TH

60.84 61.76 62.37 62.87 63.29

154.21

301711

60.71

161.74

30TIH

154.72 155.22 155.72 156.23 156.76 157.32 157.91 158.55 159.27 160.10 161.09 162.35 164.20 165.33 166.10 167.2.7

63.68

35TH 4 OrIH 45TH 5Mcff 55T1h 60TH 65Th 70I1{ 75TH 80Th 85T1h 90qTh 9577 97111 98'Ih 99121

60.91 61.11 61.31 61.51 61.72 61.94 62.17 62.42 62.71 63.03 63.42 63.92 64.64 65.09 65.39 65.81

162.64 163.50 164.34 165.17 166.00 166.83 167.70 168.61 169.59 170.63 171.92 173.45 175.61 176.90 177.78 179.04

35TH 40M1 45TH 50UP,{ 55T1H 60121 65711 70TH 75Th 80Th 85Th 90T-H 95M11 9711H 98T11 99'-Th

64.03 64.37 64.70 65.03 65.35 65.68 66.02 66.38 66.77 67.20 67.69 68.29 69.14 69.65 69.99 70.49

15TH

373

(D20)

EY.E-TIP.AGTC'a' Lf`-X

The distance betg'e~n the ectcorbita-le larnlrauk near the cuter corner of the eye and the tragion laixbark on the cartilaginous flap of flesh in front of the earhole is calculated using the distance form-ula for the points: E PCBITM2Z arndP.GICN.

[j

/

..

\371 _______

-___________________ _________

3:7

.............................. -,.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

VARIJA=1

NO. (D2 0)-EYE-'flWICN LN

THE S24ARY STATISTICS •MEER INCHIES CE•

THE St24ARY STATISTICS CENTIMETEFS INCHES

5.79 0.02 0.35

MEAN SE(MFAN) ST DEV

2.28 0.01 0.14

6.28 0.02 0.33

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

2.47 0.01 0.13

0.01

SE(SD)

0.01

0.01

SE(SD)

0.00

4.•80 6.70

N32TIMUM MAXIMUM

1.89 2.64

5.00 7.20

MINI1T3 MAXIMUM

I . 97 2.83

O3EFF. OF VARIATICU SYNMRI•YVETA I FLJRIIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUtJ

6.0% -0.17 2.82

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY)l'EI=Y----VETA I 1JRIWIS--v-rA II

i334

PEPC=I.ES

CENIT•MrElýES

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS PERCENTILES

INCHES

C=ENT-E-RS

5.3% -0.06 3.24 483

INCHES

4.96 5.05 5.11 5.19 5.32 5.42

LT_ 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH

1.95 1.99 2.01 2.04 2.10 2.13

5.43 5.57 5.65 5.75 5.88 5.96

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TIH 15TH

5.49

20TH

2.16

6.01

20Thi

2.37

5.56 5.61 5.67 5.72 5.76 5.81 5.85 5.90 5.94 5.99 6.04

25TH 30rTH 35Th 401T1 45TH 50TH 55T11 601H 65TH 70TH 75TH 80'I 857H 90TH 95Th1

2.19 2.21 2.23 2.25 2.27 2.29 2.30 2.32 2.34 2.36 2.38

6.06 6.11 6.15 6.19 6.23 6.27 6.31 6.35 6.40 6.44 6.50

25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50'I1H 55Th 60MIi 65TH 70ni 75'Ii

2.39 2.41 2.42 2.44 2.45 2.47 2.48 2.50 2.52 2.54 2.56

2.40

6.56

80TH

2.58

2.42 2.46 2.50

6.63 6.72 6.85

85Th{ 90qTH 95TH

2.61 2.65 2.70

97TH

2.53

6, 93

97TH

2.73

9871H 99TH

2.55 2.58

6.98 7.05

98711 99r'ni

2.75 2.77

6.10 6.16 6.24 6.35 A642

6.47 6.56

375

2.14 2,19 2.23 2.26 2.31 2.34

(D21)

FLNCI~CTAcuL CCIP

-~rC-1

The horizontal distance bt,;een the vertical plane of the back arnd the center of a 1-1/4." diameter dcr-el gridized in the right hard of a subject standing erect with th.e back against a wall and the arm and hand extendod forward horizontally is acaIclatadls follaos: WRIST-WAIL LENGIH plus

WUSI-MUM OF GRIP LE:9-H.

376

F

~

VARIAET.E NO. (D21)-FLUCI'ITAL aZIP R=~ ME•IES

MAL=

THE SUMARY SIATISTICS INCHES CENTIM 70.08

0.13 2.42 0.09

64.10 78.50

MEAN

27.59

75.12

0.16 3.50 0.1I!

SE(MEAUN) ST DEV SE (SD)

PMTI?•hYh 25.24 MAXIM=4 30.91

66.00 87.30

MI=IUM MAXIUM

SE(MFE!N) Sr DEV SE (SD)

COEFF. OF VARIATICaN SqV=, qY--VETA 1 R IS--VETA 11 SOF

TBE SUMIRY ST•aT CS S INaimS cENhU

SUBECTS

0.05 0.95 0.04

MEAN

29.58

0.06 1.38 0.04

25.98 34.37

3.5% 0.39

COEFF. OF VARIATON SYMA4EMYNVXTA 1

4.7% 0.21

3.07

M

3.11

334

IS-VEM 11 OF

PERcE1=I'IS CETMP INCHES

487

PERC2?1'IU MyENTI=IER I11CHES

65.25 65.67 65.96 66.38 67.07 67.57 67.98

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH

25.69 25.86 25.97 26.13 26.41 26.60 26.76

68.16 68.39 68.70 69.29 70.45 71.33 72.06

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111 15TH 20TH

26.83 26.92 27.05 27.28 27.74 28.08 28.37

68.35 68.69 69.00 69.?1 69.62 69.92 70.23 70.55 70.88 71.24 71.63 72.08 72.61 73.29 74.32 75.01 75.53 76.35

25TH 30TH 35TH 40IH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 7(Y0I 75Mh 8011I 85711 90Th 95Th 97•11 98TH 99T}{

26.92 27.04 27.17 27.29 27.41 27.53 27.65 27.78 27.91 28.05 28.20 28.38 28.59 28.85 29.25 29.53 29.74 30.06

72.70 73.27 73.79 74.27 74.73 75.17 75.61 76.04 76.47 76.93 77.41 77.94 78.57 79.41 80.79 81.86 82.77 84.45

25TH 30TH 35TH 40Th 45Th 50Th 55TH 60M1 651H 70Th 75TH 80111 85TH 9011{ 95TH 97111 98TH 99M1

28.62 28.85 29.05 29.24 29.42 29.60 29.77 29.94 30.11 30.29 30.48 30.69 30.93 31.26 31.81 32.23 32.58 33.25

377

t(D22)

FUNCTII~aL GRIP RC7'1, E=EITIIE

The horizontal distance between the vertical plane of the back and the center of a 1-1/4" diameter dcwel gri•Em-d in the right hand of a subject standing erect with the left shoulder against a wall and thle right shoulder, arm, and hand extnncedl foriward horizontally as far as possible is calculated as follc,,is: WRIST-WvAIL MENGTH, ==,DED plus WPJST-CFEILR OF GRIP MM-GIT.

/.1

3

I'

S/ ,.

i:I Ii

Il

1

373

,,

VARIABIE NO. (D22)-FLUCCTIONAL GRIP REAC,

FEMATS

MATES

ITIE SUrVARY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS IN=ES 76.20

0.14 2.53 0.10 70.30 87.60

MEDF)

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CENTIMETS INCFl

MEAN

30.00

SE (NEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

80.70

MEAN

0.05 1.00 0.04

31.77

0.16 3.61 0.12

SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.06 1.42 0.05

27.68 34.49

71.20 92.80

MINIMUM ZM.014

28.03 36.54

MINIMUlM W0C[MUM

CDEFF. OF VARIATION S••ET'RY-VEA I WUCIOSIS-VETA II

3.3%. 0.47 3.71

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMETRY--VETA I KU=IS---VETA II

4.5% 0.30 3.25

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS NUMBR O ENTIFT1S

334

NUMBER OF SUBJTECTS

487

334~rI~

~~ThLT IN~iESNIT4RI ~ 71.57 71.73 71.92

1iST 2ND 3RD

28.18 28.24 28.32

72.96 73.78 74.32

72.27

5TH

28.45

72.97

109H

28.73

73.51 73.97 74.38 74.76 75.11 75.45 75.78 76.10 76.42 76.75 77.09 77.45 77.83 78.27 78.77 79.43 80.46 81.19 81.76 82.76

15TH 20TH 25`11 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50CIlI 551H 60Tr-! 65TH 70TH 75TH 80MTH 851H 90TH 9 TH 97TH 98TH 9=T-

28.94 29.12 29.28 29.43 29.57 29.70 29.83 29.96 30.09 30.22 30.35 30.49 30.64 30.81 31.01 31.27 31.63 31.96 32.19 32.58

379

1ST 2ND 3RD

28.73 29.05 29.26

75.05

5rHi

29.55

76.21

10.TH

30.00

77.01 77-65 78.22 78.73 79.20 79.66 80.10 80.55 81.00 81.46 81.94 82.45 83.02 83.66 84.42 85.41 86.93 87.96 88.75 90.03

15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40JT'fI 45TH 50TH 55TH 60MH 65TH 70Th 75TH 80TH 85Tr{ 90TH 95TH 97TH 98'1H 99-T

30.32 30.57 30.79 30.99 31.18 31.36 31.54 31.71 31.89 32.07 32.26 32.46 32.68 32.94 33.24 33.63 34.22 34.63 34.94 35.45

t7 }"

~

~(D23) E-=•. t FT=q' F-=Ccl

The horizcntal distance bet-;en the vertical plane of the back and the tip of the right ir•fex finger of a subject stzrdL-rg erect with the back against a wall a•- the arm, hand, and finýers exItinded forward horizontally is calculated as follc7,.: WIaST-TiL I.=bIH plus IiRIST-INDED FMNGER IDýTCTH.

I.

I:

:.1

I

VRiUABEM M. (U323) -R=W

MMURt

MTE SUMMARY STATISTIC T&h1ETE• INCHES

R=~

ITIE SUINMR STATISTICS CEl~nM4E:S INCHiES

80.58 0.15 2.68 0.10

NTAIN SE(ýMAN) ST DOI sE(SD)

31.72 0.06 1.05 0.04

86.46 0.18 3.93 0.13

74.80 89.90

MMIN•,I IMU~lM

29.45 35.39

77.00 MINIDVT4 99.20 14AXE4

CDEFF. OF VARIATICN S)UZTRY-=VolA 1 NJ1T'I(ISVE]f II NUTMBE

OF SUBJECTS

3.3% 0.47 3.18

MEAN sE(N, W) ST DEV SE(SD)

COEFF. OF VARI CN S'frMTRMY-.VErA I KURIOISVEJF II

334

NUMBE

PERCSNTIIS C2'?TrETEslms R47CHff

OF SUBJ=XT

34.04 0.07 1.55 0.05

V

30.31 39.06 4.5% 0.19 2J99 487

PERCENT1LS CrlIENTETSICEL

75.73

1ST

29.81

78.54

IST

30.92

75.92

2ND

29.89

76.13 76,50 77.22 77.78 78.25 78.67

78.95

2ND

3RD 5T[H 10TH 15TH 20DH 25TH

31.08

29.97 30.12 30.40 30.62 30.81 30.97

79.35 80.04 81.33 82.30 83.08 83.77

79.05

3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH

30TH

31.24 31.51 32.02 32.40 32.71 32.98

31.12

84.39

79.41 79.75 80.09 80.42 80.76 81.10 81.45 81.83 82.24 82.72 83.28 84.03 85.25 A6.14 86.85 88.12

309M

35Th 4(MIl 457TI 50TH 55TH 6"k 65711 70TH 75Mh 80aiI 85711 90TH 95Th 97TH 98Th 99-T

33.22

31.26 31.40 31.53 31.66 31.79 31.93 32.07 32.22 32.38 32.57 32.79 33.08 33.56 33.91 34.19 34.69

84.95 85.48 85.99 86.48 86.97 87.45 87.94 88.46 89.01, 89.E4 90.36 91.32 92.90 94.07 95.04 96.80

35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55"71H 60T 65TH 70111 75Mh 80M-1 85111 90TH 95Th 97MH 98rTi 99TH

33.45 33.65 33.85 34.05 34.24 34.43 34.62 34.83 35.04 35.29 35.58 35.95 36.57 37.03 37.42 38.11,

381.

A I 77"

11

(D24)

:i

~

IPt3EX FnGRRE2=a1, FY

the left of a subject stardira! era-


shoulder agairst a wall the a• right shouldor, arm, hand, and fitgers extended forward horizontally as far as possible is calcilated as Sfollm•: VRISTf-VLL M=LEGT-, EN7WDZD plus V,2.ITST.-I•EX F12=P ITGTIZGI.

H

I,•I __

_

__

_

_

__

_

_"_

!::!

ii

I•]11F

t,

_

Ii

,

332i

'I~i/

•lJ

I

¢ •<:332

It

!!... .

1

.

.

..

-.

~.-

id

VARIABLE M .~(D2 4)- ]ENT,7, FBM

THE SM,2IARY STATISTICS IDS IMCHES

FYhCXER

rEIa T, E

-TM )223F

HALES

THE SUIMARY STATISTICS IT IN=-, S

Crlq

CERIM

86.70 0.15 2.75

MEAN SE(MFAN) ST DEV

34.13 0.06 1.08

92.04 0.18 4.00

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV

36.24 0.07 1.58

0.11

SE (SD)

0.04

0.13

SE(SD)

0.05

81.20 98.70

MINIDTJM MAX1I2M

31.97 38.86

82.20 105.20

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY"JEI=-Y----VEA I KJRTCSIS-•vEIA II NUMER OF SUBJT=

C-N~rIaI

PERCEIMIIES

3.2% 0.55 3.82

COEFF. OF VARATION' SYM4EIRZY---VETA I KIJRTOSIS---VETA II

334

NUIMNR OF Su~CIS

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Mh 10M11 15TH 20TH 257H 30Th 35TH 40MT

32.11 32.18 32.26 32-.43 32.74 32.99 33.19 33.37 33.53 33.68 33.82

ý86.23 86.57 86.90 87.24 87.58

45Thx 50M1 55Th 60TH 6571

33.95 34.08 34.21 34.34 34.48

87.94

70H

34.62

88.34 88.79 89.33 90.06 91.29 92.23 93.02 94.46

75TH 807H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 9 ST-h 99TfH

34.78 34.96 35.17 35.46 25,94 36.31 36.62 37.19

32.36 41.42

4.3% 0.26 3.14 487

PERCET2ILES CENTIIETERS INCH4ES

IDl.!F.S

81.56 81.73 81.95 82.36 83.16 83.78 84.30 84.75 85.16 85.53 85.89

KINIfiU.JM MAaI4M

83.34 84.18 84.75 85.58 86.92 87.86 88.61 89.27 89.86 90.40 90.92 91.42 91.92 92.42 92.92 93.45

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10111 15TH 20TH 25M 30TH 35TH 4011 45Th 50Th 55TH 60911 65Th{

32.81 33.14 33.37 33.69 34.22 34.59 34.89F 35.14 35.38 35.59 35.80 35.99 36.19 36.39 36.58 35.79

94.01

7C,1

37.01

75Th 80Th 85Th 90TH 95h 97T1 9871 97111

37.25 37.52 37.84 38.26 3.3.91 39.37 39.72 40.32

94.62 95.20 96.12 97.18 98.34 99.99 100.90 102.42

383

ii

[

I

.----.----..----.-..

The vertical distar'-'. between t1e cerir'ie Thn&ark at ti.e }>a' o iThe beck of the nock ar tEe tgicn larxT::..ark c.n tEe carti' ainc.s fTW at flesh in frent of' the earhole is calcuiatcd es follo;s STPJ92 winu ThXICN- tiXDP OF HFD rUzu CL1kVTCA1Z HEICUT. -)

1

'1

4

_________

_____________

KI I

H

I V

____________

__

_____

.1 .

___________

I

1 1 I

-

4j

II I

I

:324

.1

I

J ----------------------------. ,.------,-

""V¶rr7.,

--.-

-.........-

V2IABEE 13.

(D2 5) -Z

I~

THE S"MRY STATISTICS

CENMM=

THE STU.ARY STArTVISTCS CETIMEES INC•HES

INCHES

10.21

VEAN

4.02

0.06 1.03

SE(M•EAN) ST DEV

10.88

0.02 0.41

0.05 1.10

0.04

SE(MFAN) ST DEV

0.02 0.43

SE (SD)

0.02

0.04

SE(SD)

0.01

7.10 13.30

MINIMUM IAAXf•lM

2.00 5.24

7.10 14.60

MIINILUM3 MAXI Mil

2.80 5.75

COEFF. OF VWRIATION SYTIMTRY-VETA I KJOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

10.1% 0.06 2.86

OOEFF. OF VARIATION SU0=Y1VETA I RIS-V•rA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCE~rTIES E

EAN

4.28

10.1% 0.05 3.21 483

PEIRENTIrUCIE-rFTs INCiTES

INCIES 7.93 8.17 8.32 8.53 8.88 9.12 9.31 9.48 9.64 9.79 9.92 10.06 10.20 10.33 10.47 10.61 10.76

1ST ;'JD 27D 5TH 10TH 151H 20TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH

3.12 .21 3.28 3.36 3.49 3.59 3.67 3.73 3.80 3.85 3.91 3.96 4.01 4.07 4.12 4.18 4.24

8.21 8.60 8.82 9.11 9.51 9.77 9.97 10.14 10.30 10.44 10.58 10.71 10.85 10.99 11.13 11.28 11.43

10.93 11.11 11.32

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH I0Th 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35`1H 40TH 45TH 50MH 55TH 60TR 65TH 70TH

75UI 80TH 8MTH 90TIH 95TH 97TH 98711 99TH

3.23 3.39 3.47 3.59 3.74 '.85 3,92 3.99 4.05 4.11 4.17 4.22 4.27 4.33 4.38 4.44 4.50

4.30 4.37 4.46 4.56 4.70 4.79 4.85 4.94

11.61 11.80 12.03 12.32 12.73 12.98 13.16 13.41

75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Mh 98TH 99TH

4.57 4.65 4.74 4.85 5.01 5.11 5.18 5.28

11.94 12.17 12.33 12.56

385

The vertical distance bct:ýtwon tle cerviccile land:, rk at the bafc'- of th

back of the reck and the level Of th:Ž Tr,.XL7zI P-,Otrus-icn of tho rictht buttock is calculated as follc:,,: C=,kVICALE 17 IG9?T ninhus MIIRXC'-, HIFIrfl.

t

.01

r

3 ý

VARIAEM M. (D26) -NEa(-wrn.Xx

HTHE-SU1,21RY STA¶TISTICS

[

III=

THE SUll.ý

STTSTC

SE (Ir[EAN)

MEAN

23.47

64.67

0.13

SE (IýEAN)

2.62 0.10

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.03

2.98 0.10

ST DEV SE (SD)

1.17

0.04

51.50 67.30

M1INIUm4 AXIM=Ni

20.28 26.50

54.00 75.10

EM]UMI AXIV=12JM

21.26 29.57

0.06

MEAN

4.4% COEFF. OF VAPJATN 1TA I -0.03 SYETRY---V

CO-EFF. OF VARIATION SYY=2EhiY--VEETA I

MMM OF SUBJE•CS

NUMBER OF SUBJES

Y•

25.46

0. 14

59.62

IS---VETA 11

Klq=IDIS--IrzII• 11

3.00

334

0.05

L

0.04

4.6% -0.11

3.20 487

F~~E~IIESPERCE=rLFSc 53.46 54.23 54.71 55.34 56.29 56.93 57.44 57.87

1ST 21TD 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 2511f

21.05 21.25 21.54 21.79 22.16 22.41 22.61 22.78

57.38 58.34 58.93 59.70 60.84 61.60 62.19 62.70

1ST 2ND 3RD 57H 10TH 15ThM 20o11 25TH

22.59 22.97 23.20 23.50 23.95 24.25 24.48 24.68

58.26 53.62

30U1,1 35711

22.94 23.08

63.15 63.57

30MH 35TH

24.86 25.03

58.97

40qH

23.22

63.96

40"11

25.1'

59.30 59.63 59.97 60.30 60.65 61.02 61.42 61.86 62.37 63.01 63.92 64.49 64.88 65.46

45Th 50TH 55TH 6o011 65Th 7011i 75-11 80111 85TH 90fli 95TH 97-MI 98TH1 99YH

23.35 23.48 23.61 23.74 23.88 24.02 24.18 24.36 24.56 24.81 25.17 25.39 25.54 25.77

64.35 64.72 65.10 65.48 65.87 66.28 66.72 67.21 67.77 68.46 69.42 70.00 70.40 70.C5

45TH 50TH 551H 60TH 6511 70TH 75Th 80TUH 85TH 90qH 95111 9771H 98TH 99qIH

25.33 25.48 25.63 25.78 25.93 26.10 26.27 26.46 26.68 26.95 27.33 27.56 27.71g 27.93

-

387

A:

The- veitical diL5tar'cc hLet,,;a-n ti-a cervicale lanc-.rk at the has-- of the back of the r-c~k ard1 ths gluteail fu-,crcw lar)Crhark at the juncture of the

right hu~tttcc

with the back of

V14 thich, is calculatcd as follc.;s:

CERICMLE FR=I'i12 rdins GTIMThAL R712ýrv I=CHi-T.

Al I A.32

VARDhIK

TI IEAS CENTIMETERS 68.98 0.14

2.65 0. 10

1

.

(M 7)-2=

x-Ifl G~D

STArSTI•S INMES

1IME SE,!EAN)

ST DEV SE (SD)

61.80 IMhMi,7 76.80 SI J -V•f, COEFF. OF VARI=TCN S)alfY-- VErA I FLIRTOSIS--VEM• 11 NUTMBER OF SUBECTS

EU

IVI W ? Z

ThE SSJ1I2P1Y SWTcS CI&IfS INCMES

27.16 0.06

71.81 0.14

MAN S E(IT-N1)

28.27 0.05

1.04 0.04

3.02 0.10

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.19 0.04

24.33 30.24

61.20 81.30

IMIM4U1 IS-AM IUM

24.09 32.01

3.8% 0.07 2.91

COEFF. OF A!TM0? S7.I'r=VET-A i IOMIS--VETI II

334

NUIME

C E N I iMNA = ES

OF SUBJECTS

CE MIEM MM

4.2% -0.03 3.1Ii 487

I ME

63.03

1ST

24.82

64.84

isr

25.53

63.71

2ND

25.08

65.71

2ND

25.87

64.14

3RD

25.25

66.24

3RD

26.08

64.73

5Th

25.48

66.95

5Mh

26.36

65,64

101H

25.84

68.01

10H

26.78

66.27

15-h

26.09

68.73

15TH

27.06

66.77

20-LH

26.29

69.29

20nh

27.28

67.20 67.59 67.95

25TH 30Th 35TH

26.46 26.61 26.75

69.78 70.23 70.63

25Th 30Th 35TH

27.47 27.65 27.81

68.29 68.62 68.96

40qff 45TH 5021H

26.89 27.02 27.15

71.03 71.41 71.79

40OTH 45Th 50TH

27.96 28.11 28.26

69.29

55TH

27.28

72.17

55THd

28.41

69.63 69.98 70.35 70.76 71.22 71.75 72.42 73.44 74.10 74.60

601H 65TH 7001 75TH 800f 85ITh 90Mh 95211 97TI1 98TH

27.41 27.55 27.70 27.86 28.04 23.25 28.51 28.91 29.18 29.37

72.56 72.96 73.39 73.86 74.38 74.99 75.75 76.87 77.58 78.09

60Th 65071 707.H 7F11 8JlMI 855Th 9MT 951197-i 98Mh

28.57 28.72 28.89 29.08 29.28 29.52 29.82 30.26 30.54 30.74

75.38

99'111

29.68

78.86

991h

31.05

389

l

;I

(D23)

IT~-CZ

L:RGil

The vertical disL-mce b--tween thýý cervicale larerark at the ba-ze of the back of t-ie neck and the antcrior scye I'arncb-ark at the bottcom of the axillary fold is calculated as fol lucs: CEVICALEP IM-Ia -1 mimus AXIILA

HEIG390

VARIA=E

MD. (D28) --N-l_,-SCYE MY=TI

FEmyALES

MA=ES

THE SUN-7!RY STATIS.ICS CENTIME=TERE SN

k

T SUMMARY STATISTICS CNU&PS INCHES

18.01 0.07 1.26 0.05

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.09 0.03 0.50 0.02

19.96 0.06 1.30 0.04

NEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

7.86 0.02 0.51 0.02

14.60 21.20

MDTENIM MAXIMUM

5.75 8.35

16.10 23.50

AM=IIUM MAMITTM

6.34 9.25

COEFF. OF VARATICN

7.0%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

6.5%

SYMMYI M-VETA

I

0.09

SYM=Y-VETA

I

0.01

VETA II

2.70

KTtdIS-

VETA II

2.91

IWMMBR OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBM OF SUBJECTS

487

KURTOSIS-

Ct ,f

E

IS

ICSENTIM

INCHES

15.32 15.57 15.75 15.99 16.40

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH

6.03 6.13 6.20 6.30 6.46

17.01 17.33 17.54 17.83 18.29

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th

6.70 6.82 6.91 7.02 7.20

16.68

15TH

6.57

18.61

15TH

7.33

16.92 17.13 17.31 17.49 17.66 17.82 17.99 18.15 18.32 18.49 18.68 18.88 19.10 19.36 19.68

20211 25TH 307H 35Th 40TH 45T-h 509M 55TH 60TH 65TH 70Th 75TH 80111 85111 90TH

6.66 6.74 6.82 6.89 6.95 7.02 7.08 7.15 7.21 7.28 7.35 7.43 7.52 7.62 7.75

18.86 19.08 19.27 19.45 19.63 19.79 19.96 20.3.? 20.29 20.46 20.64 20.84 21.06 21.31 21.63

207H1 25TIH 3C1071 3571 40TH 45TlH 50Th 55TH 60TLH 65rH 70YTH 75Th 80Th 85ri1 901M

7.42 7.51 7.59 7.66 7.73 7.79 7.86 7.92 7.99 8.06 8.13 8.21 8.29 8.39 8.52

20.15

951-A

7.93

22.11

95111

8.70

20.45 20.67 21.01

97711 98TIH 9921

8.05 8.14 8.27

22.41 22.64 22.99

9721 98211 99TH

8.82 8.91 9.05

391



V

ii

(D-29)

L'UUFEC LTIa

thle illio-ristala laxxCr~ayr on the right.S4c e~ The va-rti-ce1dl of the Pelvis anrcl tlhe leveJ. of tkhe trzchantaricn 1-rrr nth ih i

is calcuhitcd as follo7ý;s:

S

iL -\'!HChT:-

39

mranus

DPkTNHEMIlfl'r.

VARDALE ID. (M2g) -p-LVIc

!E SULTMAPY SATISTIcs OFsM L INsES 13.81 0.08 1.39 9.60 18.10

WEAN SE(PlF) ST

IM7JI

C

THE SUa4ARY STrTISTICS OFTERS INCHES

5.44 0.03 40.55

15.45 0.06 1.37

MEAN SE(MEAN) 1T D

6.08 0.02 0.54.8

3 .78

12 .20

MIN]Ijbl

4 .80

3RMDIqm7.13

20.40

RIDIRIM7

11EFF. OF V4AR=C 1 SqMIY-VEETA 12.110SVETA 10.054 S (SD) NUMBER OF -SUBJFE..TS

3RDAMZ4 8.03

10.1% 0.04

C OF VARI5ONI Sy& 1EFF. Y--VE!T•

8.9% 0.17

37.35 . 4.027 334

139ISVETA 12.73 2D NUDIBER OF SUBJ-ECTS

5. 2.91 5.01 487

PERC=IES CETMTP INCHES

CENTI"D

PoxCETIIS = RINCHES

10.29 10.84 ii. 16

15T 2NTD 3RD

4.05 4.27 4 .40

12.41 12.73 12 .94

IST 32ND RD

4.89 5.01 5.09

11.56 12.11 12 .45 12.71 12.92 13.1Ii

5TH 30"H 15TH 20T 25MH 30'Bi

4.55 44.77 .90 5.00 5.09 5.16

13.23 13.69 14.01 14.26 14.49 14.69

5Th C10IH iSTH 20YlH 25TH 2,m I1

5.21 55.39 .51 5.62 5.70 5.78

13.29 13.46 13.62 13.78 13.94 14.11 14.29 14.48 14.69 14.93 15.21 15.58 16.15 16.54 16.82 17.27

35TH 40UH 45TH 50MT 55Th 60MH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80MH 85TH 90ni 95TH 97TH 98Th 99111

5.23 5.30 5.36 5.43 5.49 5.56 5.63 5.70 5.78 5.88 5.99 6.14 6.36 6.51 6.62 6.80

14.88 15.06 15.24 15.41 15.59 15.77 15.95 16.15 16.36 16.60 16.88 17.24 17.77 18.11 18.36 18.76

35TH 40111 45TH 50TH 55Th 60T!H 65Th 701h 751 8 UTH 85Th 90TH 95Th 97TH 98111 99Th

5.86 5.93 6.00 6.07 6.14 6.21 6.28 6.36 6.44 .1 6.54 6.655 6.79 6.99 7.137.23 7.39

393

i!

p

(D-30)

RTSE 7

I2A

TEZ~cl

The vertical distance Ix t teli lciel of the waist at its natura1 indentation anýd the cro-tch of a subjecýt stand--irgcjrect is czilculated as

follows:

VAMST HEIGr (!UNATTJuALIUr)

midnus

grCYiI

II-EIGfrT

VARIAVELE NOY.()3 0)-RISE- (NAURAL Il'rflATUCN)

RHE SUMMARY CEI~1METEFs=

,IM27ISTICS RaIESi

THE SUTMARY STAT-STICS CE'IT4EIS fl4-1E

29.59 0.13 2.39 0.09

MEAN SE(MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

11.65 0.05 0.94 0.04

28.97 0.09 1.90 0.06

MEA~N SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

11.40 0.03 0.75 0.02

22.50 36.60

MINITM14 NAXIID4J

3.86 14.41

22.00 35.20

1-I~DJUM MAXINUM

8.66 13.86

COEFF. OF VAR!ATIO' SMY=IY--VEITA I K[RIdOSISVETA II NUMBEP OF SUBJECTS

PERCC= cETE23.93 24.78 25.25 25.84 26.67 27.19 27.61 27.97 28.29 28.60 28.90 29.20 29.50 29.30 30.12 30.45 30.81 31.20 31.64 32.14 32.77 33.64 34.13 34.44 34.81

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10PIH 15TH 20II 251H 30TH 35TH 40TH45TH 50Th 55TH 60q65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 98Th 99TH

8.1% 0.03 2.95

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYTRY----VTA I KJRISIS----VETA II

334

,LS NGIM

NUMBE

OF SUBJECTS

6.6%.-0.07 3.57 487

PERCF1ILES CENTfl4EI' INCVE3

~

9.42 9.75 9.94 10.17 10.50 10.71 10.87 11.01 11.14 11.26 11.38 11.50 11.61 11.73 11. 86 11.99 12.13 12.28 12.46 12.66 12.90 1$.25 13.44 13.56 13.71

24.33 24.99 25.39 25.90 26.63 27.09 27.45 27.76 28.03 28.27 28.51 28.73 28.96 29.18 29.41 29.65 29.90 30.18 30.50 30.87 31.36 32.10 32.60 32.98 33.59

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20MH 25TH 30MH 35TH 401H 45TH 50'TfH 55TH 60711 65TH 70Thi 75TH STH 85TH 90TH 95TI 97TI 98TH 99TH

v

9.58 9.84 9.99 10.20 10.48 10.67 10.81 10.93 11.03 11.13 11.22 11.31 11.40 11.49 11.58 11.67 11.77 11.88 12.0l1 12.15 12.35 12.64 12.84 12.99 13.22

395 ;.

(1XJ1k)PS3

i.LTC' T

The vertical d-i__ictr~-

hzýc.-n t

le vel of Lhe waist at the raveil

(on-phalikn) arki th,-e crctchn of a L-u*.bj ct-cl star~dirgJ ereclt is calculata-d as f ollcks:

W\TrST IErIiCET (CZ-'LNCII~c)

min-ti

395

C1hJTCI

Hrh~?

WMAMh31

N~O. (D31)

(GIZ M=GN)

THE STJbAMY STATISTICS

22.11

ImAN

0.09 1.72 0.07

8.70

SE(MEMN) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.04 0.68 0.03

16.80

MINWTEAH1

27.60

MAXrhUI4

10EFF. OF VARIATION SVVIRY-1-TA I KJRICSIS-VTTA Ii NIMBER OF SUBJEC=S

THE SUMARY SMATISICS

22.32

0.08 1.66 0.05

22.62 22.84

IST 2ND 3RD 57h 10TH 15TH 20q11 25TH 30Mh 35TH 4911! 45Th 50TH 551H

609D

65Rh

8.79

0.03 0.65 0.02

6.61

16.40

MI5N~hi

10.87

27.60

MAXI2-•IM

7.8%

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYM1IWY-VETA 1 KNM ISVETA II

--0.18

3.17 334

NU=E

OF SUBES

PERCENME1S 17.57 18.18 18.56 19.07 19.82 20.31 20.69 21.00 21.28 21.53 21.76 21.98 22.20 22.41

MEAN

SE (I'IAN) Sr DEV SE (SD)

6.46 10.87

7.4% -0.04

K

3.37 487

P2EPILFS 6.92 7.16 7.31 7.51 7,80 8.00 8.14 8.27 8.38 8.48 8.57 8.66 8.74 8.82

18.36 18.85 19.16 19.58 20.23 20.65 20.98 21.26 21.51 21.73 21.94 22.14 22.34 22.53

8.99

22.93

8.91

22.73

1ST 2ND 3RD JTH 10m! 1511 20TH 25MI-I 30C1H 35T"h, 40TH 45TH 50Thr 55Th

60Ii 65rH

7.23 7.42 *.54 7.71 7.96 8.13 8.26 8.37 8.47 8.56 8.64 8.72 8.79 8.87

I

8.95

9.03

23.06 23.30 23.56

70'11! 75'111 80THn

9.08 9.17 9.27

23.14 23.37 23.64

70711 75TH 8ME1!

9.11 9.20 9.31

23.86 24.23 24.77 25.12 25.38 25.79

85Th" 90TH 95TH 97TH 98Th{ 99Mh

9.39 9.54 9.75 9.89 9.99 10.15

23.9-5 24.36 25.02 25.50 25.88 26.55

9=T 85TH

9.43 9.59

951111 971M 98T1h 99'M

9.85 10.04 10.19 10.45o.:

397

SI

.. ......

.....

(D-32)

SI:c.TJTzR STMIF

The (:ej-ee oF- tl.a sic7ce of tlhe richt shcu~lceio cuf a si-ubjkeC-t standing. erect.t wl- h Uthe arn-s re:at 4-h-2s~ is cajlci ilatexi as folla.,s: Arcsin of tl-. c~:;tirittS.'K FY ,DI=RAL ri-imtz YICTA EIG1T) divided by

3 ý*1

.

VARTABLE 1o. (D32) -51-SJ

SlOPE

THE SUMARY STATISTICS DEMREE= RADIANS

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS DEGREES RADIANS

25.78 0.08 4.01 0.06

MEAN SE(MMEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.45 0.00 0.07 0.00

26.36 0.09 4.01 0.07

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.460.00 0.07 0.00

14.90 36.67

MINIMUM 1aXh-MUM

0.26 0.64

17.19 36.10

MINIMUM AXIM"UM

0.30 0.63

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMFIRY--VETA I IqJRIOSIS----VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

15.7% -0.05 2.98

(OEFF. OF VATRIATION SYFHEIRY---VETA I N IS-VETA II

334

bF~&R Or SUBJECIS

PERCENTILES DE)GREES RADIANS 15.58 16.79 17.76 18.91 20.05 21.20 22.35 22.92 23.55 24.12 24.64 25.15 25.61 26.13 26.59 27.10 27.62 28.13 28.76 29.51 30.42 31.91 33.CJ 33.80 35.24

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1=21 15TH 20TH 25TH 30MH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85`H 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

14.2% 0.03 2.71 487

PERCENTILES DEGREES RADIANS

.27 .29 .31 .33 .35 .37 .39 .40 .41 .42 .43 .44 .45 .46 .46 .47 .48 .49 .50 .52 .53 .56 .58 .59 .62

17.59 18.45 19.02 19.82 21.14 22.06 22.80 23.49 24.06 24.58 25.10 25.55 26.36 26.53 27.04. 27.50 28.07 28.59 29.22 29.97 30.85 32.20 33.06 33.69 34.72

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10la 15TH 20MH 25THf 30TH 35TH 4CMI 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH

80SH 85TH 90TH 95T11 971E 98TH 997H

.31 .32 .33 .35 .37 .39 .40 .41 .42 .43 .44 .45 .46 .46 .47 .48 .49 .50 .51 .52 .54 .56 .58 .59 .61

399

-"• •,• •,•• • • •••--• •'e ",,,""• •'•"•.•' • , • •'-•,
,•k • ,-- ,•'• -•'• -•

.•,:t^-,-,

•--- -- :•

-

. •, ••, '



•-,•,•,t•,,r:••

••

:*

-,-,•r•,

,•: •

-- ••,

The vert~ical dlstanm ut:zr tha-- acr,--mcn laircb--,rk on the tip of the rigjht -shouldciar.and thn kev.l of tlhe, waist atZ its niatur-al kicr~at~at~ion of a7 , =us subject starding eritis calculatcsl a3 follu,,s: AJ=C1{A IEIGTUC

4(0

VARIALtZE IM. (M3) -S

THE SUl

~UMA~L l

3E10-MTU~T

Y STATISTrICS

'1

THE SUvAiRY STATISTICS

28.98 0.12 2.26 0.09

lEAN SE(MEM) ST DEV SE (SD)

11.41 0.05 0.89 0.03

32.31 0.10 2.10 0.07

IlEmN SE (MAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

12.72 0.04 0.83 0.03

23.40 37.00

MINIf4I 9.21 M 4M 14.57

26.40 38.70

MfINMM KiAX1R271

10.39 15.24

CDEFF. OF VARIATION SyMTRY-VjTA I KIVRTOSIS---:=A II

7.8% 0.52 3.52

NUMBER OF SU-JECTS

334

CDEFF. OF VAPRIATION VzTA I TRYSYI• IKJP1OIS-VEA II IUMER OF S=,=

PERC=ENI1IS CnTEa1DCES 24.48 24.86 25.13 25.53 26.20 26.68 27.06 27.40 27.71 27.99 28.27 28.54 28.81 29.08 29.36 29.66 29.98 30.33 30.74 31.24 31.91 33.01 33.82 34.47 35.60

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 4TqH 45TH 50 I 55Th 607i165Th 7011i 75TH 80T1H 85TH 90111 95TI 97TH 983"} 99Thf

6.5% 0.05 2.80

k

487

PERCENTILES CAMTRIN~CHE 9.64 9.79 9.90 10.05 10.32 10.50 10.65 10.79 10.91 11.02 11.13 11.24 11.34 11.45 11.56 11.68 11.80 11.94 12.10 12.30 12.56 13.00 13.32 13.57 14.02

27.58 28.09 28.42 28.87 29.60 30.10 30.50 30.85 31.17 31.47 31.75 32.02 32.29 32.57 32.84 33.13 33.43 33.76 34.12 34.54 35.07 35.84 36.33 36.68 37.23

1ST 2ND 3RD 5THA 10TH 15ThI 20Th 2511 30qH 35W. 401IH 45TH 50TH 55Th 60TH 65R! 70TH 75T1h 80711 85TH 90YJl 95Thi 97'I-f 981TH 99TH

10.86 11.06 11.19 11.37 11.65 11.85 12.01 12.15 12.27 12.39 12.50 12.61 12.71 12.82 12.93 13.04 13.16 13.29 13.43 13.60 13.81 14.11 14.30 14.44 14.66

401 ...

;~fll

k

(D34)

SIIJ7'-Urs

I1

(c 7:7~JTC-)

The vertical distanoe btonthe, acrceldcn la~e on the.- tip of the right shoulder and the lev>1e of the waist at thlie navel (cnhlc)of a subject starding erect is calculatc-d as follows: AJI-kELU IIZIC-f-r vu-nus wAIST IiECV CM-¶ATC)

VARIABII. MO (D3 4) -IIn-wJTILa,:yH

(CVTk-IELON)

F~US

HUES

THE SU1RY SITATIS9TIC

CENIMTES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS

INCH{ES

C•f!]•RIm&iRS

INCHES

36.46

MEAN

14.35

38.96

MEAN

0.12 2.15 0.08

SE (NEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.05 0.85 0.03

0.11 2.40 0.08

SE (MEAN) ST DEV' SE(SD)

12.20 17.40

31.30 46.10

31.00 44.20

M=12M IcEMTUIL

CXJEFF. OF VARIATION SYMPMEIRY---VETA I KURIOSIS----VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

CEn'ArlME

5.9% 0.18 3.25

15.34 0.04 0.94 0.03

IgIMooll WXMtJMU

12.32 18.15

(X)EFF. OF VARIAT1ION SYNMVm=Y--VETA I MJRTOSIS---VETA II

334

6.2 % 0.11 2.87

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

INCHES

CENrM5qERs

1

487

INCHES

31.42 32.10 32.50 33.02 33.79 34.29 34.68 35.02 35.32 35.60 35.87

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10T{ 15TH 20TH 25TH 30H 35TH 40fTH

12.37 12.64 12.80 13.00 1.3.30 13.50 13.65 13.79 13.90 14.02 14.12

36.13 36.39

33.66 34.28 34.66 35.18 35.96 36.50 36.92 37.30 37.64 37.96 38.27

45TH 50TH

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40IH

14.23 14.33

13.25 13.50 13.65 13.85 14.16 14.37 14.54 14.68 14.82 14.95 15.07

36.66 36.93 37.21

38.57 38.88

45TH 50T11

55TH 60Th 65TH

14.43 14.54 14.65

15.19 15.31

37.52 37.85 38.22 38.66 39.21 40.03 40.55 40.92 41.48

39.18 39.50 39.82

70TH 75Th 80TH 857H 90T 95TH 97Th 98Th. 99TH

55TH 60TH 65Th

14.77 14.90 15.05 15.22 15.44 15.76 15.96 16.11 16.33

15.43 15.55 15.68

40.17 40.56 40.99 41.48 42.12 43.03 43.61 44.02 44.62

70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 907H S5Il 9711H 93TH 99Mh

15.82 15.97 16.14 16.33 16.53 16.94 17.17 17.33 17.57

[.

403

I4

...-.

. .. .

~---,..

..

.

(DX35)

SUEZVE IE2Th,

T1he vertical di:7tarce beiztocn the ricý-ht arýricr-scye-on-th,-e-t-orao

iancdarark anri the styl io lraiylark on the ricjrht wrist of a su'bjecct stardirng erect w~ith the arros st~raicht at the sichrs is calculated as fo~llo.,s: AXILT-A HEIC'HT irdhu:s RIUST =C3IGUT.

WI

VARIABLtE MD. (D35)-SI2EMM

LNSSU-2,

TME SULIVIARY STMMSTCS SIN=

'I~SMOMRY S5T~YISUCS CEWIME IN=

45.32 0.11 2.06 0.08

mEAN 17.84 SE (MEAN) 0.04 ST DEV 0.81 SE(SD) 0.03

47.51 0.13 2.83 0.09

MEAN SE (TAIN) ST DEV SE(SD)

18.70 0.05 1.11 0.04

37.50 53.70

MIN=hUM 14.76 NTXIl'13M 21.14

39.80 54.70

MI=I•! MAXhI'U'M

15.67 21.54

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMYTARY--VETA I KTIdWIS--VETA II NU=-EE

OF SUBJTIS

40.81 41.53 41.92 42.38 42.99 43.37 43.67 43.93 44.17 44.40 44.63 44.86 45.10 45.35 45.62 45.90 46.21 .46.57 46.97 47.46 48.09 49.02 49.59 49.99 50.53

2ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 201H 25"H 30 IH 351f1 491H 45TH 5011 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TrH 75TH 80111 85TH 90'H 95Th 97Th 98TH 991M

4.5% 0.39 3.99

COEFF. OF VARLATICU SY21ETRYVETA I K CSIS=VEA II

6.0% 0.00 2.77

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

16.07 16.35 16.50 16.68 16.93 17.07 17.19 17.29 17.39 17.48 17.57 17.66 17.76 17.86 17.96 18.07 18.19 18.33 18.49 18.68 18.93 19.30 19.53 19.68 19.89

40.78 41.68 42.21 42.90 43.90 44.56 45.09 45.54 45.96 46.34 46.71 47.08 47.44 47.81 48.19 48.58 49.00 49.46 49.97 50.55 51.28 52.28 52.87 53.25 53.75

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 49IH 45TH 50THl 55TH 60M165'1Th 70TH 75TH 80TH 85Th 901H 95TH 97Th 98-H 99TH

16.05 16.41 16.62 16.89 17.28 17.54 17.75 17.93 18.09 18.24 18.39 18.53 18.68 18.82 18.97 19.13 19.29 19.47 19.67 19.90 20.19 20.58 20.81 20.96 21.16

405 iM

(D36)

7

p

2CO,

rr

c

The vertical dist)rtce betý.ccan a sittingj surfacce and the supraster-nale larytLrrark on the lowst point of the rotch at the tcp of the besweof a subjoc7t sittCirn ercct. iss calculat-Ad as follu,ýs: SU STEINM=EAF HEIG11iT mfL'us (STATURE ri-r,(Ls S=ITIG IiEICIiTE)

F~IIS VARIABIE WO. (D3 6) -XJFPASTEI

C

L

THE, SUMMARY STATISTICS M S INCHES

HEIf=

C

SITITG

l~i

TimE SUMIY STATISTICS INCaIMS

57.29 0.12 2.22 0.09

KVEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

22.55 0.05 0.88 0.03

60.73 0.11 2.50 0.08

MEAN SE (MFNA) ST DEV SE (SD)

23.91 0.04 0.98 0.03

50.20 64.10

MITETIUM TINX=IM

19.76 25.24

50.70 68.40

MIN1hUM MAXII4JM

19.96 26.93

(OEFF. OF VARIATICON SYMME'IRY--VLTA I KJRdWIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

3.9% -0.11 3.14 334

CODEFF. OF VARIATION SIII=RY-VETA I KLJ•IOSIS-VETA II

4.1% -0.30 3.44

NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

487

PERC=IESPERC=LES

INa-ms

GBE'TlTETERS

=IEESINCHE

51.99 52.63 53.04 53.59 54.43

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH

20.47 20.72 20.88 21.10 21.43

53.85 55.06 55.72 56.53 57.61

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH

21.20 21.68 21.94 22.26 22.68

55.45 55.83 56.17 56.48 56.78 57.06 57.34 57.62 57.90 58.19 58.49 58.81 59.17 59.58 60.10 60.85 61.33 61.68

20TH 25TH 30Th 351H 4=Th 45TH 50Mi 55TH 601-TI 65TH 70TH 75TH 80Th 85TH 90=H 95Th 97TH 98TH

21.83 21.98 22.11 22.24 22.35 22.47 22.58 22.68 22.79 22.91 23.03 23.15 23.30 23.46 23.66 23.96 24.15 24.28

58.75 59.16 59.52 59.85 60.17 60.47 60.77 61.08 61.39 61.71 62.06 62.43 62.85 63.33 63.93 64.75 65.22 65.51

20'111 25Th 309h 35TH 4(71I 45TH 50TV 55TH 60Th 65TH 70Mh 75TH 80Th 85TH 90Mh 95TH 97Th 98Th

23.13 23.29 23.43 23.56 23.69 23.81 23.93 24.05 24.17 24.30 24.43 24.58 24.74 24.93 25.17 25.49 25.68 25.79

62.23

99TH

24.50

65.87

99Th

25.93

55.00

15TH

58.27

21.65

407

15Th

22.94

i

The vartical cdsztcaieLz ~~ tha trc~clmt-iricn lar~ZIark, on the riqht thigh and] the lZater=Kl :zl e~c~cnrtylŽý lerf.afk cn the right sicde of tho km~a is caeic Uthai as follu',z: TlIIPRC I ='CH-T rinhus LATEP-AL FCLPM-

VARrAMm IZ). (D37) -E9GI I-Da

SU1,HMARY STATISTICS CETEV3 INCHES

'lME SL XRY SL'-TISTCS I'E"r?.IS ICHEtS

40.94 0.09 1.65

VE.AIN SE(,'MAN) ST DEV

16.12 0.04 0.65

41.73 0.10 2.25

IMAN SE(tMAN) ST DEV

0.06

SE(SD)

0.03

0.07

SE (SD)

0.03

36.20 47.60

MIlflNT VMAXI2VM

14.25 18.74

36.60 48.40

MNIM•4 MAXIUL4

14.41 19.06

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYaiS RYV.ETA I IUJdIS--VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTK'

4.0% 0.17 3.53

CIDEFF. OF VARITIOCN sMEI Y-Vrm I IFUJWIS-VETA II

334

NUI0IER OF SUBJEC.•S

16.43 0.04 0.89

5.4% 0.33 2.76 487 !

puErrrn

CETIMETERS

CENTIME=~

INQCfES

INQlE

36.87 37.54 37.91 38.35 38.95 39.32 39.60 39.84 40.06 40.27 40.47 40.67 40.87 41.07 41.28 41.50 41.74 42.01 42.31 42.66 43.11 43.73

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10MH 15TH 20Th 25= 30IH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 651Th 701H 75111 80111 85TH 90Th 9 5711

14.52 14.78 14.92 15.10 15.33 15.42 15.59 15.69 15.77 15.85 15.93 16.01 16.09 16.17 16.25 16.34 16.43 16.54 16.66 16.80 16.97 17.22

37.11 37.62 37.92 38.33 38.95 39.39 39.75 40.08 40.38 40.68 40.96 41.25 41.54 41.85 42.16 42.49 42.84 43.24 43.63 44.19 44.84 45.76

1ST 2TD 3RD -5Lh 10111 15TH 20Th 257,1 30T 35TH 40TH 45TH 50Tq 55TH 60111 65TH 70TH 75Ti 8001 85T1 90TH 95T11

14.61 14.81 14.93 15.09 15.34 15.51 15.65 15.78 15.90 16.01 16.13 16.24 16.36 1.6.47 16.60 16.73 16.87 17.02 17.20 17.40 17.65 18.01

44.10

97Th

17.36

46.30

97TH

18.23

44.34 44.65

98211 99TH

17.46 17.58

46.66 47.14

98711 99111

18.37 18.56

409 L

):

(D)38)

'I1I.C2AX llNXý

fThe vertical dist~rce ~~e tlhe cericale lar~fnmcrk at th-.e basýe o-A. the2 back of the nech:k ani the level off the inffe-ic~r Point of the ricplht tenthi rib is calculated as follc,,:-: CZRV,,-ICAI-7 IEICYT minus TE~i- RIB HEIGIT.P

41,0

j VARIABLE ND. (D38) -TTXMRAX LLNK

THE 9U.YRY STA.[STICS CTWIMFERS IN~CHES

ThE S1J!,lAPY STATISTICS CErvl=INCHES

38.02 0.10

SE(MEAN)

14.97 0.04

41.05 0.10

MEAN SE(I-EANT)

16.16 0.04

1.87 0.07

ST DEW SE (SD)

0.74 0.03

2.10 0.07

ST DFV SE(SD)

0.83 0.03

31.30 44.60

MINIDNIM MAXIMUM

12.32 17.56

32.90 46.80

MINIMUM MAXKMUM

12.95 18.43

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMVETRYVETA I

4.9% 0.16

I•JdIS---VETA

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYIR,2ITRY---V-ETA I

5.1% -0. 10

3.40

KMIIOSIS---VETA II

3.18

334

NU=BR OF SUBJECTS

487

II

NL3IBM OF SUB-jEC!S

CniTET-RS 34.15 34.48 34.72 35.07 35.67 36.10 36.44 36.75 37.02 37.27 37.51 37.75 37.98 38.21 38.44 38.69 38.94 39.22 39.54 39.92 40.40 41.17 41.71 42.1' 42.85

INCHES

35.85 36.71 37.19 37.76 38.52 33.99 39.36 39.67 39.95 40.22 40.47 40.73 40.99 41.25 41.53 41.81 42.13 42.47 42.86 43.31 43.88 44.67 45.12 45.41 45.76

[

'

;CHES

]JTM=

1M 13.45 2ND 13.57 3RD 13.67 5TH 13.81 10TH 14.04 15TH 14.21 20T 14.35 26iTH 14.47 30TH 14.57 35UH 14.67 409M 14.77 45TH 14.86 50='T 14.95 55TH 15.04 600TH 15.14 65TH 15.23 70TH 15.33 75TrH 15.44 80Thr 15.57 85TH 15.71 909Td 15.91 95TH 16.21 97TH 16.42 98TIH 16.59 99TH 16.87

t V.

1ST 2ND 3RD 5'1{ 10Th 15TH 2MF 25TH 30M1 35Th 407H 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th 98Th 99TH

14.11 14.45 14.64 14.86 15.17 15.35 15.49 15.62 15.73 15.83 15.93 16.04 16.14 16.24 16.35 16.46 16.59 16.72 16.87 17.05 17.28 17.59 17.76 17.88 18.01

I

411

~.~'~

~

"

0D39)

17U7

TI Z 21

La7)

Thahrictl

i.areI.'e~ tlhe vertical laeof tl-e back a M'.the tip righ~t trofo a subj(:Žzt stz~rk';rrj cr-zct with the k'ft hlcr against a w~ill~ ard th2 rcntwt~l: nlart-, and h.2nd extended fon;-rd of the

horizcnta1ly as far OC pc:S 2ol 1! w;t-h -&-2 th- -3- lying on tlhe f.i-r-tk2.rl u.f the fcrz:firrjcr is callcultxi -a- folicý,r;: lV'RTS?-7..WrAI tElJF~j, fThEll plusST- ~ U. PIz;~

---------

VZARLUMt

W. (M39) -fllla7iE'IP KiLH, Eu=L=E

THE SUMTJnRY STATISTICS

CNVE

INmm{s

CF

TME SUZ1,'MVRY SULTIECS

qE-

81.41 0.14 2.63 0.10

fAmN SE i4EAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

32.05 0.06 1.04 0.04

86.34 0.17 3.82 0.12

75.70 92.40

PIN =IVI 29.80 bAXIDIMT 36.38

76.60 99. 10

CDEFF. OF VARIATION S'YIlRYVETA I FJIOSIS-V VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJW1I

MEPIN 33.99 SEE (?FN) 0.07 ST LEV 1.50 0.05 SE(SD) RMIIJ714 ,XI,•JM

30.16 39.02

3.2% 0.48 3.56

0OEF. OF VAPRATION SYaTIYVEM I IJ=ISVEITA Il

4.4% 0.27 3.20

334

NUMER OF SUBtT3CIS

487

PERCENTILES CETMETERS

IN=

PRET INCH-ES

Cn\TmEI•

INCHE

76.47

IST

30.11

78.08

IST

30.74

76.84 77.03 77.35 77.92 78.55 79.13 79.52 79.87 80.21 80.80 81.11 81.42 81.73 82.03 82.34 82.70 83.07 83.43 83.82 84.65 85.99 87.00 87.48 88.92

2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15T--H 2CfMH 25TH 30MIH 35TH 40Th 45TH 50Mh 55Th 60I 65TH 70Th 75TH 80CM 85Th 9071A 95TH 9711 98TH 99TH

30.25 30.33 30.45 30.68 30.93 31.15 31.31 31.45 31.58 31.81 31,93 32.05 322.18 32.29 32.42 32.56 32.70 32.85 33.00 33.33 33.85 34.25 34.44 35.01

78.89 79.44 80.23 81.50 82.38 83.09 83.71 84.26 84.78 85.27 85.74 86.21 86.68 87.16 87.66 88.19 88.77 89.43 90.21 91 23 92.84 93.97 94.85 96.35

2ND 3RD 5Th 1=Th 151h 20Th 25TH 3WTH 35Th 40M1 45T[ 50Th 55Th 6Cff1 65Th1 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 901l1 95Th 977h 98Th 99TH

31.06 31.28 3.59 32.09 32.43 32.71 32.96 33.17 33.38 33.57 33.76 33.94 34.13 34.32 34.51 34.72 34.95 35.21 35.52 35.92 36.55 37.00 37.34 37.93

413

I

(IM.0)

T,?x.c:ý1rnI

The vertical di

bwen b:ct

a stn

gsuiwface arjzl the tracjion laremarl-

on the cartilegirncus fl-ap of flersh in front of the right ear'nole of a subjEct stzrdirg erec-t withl th~e head: in the Fl-hnkforrt plar,- is calculatcd as followsý-: STA'hURE sinus '?AT-OP07 IlEwD.

4 1,

vARMME M. (D40) -rRAGIal HE=dI

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CEMI-= IN=-ES

'IHE SUMMARY STATIICS CETIETERS INCHES

155.54 0.24 4.36 0.17

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

61.24 0.09 1.72 0.07

164.02 0.29 6.35 0.20

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

64.57 0.11 2.50 0.08

144.00 173.90

MT•T,%4 MAXIMM

56.69 68.46

145.40 180.70

NlýMTDfjM MNXTIM

57.24 71.14

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMEIRY---VETA I KURIIS---VETA II

2.8% 0.43 3.66

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY4EIRY---VEiTA I KJRIdIS--VETA II

NUMBER OF SUBTECIS

334

INMBEP OF SUBJECTS

C

T

PERTrflT1S ET= .INCHES

3.9% -0.06 2.80 483

PERMTILES C=MMMiS INCHES

145.87 147.17

1ST 2NTD

57.43 57.94

148.82 150.75

1ST 2ND

58.59 59.35

147.92

3RD

58.24

151.93

3RD

59.81

148.88 150.25 151.15 151.87 152.50 153.08 153.63 154.16 154.69 155.22 155.77 156.34

5TH 10IH 15TH 20M1 25TH 30TH 35TH 40THd 45TH 50MH 55TH 60TH

58.61 59.15 59.51 59.79 60.04 60.27 60.48 60.69 60.90 61.11 61.33 61.55

153.48 155.81 157.37 158.60 159.66 160.62 161.51 162.36 163.19 164.01 164.83 165.67

5TH 10TTH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30T'H 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH1 60qT

60.43 61.34 61.96 62.44 62.86 63.24 63.59 63.92 64.25 64.57 64.89 65.22

156.94

65TH

61.79

166.53

65TH

65.56

157.59

70IE

62.04

167.45

7071H1

65.92

158.31

75TH

62.33

168.43

7571H

66.31

159.13

80TH

62.65

169.53

20TH

66.74

160.09 161.32 163.11

85TH 90MH 95TH

63.03 63.51 64.22

170.78 172.32 174.47

85TIH 90W1 95 1

67.23 67.84 68.69

164.22 164.99 166.08

97TH 98TH1 99T'I

64.65 64.96 65.39

175.75 176.61 177.79

97THa 98Th 99TH

69.19 69.53 69.99

415

S-

The vertic-,l distnce1zeen a sIttincj sur;'Z~ce, and the tra-gion lar.o ark,

onte atlaicrfE~

ff

el,

nfrn

sujitsitm ,,-- iitehacli h

as S=G =77L -i!usO

f

h

ictearo\eo

ln scluae

ZD

4L

VARIAE1E IED. (D-11)

I

f3acir', =i'Uc~ sIT22

THE SUMIARY STATISTICS CENT S INEICE NLhCS

=

SWRIARY STAISTICS INiHES

75.80 0.15 2.66 0.10

MEAN SE(EMAN) sT DEV SE(SD)

29.84 0.06 1.05 0.04

79.90 0.15 3.23 0.10

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DOW SE(SD)

31.46 0.06 1.27 0.04

67.80 84.00

MIIl'JU NAXil'MtJT

26.69 33.07

69.50 89.00

TIIJMf4[ MXfIJVlA

27.36 35.04

COEFF. OF VARIArION

SYVAEIT=Y-VETA I KUR1OIS-VETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

3.5%

CODEFF. OF VARIATION

-0.06 2.90

SYWPMYM-VL I IJrIIS-VETA Il

334

NUMIBER OF SUPBJECT-S

PERC•fILES

4.0%

-0.26 3.21 483

PERCENITLES

NCES

CENTIMTES

t

CINTIMT0

INCHES

69.78 70.31 70./0 71.28 72.26 72.95 73.50 73.99 74.41 74.81 75.18 75.53 75.87 76.21 76.55 76.90 77.26 77.64

1Sr 2ND 3RD 5TH 10T11 15TH 20TH 25Th 301i1 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TIH 65TH 70I1 75TH

27.4i 27.68 27.84 28.06 28.45 28.72 28.94 29.13 29.30 29.45 29.60 29.74 29.87 30.01 30.14 30.27 30.42 30.57

71.00 72.53 73.39 74.45 75.89 76.76 77.41 77.94 78.41 78.84 79.24 79.62 80.00 80.38 80.76 81.16 81.59 82.04

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15TH 291M 25Th 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th 50111 55TH 60TH 65Th 70ni 75TH

27.95 28.56 28.89 29.31 29.88 30.22 30.48 30.69 30.87 31.04 31.20 31.35 31.50 31.65 31.80 31.95 32.12 32.30

78.06 78.55

80TH 85TH

30.73 30.92

32.56 83.16

80T1H 85TH

32.50 32.74

79.16 80.08 80.71 81.20 82.02

90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99111

31.16 31.53 31.78 31.97 32.29

83.92 85.02 85.70 86.18 86.88

90q11 95TH 97Th 98'Tih 99U•I

33.04 33.47 33.74 33.93 34.20

417

i

:

i! ~2

(D42)

VL1-0ICAI. CRI-P TQ

The vertical dlistan~ce bet;,;e~cn a st-andir surface and the cerite-r of a 1-1/4"' dia-meter dcw-,el gri-,p:ýd horizontally in the right hand of a s-ubjec-(t hand held s-t-rai(ght overlhead is standing erect with the shcuicbr, arandIWUN'D LD~iplus~ 10F'NG7-TIP R'TGninus calculated as follu.n;s: OVIEPUIL2DWRIST.-C-LILR OF &UTP LENJKI.

)i

4l13>

VWRIABIE NO. (D42) -VE-MC[ZIL

GRIP RMCH

FEMAS

THE SUZMARY STATISTICS CENTfIMETERS INCHES

THE SUMMZRY STATISTICS CENTIMETERS INCHES

200.68 0.32 5,84 0.23

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

79.01 0.13 2.30 0.09

211.61 0.39 8.68 0.28

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

83.31 0.15 3.42 0.11

186.30 223.60

M2nIM MAXIiMJM

73.35 88.03

189.70 236.50

MINIMUM MAXIMUM

74.69 93.11

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYOM'RY---VETA I JRTISIS-VE-wA IT NlMBER OF SUBJErCS

2.9% 0.55 3.58

C)EFF. OF VARIATION SYNNMERY--VETA I NJRESIS--VETA II

4.1% 0.08 2.77

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

PtRCE,'TILES

CEITIMlETERS

PERCENTILES CEN1rn4E~TER IDiCES

DNiF-m

IST 2ND 3RD

75.44 76.43 77.03

197.63

5TH

77.81

200.59 202.57

10TIH 15TH

78.97 79.75

77.04

204.16

20TH

80.38

77.38 77.69 77.98 78.26 78.54

205.55 206.81 208.00 209.14 210.26

25TH 30'IH 35TH 401H 45TH

80.92 81.42 81.89 82.34 82.78

50TH

78.83

211.39

50THI

83.22

55TH 60M 65TH 70211

79.12 79.42 79.73 80.07

212.53 213.70 214.92 216.21

55ThI 60TH 65TH 70TH

85.67 84.13 84.61 85.12

204.32

75T'h

80.44

217.62

75TH

85.68

205.39 206.65 208.28 210.71 212.31 213.47 215.29

80Th 85TH 90M11 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

80.86 81.36 82.00 82.96 83.58 84.04 84.76

219.20 221.01 223.26 226.39 228.22 229.43 231.04

80TH 85T}{ 90111 95TH 97TH 98'TH 99Mh

86.30 87.01 87.90 89.13 89.85 "90.33 90.96

1ST 21,ND 3RD

74.56 74.96 75.23

191.62 194.14 195.66

192.03

5TH

75.60

193.61 194.75

10T1H 15TH

76.22 76.67

195.69

2(C11I

196.54 197.32 198.07 3.98.79 199.50

25TH 30TH 35`111 40211 45TH

200.23 200.96 201.72 202.52 203.38

189.39 190.40 191.07

419

f

I ]

(D43)

VI=TC-;L CZEP PT7-C, I EC-7J

The vertical distaince bGtwý-fl th,' avc-ciron larn±7ark on th-e tip of the ricght shoualder and the center of a 1-1/411 dia?:-Žter dorwel gjrirlcd perpendicularly in the richt harfl of a Lubject u-adx~ir erec-t with the anmco hold straticht at the sicý- is ca&lculatsd' as follows: ACM'2ffAL I-EIGHT minus IRIST HEIGNI plus OF'~CIP LKXGPH.

VARIABIE NO. (D133) -V

=-CAL (GTP~lCl =,--All

FEMAIES

MHE SUIMSY CENTIMETERS

THE St•,•2% c~nmlEE~Rms

STATISTICS

INCH'ES

62.43 0.12 2.19 0.08

ýMEA SE'MFEAV) ST DEV SE(SD)

24.58 0.05 0.86 0.03

66.55 0.14 3.19 0.10

57.00 71.90

MI'fL4M f

22.44

57.60 MININUM 75.00 AXVM3_3J1

COEFF. OF VARATA¶EW'1 SYNMVIY-VErA 1 KIJRIOSIS-vETA iI NUMBER OF SUBJ

C

INCH-ES

S

283.31 3.5% 0.67 3.97

CIDEFF. OF IAR=CkJ S~lR-EII-y-VET 1 KUJIrCISVEIA Ii

334

NUMER OF StJBJIS

PERETIIES 'I2MET ERS INCIES 58.44 58.74 58.96 59.28 59.82 60.23 60.56 60.86 61.15 61.42 61.68 61.94 62.20 62.47 62.76 63.06 63.38 63.74 64.15 64.65 65.31 66.34 67.06 67.60 68.50

IST 2ND 3P.D 5TH 1011H 15TH 20TH 25TH 30RfI35TH 4C0TH 45TH 501H 55TH 60TH 65Th 70'[H 75Th 80ITH 85Vh 90TH 95TH 97TH 982i 99TfH

1pIEA SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

CEl

23.01 23.13 23.21 23.34 23.55 23.71 23.84 23.96 24.07 24.18 24.28 24.39 24.49 24.60 24.71 24.82 24.95 25.09 25.26 25.45 25.71 26.12 26.40 26.62 26,97

F

22.68 29.53 4.81% 0.14 2.78 487

PERC•!I.-S II•S INCIS

59.60 60.37 60.85 61.50 62.51 63.21 63.78 64.28 64.74 65.17 65.59 66.00 66.42 66.84 67.27 67.72 68.20 68.72 69.31 70.00 70.86 72.09 72.86 73.39 74.15

421

26.20 0.06 1.26 0.04

ISr 2ND 3RD 5TH 1C0Y1H 15TH 201TH 25TH 30Th 35TH 4YiH 45ni 5MH 55TH 601T 65Ri 70111 75TH 80'85-TIH 90111 95TH 9711H 98Th 99'1H

23.46 23.77 23.96 24.21 24.61 24.89 25.11 25.31 25.49 25.66 25.82 25.99 26.15 26.31 26.48 26.66 26.85 27.06 27.29 27.56 27.90 28.38 28.68 28.89 29.19

k

(D-14)

VTIMICA-L

IPPcH,

LT

The vertical distance bet,;een a standrGcL smrfac'e and the center of a a subject 1-1/4"1 dialmepter dctiei griopief horizon~tally in the righ arof is Possible as far as overheýad straiicht rýa-chIing and toes the on standrycJi :-I, E=ThDD nfnuss HAND P RFAMIUI calculated as follcovs: 0VFP:{DXD IE1NGITI plus VRTST-CEITKR OF CRIP L§±T

It

422

VA1L0, I

D. (D44) -VE-UTCAL

CRIP REAOI, EXITD-/M PZTRS

THE

SUMMRY STATISTICS

CENTD4AEEI'S 210.09

THE SU••iWY STATISTICS

INCHES

CE~~fl4ERSICE

MEAN

82.71

221.52

MEAN

87.21

0.32

SE(IIEAN)

0.13

0.40

SE(MEN)

5.94

0.16

ST DEV

2.34

0.23

SE(SD)

0.09

8.88

ST DEV

3.50

0.28

SE(SD)

0.11

197.80 233.90

M=4NI4UM MAXI4UTM

77.87 92.09

198.10 247.80

MN!NM4 MAXR1245

77.99 97.56

COEFF. OF

-ARIATION

2.8%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

SYMMETRY---VETA I KEJRISIS--VVETA II

4.0%

0.59 3.48

SYMMEIRY---VETA I XURTOISVETA II

0.07 2.76

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

487

198.61

1ST

78.19

201.50

1ST

79.33

199.66 200.35 201.31 202.89 204.02 204.96 205.81 206.59 207.34

2ND 3RD 5TH 10=h 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH

78.61 78.88 79.26 79.88 80.32 80.69 81.03 81.34 81.63

203.78 205.21 207.14 210.14 212.20 213.85 215.31 216.63 217.86

2ND 3RD 5TH 1CTH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH

208.08

80.23 80.79 81.55 82.73 83.54 84.19 84.77 85.29 85.77

40'-i'

81.92

219.05

40111

86.24

208.80 209.54 210.30 211.08

45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH

82.21 82.50 82.79 83.10

211.91 212.80

220.21 221.37 222.53 223.72

65TH 70111

83.43 83.78

451ih 50TH 57111 69TH

86.70 87.15 87.61 88.08

224.96 226.27

65`11 70-H

213.78

88.57 89.08

75Th

84.17

227.68

75TH

89.64

214.91 216.24 217.97 220.57 222.27 223.52 225.46

80911 85TH 90'ITH 95Th 97Th 98TH 9911

84.61 85.14 85.81 86.84 87.51. 88.00 88.76

229.27 231.08 233.34 236.54 238.47 239.8C 241.67

80TH 85TH 90TH 95T`1 97T1! 98TH 99qH

90.26 90.98 91.87 93.13 93.89 94.41 9-5.15

I,

423

;3, ..r t'

~,*--

..

~

n~~

oa

-4 ,

.U

nf..-

.'

-

w

~

a

.

i-.:

-

(D15)

VETTir:XL GRIUP ==J~,

rrr

the center of a 1-1/411 The vertical distan~ce btatwen a sitti-na su~eand in the riaht harAd of a subject sitting theizcntally ~ pe eiamtrect with c,,ý eretwth hear'i hel sraicýht ovarhcrad is calculatcd as folicrs: OVERHEAD FIUGERT'!IP FEW!-, S-NTT~hG rninru IL\D LENGTHi plus WRS-E~T?.OF GRIP LENGTH.

424

VARTAU[E hO. (L'15) -V=CA~tL aRIP TM.ZAC, MMLES

sITflNG HE

THE SU^,IA£Ry 6TAMSTICS INCHES1

THE SuvRY STATiSTcs CfSNCEIIES INCHES

124.70 0.21 3.87 0.15

MEAN SE(:1EN) ST DEV SE (SD)

49.10 0.08 1.52 0.06

131.34 0.24 5.22 0.17

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

51.71 0.09 2.05 0.07

111.90 136.20

INMMMI MAX=4UM

44.06 53.62

117.10 145.90

?INI2'lU14 MAXIn•N

46.10 57.44

0OEFF. OF VARP ION .SYMTRY- -VETA I 1[TREOSISVEIA II NUMBER OF SUBJEC

3.1% 0.15 3.15

COEFF. OF WRI7'OIN SY)UTRYVEFTA I I/JRISISVIM II

334

NUMR-R OF SUBJECTS

PERCES CENTIrMTS INCHES

4.0% 0.04 2.86 487

PERCEMIIES CETIMMTEPS INCHES

115.79 117.01 117.74 118.66 119.99 120.85 121.52 122.11 122.63 123.12 123.59 124.06 124.52 125.00 125.49 126.00 126.56 127.47 127.88 128.72

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1011 15TH 209i1H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40 TH 45Th 50qTH 5575i 60I1H 65Th 70TH 751H 80TH 85TH

45.59 46.07 46.35 46.72 47.24 47.58 47.84 48.07 48.28 48.47 48.66 48.84 49.02 49.21 49.40 49.61 49.83 50.07 50.35 50.68

118.86 120.55 121.55 122.85 124.74 125.98 126.96 127.80 128.55 129.25 129.92 130.58 131.23 131.89 132.57 133.27 1.34.02 134.84 135.77 136.85

1ST 2ND 3RD 571H 10TH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 4501 50Th 55TH 60Th 65TH 70TH 75Th 80TH 25T}{

46.80 47.46 47.85 48.37 49.11 49.60 49.98 50.31 50.61 50.89 51.15 51.41 51.67 51.93 52.19 52.47 52.76 53.09 53.45 53.88

129.81 131.47 132.57 133.38 134.66

9M21 95TH 97TH 98TH 99T;h

51.10 51.76 52.19 52.51 53.01

138.21 140.21 141.47 142.36 143.69

90TH 95TH 97Th 98TH 99Th

54.41 55.20 55.70 56.05 56.57

425

...........................................

*....r'....71.v.......

(D)16)

VE§-,TICA

Dif=X

FIYCTE-c=P.K'2 CI

The vertic~al dJistance L indexm finger of a subject f ireers

stretched

FDiGCIrPTP RFAGII

strimict

~mrans

t-wcc~i a

st ,uT~1 drc sstanclfrcj ercw-t u-c zca~d

H~fDIL:CT

is

pluS

,4 I

surfacezz

with

the

caic-ilated WTTTP
?ad theý tip of the right sru2rarm, -. ,

[olla4;s:

right ,andI

01 TFHEAD

FTGFHi.

ARIABIE MO. (D46) -VERTICAL

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS CrxM'Rn INCHES 211.17

TI=EX FINGER•IP RDQI-I

THE SUMIRY STATISTICS CEN E= INCHES

83.14

222.95

MEAN

87.78

0.33 6.10 0.24

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.13 2.40 0.09

0.41 9.09 0.29

SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.16 -. 58 0.11

197.00 236.20

MNILT,1 MXIMUM[

77.56 92.99

199.40 249.10

MTNIMUN MIUM

78.50 93.07I

MEAN

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMrn'fRY---VErA I X!JRIOSIS-VETA 11

2.9% 0.59 3.64

(X)EFF. OF VARIATION SY•M Y----VErA I KUlfcWIS---=-rA 11

4.1% 0.06 2.78

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECT'S

487

PERGCILES C!EI7rTmET, INCHiES

PERC=LLE CENTIMETERS INCHE 199.56 200.52 201.17 202.13 203.74 204.92 205.90 206.79

1ST 2N7D 3RD 55TH 10TH 15UI 20TH 25TH

207.61 208.39 209.14 209.89 210.64 211,42 271.21 2).",.04 213.94 214.93 216.05

78.57 78.94 79.20 79.58 80.21 80.68 81.06 81.41

202.06 204.50 206.03 208.10 211.28 213.45 215.17 216.67

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1UTH 15TH 20ITH 25TH

79.55 80.51 81.11 81.93 83,18 84.03 84.71 85.30

3MTH

81.74

218.02

307H

85.84

35TH 40Th 45TH 50TH 55TH 60f-{ 65TH 70TH 75T 8CTH

82.04 82.34 82.63 82.93 83.23 83.55 83.88 84.23 84.62 85.06

219.28 220.49 221.66 222.82 223.99 225.19 226.42 22- 73 229.16 230.75

35TH 40TYH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60T= 65TH 70TM 75TH 80TH

86.33 86.81 87.27 87.73 88.19 88.66 89.14 89.66 90.22 90.85

217.37

85TH

85.58

232.60

85TH

91.57

219.08 221.67 223.38 224.64 226.64

90TH 95TH 97TH 98Ti 99Th

86.25 7. 27 87 )4 '3S.44 39.23

234.92 238.31 240.44 241.98 244.30

90TIH 95TH 97TIH 98TH 99TH

92.49 93.82 94.66 95.27 96.18

427

AV .........

The vertical distar.co

cw~

theP acxmi-on lnhakon the tip of the ax fi ~asajetsadn Le erect with the ams hanfs, and finc~ers held strAight dmat the sides is calculated as= follcws: AC-dIfUAL HEEIhT minus IýT-ScT HEIiP plus WR-TIST-DINFX MFJICR LGTHfl.

right shetfidzarial the tip of th-e rigtic

42i

VARIABIZE 1-0. (-d-7) -V=CAQL

M,=•-•

Ml-•ý-.

1U,-u.CH EV'ý KMALES

FngE

THE SUN2M¶ARY STATISTICS CENTIMTERS INCHES

THE SUNMMARY STATISIICS CEITMETER INCHES

72.93 0.13 2.43 0.09

VY.ANl SE (NEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

28.71 0.05 0.96 0.04

77.89 0.16 3.60 0.12

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

30.66 0.06 1.42 0.05

68.30 83.00

=131UM MAXIf?'

26.89 32.68

67.70 87.60

!"N!=0el ?NXXDf'l N

26.65 34.49

COEFF. OF VAiPCATION SYi4LETYVflTA I KURIMIS--VBTA II NUMBER OF SUB=JECT

3.3% 0.78 3.98

COEFF. OF VAWI?.i'.ON SY*2=RYVELLA I KIJRISISVETA II

4.6% 0.14 2.73

334

NUMBER OF SUBJWIJ`S

487

PFCE=REiLES cMITES MIfnlEITRS

PERCTIML INCHES

68.55 68.93 69.17 69.52 70.09 70.50 70.85 71.17 71.47 71.76 72.04 72.33 72.62 72.92 73.24 73.58 73.94 74.35 74.83 75.39 76.14 77.29 78.06

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 5571 60 65TH 701H 75THi 8CIH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TI

26.99 27.14 27.23 27.37 27.59 27.76 27.89 28.02 28.14 28.25 28.36 28.48 28.59 28.71 28.83 28.97 29.11 29,27 29. .6 . 29. Lc 29.98 30.43 30.73

70.41 71.14 71.62 72.27 73.33 74.09 74.71 75.28 75.80 76.29 76.77 77.24 77.72 78.21 78.71 79.23 79.79 80.39 81.07 81.84 82.81 84.16 84.96

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10M 15TH 20TH 25TH 3CrfH 35TH 401H 45TH 5CrTH 95Ui 60YIH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90qH 95'II 97TH

78.63

98TH

30.96

85.50

9831I1I 33.66

79.54

99TH

31.32

86.23

99TH

27.72 28.01 28.19 28.45 28.87 29.17 29.41 29.64 29.84 30.04 30.22I 30.41 30.60 30.79 30.99 31.19 31.41 31.65 31.92 32.22 32.60 33.14 33.45 33.95

429

.............................

~.

.

.

.

.

[..

(W.8)

V 2I'M~L TITD( FJTC-'m-'TP F1E7:(TiI,

XI' f

The vertical distance between a starmdirg surfaze and the tip of the right index finrer of a subj cot standing on the tips of the toes and reaching

overhead as far as possible with the arcs, harrL, parallel is calculated as follows: minus HAND LIT= plus WJST-TDEN

and fingers straight and

FIYNGER=IP REACH, E•TEIDED OVEP,-JE IlG=P, LENGIH

CI K!

4:30

VARIA=l

IOM (PA3)-VEIlCAL UMDEX FTn;MfdTP PEACH, 0=,LE

'I1E SrUllAhRY STATISTICS Ca-INCsIN=

TME SUYTMARY STATISTICS CMMETJ• IDCUES

220.58 0.34 6.21 0.24

•MN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

86.84 0.13 2.45 0.09

232.86 0.42 9.29 0.30

MEAN SE(IFAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

91.68 0.17 3.66 0.12

208.10 245.00

I,=1N7PUM MAXT4lM

81.93 96.46

207.80 260.40

MI42TUM M]XI•t3M

81.81 102.52

CoEFF. CF VAFIATION SYMN4 Y----VE .E I KURISIS-----VFTA II NUT=

OF SUj-ECIS

CENTMTR 208.44 209.73 210.51 211.54 213.16 214.29 215.24 216.09 216.88 217.65 218.40 219.16 219.93 220.72 221.55 222.43 223.38 224.43 225.63 227.05 228.86 231.53 233.19 234.35 236.04

2.8% 0.61 3.52

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMM2ETRY--VETA I KU=IS-VETA II

334

NUMER OF SUBJECTS

PERCEN~TILFS SINETEm lST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50rTi 55TH 60TH 65-I 70Th 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

4.0% 0.06 2.77 487

PERC1NTILES CE=Q]ES 82.06 82.57 82.88 83.28 83.92 84.37 84.74 85.07 85.39 85.69 85.99 86.28 86.59 86.90 87.22 87.57 87.94 88.36 88.83 89.39 90.10 91.15 91.81 92.27 92.93

211.68 214.13 215.65 217.70 220.86 223.02 224.76 226.29 227.68 228.98 230.23 231.45 232.67 233.90 235.16 236.46 237.84 239.33 241.00 242.90 245.25 248.53 250.47 251.77 253.54

431

321CI-IES 3-T 2ND 3RD 5Th 10T1 15TH 20TH 25TH 3MI 35TH 401H 45Thi 50TH 55TH 60THI 65Th 70TH 75Th 80TH 85TH 90CI 95Mh 97TH 98TH 991H

83.34 84.30 84.90 85.71 86.95 87.80 88.49 89.09 89.64 90.15 90.64 91.12 91.60 92.09 92.58 93.10 93.64 94.23 94.88 95.63 96.55 97.85 98.61 99.12 99.82

K 1

(Dig)

V'-T~rTJ-

P-

vr~srPv-IsriTr-Iz

.he vertical distance bsat..;eon a sittiirqj surfaceý and

the tin

of the rirc-ht

index finge-,:,r of a sub~ject sitting er-cc-t and1 raising the right shculdarT, ann ad ingrsstaiqht overheari is calculatied as fo~llcS: COVE1RHEiM) FINGERIP PEaCH, SITITIN; minus !ENDT=!~ plus 1,12ST-TDMEN F-DGER LEJNGT1H.

432

VARTA•E

NO. (D49) -V

ICAL D=- FLNHE

THE SUV•ARY STATISTIC

TH

IZ2-a,

SITTIN7G

SUP•l"KdRY ST•ISTIS MCS

CENT=HERS

INCHES

135.20 0.22 4.09 0.16

ITA.N SE(T.EAN) S' DEV SE(SD)

53.23 0.09 1.61 0.06

142.68 0.25 5.58 0.18

.EN SE(IFAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

56.17 0.10 2.20 0.07

122.60 14.70

flr~ UM M•cM2-'

48.27 58.11

126.80 157.50

MDINNM1M WAXIEJM

49.92 62.01

C'•EFF. OF VARTATTOIN SY1t24ETRY-VETA I IURMSISVETA II NLMBER OF SUBJECIS

CIE=

3.0% 0.21 3.11

COEFF. OF VAR=TiTIO SYýIRY-YVEA I IJIISISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SURJEC=S

PERCEMLES

CNMTflITR

IN=FS

3.9% 0.00 2.86 487

PE2RCE'I TIl

INa-l

ME~IME=~

IN=i

126.10 127.21 127.89 128.79 130.14 131.04 131.76 132.38 132.95 133.48 133.99 134.49 134.99 135.50 136.03 136.58 137.18 137.83 138.59 139.48 140.64 142.41

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 257d 301H 357H 40ThI 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 7UIH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TIH 95Th

49.64 50.08 50.35 50.70 51.23 51.59 51.87 52.12 52.34 52.55 52.75 52.95 53.15 53.35 53.55 53.77 54.01 54.27 54.56 54.91 55.37 56.07

143.60

129.38 131.05 132.07 133.43 135.47 136.83 137.90 138.84 139.67 140.45 141.19 141.91 142.63 143.35 144.08 144.84 145.64 146.52 147.50 148.63 150.06 152.14

97TH

56.53

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 1001 15TH 2'YTH 25TH 30T 35TH 40Th 45TH 50TI 55TH 60Th 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 851H 90TH 95TH

50.94 51.59 52.00 52.53 53.33 53.87 54.29 54.66 54.99 55.29 55.59 55.87 56.15 56.44 56.72 57.02 57.34 57.68 58.07 58.52 59.08 59.90

144.48 145.89

98TH 997H

153.45

56.88 57.44

97TH

60.41

154.38 155.77

98Th{ 99TH

60.78 61.33

4331

Siii

(D50)

VII1CAL ILLiPYQG

acrcmicn landrýark on the tip of the The vertical distanmce btlccn t right shoulder and the tip of t-he righlt thi:u7b of a subject standirxj ereect with the arm,.s held straight dcý,n and the thcmb 2.ying on the f irst lnucklfe IGhT minums WPJIS" CFCMA HoE~s of the inde--x fincer is calculatkedJ as HEIGHT2 plusPLDlI

434

al~

VARIABE IM. (D5O) -V=10VCIG Tr'DiBITP ruELni

THE SL MIRY STATISTICS

CF-BNr

=

67.64 0.13 2.33 0.09

'MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

62.50

MINTDIJM

76.70

WXY-lrM

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY!Y4E1=Y-VETA I KURIOSISVETA II NUMBy-

IHE SUIMMAY STATISTICS

INCHES

OF STUTECTIS

C

T-TERS MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

28.42 0.06 1.35 0.04

62.60

MINMV24

24.65

81.50

M.X1liM

32.09

26.63 0.05 0.92 0.04

72.18 0.16 3.43 0.11

2.46 30.20 3.4% 0.69 3.80

INCHES

CDEFF. OF =ARIATION 4.7%-0 SY=ETY----VETA I 0.13 KJRISVETA II 2.80

334

NUM•E

OF SUBJTECITS

PERCEq•ILS

PER=II

~E~fINCHES ThOE

N~TDET

487

S INCHES

63.13

IST

24.86

64.70

1ST

25.47

63.59 61.88

2ND 3RD

25.03 25.15

65.53 66.05

2ND 3RD

25.80 26.00

64.21 64.90

5TH IH-I

25.30 25.55

66.75 67.83

5Tnfh 10TH

26.28 26.71

65.34 65.69 66.01 66.30 66.58 66.85 67.11 67.39 67.67 67.96 68.27 68.61 68.99

15TH 20TfH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40IH 45TH 5UTH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70NH 75TH

25.72 25.86 25.99 26.10 26.21 26.32 26.42 26.53 26.64 26.76 26.88 27.01 27.16

68.59 69.19 69.73

15TH 20-H 25TH

27.00 27.24 27.45

70.23 70.69 71.14 71.59 72.03 72.48 72.95 73.43 73.95 74.51

30Tl.' 35TH 40THI 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70YH 75TH

27.65' 27.83 28.01 28.18 28.36 28.54 28.72 23.91

69.43

80M1-

27.33

75.15

80TH

29.59

69.97 70.68 71.83 72.64 73.27 74.31

85TH 90'IH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99TH

27.55 27.83 28.28 28.60 28.85 29.26

75.88 76.81 78.13 78.94 79.50 80.30

85TH 90TH 95THi 97TH 98TH 99TH

29.88 30.24 30.76 31.08 31.30 31.62

K,

j j j

29.11 29.34

..

435 :: ?

y,

.. *'

.

(1)51) B~FLCA

rjV7

_zlC:I, SmcrIxI.

Th e vertical distazncaý bet:esn, a sitting s-urfac-- and the tip of heright thuirb of a subject sitting ercct_ withi the ricght shoulder, arm, and hand held straigcht. ove3rhaad withI the th=uio lyi~ng 8n -the first kniuckle of the index f ingejar is calculated as follc,,s,: GVTE6MiED FU;GRI'P RTACi SIlINrG minus HAND FI"GII-GI plus ViI.ST_-UMT=IffP LENCT-H

436

VAMZTZI

M. (E61) -Vk-J'CML U112=•

TIM SU!2•RY STATISTICS clIMTR INCHES 129.92

MEAN

MM, SITTIr

rASTICS

THE SUDIANRY CE=4ETE

INCHES

51.15

136.98

MEAN

53.93

0.22

SE(E.FAN)

0.09

0.25

SE (M-EN)

0.10

4.01 0.16

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.58 0.06

5.42 0.17

Sr DEV SE(SD)

2.13 0.07

117.20 141.30

MINIMUM NMXI2UM

75.28 89.41

121.50 151.40

MINIMUM MAXLNIM

47.83 59.61

COEFTF. OF VARIATION SYMZTYVETA I IURIOSISVETA II NUMBER OF SUBJECIS

3.1% C. 15 3.10

COEFF. OF VARIATICN SYr,2RY--V-ETA I KUMWISVETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERC=iS CTIMEIES INCHES

4.0% 0.02 2.88 487

PERC=I.ES CaUDETERS INCEFS

120.63

1ST

47.49

124.36

1ST

48.96

121.81 122.53 123.47 124.88

2ND 3RD 5TH 10H

47.96 48.24 48.61 49.16

125.83 126.77 128.04 130.00

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH

49.54 49.91 50.41 51.18

125.81

15TH

49.53

131.33

151H

51.71

126.54 127.17 127.74 128.27 128.78 129.28 129.77 130,27

201I11 25TH 30=H 35Th 40TH 45711 50TH 55Th

49.82 50.07 50.29 50.50 50.70 50.90 51.09 51.29

132.38 133.30 134.11 134.87 135.58 136.28 136.97 137.66

20Th 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 507H 55TH

52.12 52.48 52.80 53.10 53.38 53.65 53.92 54.20

130.79

60TH

51.49

138.35

60TH

54.47

131.32 131.90 132.53 133.25 134.10 135.20 136.89 138.01

65TH 70TH 75TH 80UH 85TH 9&"M 95ni{ 97{H

51.70 51.93 52.18 52.46 52.80 53.23 53.89 54.33

139.08 139.84 140.67 141.61 142.69 144.06 146.11 147.45

65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 97Th

54.76 55.06 55.38 55.75 56.18 56.72 57.52 58.05

138.85

98TWH

54.66

148.44

9CTh

58.44

140.18

9 97l-1

55.19

150.01

99IH

59.06

437

A77:•

-7

7:

r

(D52)

VR=rAcAL Tr:RT5IT Hri

The vertical di-stan-e btena standling surface an~d the stylion lan&.ark on the right wris;t of a ssubject standingj erect with the shoulder, mam, andJ hand held straic.:h1t oehciis calculatcc as follecs: GVF7}IIekD ED,,GET:'IP REACH minus } I)T1D G11

4- 3?

1VRAMiBE Ml.([52) -V=iFC-AL

W'iST

EI=GH

SMALE

TESTAISTICS CETIM7ERS

IN=

C

THE SUMY STATISTICSIW 5 ITMaBIrs IN=ai

193.98 0.32 5.77 0.22

MFAN SE (IEA) SIU DEV SE(SD)

76.37 0.12 2.27 0.09

204.81 0.39 8.52 0.27

MEAN SE(MME) ST DEV SE (SD)

80.63 0.15 3.35 0.11

180.00 216.50

MIhITIM 1=XIMUM

41.57 50.94

182.60 229.00

MIN=12M MAXIMUM

71.89 90.16

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYYMERY----V1TA I iJR IS ---- VETA II N4UM-BER OF SU-BECTS

3.0% 0.55 3.56

COEFF. OF VARIATICON SYM1ETRY---VETA I I-dOSIS ---- VETA II

334

NUMBE

PERM4T~ILES CEfIMIERS INCIES

OF SUBJECTS

{

4.2% 0.08 2.77 487

PERCFIE1I1S MUITflE=E INCHES

182.73 183.73 184.40 185.36 186.94 188.08 189.02 189.87

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101H 15Th 20Th 25TH

71.94 72.33 72.60 72.93 73.60 74.05 74.42 74.75

185.49 187.78 189.19 191.09 193.98 195.94 197.51 198.88

1ST 2ND 3RD 51h 10Thl 15TH 20rYH 25T{

73.03 73.93 74.49 75.23 76.37 77.14 77.76 78.30

190.64

30TH

75.06

200.13

3(YIH

78.79

191.37 192.09

35711 40111

75.34 75.62

201.29 202.40

35TH 40TH

79.25 79.69

192.79

45TH

75.90

203.49

45TH

80.12

193.50 194.22 194.97 195.75 196.59 197.52 198.57 199.81 201.42 203.86 205.47 206.67 208.57

50I-1 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 75Th 80Th 85THl 9(YIH 95TH 97Th 98Th 99rh

76.18 76.47 76.76 77.07 77.40 77.76 78.18 78.67 79.30 80.26 80.89 81.37 02.11

204.59 205.69 206.81 207.98 209.23 210.58 212.11 213.87 216.10 219.32 221.33 222.75 224.84

50TH 55TH 60TH 651h 70Th 751Th 839TH 85TH 90Ti 95Th 97TH 98Th 991H

80.55 80.98 81.42 8 1.88 82.37 82.91 83.51 84.20 85.0,3 86.35 87.14 87.70 88.52

439

I'1

(153)

VT7IC-AL

'17S

T

1'

F!,Jfc-jrý,

UI:J

T~he vertical distance 1c''>na st-=r!irg sUrfl c-2 an-d the stylion larnd7mrk On the ricjht wrist of a Subjcct- st-an~dfrqj cn the tce and reaching strai'overhead as far as pes-slbie is calcillatec]. zs fo~llv,,;s: OVýERHEA FTIRCU{1T-~p REAMH, EYý=TE'NDED inuns HY:XTD LEZ'IIII-.

VARIABIE MO. (D53) -VLEfl'I L 1,31ST HU-UE~i,

THE SUM•ARY STATISTICS

E:,=-=

THE SU•,2,RY STATISTICS

CERT!IVEIES

INCHES

CETM9=

203.39 0.32

MEAN SE(MEAN)

80.07 0.13

214.72 0.40

MEAN SE(MEAN)

84.53 0.16

5.87 0.23

ST DEV SE(SD)

2.31 0.09

8.72 0.28

ST DEV SE(SD)

3.43 0.11

NNIII•Uý M MAXDUIM

75.28 89.41

191.00 240.30

MrDNaUMl ,=IAXI3M

75.20 94.61

191.20 227.10

INCHES

COEFF. OF VARIATION

2.9%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

4.1%

KURIOIS-

VETA II

3.47

KJXRIt•IS-

VETA II

2.75

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

N-ULTEER OF SUaJErCTs

487

SYYEITRY--VMT

PERfIC

1

0.57

SU= PY--VETA

1

0.07

PERTiMES

LES

192.00

1ST

75.59

195.25

1S

76.87

193.09 193.79

2ND 3RD

76.02 76.29

197.42 198.79

2ND 3RD

77.73 78.26

194.75 196.30 197.41 198.33 199.16 199.93 200.66 201.38 202.10 202.83 203.57 204.35 205.17 206.05 207.03

5TH 101i1 157H 20MH 25TH 3011 35TH 40111 45TH 50TH 55TH 60IH 65TH 707H 75Th

76.67 77.28 77.72 78.08 78.41 78.71 79.00 79.28 79.57 79.85 80.15 80.45 80.77 81.12 81.51

200.64 203.53 205.53 207.15 208.57 209.87 211.08 232.25 213.39 214.54 215.69 216.87 218.09 219.39 220.79

5TH 10TH 15TI 20111 25TH 30TH 35TH 407H 45TH 50Th 55TH 6077 65MH 70TH 75TH

78.99 80.13 80.92 81.55 82.11 82.62 83.10 83.56 84.01 84.46 84.92 85.33 85.86 86.37 86.93

208.15

80TH

81.95

222.36

80TH

87.54

209.47 211.18 213.74 215.40 216.60 218.45

85Th 90TM 95TH 97TH 98'7H 99TH

82.47 83.14 84.15 84.80 85.28 86.00

224.16 226.39 229.53 231.41 232.69 234.49

85Th 90MH 95TH 97TH 98rh{ 99TH

88.25 89.13 90.36 91.11 91.61 92.32

441

-.-

't~

C

i

The vertical diistanca het~ie&n a sittliro suarface- and the stylion larcir-,ark iscalculated aT, follc',;is: OV7-PERIADFIGE)I R:-:G{U, SITTIG =inus HAND

,2

vAPi[Az W. (D54) -VE•MrCAL

wsr

HEIanIG,

FE71ATES

IMIES

THE SUMMARY STATISTICS

THE SUMVAýRY STATISTICS CET E INCHES SIN

=HES 118.01

MEAN

SI=.G

46.46

0.21

SE(MF-AN)

124.54

0.08

0.23

SE (MEAN)

0.09

3.80 0.15

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.50 0.06

5.05 0.16

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.99 0.06

105.60 129.40

MINIMUM MAXIM4UM

41.57 50.94

110.20 138.60

-NTHIMUM lAVIUHZl

43.39 54.57

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYMMEIRY---VETA I I\Jr1SIS--VETA II NUMBE

OF SUBJECTS

3.2% 0.13 3.10

COEFF. OF VARIATION SY7MEmY---VETA I KURatIS-vETA II

334

NUMBE

PERCFIMLS

CGT4ET'ERS

MEAN

OF SURJECTS

49.03

4.1% 0.03 2.88 487

PE-TCEtT I LES CTIMETERS INCHES

INC-mS

109.30 110.40 111.07 111.95

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH

43.03 43.46 43.73 44.07

112.35 114.00 114.98 116.25

113.26

10TH

44.59

1ST 2N[D 3RD 5TH

44.23 44.88 45.27 45.77

114.13 114.81 115.41 115.94 116.44 116.92 117.39 117.86 118.33 118.82 119.33 119.87 120.47 121.15 121.95 122.99 124.54

15T[{ 20TH 25Th 30Th 35TH 40TH 45T1h 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80Th 85Th 90111 95TH

44.93 45.20 45.44 45.65 45.84 46.03 46.22 46.40 46.59 46.78 46.98 47.19 47.43 47.70 48.01 48.42 49.03

118.10

10Th

119.32 120.27 121.09 121.82 122.51 123.16 123.79 124.43 125.07 125.72 126.41 127.13 127.92 128.81 129.85 131.16 133.08

46.50

125.57

15Th 20TI 25TH 30T!H 35TH 40Th1 45TH 50T1H 55TH 60ITH 65Th 70TH 75TH 80flH1 85TH 90MH 95TH

46.98 47.35 47.67 47.96 48.23 48.49 48.74 48.99 49.24 49.50 49.77 50.05 50.36 50.71 51.12 51.64 52.39

97TH

49.44

134.29

97TH

52.87

126.32 127.51

98TH 99TH

49.73 50.20

135.14 136.40

98111 991H

53.20 53.70

1

443

11

(D55)

1A1Us'33Tn:

VFr.EC:"L (xuxTTxx~u

The vertical dhtei~ca ~' thec ce~rviceie la-nfmark at the base of the back of th%. ~c thc lev-el of the i,,aist att its-natural ir.,dntation is and calculate-d as follk-ý: CZT-JICALITE 1121CiTT mri-us VTIST 17,T= (NA7hT RAL RI-M-MYZTIC21).

'14

VAR~hLE M. (D55) -3VsT

BACK, VF=rc2L (1TrTL ITr-,TlCZ1

TIHE SUTL^AiARY ST7ATICST

THE SiFRZ!APY STAT=CSTS

36.58 0.12 2.13

lEAN SE (MEANL) Sr DEV

14.40 0.05 0.84

40.04 0.09 2.06

0.08

MEAJN SE(E) ST DEV

SE(SD)

15.76[ 0.04 0.81

0.03

0.07

SE-(SD)

0.03

11.85 17.24

34.00 45.90

DMTDlý130 MA'=fiLA

30.10 43.80

MINIMUIM lMAUfM

13.39 18.07

CIOEFT. OF VARD=ININ SYNMETY-VETA 1

5.8% 0.36

CIDEFF. OF VAP.INtACiN S'aT24FIRY-VEMh 1

5.2%6

1KJ~IOSS-VETA 11

3.34

1qJFCOSIS-VETA 11

2.86

NTUMBER OF SUBJECIS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJETFS

PER=1?TIES

0.05

487

PRT~ TNN~r~4E ICES

CalqE

N~a-lES

31.93 32.60 32.98 33.44

1ST 2N1D 3RD 5Thl

12.57 12.83 12.98 13.17

34.09 34.51 34.84

35.30 35.88 36.24 36.72

10TH 1 lH 20TH

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH

13.42 13.59 13.72

13.90 14.13 14.27 14.46

37.44 37.92 38.30

35.13

1011 15TH 2M11

25TH

14.74 14.93 15.08

13.83

35.39 35.64

301T1 35TH

38.63

13.93 14.03

25TH

15.21

38.93 39.21.

35.89

3(1111 35Th

4011

15.33 15.44

14.13

36.14 36.39 36.66

39.48

45THQ 5MT 55TH

407TH

14.23 14.33 14.43

15.54

39.73 39.99 40.25

36.93 37.22

60TH 651H

14.54 14.66

45TH 50111l 5 51H,

1.5.64 15.75 15.85

37.55 37.90 38.32 33,81

40.52 40.80

70Th 757H 80TH~ 85TH

60TH'l 65TH

14.78 14.92 15.09 15.28

15.95 16.06

39.46 40.43 41.05

41.09 41.41 41.77 42.19

90TH 95TH 97111

70'11I 75TH 8 =1 85T.1

15.53 15.92 16.16

16.18 16.30 16.45 16.61

42.73 43.52 44.02

9UlqTH 971H 971H

16.82 17.13 17.33

41.50

98TH1

16.34

44.38

98TH

17.47I

42.15

9 9rfh

16.60

44.94

99nTH

17.69

V

445

Vm'-vPr!.11

(D)56)

I-TXLST EY2`CK(, VEZ:PTCIML (c2C\CEJONC)

The vertical distarmce, hetwoexie th-e carvicale lan0,hvirk at the hase. of the back of thbe neck and the waist at the level of the navel (crmhalion) is, calculat-!2d as follows: =,,CLEH~GTrlus WIKST iE-IGHr LpMAT-ITCN~u).

446

i

VARTABLE M. (D56) --WMST BACK, VEFRTICA FEMAIS

(G~lTEI'5LTN) mX

THE SU~lMRY ST2ATISTICS

THE SUWMRY STATISTICS

44.06 0.11 2.05 0.08

MEAN SE (1I!AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

17.35 0.04 0.81 0.03

46.68 0.10 2.30 0.07

mEAN SE (ZMN) ST DEV SE (SD)

18.38 0.04 0.91 0.03

37.60 52.00

MENDI4U MXMVIXIp

14.80 20.47

38.80 53.10

MINDI4UMl MAXIMM

15.28 20.91

COEFF?. OF VARIATION SYLfAMY---VEY-P I KUJRIOSIS---VETA 11 NUM.BEY OF SUBJECTS

4.6% 0.23 3.69

CX)EFF1. OF VARITION S~lh1METRMY---- VEI'A 1 1KURICSIS---VLTA 11

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTTIES CEKPNMTES NCESCETIMETERS 39.49 40.00 40.33 40.79 41.51 41.99 42.38 42.70 4J.00 4.,.27 43~.52 4-).77 44.02 44.26 44.51 44.77 45.04 45.34 45.68 46.09 46.62

47.46 48.05 48.52 49.31

1ST 21D 3RD 5Th1 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30111 35Thl 40TYH 45TH 50'T11 55TH 60TH 6511-1 7MT 75TH 80TrH 85RI 9MT

15.55 15.75 15.88 16.06 16.34 16.53 16.68 1.5.81 16.93 17.03 17.14 17.23 17.33 17.43 17.52 17.63 17.73 17.85 17.99 18.14 18.35

97Th 98Th 99TH

18.92 19.10 19.41

95TH,

18.69

487

PERCEWLFINCHES 41.15 41.87 42.31 42.88 43.73 44.29 44.73 45.11 45.46 45.77 46.07 46.37 46.66 46.95 47.25 47.56 47.89 48.25 48.65 49.11 49.69

20TH 25111 301H 35TH 4crrd 45nl 501H 55TH 6MT 65TH 70TH 75"Th 80TH 85TH 90TlH

16.20 16.49 16.66 16.88 17.22 17.44 17.61 17.76 17.90 18.02 18.14 18.26 18.37 13.49 18.60 18.73 18.85 19.66 19.15 19.33 19.56

51.05 51.41 51.95

97Th 98Th 99Thl

20.10 20.24 20.45

50.53

447

4.9%, -0.02 2.99

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111

15TH

95TH

19.89I

(D57)

UmCS :P (AIPLLUTLTN

The differenrce bet.we-en tecIro-rne of the2 ,waist at the level of itsnatural imicntzition aril t&he to=rso circi:fe-rcmceý- at the level of the rmxmnum protrusion of tha rictht- Luttock is calculated as follow7s: EUJTOCEK

VAPVhFWE

M. (D-57) -VMISTL-fUf=Ii

ar-np

F•IZS

1AIU•

THE SmARY STATISTICS •-=TImo• IN=ZE 24.75

Ah~,fNfTC

THE SDrVARY STAT=ISICS CsNR4qmVm= INCHES

MFAkN

9.74

13.51

MEAN

5.32

0.27

SE(MEAN)

0.11

0.20

SE(MFAN)

0.08

4.96

SET DEV

1.95

4.32

0.19

ST DEV

SE (SD)

1.70

0.08

0.14

SE (SD)

0.05

11.60 37.50

MIN-IMUM IJqXfl.iU

4.57 14.76

-3.10 26.90

O3EFF. OF VARTI1N SY rRY--VnTA I KJUTOSIS-~-V•1A II NU=B~ OF SUBJECIES

CETI¶Eqq

20. 1 -0.13 2.88

MINIM.1 MAY)MIM

C°)EFF. OF VARiATION SY"SIERY=VEIA I KLTRTOSIS---VETA II

334

NUMBER OF SUaJECISS

PERC=ENTIS RIIS IN=

-1.22 10.59 32.0% -0.27 3.26 487

PERQCNIIS mTfIMFITES IN=iES

12.41 13.86 14.80 16.10 18.11 19.46 20.51 21.41 22.20 22.93 23.61 24.25 24.89 25.51 26.14 26.78 27.44 28.16 28.95

IST 4.89 2ND 5.46 3RD 5.83 5TH 6.34 10111 7.13 15TH 7.66 20Th 8.07 25TH 8.43 30TH 8.74 35111 9.03 40TH 9.29 45T 9.55 50111 9.80 55h 1i0.04 6=Th 10.29 65TH 10.54 70TH 10.80 75TH 11.08 80TH 11.40

2.37 4.08 5.07 6.31 8.06 9.16 10.01 10.73 11.37 11.96 12.52 13.07 13.61 14.15 14.70 15.27 15.87 16.51 17.23

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10'I1 15TH 20Th 25i1 30TI 35T'h 40Th 45TH 50TH 55TH 60Th 65TH 70M1 75TH 8011H

0.93 1.61 2.00 2.48 3.17 3.61 3.94 4.22 4.48 4.71 4.93 5.14 5.36 5.57 5.79 6.01 6.25 6.50 6.79

29.86 31.02

85TH 907H

11.76 12.21

18.05 19.06

85TH 9011

7.11 7.50

32.77 33.94 34.84 36.32

95Th 97TIH 98TH 99TH

12.90 13.36 13.72 14.30

20.44 21.22 21.72 22.35

95Th 97TH 98Th 99"1]

8.05 8.35 8.55 8.80

449

-Ian The diff~erence betwecen the circ-m-afrance of the waist at the level of thn navel (ozairn ed t~he torzo circ= ~erenca at the level of the r'axdrium protrusion of the right bu'Ltton is calculatc-i as follc7is: EPLTICK

CMCRUINIKERENCE-

minus

WAITiCST~iiL~C)

*~50

VARIABLE mO (ma~)

-

iSjT,-a~Jlm

THE SUYVARY STATISTICS cIMEf INmacS

ELOP (C'IHRalO)

IhE SUTRY STATISTICS IN=S

17.25 0.33 6.06 0.23

MEAN SE(11FAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.79 0.13 2.38 0.09

10.31 0.20 4.51 0.14

MEAN SE(MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.40

MINITTM

0.16

-4.40

MINIUM0

34.00

bM=U?4

13.39

21.40

MAXIMUM

4.06 0.03 1.78 0.06

-1.73 8.43

OEDF. OF VAPIATION

35.1%

COEFF. OF VARIATION

43.8% 0

SYMEI=RY---VETA I KURd'OSIS--VELrA 11

-0.28 3.10

SYMMETRYVETA I IKJRTGIS---VETA 11

-0.07 2.70

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

PERCENTILES

487

U

PRCENTILES

1.30 3.07 4.31 6.11 8.95 10.85 12.31 13.52 14.56 15.48

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10IH 15Th 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH

0.51 1.21 1.70 2.40 3.52 4.27 4.85 5.32 5.73 6.09

16.32 17.09 17.83 18.53 19.21 19.89 20.57 21.29 22.08 23.00

-0.44 0.98 1.82 2.89 4.49 5.55 6.39 7.13 7.81 8.44

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 301H 35•iU

4M 45TH 5/IT 55Th 607H 65TH 70TH 75Th 8m/-1 85Th

6.42 6.73 7.02 7.29 7.56 7.83 8.10 8.38 8.69 9.05

-0.17 0.39 0.71 1.14 1.77 2.18 2.52 2.81 3.07 3.32

9.05 9.64 10.24 10.85 11.47 12.11 12.79 13.52 14.34 15.26

24.19

40TH 45TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH

90T.1

3.56 3.80 4.03 4.27 4.51 4.77 5.04 5.32 5.64 6.01

9.52

26.18 27.73

16.37

95TH 97TH

90TH

10.31 10.92

6.44

17.83 18.61

29.05 31.54

957H 97TH

98TH 991H

11.44 12.42

7.02 7.33

19.07 19.54

98Th, 9I9TH

7.51 7.69

451

IleI

-I

(D59)

l-h-[;T(ftRLDLT7_22IC-)

The vertical waist or

at the

Or%;LR

circurnference its

richt

rnaturzd hustpoint,

of

the

inclentation on wowen,

ulsoer torso passing over the

,-,

SUf

bctwczn the

front

over therftnileo

shcullder ar,ý,

of

the rn

dc~m

the

bn-:ck -to

m~tural ind~entation is calculated as the waist at the level of its ML,(JII (N7AfuML follow:s: VKRTTCXýL TRUM'K CTIRaX:TLECE (USA) imirms CP-TC.

TNDD~rTT452

VARIAML

M~. (r69) -72T-

JT(IMUPRAL

n1ET=M i

U'c~)(vM SIM=L

80.28 0.25 4.57 0.18

?YEA SE(I4EAN) SET 13EV SE (SD)

31.60 0.10 1.80 0.07

88.40 0.19 4.19 0.13

MAIEN SE (ME AN) ST 13EV SE(SD)

34.80 0.07 1.65 0.05

68.90 97.30

MDTNI1"U MAXD7,UN

27.13 38.31

73.50 102.40

I~1f4JM IMIMIM

28.94 40.31

CDEFF. OF VARIATICU1 SMETRY-VETA 1 IIJRTOSIS-VETA 11 NtJIBM OF S=BECT'S

69.40 71.04 71.98 73.15 74.78 75.80 76.58 77.25 77.86 78.42 78.95 79.48 80.02 80.56 81.12 81.72 82.37 83.08 83.91 84.90 86.20 88.20 a9-.714 90.53 92.8

5. 7%o 0.35 3.65

CEFF. OF VARIATION SYI'20M~Y-VETA I IKMRCGIS-VETA 11

334

NUMBE

IST 27.32 2NTD 27.97 3RD 28.34 5TH 28.80 IU/IH 29.44 15Th 29.84 20rIH 30.15 25TH 30.41 23U1I 30.65 3 5Thr 30.87 40TH 31.08 45Th1 31.29 50~TH 31.5I-0 55T-H 31.72 GUMH 3.9 4 65Ifl32.17 7GTH. 32.43 75ThJ 32.71 8UYTH 33.04 857H 33.43 90111 33.94 951!34.73 97ITh- 35.25 98Mh 35. 64 9 9THd 36.25

OF SUBJEC¶TS

78.22 79.61 80.46 81.57 83.20 84.24 85.04 85.72 86.32 86.86 87. 38 87.87 88.36 88.85 89.35 89. 86 90. 41 9 1. 02 91.71 92. 53 93.62 95.35 96.56 97.51 99.11 453

4.7% 0.04 3.42 487

1ST 30.80 2ND 31.34 3RD 31.68 5TH 32.12 1UM~ 32.75 15TH 33.17 2Ufl33.48 25TH 33.75 3MIH 33.98 35TH 34.20 4M11 34.40 450A 34.60 50rfl! 34.79 5 5Th1 34.98 60111 35.1-8 65TH1 35.38 7 LT311! 35.60 75'.171 35.83 8C/iTI 36.11 85111 36.43 9rrLTH 36.86 951137.54 97TH 38.02 98'.1H 38.39 991 39.02

t

(DGO)

WUML-ý ýAlf T (C.I, 11=C-1) GUZiYE- -.CUU-:IR

The vcrtical cimnn-ferrcne of the urrca torco, ]ct-7en the front of the mas,- t t~ue- nael (c-,-phalicn) per.sýini up uever tericht nipple on mecn or

the riroht utre on wevmzn, ove:r tL,,. Ehculc'Or a id dcmn the ba~ck to tl~e waist at"- the level of the ravel is c~1ua~.as follows: VE-RTIC.-L I-LU11lK CILa'ý~RiiN:a (USA) mnfus CTI-OJK1LEJH C4PAlC)

F ND. (D60) --VIST2A-,IST (a-LIC')LOVEXHR SH.iI

VAR-LA

TESLUhI=AR GENTIMEIER~S

STATISTICS,

niE SUYPIRY STATISTICS

Rza-ms

CENTIMETERS

iTE

95.12

MEAN

37.45

101.26

MEAN

39.86

0.26

SE (NFAN)

0.10

0.22

SE(NEAN)

0.08

4.68 0.18

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.84 0.07

4.75 0.15

ST DEV SE(SD)

1.87 0.06

82.80 110.00

MINTNýTUM, MAXI)LE4

26.00 433.14

•82.10 114.70

MINITMU IM NDQXl 1

32.32 45.16

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNlNEI•Y--VETA I KURIOSISVETA 11

4.9% 0.27 3.27

NUNEER OF SUBJECTS

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYYNIFTRY---VEIA I KnTJISISVETA II

334

NUMIER OF SUBJECTS

PERC.TI• CET4E'rERS IN'C1ES 84.83 85.91 86.64 87.66 89.29 90.39 91.27 92.02 92.70 93.31 93.90 94.46 95.02 95.58 96.14 96.73 97.36 98.04 98.83 99.77 .101.02 103.06 104.53 105.72 107.79

1ST 211D 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20Th 25TH 30111 35Th 40TH 45TH 50I{ 55Th 60TH 657h 7011H 75ThT 80'n! 851H 90TH 95711 97T-1 98TH 99Th{

487

PERIIMrILES ClfiMDTESC INCHF.S'

33.40 33.82 34.11 34.51 35.15 35.59 35.93 3,.23 36.49 36.74 36.97 37.19 37.41 37.63 37.85 38.03 38.33 38.60 38.91 39.28 39.77 40.57 41.16 41.62 42.44

90.78 92.01 92.76 93.76 95.29 96.34 97.18 97.93 98.61 99.25 99.88 100.49 101.10 101.73 102.36 103.03 103.74 104.52 105.38 106.38 1,07.61 109.35 110.37 111.05 111.96

455

.,-~...--

4.7% 0.00 3.23

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15Th 201H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40'rTH 45TH 50111 557H 60Th 65 h 70T1 75TH 89111 85Tl1 90TH 951 1i 97111 98'hI 99T1

35.74 36.23 36.52 36.92 37.52 37.93 38.26 38.56 38.82 39.08 39.32 39.56 39.80 40.05 40.30 40.56 40.84 4 1. 15 41.49 41.88 42.37 43.05 43.45 43.72 ,44.08

7

1

S/

F OW=.~h

VI

ThE HEADBOARD MEASUPRFTIS The head and face. are perhaps the most difficult body parts to be adequately described by traditional linear measureirent techniques because of the great variability of head and facial dimnnsions, their associated poor correlations, and the difficulty of maintaining the subject's head in

the required position.

A special automated headboard device (ARTD) for

measuring three-dimensional coordinates of landmark locations on the head and face was developed for use in the 1988 Anthruporetric SurveyI0. device was programd to locate 26 head a•d face lanzImarkcs in three dimensional space. The points were selected on the basis of their usefulness in the design and construction of helmets, respirators, goggles, and other personal protective equipment.

The

Sixteen he2ad z.d face dimensions were reasured by traditional reans and are reported in Chapter Ifs. These are supplemented by the data obtained from the AHD, in Thich points were loccated in three-dirensional space by the siciultanecus determination of distancs along the Z-axis (heignt), the X-axis (depth), and the Y-axis (breadth). For ease of reporting, and to facilitate comparison with previously reported headboard data, these data are given for each axis separately, using the same standard statistics as are used in reporting the standard and derived dimensions. A visual index for the 48 head and face dirensions appears on the following pages. rata pages uhich include measurement descriptions, sumary statistics, and percentile tables follow.

45I7 457

~. .

..

.~. .

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

VISUAL INDEX

-

]HEAD MlEASURIEMENTS

jH MAEAKVPHA

P1i-j-PAKO ED (I

'-

1')

GM____

F_

,AL

N

PM\V'. WYCMAV

__

f)'" %!AX i - ;AC,-j

WD

OS

2

4

Q.,

BEA'

pF-

P D

.

VISUAL INDEX

-

H46

HEAD MEASUREMENTS (Continued)

H3

ýV

H30

7 FpF

r

H13H17

Q2

~15

a;4~

(H2) ALARE-TOP OFTIEAD

(H29) MNENTON-SUBNASALE LENGTH

(H49) CITEEILION-TOP OF I-LEAD

(H30) UiENTON-TOP OF HEAD

(H i]) C HIrN -TOP OF HEAD

(H33) NOSE PROTRUSION

(H413) CRLN-ION-TOP OF IHEAD,

(H35) PRONASA-LE-TOP OF HEAD

(H15S) ECTOOREITALE-TOP OF H-E2AD

(H37) SELLION-TOP OF HEAD

(H17) FROýNTIOT-tMPORALE TOP OF HEAD

(H-39) STOMTON-TOP OF HiEEAD

(H119) GLABELLA-TOP OF HEA,-D

(-14 1) SUENASALE-SELLION LENGTH

(H-21Q GONFION-TOP OF HEA,\-D

(H42) SUJBNASALE-TOP OF HEAD

(H23/ lN-FRAOR 3 ITALE-TOP OF HEAD

(14144) TRA-GION-TOP OF HEAD

(H2_7) \,zNLETON-CRlNYDN LENGTH

(1446) ZYGION-TOP OF HEAD

(H-28) MENTONT-SELLION LENGTH

(1143) ZYGOFPONTALE-TOP OF HEAD

459

H27

HEADoAPJ (H11)

DESlzETCscRiTPTTcT

NUI) PiLur sLuRY smimTsTI

ALZýE-BACK CF ITEThD

The horizcntal distance-- be-t-wren t~h: lara- lancf-.ark on the side of each nostril andl the vertical plan~e tzar7jet to th'-e ba--ck of the head is Yrnasured. The values of the right an-d left dimans-ions are averacje•.

OF IIEMD

MJ (111) -?K-I

VA)RIAfL

THE SUZOIRY SMISTICSf

THE StJMRY S2TATSTICS 19.04 0.04 0.71 0.03

ANEM SE(,EAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.50 0.02 0.28 0.01

19.91 0.03 0.68 0.02

MEAN SE (2,?AN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.84 0.01 0.27 0.01

16.21 20.77

MTIMRLM MAXI•IMN

6.38 8.18

17.79 21.67

1N='13,14 M=AXIIIJ

7.00 8.53

OF VARIPATION SMEIRY--VER A I KJOSIS-VVEIA II IUM=E

OF SUP.=

334

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15Th 20Th 25Th 30MH 35TH 4011H 45TH 50Th 55TH 60TH 65TH 7=iH 751H 80T'Ih 85TH 90TH 95Th 97TH 98TH 99MH

COEFF. OF VARIATION SlnEfiY-VETA I IMJiT7SVEIA II NUMBE

INCHiES

CZ~NrIT% 17.21 17.52 17.69 17.90 18.19 18.37 18.50 18.61 18.71 18.80 18.88 18.96 19.05 19.13 19.22 19.31 19.40 19.51 19.63 19.76 19.94 20.20 20.35 20.46 20.62

3.7% SCOEFF. -0.32 3.81

OF SUBJECIS

=4M

6.78 6.90 6.97 7.05 7.16 7.23 7.28 7.33 7.36 7.40 7.43 7.47 7.50 7.53 7.57 7.60 7.64 7.68 7.73 7.78 7.85 7.95 8.01 8.06 8.12

18.22 18.48 18.62 18.81 19.07 19.23 19.36 19.47 19.56 19.65 19.74 19.82 19.90 19.99 20.08 20.17 20.26 20.37 20.49 20.63 20.81 21.07

21.23 21.35 21.52 461

3.4% -0.01 3.06 474

INCHES IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 107H 157H 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 4 011 45TH 50MH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90oTH 95T1 97TH 98TH 99TH

7.17 7.27 7.33 7.40 7.51 7.57 7.62 7.66 7.70 7.74 7.77 7.80 7.84 7.87 7.90 7.94 7.98 8.021 8.07 8.12 8.19 8.30 8.36 8.40 8.47

f

(IM1)

AL CPF,--MP C7- FT)ý.D

Mhe vertical distan~ce be~znthe al-arc lachrk the side of the nostril and the ho-rizcntDnl plane rcjn to theto of the head is re-a-suredl. Tlhe vai~of the righit arc! le-Lthdarcn are averag;:d.

4ý6i2

VARTABIE VO. (H2) -PJMARE-TGP OF BEA~D

MEI

SUMPRY STATISICS

CB2DITMEI~

I~IES

THE SUMARY STATISTICS

nIN=

cENTIMETRS =INCHES

14.84 0.04 0.69 0.03

MEA SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

5.84 0.02 0.27 0.01

15.54 0.03 0.65 0.02

MEAN SE(MEE-A) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.12 0.01 0.26 0.01

12.56 16.75

M=7,TIlN MAXMI)2M

4.94 6.59

13.76 17.95

MINM MAMXIl-2

5.42 7.07

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYNMA-TRY-VETA I KYRTOSIS-VETIA II hlTNuB• OFr-SBJEECIS

4.7% 0.07 3.33

ODEFF. OF VARDACIC0N SY2lETRY-VETA I TIS-V=TA II

334

NUMBER OF SUBJECTS

P&%IC=ENYIS

PEc CEYDIMTERS

ITNCHES 13.12 13.39 13.54 13.73 14.00 14.16 14.28 14.39 14.48 14.57 14.65 14.73 14.81 14.90 14.98 15.07 15.17 15.28 15.40 15.55 15.74 16.02 16.20 16.34 16.53

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 207H 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65TH 7MTH 75Tih 80TH 85TH 90TH 95TH 9,T 98TH 99TH{

5.16 5.27 5.33 5.41 5.51 5.57 5.62 5.66 5.70 5.74 5.77 5.80 5.83 5.87 5.90 5.94 5.97 6.02 6.06 6.12 6.20 6.31 6.38 6.43 6.51

14.16 14.27 14.35 14.48 14.69 14.85 14.98 15.09 15.19 15.28 15.37 15.46 15.54 15.62 15.71 15.79 15.88 15.98 16.09 16.22 16.38 16.63 16.80 16.93 17.16

[

4.2% 0.17 3.03 474

Ll-" INCHES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 101T1 151H 20TH 25TH 3OTH 35Th 4011 45TH 5011H 55Th 60TH 6511-I 70TH 75TH 8su{ 85TH90TH 95TH 97TH 98TIh 99TH

5.58 5.62 5.65 5.70 5.78 5.85 5.90 5.94 5.98 6.02 6.05 6.09 6.12 6.15 6.18 6.22 6.25 6.29 6.34 6.39 6.45 6.55 6.61 6.67 6.76

L

463 S~i

The strai';,ht-lirm dis;-mi1--ic m- the ric); the corners of the~ jaw is mazsurcrJ.

4 6~4

r

le'

goniorn knlarilmr

on

VARTAT?.

rim SUNF

(M) -BIGUMM

STATISTICS

CaTff"IETE RS

1ldflMI

TM SUM1MARY STATISTICS

INGa-EMS

INCý-ES

10.81 0.04 0.69 0.03

MEAN SB(ME M) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.26 0.02 0.27 0.01

12.04 0.04 0.78 0.03

MEAN SF(ITEM-) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.74 0.01 0.31 0.01

8.74 14.42

MNIMM AXIMl2

3.44 5.68

9.80 14.50

MIMf M NMAMai

3.86 5.71

COaF. OF VARIATION SZ2MMRY--VEA I 1qJR•cSISVETA Ii NU=R OF SUBJTSS

PERZII ITEMURS

6.4%

COEFF. OF VAPIATION

0.32 4.79

SYI0ETRY=KJRIUSIS-

334

NUMBE

VETA I VETA 1I

OF SUBJECTS

PERC

IN=

6.5% 0.20 2.96 474

IES

CENTI

INCEM

9.16 9.39 9.52 9.70 9.96 10.13 10.26 10.37 10.47 10.56

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH. 15TH 20Th 25Mh 30'IH 35TH

3.61 3.69 3.75 3.82 3.92 3.99 4.04 4.08 4.12 4.16

10.64 10.72 10.80 10.89 310.97 11.05

40TH 45TH 507H 55Th 60TH 65TH

10.30 10.51 10.64 10.81 11.07 11.24 11.38 11.51 11.61 11.72

4.19 4.22 4.25 4.29 4.32 4.35

IST 2ND 3RD 1I1H 10Th 15TH 2UYT 25TH 30TH 35TH

4.C6 4.14 4.19 4.26 4.36 4.43 4.48 4.53 4.57 4.61

11.82 11.91 12.01 12.10 12.20 12.31

40TH 455TH 501H 55TH 65 65TH

12.42 12.55 12.69 12.85 13.07 13.40 13.62

4.65 4.69 4.73 4.77 4.81 4.85

70UH 75Th 80TH 85TH 9cfIH 95TH 97TH

4.89 4.94 4.99 5.06 5.15 5.28 5.36

98TH 99TH

5.43 5.53

11.14 11.24 11.35 11.48 11.65 11.91 12.08

70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90TH 95Th 97Thl

12.21 12.42

4.39 4.43 4.47 4.52 4.59 4.69 4.76

98TH 99Th-

4.81 4.89

13.79 14.06

465

V

I

richc and left lfr~ , ý2 bu--mn-e straight--li1 ianrhvirks on th2 b-)tc.-i cifc'e of t~hca bcny e~e sc-cki'c~l-Z measursd.

irnfr~aorbitsa.Th c~ t.1e eycs is

Li i

& WARLAME~~ "EE In.

(l-)-=P-RI MAIES3

THE SUN2MRY STEiSTIC'S

THE SIU9IýRY S•MTMIS.

6.59 0.03 0.47 0.02

IMEN SE (IEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

2.59 0.01 0.19 0.01

6.84 0.02 0.42 0.01

MEAN SE (I'AN) ST DEV SE(SD)

2.69 0.01 0.17 0.01

5.13 7.82

MITNDUM ý=-AILTM

2.02 3.08

5.81 8.08

MINILIM,'M =ILIN

2.29 3.18

COEFT. OF VARITMTON SYY2TIE=Y--VEA I KURSIS--VEIA II NUMP,- OF SUBJECIS

COFF OF VAR=A'ON SY2fEIRY--VDTA I tT3•UtSIS-VEmh II

7.1% 0.02 2.92 334

NUMSZER OF S-UBJTS

PERTTILRS CE 1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH I0IT

6.11 6.19 6.27 6.33 6.39 6.45

474

PERC=IESU CEN-TT,. DII1S,

INCHES 5.44 5.61 5.71 5.84 6.01

6.1% 0.30 3.04

2.1.4 2.21 2.25 2.30 2.36

5.87 6.01 6.10 6.19 6.33

15T 2ND 3RD 5.'Th 1lah

2.31 2.37 2.40 2.44 2.49

15TH

2. 41

6.42

157H

2.53

20URI 25TH 30TH 351Y 40Th

2.44 2.47 2.49 2.52 2.54

6.49 6.55 6.60 6.65 6.70

20i 25TH 30UM35Thi 40TH

2.55 2.58 2.60 2.62 2.64

6.51

45TH

2.56

6.75

45TH

2.66

6.57 6.63 6.69

50TH 551,,If 601T1

2.59 2.61 2.64

6.80 6.36 6.91

50T11 55TH 691'{

2.68 2.70 2.72

6.76

65TH

2.66

6.97

65111

2.74

6.83 6.91 6.99 7.10 7.22 7.40 7.50 7.57 7.65

70Th 75TH 80TH 857A 90GTH 9572 97ThI 98,1H 99T-H

2.69 2.72 2.75 2.79 2.84 2.91 2.95 2.98 3.01

7.04 7.11 7.19 7.29 7.41 7.60 7.71 7.80 7.91

7cfIH 75TH 80Th 85TH 90TS.1 957H 97TH 98TH 99,h

2.77 2.80 2.83 2.87 2.92 2.99 3.04 8.07 3.11

467

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

I I I

(1-:5 El,'-c:\w31jCa:I ]--I~aJT.m landarksjust bddirxi e-ach bcvny eye Sockzk: corer o ta yes is r&~n

4

at- t--

lcr-;e

of the vlc~ulr

j

WTIL

EDO (MS) -ECCCUT21

c TIME sty''rgpy ni•.rcs SETIJM'!ARY SS271c3

I

ii.P7 0.03 0.51 0.02

IHAN SE (IMAN) ST DEV SE(SD)

10.43 13.37

HINS4UIM 4.11 1 XVDU1MJ 5.26

.OF

VTCATION S~:]Ry--VE-I: 1

KTR1DSIS---VE= NULtBIR OF SU

2.93

IS

334

nicrnsINCHES

c ro •,r•s SaTSTIScs • ThE SM121ARY 12.16 0.02 0. 49 0.02

EAN SE GEA-N) ST LEV SE(SD)

4.79 0.01 0.19 0.01

11.01 MIMIEfM 13.63 N2=74

4.33 5.37

CO-. OF VARiA.TI N S.L IZrnY-ýC n- 1 MJRTCSISVIM II NUMBM OF SUBJECTS

T1. s

4.0%

0.20 2.75 474

INC1•2•

10.60 10.78

1ST 2WD

4.18 4.25

11.12 11.22

1ST 22D

10.89 11.02 11.22 11.34 11.44 11.52 ii,60 11.67 11.73 11.80 11.86 11.93 Ii.99 ,1206 2.516! 12.14

4.38 4.42

3RD 5T11 10Th 157H 20TH 25M,1 30TlH 35TH 40111 45ThI 5GyT2 55Th 6Yh1I

4.29 4.34 4.42 4.47 4.50 4.54 4.57 4.59 4.62 4.65 4.67 4.70 4.72 4.75

11.28 11.38 11.53 11.64 11.73 11.81 11.88 11.95 12.02 12.08 12.14 12.21 12.28 12.35

4.78 4c"/l-l

3RD 5Th 10111 i5TH 20T9-1 25T' 1 3(7H 351h 43111 45Th 5071{ 5571 601-M 65h'l

4.44 4.48 4.54 4.58 4.62 4.65 4.68 4.70 4.73 4.76 4.73 4.81 4.83 4.86

12.42

70THl{

4.89

12.22 12.31

7T',1 E01

4.81 4.85

12.41

12.50 12.59

851.1f

7311, 80'M

4.-39

12.69

851Th1

4.92 4.96 5. 00 5.05 5.12 5.16 5.19 5.2,"

12.54

12.73 12.84 3.2.91 13.01.

.146

4.3% -0.02

II

I?.ECErII2-'

A

4.67 0.01 0.20 0.01

=Tw2.UTh, 1~I

I4

9CM11 5h 970i71 5r3117 T9971

4.94 5.03 5.05 5.02 5.12

12.82 13. 00 13.12 13.19 13.31

90ml! 93 11 9721I 93'111 9YATH

The straicjtlr it:i>b-the cartilagh-.c's fla7sci

the

front of ecac

rIcght and left. trion earhole is mrcsural.

larcav',arRks on

VAM

24~II 1,10. (F.6) -B-T-'ýrLCNT

THE SUMMAY STATISTICS

'IIRE SUIJSRY S.T-.STIS CEThSI'ES D;=i

INMES

=DIn~E=~

URLNUII

4

13.65

MAN

5.38

14.43

3

0.03 0.51 0.02

SE(EAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.01 0.20 0.01

0.03 0.58 0.02

SE (MEAN) ST1 DEV SE (SD)

0.01 0.23 0.01

12.19

MTNTUM NAXIMUM

4.80

12.60

16.24

I-MMUM l-'ýWMM

4.96

6.17

I

15.68 MXEFFT.

t:

'

OF VARIATION I

SSYa-TRY-1VETA

IS--VE-k 11

5.68

6.39

3.8% 0.12

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYTIVETRYVEMA I

4,0% 0.13

334

NUNE3ER OF SU?5JECS,

474

3.45

NTUNMER OF SUMPE='S

P= CJ=2'ETJERS

I'IEAN

IqRCIS--VETA 11

-EPITs

PERMF CE~amsI14Tf ,ýEt ,

3.12

SITZ iHS

12.54 12.63 12.69 12.80 12.99 13.12 13.23 13.32

iST 2ND 3RD 5T. ITim 15Th 20TH 25711

4.94 4.97 5.00 5.04 5.11 5.16 5.21 5.24

13.14 13.30 13.40 13.53 13.72 13.85 13.95 14.04

IST 2ND 3RD 5Th 1071T1 153" 20M" 25TH

5.17 5.24 5.27 5.32 5.40 5.45 5.49 5.53

13.40 13.54 13.60 13.66 13.73 13.79 13.85 13.91 13.98

30M, 35Th 4CIn{ 45T:7 50C-I 5571H 60111 65Th 7011? 75'111

5.27 5.30 5.33 5.35 5.38 5.40 5.43 5.45 5.48 5.51

14.12 14.20 14.27 14.34 14.41 14.48 14.56 14.63 14.72 14.81

3O{1 35'01 40M, 45TH 5(71-i 55711 6011{ 6.53Ti 7ail1 75Th

5.56 5.59 5.62 5.65 5.67 5.70 5.73 5.76 5.79 5.83

14.06 14.15 14.27 14.46

80"! 85Th 9 ,,OVH 9,5{11

5.54 5.57 5.62 5.69

14.91 15.03 15.19 15.42

80Th1 85T11h 9(7111i 95h'll .

5.87 5.92 5.98 6.07

14.60

9711M

5.75

15.57

971f{

6.13

14.71. 14,92

931,1 97111

5.79 5.3.A

15.69 15.86

9 ,71 97111

6.1:3 6.24

"13.47

471

tbezy~z

j

~th

Thc~

~rnic~-1ir3 ~1 .5V2tL't::n

icalc:~

or

I ri~c .t an-1, 1:Žt~z-ycjicn 3rinsoil 'c:r Chc.:V- z. t n-urd

cr

________

'I7

__________________

7

M-1=?12 170. C1177)

-11-~cM`AMC T'z17v7x

THE SE3,:2Ry SuAT'ISCS IT4ETERs DZUI41S 13.55 0.03

BE-A-T SE

5.33

14.28

0.01

0.03

0.56 0.02

ST MEV SE(SD)

0.22 0.01

11. 97 15.43

•[L32,4

4.71 6.07

M=AMm?

iOEFF. OF WMIATOCN S)2Yy -VZ-LA I SJF=ISVl 11

S'LIm-y srY SLrTiCSics f'E ~ ~ nc

4.1% -3E 0.26 3.11

ENM14B OF SUBJE=3

M SE(

5.62 12)0O. 0l

0.58 0.02

ST DIV SEo(D)

0.23 0.0o

12.34 16,06

M1IT.ClH

4.86 6.32

KA-,=-T

=7F. OF VARITICN S1Y--VETA 1 M•S IS--VEIA II

334

Nt28Fm OF SUBJECTS

4.1% 0.14 3.22 474

1Nii

I

12.28 12.45 12.55 12.68 12.87 12.99 13.09 13.18 13.25 13.32 13.39

IET 2flD 3RD 51If 1IIH 157h 2011 25-•1 301.1 35TH 40TH

13.45

45Th.

13,52

S14.53

4.84 4.90 4.94 4.99 5.07 5.12 5.15 5.19 5.22 5.24 5.27

13.03 13.17 13.26 13.38 13.56 13.69 13.79 13.88 13.97 14.04 14.11

lET 2fND 3RD 5TH 10Th 15111 20MH 255THf 30!R1 35f{ 40TH

5.30

14.19

457TH

50111

5.32

14.26

5.13 5.19 5.22 5.27 5.34 5.39 5.43 5.47 5.50 5.53 5,56

5.59

50111

5.61

5.64

13.59

55T-h

5.35

13.66

14.33

6C-11

55T0H

5.38

14.40

13.73 13.81

6(f111

6511 7T111

5.67

5.41 5.44

13.90 14.01

75111 8WTH

14.48 14.57

5.47 5.51

65171 701.11

5.70 5.73

14.66 14.76

75TH

5.77 5.81

14.13 14.28

'14.70

S14.82 15.02

8571{ 9 CTT 95TH 97q7-1 93871 991,11

5.56 5. 62 5.'72 5.79 5.84 5.91

14.89 15.'04 15.28 15.43 15.55 15.73 473

8OA.1 851411 99111 957i-H 9 Til 1 95Ir{ 99TH

5.86 5.92 6.02 6,• 08 G. 12 6.19

*c

I

The horizcn-ýi1t di-stanc, KC, the cheilkicn~rzr at, tha corr:r of the clcosed rcuth E~r~I t're v:1riicail plan t:~rg-.nt to thle bc:of the had is valucs; of -the, ric~ht zufllef diarzrzicns are averc,-,::d. -llhza



F•,-WD-2H

jTHE

Ol

.X

ALrESL,-~r1

Ms

THE SUMAARY SMTISTICS

17.65 0.04 0.78 0.03

I'IEAMN SE (IFAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

6.95 0.02 0.31 0.01

18.30 0.03 0.74 0.02

MEAN SE (-AN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.21 0.01 0.29 0.01

14.79 19.79

fI"-, MA.=4UA

5.82 7.79

16,21 20.71

T[jilTN 31 lZ 2.EVUM

6.38 8.15

NL,2BE=

]

flTIl (I

SUMIARY STTTISTTI03

SCEFF,. OF VARIATICN SM2, =RYVEL I F=JISVETA II

I

D

OF SUBJE =S

4.4% -0.01 3.31

mEFV. OF VAR TCN SYfThY--VEZA I I IS--VETA II

334

NITBIU

OF SJBTCTS

PERCITI" LS C'fflM~ERS IlC2-S

4.1% 0.13 3.23 474

PEENTLES

INCHES IN=L"flEPS

35.72 16.04 16.21 16.43 16.72 16.89 17.03 17.14 17.25 17.34

lST 21TD 3RD 5TH 1Ulh 15TH 20TH 25TH 30IH 35TH

6.19 6.3). 6.38 6,47 6.58 6.65 6.70 6.75 6.79 6.83

16.55 16.78 16.92 17.10 17.37 17.55 17.69 17.81 17.91 18.01

1ST 2ND 3PD 5TH 10TI-I 15TH 20TH 25Th 30Th 35TH

6.52 6.61 6.66 6.73 6.84 6.91 6.96 7.01 7.05 7.09

17.44 17.53 17.52 17.71 17.81 17.92 18.03 18.15 18.30 18.46 A1.68 18.99

40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 6 Th 70TH 757H 80TMIT 85'T 90TH 95Tihi

6.86 6.90 6.94 6.97 7.01 7.05 7.10 7.15 7.20 7.27 7.35 7.48

18.11 18.20 18.29 18.38 18.47 18.57 18.67 18.79 18.91 19.06 19.26 19.56

407-h 45TH 50.TH 557H 60TH 65Th7 70TH 75TH 80ITH 85Th 90ThI 95Th"1

7.13 7.16 7.20 7.24 7.27 7.31 7.35 7.40 7.45 7.51 7.58 7.70

19.19 19.32 19.51

97ThA 98TH 99Th11

7.56 7.61 7.68

19.76 19.91 20.15

97T 95STH 99TH

'7.78 7.84 7.93

475

The vertical distax02 Lzt-ý:-cn thle ch:ilicn larift-arkc at theý mrnnar of tjhe clcc--zd xrmth and,~the. he~iz:cnt-J plann t .r~cmt to the tcp of tche- he;>]-. is rz~asured. Tlhe- values of theo ric-rt and 1--f. d erzsicrns are- avcra'3il.

A-/

476

7:`~ ...

O3eF.

17.84 0.04 0.74 0.03

F.' SE (7,Mv) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.03 0.02 0.29 0.01

18.72 0.03 0.63 0.02

SE E.) s DrEV SE(SD)

7.37 0.01 0.27 0.01

15.66

M DNriTTh

6.17

16.64

Lý!Ujji

6.55

20.01

lW•q1JH4

7.88

20.79

OF VARIATIcN

SYH'•.TI•y-v•-A .WIcSVMA III NUNBAPM OF SUBJECTS

. *

.4 ~1 S19.62

16.04 16.33 16.49 16.69 16.96 17.12 17.25 17.35 17.45 17.54 17.63 17.72 17.80 17.89 17.99 18.09 18.19 18.31 18.44 18.60 18.81 19.11 19.30 19.43

IST 2N\D 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 307H 35Th 40TH 45TH 5c0TH 55Th 60TH 65TH 70TIH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90_TH 95TH 97TH 987H 99TH

M7UI

MAXEH

4.1%

COEFF. OF V.R-ITTCN"

0.13 3.17 334

SM4ZrIYVET'A I IIRm•IS---VEM IT INt2MR OF S--TJWE-S

6.31 6.43 6.49 6.57 6.68 6.74 6.79 6.83 6.87 6.91 6.94 6.98 7.01 7.05 7.08 7.12 7.16 7.21 7.26 7.32 7.40 7.52 7.60 7.65 7.72

17.24 17.36 17.46 17.59 17.83 18.00 18.14 18.26 18.36 18.46 18.55 18.64 18.73 18.82 18.90 13.99 19.08 19.18 19.29 19.42

19.53 19.82 3o9.99 20.11 20.32

477

1ST

2ND 3RD 5TH 10UH 15Th 2nTH 205TH 30TH 357H 40T45TH 50TH 55Th{ 6 U065TH 70TH 75T.H 80TH 8 -Th 90TH 95Th 97TH 90Th 99Th/

8.19 3.6% 0.00 2.89 474

6.79 6.84 6.87 6.93 7.02 7.09 7.14 7.19 7.23 7.27 7.30 7.34 7.37 7.41 7.44 7.48 7.51 7.55 7.60 7.65 7.71 7.80 7.87 7.92 8.00

The criti1dist;=a 1:zmt.cpc:ti1r~ako chin ard th'e vartiuc.l plane. t-ar,-,,4 tof

tzle Lback

thQ of

tl`e hh,-d is

orn~ f tPhe r~iuW

TIM SUTI,4RY STATISTICS

1• ,0

MIMIh~T. M= 18.60 .93 0.05

MEAN

09}T 0.04 15.21 2 1 . 17

7.32

SE W(JNTI DE7V ) 00.02 .37 I 030.91 SE(SD) 0.01 I•4I•TNTI i [5•2i Th

O3ETIT. OF WMLUATICIN •Y ---VE -TA I FU F CL I SVETA II

NUMIM OF

ME StII'27\RY Vrhh'1TQ3 CINn,=MI C1 ls

iNCRS

SUBJECTIS

19.44

1\N

7.65

0.04

S ,,•,,N) Sr DrlV SE(SD)

0.02 0.36 0.01

0.03

5.99 8 . 33

16.35 21 . 82

5. 0

CYJEFF. OF VAPIA=1C SY Y IpY -- -V I IJ IS---VE=A II

SSk 0.01 3.18 334

NUTIP

OF SM-tITECiýS

Ml Ff ~mIurls ..

1

S19.09

}IMflUM F' ,X ]]U ,

6.44 8.59 4.7P5% -0.07 3.22 474

iMJJUI r ICS

16.56 16.77 16.90

1ST 2ND 3PD

6.52 6.60 6.66

17.15 17.50 17.70

17 2ND 3PD

17.10 17.41 17.63 17.81 17.9G 18.10 18.23 18.35 18.47

5-H 10TH 15TH 20TH 25711 30TH 35TH 40OTH 45TH

6.73 6.86 6.94 7.01 7.07 7.13 7.18 7.23 7.27

17.95 18.32 18.54 18.72 18.86 18.99 19.11 19.22 19.33

5TH 10TH 15720TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH-I 45TH

18.59

7.07 7.21 7.30 7.37 7.43 7.48 7.52 7.57" 7.61

50IT {

7.32

18.71 18.83 18,96 19.23

55Ti 60TH 65THl 7M 75TH

19.44

7.37 7.41 7.46 7.5 7.57

50TH

7.65

19.55 19.66 19.78 19.90 20.03

55TH 6C C/l1 65rM 775TMH

7.70 7.74 7.79 ?.2 7.39

19.39 19.57 19.81 20.16 20.40 20.57 20.85

80ME 85TH 9ITH 95TH 971T1h 98TH 99•TH

7.63 7.71 7.80 7.94 8.03 8.10 8.21

20.19 20.37 20.60 20.95 21.19 21.36 21.63

80TH 85all 90TH 95H 97-11 98%TiH 9 /I1-1l

7.95 8.02 8.11 8.25 8.34 8.41 8.52

479

6.75 6.89 6.97

'

i:c

VA-t

chin

1J

n t>

1:

>11 1U:2

iiZ

t2Y;

r;::-

r4 x:n 1a:rk cr. tL to iI' ixx o U7. 1:2d

1

.

7

7

H N

/

½--- -

j;

c:.:

of ii -'

r777 ,:

V ZMELE Mf. (111) -Jh'TPOF

1ThKD

TIM SUm7!Y1MY 6T71T-TICs

1

MAN SE (I-MN)

8.05

21.65

0.02

0.04

NFAN SE (MiEAN)

8.52

0.05

0.84

ST DEV

0.33

0.82

ST DEV

0.32

C0.03

SE (SD)

0.01

0.03

SE(SD)

0.01

•NI•_INM

6.96

19.29

MIDELIM

7.59

9.06,11

23.81

20.44

1,

mmE SMIMMV.Y STvTSIcs

S23.01

17.69

o

9.37

CC=F. OF' V7PLATICI1

4. 1%

COEFF. OF VARLATIC21

STM=VRYV-rA I YKU]=IS----7V-EfA Ii

0.07 3.23

S=EM•zY-VE1A T -0.08 KET-rDSISVETA II 2.88

.u/:4-/

f7-&EcjS

334

N

Or SUBJCT3

Pr1lC1-TlIT.ES

2

0.02

3.8

474

P.~~'U~

18.51 18.79 13.95 19.15 19.43 19.61 19.76 19.83 19.93 20.10 20.20 20.30

lET 2MD 3RD 5TH IIT1 15TH 207h 25Th 30111 3,511 4 1CM 45Th

7.29 7.40 7.46 7.54 7,65 7.72 7.78 7.83 7.87 7.91 7.95 7.99

19.68 19.93 20.09 20.30 20.60 20.81 20.97 21.11 21.23 21.34 21.45 21.55

15s 2NO 3PJD 5TH 10IIh 15T, 20111 2,5Th 30TI! 3,5T,h 40'("!{ 457 1

7.75 7.35 7.91 7.99 8.11 8.19 8.26 8.31 8.36 8.40 8.44 8.48

20.40

50711d

8.03

21.65

50,ThI

8.52

20.50 M20.61 20.72 20.84 20.97 21.13 21.30 21.53 21.87 S :I22.09 22.2' 22.46

55;11f 6G• 657170Thl 757A 80r{Th 85T7H 9i0i1 95Th 97111 9 STh 99711

8.07 8.11 8.16 8.20 8.26 8.32 8.39 8.48 8.61 8.69 8.76 8 .34•'A

21.76 21.86 21.97 22.08 22.20 22.34 22.50 22.70 22.99 23.17 23.30 23.50

551!1 6OCT1 65T7H 70T1 75Th11 8CUSH 85711 9011! 931111 97111 9" I1 9cyilI

,157 8.61 8.65 8.59 8.74 8.10 8.86 8.9.1 9.05 9,12 9.17 9. 2:3

431

of t:

l~'

i7t

..

:l

-;-...

I

.'• }:.

1!{BS U W.R IAy ST

18.07 0.05

WA' SE(:,'Z-,;A)

( OF iiF',73)

T,130 .

18.43 0.04

SE(SD)

0.34 0.01

0.88 0.03

S DulV SE,(sD)

05 0.01

lUITC,.7 K;,U?2

6. 8 8.06

15.41 20.77

Th1-22, ,•w,,A

6.07 8.18

ST~ ErFV

"FF--F. ',:,, OF... VX""RTT•ICIN v,,T I

'",'•

j..

jKC2-p

7.11 0.02

0.87 0.03 15.69 20.46

2)--CR•

FIJT~irI¢IS-----v

A

IX

OF 2Ti72cp,

4.8% -0.09

REL7M SE(,,5)

COEtFF. ... •m..OF VAR1ATI.•I'( T, -.... V- ,l-, 1 IRiSI3i--... grA II

2.86

334

7.26 0.02

4.P% -0.16

3.13

O7UMP.T• cF Sý3URTIC1'3

469

>I

15.88 16.19 16.37

2 7r

6.25

2N D)

16..

6.37

lop

6.36

"..)

6.45

16.54

2MI

16.75

6.51:

6.54 6.67 6.76 6. 83 6.8261

6. 59

17.17 17.34 17.4.

5m 1 IT 1]T17 2(f2 ! 2551

31D

17.62

j0m-

511 ,.1(773 0 15111 2(773! 25M17

6.69 6.831 6.91 6.98 7.03

17.74

6.94

17.00 17.35 17.56 17.72 17.85

3M

17.99

30M]7

7. 01

17.85

6.93

4Th

7.03

18.09

35W31

17. 96

45P11

7.07 71 7.16 7.20 7.25 7.30

]3.20

7.12

4Th1

7.16

18.31 18.41 1.9,W2 13.64 113.76 83.8,3

,i.. 5 I t!1 WE? 51 70

7.21 7.25 7.29 7. 37.8 7.4.

3-73! 9WEii

7.62 7.71 7.3

23.61

16.95

. 38.30 18.41 18.M4

3.6 1,.3

....... 6(un! 65"2 70111

AM oullt

7. M h•< . 74

12.99

8551

7.47

S19.1]9

1 '3 19. 18

7.55 7. 67

19.64~

97'1 i{

19.7. 1

:

5 .513.07

.,

9.02 19.3,

S

79M, , 7.49 ant:] 7. 55

19.36 .YM','

7.73 7. 7

19.59 19.' 0 20 G,7 20. :3

UR"l

7 -3

20.31

95"]3j

.

7.90

7.95

0

Tne vciizl t~o irim



cn tu

of tJi~ho-d is?;1.rd

'

I. c1id

'-n U> xoo arl t4 hzzctl

~~akon t:!-c ir2

1,

,7n

CJtro

to itp

oE

,,,3L

10. .. (trhJ3) -- CR 'Tci-•TCP

THE SU."RY SIATIS1ICS 1MM LNIC-E

!T[• SUXARY STATIr-=ICS CEI~TTMTER3 321, asm 4.23

I2T

OF ii32AL

1.67

4.18

0.05 0.88 0.03

SE(EAN ST DEV SE(SD)

0.02 0.35 0.01

0.05 0.98 0.03

S-E-(Z 041) sT DV:v SE(SD)

1.65 1.F.N 0.02

2.32 6.78

1K1NTMD MAMX
0.91 2.67

1.65 8.67

M124=~U VXE el4

0.65 3.41

0.01

COEFF. OF ITVARTIC1N

20.7%

Ska'NtlhlY-w vTA I FYLF• IS-V-TA II

0.22

S'v •1M

2.73

1STI-----VE A 1I

3.75

NUl'•,,,- OF C,3Ja.,..iCS

469

. OF SUC1J&T7=C

COEFF. OF VARIATICUI

334

v

2.48 2.58

1ST 2ND

2.67 2.81

3RD 5Thf

3.08 3.28

I10,m 15Tn{

3.45 3.60

23.4%

0.44

PEDcCrFILL

i

0.39

UK=~nL C. 98 1. 02

2.04 2.30

!ST 2ND

2.46 2.67

31:D 5711

1.21 1.29

2.99 3.20

1IMor 15=111

1.18 1.26

2UM1{ 25TH1

1.36 1.42

3.37 3.52

20qH 25TH

1.33 1.39

3.73

30UT1

1.47

3.65

30!H

1.44

3.86

3 r5Ti

1.52

3.77

3 STI

1.49

3.983

4aT i

1.57

3.S9

40Ti

1.53

4.10

45Th M

4.01

45 H

1.5-3

4.21

5(71W

4.12

5"YiPl!

4.32

55Ali

.61 1. 66 1.70

4.24

5,--5111

4.44

COIl

1.75

4.36

60UM1

4.56

65"il

1.79

4.49

C5ri

1.62 1.67 1.72

C.,63 4.32 4.97

7 (M 1 757H 80rii

1.84 1.90 1.9156

4.63 4.73 4.95

7"71H 7Yi If $(87-i

1 . 82 1. 83 1.95

5.15 5. 3',

C. Ii 0'17,

2.03 212 2.

5.16 5.44

a511,,T 901'i

2.03 2.14

5.73 5.93

1 97,'1

2.26 2.35

5.83 6.13

9.57' 97z71

2.31 2.43

6.17 6.51

!3311T 3.'Hl

2.43 2. 56

6.41 6.79

9 5[[] qii

2.52 2.67

1.05 1.11

'~XC,5

0.00 0.91

0.97 1.05

1.77

~ ctczbtl lar~nrzark just bcehird the we lev-1l of tlie cutar cor-,er- of the- c'ya ar. th-e of tlhe hea~d is rnaziir-d. The value. of to ': ~

~~~The hcrizcrthel cli -,trc-2

*

ac ta.tl'e bony eye- c ~~ vertical plan

I

4~I

wuVAT2iz- 1,-. (i4)

THE SU2,7PRY SM•ITS7ICS 15.36 0.03 0.58 0.02

MAN SE (iMAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

--

02 ITacm

THE Sal',M4lY SLrITNICS

6.05 0.01 0.23 0.01

16.01 0.03 0.56 C.02

I'mN SE (NE•tN) ST DEY SE(SD)

6.30 0.01 0.22 0.01

13.17

NTT-

5.19

14.03

I

5.52

16.93

Igfl~i•fff

6.67

17.51

MA-MX2T,

6.39

COEFF. OF VAR7AlTICN

3.8-

CEIFF. OF VARIATICN

3.5%

SYIETRY--VEI---A I ..-URICSIS--VETA II

-0.19 3.53

SY=4EITRY--VETA I KLTJR1SISVETA II

0.06 3.01

NUT=ER OF S =I=EC0

474

NU.MER OF S-uaBTECI

334

PE=- IT= CaN'T==EP

4

IST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10111

5.43 5.54 5.60 5.67 5.77

14.71 14.89 15.00 15.13 15.32

iST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH

5.79 5.86 5.90 5.96 6.03

14.99

15.•35

25Th 307IH 35T{H 43011 45UI{ 50am,

5.90 5.93 5.96 5.99 6.02 6.04

15.62 15.70 15.77 15.84 15.91 15.98

25Th 39'1H{ 35ThB 430H 4 5rl 59"11{

6.15 .6.18 6.21 6.24 6.26 6 .29

15.42 15.49 15.57

55MI 69TH 65TH 7 C)TH

6.07 6.10 6.13 6.16

16.05 16.13 16.20 16.29

55TH 69r, 65TH 70MI'I

6.32 6.35 6.38 6.41

15.74

751-if

6.20

163

15.84 :15.96

M5MT 135,-1 9 CIMI

6.24 5.28 (,.34

16.43 16.60 16.76

LOTH 85 q-I3 917ITI

6.49 6.54 6.60

16.32

9 5q1-1i 97q7TH 9 6'TH 99all

6.43 6.43 6.51 6.55

16.97 17.10 17.19 17.31

95711 9 -imH 9 81)"i 99qiH

6.68 6. 73 6.77 6,82

15.14 15.21

S15.28

! I15.65

iI16.11! !i

S16.45 i :'I16.65

15.S4

S437

C~~TEhiINiE

13.78 14.06 14.22 14.40 14.65 14.79 14.90

•i15.07

REt=.E-?TriLES ThQ{TES

15TH 2CM-1

5.62 5.86

-

15.44 15.54

633

15Th-I 20M,

-,5±1

6.08 6.12

6.4 6.45"

(H15)~CC

Z-hTXU-;'

2 C-

vertical distan~ce 1;U",2 t cz.:ctorbiti•le lar&ýark j'z~t bnlird the bocny eye sccý-:et at the lc-vol of ' cuter corner of the eye ark' the3 plaro tanm;nnt to of the head is ma=urd. The values of the ricoht arkI left ir c ara a-verac.;ecl rIh

Ihorizontal

-~tcaD

Iy/~

THE SIZ.4Y SMT2AISTICS

11.23

IT-Th SUNM74AP2 siTIsfl

bElAi

4.42

11.79

PMAN

0.03

4.64

SEQ4EAN)

0.01

0.0

STEQAN)

0.01

0.58 0.02

SIT DEV SE(SD)

0.23 0.01

0.56 0.02

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.22 0.01

9.69

MI-T111UM

3.81

10.15 Hrn*TE2M

4.00

13.64

5.37

13.05

.

21JýIUM 5.14

COJEFF OF VAREA2CN SY24IR-VThI XUmOSIS-VEM 11 NUM=-~ OF S=EECI 3

CE?1I!4EEF

5.% .2 3.13

DMMIcnUM

DEFF. OF WIATTC SYETP=RY--VETA 1 KLIFTcIS--VE=f 11

334

NUMBER OF SUJCS

ThCHES

=%=1iE¶RSThMS

4.7% 0.11 3.08 474

E

9.81

1ST

3.86'

10.46

1ST

4.12

10.07 10.21

2ND 3RZD 5TH

3.97 4.02 4.08

10. 65 10.76 10.90

2N~D 3RD 571-

4.19 4.24 4.29

1.iJo

10111I

I10.37

;7I10.69

10.57 10.77 10.85 10.92 10.98 11.05

I?11.11 11.18 11.25

10TH

4.16

15I1M

4.21

20111 25111 3MH1 351H 40r111-

4.24 4.27 4.30 4.32 4.35

45UTh 50YTH

11.23

4.37

15 Th-

4.42

11.33 11.42 11.50 11.57 11.64

20OTH 25Th 30T.h 35TH 40OM

4.46 4.50 4.531 4.56 4.58

4.38

11.71

45TTH

4.61

4.40

11.77

507H 55TH

4.64 4.66

6 111 65TH 7017h

4.69 4.72 4.75

11.33 11.41 11.50

55TH 60TIh 6.57H 7 WE

4.43 4.46 4.49 4.53

11.60

75Th-

4.57

12.15

75'TH

4.78

11.71 11.85

80GThI 85TH

4.61 4.66

12.25 12.37

80111 83TH

4.82 4.87

12.27 12.41 12.50 12.60

95'TH 97Thl 98TH 9911H

4.83 4.89 4.92 4.96

12.74 12.89 12.99 13.16

95TH 97Th98Th1 99TH

5.02 5.07 5.12 5.18

12.02

901;U

11.84 11.91 11.99 12.07

4.73

12.52

489

90TH

4.93

The horizontalI tEzparal crest to the back of di-mensions are

distar-c: ý a thjfr at t~h ic'ýý of th;e the hczl is i:= es 1. avaraga:11

at ore lar-!ý.-rk on the dc~~ec ard the vcrtic-al plar,-e targarnt Ta values of th~e right ean left

VNMA--5M

IDD

(116

-frN

l

r.ThE SUIMýARY STAMMTI•CS

CE=MLIERS

' SCOEFF.

0

P MAN SE(MEAN) Sr DEV SE(SD)

6.56 0.01 0.23 0.01

17.45 0.03 0.56 0.02

1.4.27 18.20

=T-NIM

5.62

15.87

Mae M

7.17

19.29

OF VAPIATTCN SYI§WM TRY---ETA I IKTUR*CIS-VETA II Nl="BER OF SUBJCT-S

FPcMEMLS ,-IT-•

IM-"i.• _•.17

rfHE SUARY S•

R;Ma.

16.66 0.03 0.59 0.02

-

J

-AZa,CX

3.5% 3.70 334

TI•5s

CENIME

nqcHEs

Y-AN SE(N_-N) ST DEV SE(SD)

6.87 0.01 0.22 0.01

-ICfl3Ul

6.25

P

MI'MU

O3EFF. OF VARATIcN SY1,IP.YVEM I KIJRTCSIS--VETA II NU!BFR OF SUBJTECS

-0.35

s'CS

7.59 3.2% 0.10 2.94 474

PZRC=IFS S INC=

15.04

IST

5.92

16.12

1ST

6.35

15.46 15.65 15.91 16.07 16.19 16.29 16.38 16.46 16.54 16.61

2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25'-H1 30TH 35TH 40TH 451H

6.03 6.09 6.16 6.27

16.30 16.41 16.55 16.75

2-ND 3RD 61" 10H

6.42 6.46 6.52 6.59

6.33 6.38 6.41 6.45 6.48 6.51 6.54

16.88 16.98 17.07 17.15 17.22 17.29 17.36

15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 4UTh 45TH

6.65 6.69 6.72 6.75 6.78 6.81 6.84

115.31

16.68

50TH 55THd

6.56

17.43

50TH

6.86

6=1TH 65mkH

6.59 6.62 6.65

17.50 17.58 17.65

55TH 6OTh' 655TH

6.89 6.92 6.95

16.96 17.05 17.14 17.25 17.39 17.59 17.71 17.81

70TH 75TH 80TH 85Th 90=H 9517 97rH 98Th

6.68 6.71 6.75 6.79 6.85 6.92 6.97 7.01

17.74 17.83 17.93 18.04 13.19 18.40 18.53 18.62

70MY 75T80TH 85Th 90TH 95TH 9701h 98TrH

6.93 7.02 7.06 7.10 7.16 7.24 7.30 7.33

17.95

99TH

7.06

18.74

99-T

7.33

16.74 16.82 16.89

491

rkcn tl'. tIcoraI ov the brccc to th~a t-co of the ho-Ad is i~.auc.The andl the horizontal laetrjn values of the richBt ar"A left' dau,2r 52cn.s are vrajd Thne vertical distar.ce

xI

crc--zt at the sic'-: of tefrlor

t1-.2 f cntot2-o-raie ln forc~thiad, hcn:

A

ThM S171Th\RY SMATISTIC3

11

MMIMThEhT 8.55 0.03

ii0.60

ThQIN= MAN

SE(1

ST VEV

TIM SUŽ-MA/Y STATISTICS

m4TMIIErr=-

Tha

3.37 0.01

8.91 0.03

NEMAN SE(NEN)

3.51 0.01

0.24

0.61

ST DEV

0.24

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

0.02

SE(SD)

0.01

1I0.23

IMTD-UN 1IXI

2 .67 4 .03

7 .34 10.97

,[h,712.89 Y20MUM

4 .32

S~6.79

COEFF. OF VARITC,-

7. 016

CDEFF. OF' VAPUXTI•l'

6.9%

SYD=" Y-

0.17

SYM,=-TRY-

KITRrJSIS-VETA

1

0.20

3.18

1
11

2.98

NMNBER OF SUBJC

334

VETA

1

PERCENML-SRE•,qI Cf-lZ=EPS INCHFES

i

=--6

INUMS

2.83 2.90

7.60 7.72

1ST 2ND

2.99 3.04

7.48 7.62 j7.82 7.95 8.06 8.15 8.23 8.31 8.38 8.45 8.52

3RD 5TH 107H 15TH 20T/{ 25TH 30111 35TH 40IHt 45IH 5MI{

2.94 3.00 3.08 3.13 3.17 3.21 3.24 3.27 3.30 3.33 3.35

7.81 7.93 3.13 8.28 8.40 8.50 8.59 8.67 8.75 8.83 8.90

3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 2571-1 30TT 357H 4 Cil111 45TH 50T1-I

3.07 3.12 3.20 3.26 3.31 3.35 3.38 3.41 3.44 3.48 3.50

9.17 9.34

•9.78

S~493

CE

474

1ST 2ND

8.67 8.75 8.84 8.93

S9.60

NLT4BLR OF SUBJECTS

7.19 7.37

8.60

j'9.04

VLfA

551TH

60TH 65TH 7102I 75TH~•

8CIIH

3.38

3.41 3.44 3.48 3.52

3.56

0.93

9.05 9.13 9.22 9.31

9.41

8T 3.19.54 90H 3.68 9.70 95TH 3.73 9.95

55TH

60TH 65T1 70TH 75TH

3.53

3.56 3.60 3.63

8 (M.1

3.66 3.71

97TT-H

3.99

2

85H 37 90111 38 9 57j-l 3.92

97TH

3.85

10.14

9.91

96TH

10.12

3.•90

99TH

3.98

10.28

9311

4.05

10.53

997•-1

4.14

i i

- .

(1113)

-1

-

i

GL\IllILX-f2.Ci

I1e hon :'x nLi Lct:wprn t> 1yw j

-..

-

I ri,-r3-: cn t> fir:. I I t.rnt to ti;" 1>ck of tThr ';.

.

I

I

_____

__________

I. r K H

*

,-,.-..----------..--,-

'7)

di :ii:;jKŽ h-. t; m t.1Ž ol .Qi' .'J ti2 vrtic11 p

i -

C-?

-.

/

I

_________

________

49

I

TIIIe SU3,ý,.IAY S627.=

M=Th1Eý1RS

1 1 4



THCE SC-,24ARY STATISTICS iE.

INCITES

mfl'7GTU-

19.15 0.04 0.64 0.03

IITAN SE(N2,N) ST DEV SF(SD)

7.54 0.01 0.25 0.01

20.04 0.03 0.64 0.02

SE(0EA) ST D-V SE(SD)

7.89 0.01 0.25 0.01

16.67 20.68

TMMIISM =14274

6.56 8.14

17.91 22.18

KIDMIrT I-I•XAiX72i,

7.05 8.73

SCOEFF. OF VAIlUATION SYLMBIPY-VE'TA I KUTjIr-DIS--VETA !I

SU•2•

3.4% -0.39 3.43

OF STjUB E7TS

M=-EF. OF VARITIO S'P• Y2IBIRY----VE-h I LIS----VrA II

334

S

*1

17.37 17.69 17.86 18.C7 18.35



PETN1nr-IIEIS

RNCIES .28LII'

N~--'

6.84 6.96 7.03 7.11 7.22

18.56 18.73 18.84 18.99 19.22

1ST 2ND 31D 5711 1(f111

7.29

19.38

15Th

18.65 18.75 18.35 18.93 19.01 19.09 19.17 19.25 19.33 19.41 19.50 ).9.59

7.34 7.38 7.,42 7.45 7.48 7.52 7.55 7.58 7.61 7. 64 7.6A 7.71.

19.51 19.61 19.71 19.80 19.33 19.96 20.04 20. 13 20.21 20.29 20.39 20.47

20Thl 25rTh1 30'IT 35',Th 4( Ml 45111 5 fl I 55M, 6ol0 { 65,11, 7; C' f11 7N1f

7.31 7.37 7.42 7.48 7.57 716 7. 63 7.72 7 .766 7.80 7.83 7. S6 7. 1 "7.92 7. 95 7. 1) 8.02 8 0.6

)19. 70

8 f0 711

7.76

20. 57

300

9.1

19.82 19.38 20.19 20.3.1 20.30 20.47

8571 90711 95,11 97111 9S'1E1 971,

7.81 7.36 7.95 7.99 3.02 3.C(;

20.70 20..85 21.07

85Tl 9 011 1 95Th1 9/711i 9871: 9.7.0

83.115 1 8P.10 835 8.40 8 4.

21.22 21.33 21.49

~4 9 )

]

S4.

474

1"ST 214D 3RD 5T.H 10,111 .5H 2071M 25TH 30Usd 35Thl 40c11 45711 50f111 55T' G,1"i 1 651IiI 797-11 751'T1

I18.52

*

3.2 -0.03 3.19

IV1T,2I-R OF SJC13IMTIC

p -1=1TiITS

cL2TED4B1rEE7S

IMED.

4

.

.

.

4

. . y. *

. .

' .4

. .

.

. . 4 %4'{4

~~ 4

4 f 4 44 ' 4 .,. 24

".

'8Ž~~~~cI;:2~~i:

'

/~2U tti

;

'1~ ~~ M~'~ I.Tilok cn tinn On::r

,

:d

sul

THE E,11

WUML7PFIZS

Ulm

BI5TTA Kmc' 8.86

K?,IT

3.49

9,.72

IUIN

3.83

0.04 0.67

SE(F N Sc-f :UN

0.02 0.27

0.03

SE (5D)

0.03 0. 65

0.01

SE(11,EAZ ) ST U•V

0.01 C. 26

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

7.25

PdM T UE AT TW;i:l".IýU.M

2.85 4.33

7.90 12.10

MiiJYI7, 1- CL,,,.

3.11 4.76

OF VA1TTAT-LC1 SY172rLY--v1;,Mt I ki. jyla3T-V1; -1 II

6.85 0. 15 3.11

11.00

aD7ZE?. OF VARINYTGI SY?,•.....-,,-, I iXIS Yj'T -,vETrAii MUMMER~f OF

J7TUCMO

T,7ijeC L,T.. 1.119

S8.48

" i9

14UME

OF SJLCP3MC

474

Z 2.91 2.98

7,67

3U

3.02

3.150

.781

57T

3.07

8.'40

8.03

Will

3.16

8.89

3..17 V 8.9 8.39

15i 2 (Y, 25hrl 3U il

3.22 3.26 3.30 3.34

9.04 9o 6 9.27 9.36

15!ill 20Ti 25T11 30Th

3.56 3.61 3.65 3.69

8.57 8.65

357 f 48511

3.37 3.41

9.45 9.54

351"M 4U081

3.72 3.76

4531M 5•-'1'1 55136

8.20 8.39

9. 17 9.21

6mI 7 7',11 753 1

3.44 3.47 2.50 3. 54 3. 57 3.61 3. 65

9.41 q . .7 5

8,C/5 9831 i" 9 7

3.70 3.76 3 .8 <

10.27 110.41" .5 53.10

10.85

971!

3.35

10..4

S9.0

'

3344

1ST

8.73 8.82 8.90 8.609

*

7.6% CCEFF. 0.33 3.10

2ND

.7.. 5

I

S-17flTEC3S 'C

CUNY317Z

90.705

10.25 S10.40 10.65 C3911

97i1 T 9 T17h

9.62 9.70 9.73 9.87 9.96

10.05

4.03 4.10

1.0.15

11. 00 11. 12

4.19 1)..

30

4 7

1ST

3.23

2ND

3.30

3RD

3.35

5111

3.41

1CYriI

3.50

,15,111 50111 5 .1S (,' 65'1 70;*1 7V. 1Ii S (M 1

3.79 3.P2 3. R:!-3 3. 19 3. 92 3.96 4. Co

9.,Y• rilkt

. 0-14 0 4 . 1.6

5

4 ,7

Aj

97111i 9"''? 1

4.1

4.A3 4 3I .415

Pehcrizcirral d,-,;tucýjt•W. er thn va-ýrtic;ci PlanTevc-jlunc3 of theo ricj1i~t 7x;1 lo-ft

J.niccn ri UN t cc~rnŽr of tlhe 'to th: t of' te hndi ~c:rd i;izi are alicracod.

W,-ýRthE

I~o. (Ino)

a

__TCŽHm\c

UTE SI2,2,MARY ST•7IgPICS

SCENIT"AMIZT-

RiCHD413

MEAIN SE STr EV SE(SD)

4.19 0.z oAN) 0.29 0,01

11.50 0.03 0.68 0.02

M2AN SE ST DE-V SE(SD)

4.53 0.01 0.27 0.01

8.35 13.14

lEM71[hTIU

3.29 5.17

9.75 14.03

IýITDI2,I lv1 4

3.84 5.52

NUIMMEi,

1'CTiH

6.9% -0.01 3.33

OF SIB.ECYS

S8.93

334

EEI rllLES

O0CC) . Of VARTLTION Sx2N=RY--VLTA I YPITOSIS--VErA II

5.•1• 0.35 3.34

NIPCMER OF SUtjTF.CS

474

=-S

.,rTI

ib9-T

3.52

10.061

iseT

3.96

9.12 9.24 9.42 9.69

2ND 3RD 57H 10114

3.59 3.64 3.71 3.82

10,19 10.28 10.41 10.64

2MD 3RD 5'Th 10211

,1.01 4.05 4.10 4.19

9.88

15Tih

3.89

10.80

15 1r

4.25

10.03 10.1.5 10.27 10.37 10.456 10.56 10.64 10.73 10.82 10.91 11.01 11.11 11.23 11.36 1.-54 S1. ii.99

2C/fH 251111 3UTH 35Thi f 40Thl -5,1 5UI1 553111 6UP 1 6El Vl1 7T71 7 5T1 8 0 5T1 9Uf? ".il 1 97,1J

3.95

10.93 11.04 11.24 11.23 11.32 11.40 11.•43 11.57 11.65 11.74 11.33 11.93 12.C4 12.1. 12 .6 12. 6 1..2.I 8,32 3

20711 4.30 2 5M 4.35 3JUTN 4.39 35TH 4.42 4Cf.II 4.46 45Th 4.49 50M, 1 4.52 5571{ 4.55 60lT{ 4.59 65Th 4.62 70311 4.665 7531' 4.70 8C1]0 1.74 853111 4.80 9(1%. 4.37 9511 4.93

9i" I'M..

5..070

13.06

9( 1{ 9911{

14 5.27

12.14 -I

C1TI=E.[q--MR

10.63 0.04 0.73 0.03

CET

I

TUlE SLtJN7•YRY STATISTICS

INm•laS

COE.=L. OF VWTIATICN1 SSi MY,--..IA I Yqu2SI&rS-----7VIEIA II

j

Or i\

2

4. 00 4.04 4.08 4.12 4.15 4.19 4.23 4.26 4.30 4.34 4.38 4.42 4.417 4.54 4.65 4.72

SThl 4.73 i 12.30 4.837

4Y) 45

1.3.33

Txhe vc-rtlicYl dL.ý',noc- b:L: :r- thŽ ocrilcn 1a~~akon tl7o, con-mc-r of thcý jaw arr t).nc harizcnt'2 "-ýa tzngnt- to tl~i t,---) of 'C-- hcz-eý is cuod h arc avr,-rcýi dL-nin adIzf valuc-, of L ro

I/

THE SLU.MRY S9'UIETICS LIHEiS CaTME3T1R 18.29 0.04 0.67 0.03 16.61 20.78

MEAN SE (niEIN) ST DEV SE (SD) .-'M U-1T MX0'. •4

CO3ETFF. OF VA•CI?=Tm Si:Y 1RY-V,-A 11nJ!'cTIS-V--• w II N UM.13B-ER OF C-BJECIS

rTHE SarZIM-!Y SLSFISiLCS IMEHS CIHB'ERS

7.20 0.02 0.27 0.01

19.73 0.03 0.70 0.02

MEANI SzE(m=N) ST E•V SE (SD)

7.77 0.01 0.27 0.01

6.54 8.18

17.78 22.72

'M1T'hU1. NMIi1L'N

7.00 8.94

3.7% 0.37 3.28

mOEFF. OF VARIZTIGN SYI-MZ=Y-V-11= 1 K3TI IS-Vw-A II

334

NOM37R OF SJC=13S

PERCTTIIFS

16.99 17.12 17.27 17.49

*17.63 17.74 17.83 17.92 18.00 18.08 18.16 18.24 18.33 18.41 18.51 18.61 18.72 18.85 19.00 19.20 19.50 19.69 19.83 20.04

~

CIONCHES

s

1Si

6.60

18.22

15T

7.17

2ND 3RD 5TH IOT~H 15Th 20TH 25T1H 30TH 35TH 40LIH 45111 50'I1 557H 60CT65rTh 7UIf75Th 801ll 857H 90TH 95TH 97TH 9STH 99'iA

6.69 6.74 6.80 6.69 6.94 6.98 7.02 7.06 7.09 7.12 7.15 7.18 7.22 7.25 7.29 7.32 7.37 7.42 7.48 7. 56 7.63 7.75 7.81 7.89

18.36 18.46 18.61 18.84 19.01 19.14 19.26 19.36 19.46 19.55 19.64 19.73 19.82 19.91 20.00 20.10 20.20 20.32 20.45 20.62 20.86 21.02 21.14 21.32

211D 3RD 51H 101M 15TH 20Th 25TH 307H 35Th 40Th 45TH 50TH{ 55Th11 60T11 65T-1 70T1H 75TH 80Ufi 85Ti"h{ 90Th"! 95TH 97 98Th 99Thl

7.23 7,27 7.32 7.42 7.48 7.53 7.58 7.62 7.66 7.70 7.73 7.77 7.80 7.84 7.87 7.91 7.95 8.00 8.05 8.12 8.21 8.28 8.32 8.39

501 =JJ

474

PER,.c'IES

~ nlr=r~ INCHESi

S16.77

3.5% 0.22 3.37

(1122)

L

C

C- E1Z--D

zzn tr+ infnicirbitala lar,.&ark on the hcriv ey--he horizontail c1 ot~ ftc -,oy'V,::t urckýr tnevn arcl the vc--ioni plx=~ toxn hezcl is r~nu~.'I1valucs of tbl,. ricjht and left dbnz--zionsL aro averagcd.

I1

2

VARJAEIE ND. (H22) -- IrP+f B

I.ET-BAC+ OF

MI&TS

FEW=

THE SU?',Y SJYATSTICS

CEfNIE•,

}15.25

19.00

18.08 0.03 0.59 0.02

MMIN-

6.00

16.44

OF VA+RtUTC•Y1 SM,-I TY--VETA I

VETA II

OF SUBJEC'TxS

C

i

"17.17 17.25 17.32 17.40 17.47 17.54 17.62 17.70 17.79 17.88 17.98 18.10 18.23 18.40 18.63 18.75 18.82 18.87

7.48

19.54

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TlH1 35TH 40TH 45TH 50TH 551H 60TH 65TH 70TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 90CTH 95aTH 97TH 9871H 99TM1

MEAN SE(NEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.12 0.01 0.23 0.01

INIHTNM

6.47

M7ODI4JNI

7.69

3.6% -0.26

ODEFF. OF SYINMERY-

VEMfA

3.45

KJRM;IS-

VEZTA II

2.80

NUMBER OF STJBTHC",IS

474

334

P-T=ZEI iILES s IN=s

15.76 16.13 16.33 16.55 16.82 16.97 17.08

IN=

6.91 0.01 0.25 0.01

INAXEI-?'I4

FIRCIS-

CEtTIrD[i

MEAN SEQ.ZAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

jCEFF. .~INUNBER

MHE SU YTARY STATISTICS

IN=IES

17.56 0.04 0.63 0.03

NSD

CF=

6.20 6.35 6.43 6.52 6.62 6.68 6.72 6.76 6.79 6.82 6.85 6.88 6.91 6.94 6.97 7.00 7.04 7.08 7.13 7.18 7.24 7.34 7.38 7.41 7.43

PEC:2T LES, TES IC=s

16.63 16.85 16.97 17.12 17.34 17.48 17.58 17.68 17.76 17.84 17.91 17.99 18.06 18.14 18.21 18.30 18.38 18.48 18.58 18.71 18.87 19.09 19.22 19.32 19.44

503

=ARIATION 3.3% 1 0.01

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH lamH 15TH 20TH 25MH 30TH 357H 4(YIH 457TH 50IH 55TH 6 C0TH65THq{ 70ITh 75T1 80THn 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99yT!

6.55 6.63 6.58 6.74 6.83 6.88 6.92 6.96 6.99 7.02 7.05 7.08 7.]1 7.14 7.17 7.20 7.24 7.27 7.32 7.36 7.43 7.52 7.57 7.60 7.65

(1123)

-'C C-WIJ'U C7 1>'-DD

The vertiaaJ distar-cce h;'ý--,_'n the elantýircark on the b-Cny eye socket unc'&.r the cye ard the h-crizcntal plane taungant to the too, of the2 head is r.:suxrd.Ievlýs fter~ ar4 left direerzicns are av.e r-,crd.

t

MM



V.ARTABE 1-:. (132-3) -321!M,7,=Br\TY-r

THliE Sul 7Pty STIS T ICS

"

CF 11Th-D,

rIT]E S'2,IlY STATISTICS

12.49

ME•••

4.92

13.06

MEAN

5.14

0.03

SE ,TIAN)

0.01

0.03

0.57 0.02

SE (-,N)

0.01

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.22 0.01

0.55 0.02

ST DEV SE(SD)

0.22 0.01

10.77

MD•ilbl 1PYXMLA

4.24 5.58

11. 51

I4ND•Uii

14.82

lQ•a-I2lM

4.53 5.83

14.17

(OOEFF. OF VARIATION SM=.L,---V1TA I FJJPCrYIS--VETA II MR=~E

4.6% 3.18

OF SUBTECS

,C~~flENTI

CX)EFF. OF VARIATION SYMAMEY-V-TA I

0.10

1J=IOS-

334

NUTIO1B

PERC717=113,PURCENrILES INCHES

h

=VETA II

OF SUB.ET=S

IEMETM&s

4.2%

0.13

2.93 474

INCHES

11.06

1ST

4.35

11.82

1Sr

11.30

4.65

22ND

4.45

11.96

11.43

2ND

4.71

3RD

4.50

12.05

11.59 11.80

3RD

4.74

5Th 10TH

4.56 4.65

12.17 12.35

5TH I1011

4.79 4.86

11.93

15TH

4.70

12.48

15TH

12.02 12.11 12.18 12.25 12.32 12.39 12.46 12.53 12.60

4.91

20UI 251T 30TfH 35TH 40T1 45TH 50MI 55Ti1 60 _rH

4.73 4.77 4.80 4.82 4.85 4.88 4.90 4.93 4.96

12.59 12.68 12.76 12.84 12.91 12.98 13.05 13.12 13.19

20fl1 25TH 30131 35Th 40TH 4 5111 5TdH 55Th 60Mh

4.95 4.99 5.02 5.05 5.08 5.11 5.14 5.16 5.19

12.76 12.85 12.96 13.08

70TH 75Th 80Th 85Th,

5.02

13.34

70TH-

5.25

5.06 5.10 5.15

13.43 13.52 13.64

757H 80111 857H

13.24 13.47

5.29 5.32 5.37

90=H 95_TH

5.21 5. 31

13.78 13.98

90jh 9511i

5.42 5.51

13.61 13.71 13.84

97MH 98Th 99TH

5.36 5.40 5.45

14.11 14.21 14.36

97T1 98Th 99ni

5.56 5.59 5.65

12.68

65TH

4.99

13.27

65TH

5.22

I

505

ii

*at

V505

arnd left che~ilicn The strai(ch7t--lira dilste-rce '2 ce thi rict theo corners of the clcc=>f1 ,.-uch is rc'-urcd.

J

W-RT~l 1-0. (1i2) -T

U~

F~~\IES

ALES

ThE SUMIL"RY STATISTICS

'IRE S'IZDY STTISTIQCS

5.38 0.02 0.35 0.01

EAN SE(TEA1) ST DEV SE(S M

2.12 0.01 4 0.01

5.64 0.02 0.36 0.01

NEAN SE(MAN) ST"DEV SE(SD)

2.22 0.01 0.14 0.01

4.24 6.69

M[INIMJ 1 -I2% 1

1.67 2.63

4.61 6.72

=NUJi•-M •=XIr,•M

1.81 2.65

COEFF. OF VAR=ITICN SYI~i--Y--VETA I MJI!TWXS-V -ETA II NUMNBER OF S=B=CTS

6.6% -6FC 0.00 3.42

. OF VARIATION SY•Mfl=Y-VETA I IFLT IS-VE]TA II

334

NU7ZF3=

OF SUBJECTS

PUOTITMLES 4.52 4.63 4.69 4.78 4.93 5.02 5.09 5.15 5.21 5.26 5.30 5.35 5.39 5.43 5.47 5.51 5.56 5.61 5.66 5.73 5.81 5.95 6.04 6.12 6.26

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th10Th 15TIH 207H 25TH 30TYH 35qh 40TH 45TH 50111 55TH 6 tTII 65Ti7 CITH 75T1h 8C'LF 85T}I 9(TH 95{IH 97TM 98T111 99Ti

6. 5% 0.15 2.90 474

FERO;K=IIFS 1.78 1.82 1.85 1.88 1.94 1.98 2.01 2.03 2.05 2.07 2.09 2.10 2.12 2.14 2.15 2.17 2.19 2.21 2.23 2.25 2.29 2.34 2.38 2,41 2.46

4.83 4.93 4.99 5.07 5.19 5.27 5.33 5.38 5.44 5.48 5.53 5.57 5.62 5.67 5.71 5.77 5.82 5.88 5.94 6.02 6.12 6.26 6.34 6.40 6.48 507

1ST 2ND 3PD 5TH 1=71T 15TH 20MH 25TH 30Mh 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TH 60TH 65Th 70TH 75TH 80TH 855TH 90TH 95TH 97T11 983TH 99TH

1.90 1.94 1.97 2.00 2.04 2-07 2.10 2.,12 2.14 2.16 2.18 2.19 2.21 2.23 2.25 2.27 2.29 2.31 2.34 2.37 2.41 2.46 2.50 2.52 2.55

t:rv±L t~w n¶ ~c:r '>..!-t are. left zyixofrcr-4-l1 Th~ztc~ct-lim :cc irz i:2;rr, : in of .hb-yy larnTh-air.:; iit tl"ý 1vý

mum,

T

S{E C2S

in f. (m25)

~rmC1ýT7 -a71RU

Y ST'=MISThMS

THE SU:lTo•'RY EVTTfics

11.04 0.03 0.49

F•111 SE(MMzF7M) SET DEV

4.35 0.01 0.19

11.15 0.02 0.47

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

9 .53 12.54

M4Th'I.jM h:XM-21

3.7.3 4.94

FF. OF VARDCIG'Ti SX20EIPY-V-fA I I5JRLcý3ISVZrA II l.'u5

OF SUI3JFC"

4.4-, -0.09 3.11iCJGIS-V-

9.74 9.91,5 10.09 10.24 0.44 0

SE (SD)

0.01

9.82 12.95

PENDIUM Y:XC=5h'44

3.87 5.10

Ov2'n-iAT;•U CF., 51•Y-V ¢hL I M\ II

334

UIU'll

OF ST'IB3.CTJ

4.2% 0.42 3.47 474

IYT4 LE'h-3a

10.83

25"I'l 1

10.79

3 Cri:1 2i0.5 3511{ .00,71

4.25 4.27 4. 30

10.39 10.95 i!.01

30''i

10.97 11.03 11.09

49131 ,C/RI 5511,

4.32 4.34 4.37

11.06 1.1.12 11.17

11.15

6/IYT

4.39

11.23

3.1.22 1 1

6, •31 7 i

SI

2'

4.-12 .4 4.471 4.5 1

11.29 11. 36 11 43 11. 52

45171 4.33 MYIi ' 4.33 1A[I 4.40 ', 4.42 6: 4 -1.,1 4.

5'J'f1

4. 60 0

11 .2 7 1.1.76

, 57 7

12.13

L,., 7. 4.72

12.2": 12.43

5

13 11 . 63-

152 21;D 37D 577 1I11

2"'11

7 6I

1

.<. r

t.

9

91

2

33.)

t

0.02

10.15 10.27 10.35 10.44 10.59 0.6

0.2

~'

4.39 0.01 0.19

3.84 3.92 3.97 4.03 4.11 10.5 .16 1-If 2il11 41107

10.65

..2!>

NFkA3 SE(MENI) ST tIF'

(X)=,.

CT~lT~PT~ LCENT



1J7E2C/RI

'.~-~~'~

IST, 2ND 31'1 5", i 1ý ýf al

3511;

4. 00 4.04 4.07 4.11. 4.17 4.21 4.24 4 2"7

4 .29 :44 31 33

4.53

9 )'1••

4.•

....

97411

4.90

Th ~;ixuU1 Ji*~iml~:~

'h

I

)j111 t

C'

tŽ~Y~1:r

at t

Lý Ictt cm o 11,

aRIMABlE 1.30. (-xr26)

--

'37.

1'NBCF

11M IZD

FIME RhE 3•UINH•M

ISTI= 3

CETr=I'ER3

i

ME SUL7TINVY mmTAirics

fl.CITE

REIT11? lat{F

17.27

i,'_N

6.80

0.05 0.99 0.04

SE (1••N) S•iT 1EV SE(SD)

18.40o

0.02 0.39 0.02

'•AN

7.24

0.04 0.03

SE (NNAN) ST D•IV SE(SD)

0.02 0.37 0.01

ImI2T2-! KkXD9j2,I

5.54 7.85

15.38 21.03

m,6TINTI1 DWO]GYU

6.06 8.28

14.08 19.94

cMT.. OF VWPIAT•IO M lrTmRY--•-0vA I KUOSTS-.. V~:VA II NT•I7IM OF SUB3JECM <

0.95

5.7% -0.02 3.04

C0F1F. OF VARIATION S:YZ,-s, ,AT 1 KIlRI-aIS---VMA II

334

Nth3,I-R OF SUBJECOT

5. 11 0.06 3.24 474

14.91

iST'

5.87

16.01

1ST

15.21 15.40 15.64 16.01 16.26 16.45 16.61

6.31

2N1 3BD 5Th1 I.1(I1l 15111 2t71H I 2M.1

5.99 6.06 6.16 6.31 6.40 6.43 6.54

16.39 16.61 16.87 17.24 17.47 17.61 17.79

2ND 3,O 'ITT I(mi2 15311 2(0711 2 5TH

6.45 6.54 6.64 6.79 6.83 6.95 7.01

1.6.76 16.89

3(T11{ 35111

6.60 6.65

17.02 17.1.4

17.92 18.04

4 .1!f

J'ill 35Th

6.70

7.06 7.10

7.15

17.26 17.33

6.75 6.8e0 6.84

18.1.6 1.8.27

4(1111

C4M'11 5S7YIN 55111

13.39 18.50

455-1 5(r,1 55Th1

7.19 7.24 7.28

17.51

6WfY

6.89

18.62

6(1T1

7.33

1.7.63 17.75 17.91

.i 7(.7G"I 7Th-!

b.14 G. 99 7.(5

13.74 18.88 19.02

657.9 7'q'! 75T111

7.38 7.43 7.4 9

1P.07 18.26 1.3.51 2.) 19.1.4 19.33 19.65

711 i 85Thil 9S1,m!

7.12 7.1Y) 7.29

1.9,18 19. 3 3 19.63

1 8531!{ 9lyY7i

7.55 7.63 7.73

957T1

7.4!,1

9T7'11{ 921Tf 9•"Y"!

19. 19)

9 51T.h

7.54A 7,61 7.73

7.871

.20.2"2 20.33 20(.62

97Th1 911.h

7. '6 8.02 8.12

511 ....

9Srm!

~u The S~tzndaiht-lir2itc~ '> crrEion DrJcn t-ýe cbiin i this

t>-.? r.:t-cn lanfark at~ th~o bottaca of 'ý : cc point of tl-2 hairlirn on

c:n t:

':RI

THE

l,ýý,M.Y STATISTICS

T

Sul,=9•

Sl2il-TEgiri[•

17.69

MF2lA

6.97

18.94

0.05 0.89 0.03

E (N) ST DEV SE (SD)

0.02 0.35 0.01

0.05 0.98 0.03

SE(9,3AN) ST 1EV SE (SD)

0.02 0.39 0.01

I• .7fM'L, 6.04 1,M"UM 7.86

15.53 21.89

MilK-UII IK5DJ-.2Iol

6.11 8.62

15.33 19.97

COC=.. OF VARi-UCIU SY*:4E5IRY--VrlMA 1 Kjl 1OcSIS •--VTA I2 ilu2EBER OF SST1,Ca

3

5.0% -0.01 2.84

MakN,

CDEFF. OF VxdIATITCN Sy2Q,7WRIL-Y-VE I KURTOSTS-V]FTA 11

334

7.46

5.2% 0.05 3.21

NUMBER OF SUJT.O1I=S

D~nT1 zckrs

C, -irnsT~s

469

Litc:.Tl

15.56 15. R3 16.00

1-T 2M) 3RD

6.13 6.23 6.30

16.74 16.95 17.11

1IST 21D 3RD

6.59 6.68 6.73

16.22 16.55 .16.78

5'11 10Tlh 1571!

16.95

6.39 6.52 6.60

20'1ll

6.67

17.33 17.69 17.93

5711 10Th 5'711

6.82 6.96 7.06

2 CM,

7.14

17.10

25TH{

18.13

6.73

18.30

25TI

7.20

17.23 17.35 17.47

3 Q17! 35.11! 4O0T{

6.73 6.33 6.83

18.45 13.53 13.71

3fQ71 35iT 40-f

7.26 "7.31 7.37

17.59 17.70 17.381 17.92 13.04 13.17

45TMH 3,t1H 5591 60 1i] 6Thf 7Ql 1

6.92 6.97 7.01 7.05 7.10 7.15

13.83 13.95 19.07 19.13 19.31 19.43

45 11 5C 1T' 59.] 6(7,] 65`1

7.41 7.46 7.51 7.55 7. 60 7 65 7.

13.30 13.46

75]i1 8(,1"

7.21 7.27

19.57 19.73

1,11 80i 1

7.71 7.77

90"3! 9S-60 9711 931T1 T7T7

7"19.91 7.43 71920 7.56 7.64 7.71 7.80

0. 1.5 5 20.; 21.0W, 21. 4"(5

85" 1 907' 9T,I ... 97" 9:37

7. Q4 7. 94 C8.09

9

3;.5

_.3 12.." 19.41 19.57 19.32

513

1

83.9

Ih

ei23 the cbin Pird

nnS11

thce rcricln ia~~ak at t'-11:1 E-,llicn 1rwz

c

of

c-n the dccost point- of tlhe- root of the

WRM=kIL 1~.O.(123)---uM-r-~ErnaCi

RIE SU MRY STArLIz=,STS

SMPM-AIy SIS-TII=C

11.50 0.03 0.61

ImEAN SE (NMAN) ST D1EV

4.53 0.01 0.24

12.21 0.03 0.60

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

0.02

9.42 1.3.42

M=I,•:13 , UbW ,i

3.71 5.28

10.48 14.20

.A

SE (SD)

0.01

1ThrM2JM

4.13 5.59

MXcTIM

5.3%

COEFF. OF VARtATIO

4.9%

0.13 3.23

SY J

0.17 3.06

OF SUBTECTS

334

-VETTA SIS-VE-r•

I II

N7Ui]B• OF SUBJ-DECiS

474

PMCTITLES M7TIITPS

IC

10.13

1ST

10.30 10.41

3.99

2ND 3RD

4.06 4.10

10.93

IST

11.03 11.11

4.30

2ND 3RD

4.34 4.37

10.55 10.76 10.89 11.00 11.09 1i.18 11.26 11.33 11.41

5TH

4.15

1I0Th 15Thi} 2071 25TH 30TH 35TH 40TH 45Th

4.23 4.29 4.33 4.37 4.40 4.43 4.46 4.49

11.22 11.43 11.57 11.69 11.79 11.88 11.97 12.05 12.12

5TH

4.42

11.48

IOTH 15-H 20TH 25TH 30TH 35Th 4 TI1 45Th

50ITI

4.50 4.56 4.60 4.64 4.68 4.71 4.74 4.77

4.52

11.55

12.20

55TH

4.55

50Mh

4.80

12.27

55TH

4.83

6Th

4.06

a097M 85`111 90q7{

5.00 5.05 5.11

95TH 97h1 98Th 99TH

5.2]. 5.28 5.34 5.44

67 70M75TH

11.63

4.61 4.65 4.63

12.35 12.43 12.51 12.60

80511

4.58

12.30

8 0-11 851:111 90IT{

4.73 •, 4.84

1-2.70 12.82 12.98

12.56 12.73 12.86 13.07

9577 977981ih-I 95q11

4.94 5.01 5.06 5.14

1.3.23 13.41 13.55 13.81

12.80 12.00

S12.13

:{ il
4.81 0.01 0.24

S• -YY'. T A I KURTcSIS-lVEL II

PER== Is~ GE~ITQTES I110!ES

i11.71 :!11.89

MEAN SE (MAN) ST D1EW

(CEFF. OF VARIATION

NUT=[

j

El.=1

515

C6r•l 790.[1 757-

4.89 4.93 4.96

:

ilI

C

I }et;ccn t> ipcAcn J.anchcirk at the nce is ifc lercw

diztce raLht-1tr The the chin ar:1 the sibra:Je

thi

Lottcva of I.

I.

I

__

____

-

/

-,

I-f

K

* * I

/ II)

*

I

/

6

__

___

Sv1A2•,

Lo. (1i9) --

STNE

S•iRy 6.7 •

*0.03

6.787FI

2.6

7.•19

2.83

SE (MEAN) ST D•JV

0.01 0.20

0.02 0.53

SE ST(IMA5N) DEV

0.01 0.21

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

4.80 8.39

1I=7U24 U2MLT

1.89 3.30

5.35 8.94

M2EDM =MIUMI

2.11 3.52

OF S=BCTEjS

7.6% 3.65

COEFF. OF VAPJXEICNi SYMIERYVETA I IM=ISVETA II

334

NLU'rER OF SU=EJCIS

0.00

5.45 5.68 5.81

1ST 2NDI 3RD

7.4% -0.09 3.50 474

PýRcB=I-Es hlPF1S =.-T IN=s

DirmrirriEN 2.15 2.24 2.29

5.76 6.01 6.15

1ST 2-IND 3RD

2.27 2.37 2.42

5TH 10TH

2.35 2.43

6.33 6.55

5TH 10TH

2.49 2.58

6.29

15TH

2.48

6.69

15TH

2.63

6.39 6.46

20TH 25TH

2.51 2.54

6.79 6.87

20TH 257A

2.67 2.70

6.53

30MH

2.57

5.94

30TH

356H 40TH 451111 50-TfH

2.76 2.78 2.81 2.83

7.25

55TH

2.85

5.97 6.17

6.59 6.65 6.71 6.76

I

ITE

0.52

PERC=rLE

~16.82

IT.

THMU2,YARY STATSTICS

=LrST7C

COOEFF. OF V.pIARICN SY =-1 9IJRIr--!SVETA I! NIUMB

•tJ•1DSAE

6.89 6.95

35TH 40MH 45TH 5$/iT

55TH

60TM 65"H

2.60 2.62 2.64 2.66

7.01 7.07 7.13 7.19

2.69

2.71 2.74

7.31 7.38

60-L65TH

2.73

2.83 2.91

7.02

7 UM

7.45

701E-1

7.10 7.19 7.30 7.44 7.65

2.93

75TH 80TH{ 8571 90TH 957H

2.80 2.83 2.87 2.93 3.01

7.53 7.62 7.73 7.86 8.07

75TH 80TH 85 TH 90TH 95TlH

2.97 3.00 3.04 3.10 3.18

7.79

9711!

3.07

8.20

97TH

3.23

8.29

98Th 9911H

3.26 3.32

7.89 8.04

98TH

99 7i

2.76

3.10 3.16

8A43 517

,

°

A

r

I)

1

51

[/'

It

V2UIABLE INo. CM 0) -1C

JCP CF F-27:-,D

THE SUtIl'ARY STATISTICS 21.86 0.05

4

I

NE7AN SE (IEF)

TH, SUi>21ARY ST===TISTC

8.61 0.02

23.09 0.04

MEAN SE (14.AN)

9.09 0.02

0.86

ST DEV

0.34

0.81

ST DEV

0.32

0.03

SE (SD)

0.01

0.03

SE (SD)

0.01

LN c1% L 4

7.35

20.89

=IM:

8.22

9.55

25.30

•X=YUM

9.96

18..68 24.26

L•a•TXrI4

CEFF. OF VARITN SYINEIRYVETA I KURIrSIS-v-ETA II

1NUMBER

3.9%

CEFF. OF WRIATION

0.03 3.20

OF SUBJECITS

334

PERCMLEL CE=ETI-S

INCHES

SYYz•T7IRYIKUTOSIS-

VErA I VETA II

NUMER OF SUBLECTS l ca=,ITrpr

3.5%

-0.10 2.73

474

1E"ITLES IN=MES

s

19.75 20.12 20.32 20.55 20.85 21.03 21.17 21.29 21.40 21.50 21.60

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th1 10TH 15111 20THI 25TH 30TH 352H 40TH

7.78 7.92 8.00 8.09 8.21 8.28 8.33 8.38 8.42 8.46 8.50

21.21 21.38 21.51 21.69 22.00 22.21 22.39 22.54 22.67 22.79 22.90

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH IC0H 15TH 20TH 25TH 30TH 35TH 40(TIh

8.35 8.42 8.47 8.54 8.66 8.74 8.81 8.87 8.92 8.97 9.02

21.70 21.80 21.91

45TH 50Th 55TH

8.54 8.58 8.63

23.01 23.12 23.22

45TH 50TH 5571h

22.02

9.06 9.10 9.14

60TH

22.15 22.27 22.42 22.59 22.78 23.03 23.37 23.57

65TH 70IM-1 75TH 801H 85TH 90TIh 95TH 97TH

8.67

8.72 8.77 8.83 8.89 8.97 9.06 9.20 9.28

23.33

23.43 23.54 23.66 23.79 23.93 24.11 24.37 24.55

60Th

65TH1 701-H 75TH 80T}{ 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TM

9.18

23.69

98T H

9.33

24.68

23.83

98.7d

9.72

99TIH

9.38

24.90

99TH

9.80

519

.1

9.23 9.27 9.31 9.36 9.42 9.49 9.60 9.65

r

,

I

-

" .

7,,

7...:,

:7

a~~c~bk'z th. ricý-ht and leftfrnxt:orJc larkcftcrar':z on th:-- tc>rý-nL- - c-rczts- cn each sidrs- of the ford:1ctad is m-a-s~urca.

The straicnt1-lLnc

4520

THE SIZIMARY S7aT.ISTICS

10.32 0.03 0. 46

18.88 U0.32

11.87

IMIN SE (M'flN) ST DEW

4.06 0.01 0.18

10.48 0,02 0.49

bMAIN SE (,MEA) ST D WE

4.13 0.01 0.19

SE (SD)

0.01

0.02

SE(SD)

0.01

I=IriN AI)MMI-M

CCEFF. OF W~TZ~1 S1= •,.MTRY -VT I J•UFYJSIS-VF=MA11 NUMI-ER OF SUBJTEC71S

PEAS=

9.21 9.33 9.41 9.53 9.71 9.84 9.94 10.02 10.10 10.16 10.22 10.28 10.34 10.39 10.45 10.50 10.56 10.63 10.69 10.78 10.88 11.05 11.17 11.26 11.43

THE SUMI2IPRY S=2TSTIC8

3.50

9.21

=124

3.63

4.67

12.30

Y.0,UH

4.84

4.4% -0.10 3.23

COrEFF. OF 'ARIXI'TO SYiM='E SUY-VTA 1 }TilGS-VETA 11

334

NUIMBERC OF SU==CS

TIMES 1ST 2ND 3RD 5Th 10TH 15TH 20'H 2 5Th 30TH 35TH 40TH 4•5I • 50Th 553i 60TH-I 65TH 707H 75TH 83cTH 85TH 9c4i 935 7 97T•Ti 5_T S7TH

PESC 3.63 3.67 3.70 3.75 3.82 3.87 3.91 3.94 3.97 4.00 4.02 4.05 4.07 4.09 4.11 4.14 4.16 4.13 4.21 4.24 4.23 4.35 4.40 4.44 I0.6 4.50

75T

4.8

52'

9.38 9.50 9.58 9.69 9.86 9.98 10.08 10.16 10.23 10.30 10.36 10.42 10.548 10.54 10.60 10.66 10 73 10.80 10.88 10.97 11.10 11.29 11.43 11.54 i080 11.73

4.69% 0.19 3.32 474

IES

1ST 2ND 3RD 5THT 1=T 15',H 2 CfH 25Th 30TH 35• 1 40MH 45TA 50T 55TH 60TH 65Th 70.9 75Thl 30Tha 85Th 9m0h 957H 9751 98TH 7[[• 99Th

3.69 3.74 3.77 3.81 3.88 3.93 3.97 4.00 4.03 4.06 4.08 4.10 4.13 4.15 4.17 4.20 4.22

4.25 4.28 44.32 4.37 4.45 4.50 4.54 4.2 4.62

1.

th•e vi~c&c; of t~hu .........

:;

'--;

......

/,

j

-

522-

VAPJAIMME 13. (IM3)

-INOZ

17ZEITMU

ThIM S U-MRY STX7STICS

4

MhE 5TU3"2211Y

3. 15 0.02 0.32 0. 0.01

1M4ZA SE(IM13, ý ) ST DPV SE(SD)

1.24 0.01 0.13 0.01

3.46 0.01 0.31 0.01

,•1 SE(PMDN.f) ST UEV SE(,D)

. A.36 0.01 0.12 0.01

2.33 4.46

K, -,11 .......1fi'4

0.92 1.76

2.78 5.13

IMIT1,MU IN

1, 0(9 2.02

I K80[iZ3IS---VD1A II

8.9% 0.93 .0

03771'. OF VART S'iT=1TSY------,Vh'A 1 iRicSIS--ZrA II 1N47,NT-hR OF SU7Jjr]IiS

10.1% 0.51 3.94

GEF. OF V•A•IT..I.

334

M, I6•R OF SJTS

Pill;71:1 2.33 2. 58 2.61 2.67 2.77 2.84 2.839 2.94 2.98 3.02

1ST 27M) 3PD 571 UOT { 15T{ 2( 1 25'11 30M 32

474

PiTh-3uJJ; 1.00

E

1.03 1. 05 1. 09 1 12 1.14 1.16 1. 18 1.19

2.84 2.90 2.94 3.00 3. 5;9 3.i5 3.20 3. 25 3.29 3.33

1szr 21NT 3RD1 5CI IM/lU 15mi W111Y 2 7111 3C,, 35TH

1.12 11.14 1.16 1.O8 1.22 1.24 I126 1. 23 1.30 1.31

1.02

3.0)

4

1

1.21

3.36

3.10 3.14 3.17 3.21

4CYII

I.mi 5=1{ 55TH CUM

13.A

3.25

60 ?mT

1.22 1.23 1.25 1. 20 1.2.3

1 303

3.40 3.43 3.47 3.50 3.54

3.!.,[[

45MH 5{UH1 55H! CPH 651{1

1.34 ]. 35 1.36 1. 33 1.319

3..3

7531

1 31

3. 62

7.711

3. 3.74

ii 870i1 9Y'{ I95'j,

3.29

1

7{YM7

1. 4

7 3.4 - ,1-3 31.J' 50P 4 9

957A3. 1

1. 34 1. 36 .,1.3' ): 1.45 j. 3"

W 9

0-11

1.53

1

WY9!h

I1

133

4.3

9=

1. V

715E

1

3...-3

51023] 273

nST-M cS

1

1,. 47 1 41

17

zt7r~lt1r

U.?

"nd

1-'l

i;:n

ti

ti

T:1'

J-.rz

at~ tl. tft

of

71-, SZ)Llt.'U

STŽL.&Jj.S~a

0.77 0.01 0.03 0.00

1.97

P-nM

0.25 0.01

(r DEV SE(SD)

0.78 0.01 0.10 0.00

1.23

.4ThrtJ~f 2.1..-=lM

0.48 1.01

1.28 2.65

PIUNPE1 ýK=LM

0.50 1.04

K

O? VARMAYTiCN 2? ?y--9y 1 5iC .. ----- V3TA II

±

EOF 0•?TJJECC7T,

10.9 • 0.05 3.08

(CTF. CF VARTATION 12.4% IT.-EI 1~3 -0.04 KitM -GIS---VETA II 2.83

334

M 0ZT-M OF SUU-CTSCr

474

1.44

1S1T

0.57

1.33

ISTf

0.54

1.53 1. 58 r.63

2NI 3RD 5111

0.60 0.62 0.64

1.70

10]T.{

1.45 1.50 1.56

0.67

2-D 3RD 571-1

0.57 0.59 0.62

1.65

10TH

0.65

1.75

15Th]{

0.69

1.72

15i11

0.68

1.78 1. 121

20TH 25'j."

0.70 0.71

1.77 1.81 1.85 1.83

24TH 2 5111 3C/Il 35111

0.69 0.71 0.73 0.74

1.84

3511

0.73

1.87

35'M

0.74

1.90

40 H

0.75

1.92 1.95

1.91.

45911 52(I'1

4C!YII

0.76 0.77

0.75

1.94 1.9'7

4.,h 5,7111

0.76 0.78

1. C0fI

0.78 0.79

2.01 2.04

5M71 6C81

0."79 0. S0

2.03 2.07

7Or:1

0.80 0.2,1

2.07 2.10

657!1 70GHI

0.81 0.'13

737110

0.83

2.14

75iii

0. 81

2. 15

3(/T

85111 9 51 1

0.85 6 0.f) 9 . 9f" l A.

2. 13 2.23 2.29 2.3...

BGi 8'I'l 92M 9 '] 9:

0. 16 0.23 090 0.9)

977]"H

O.,o

9"]17T

2.43

0195 0,96

97",,

2.43 2,54

0.98

95Th 9Y'HI

0.98 1. 50

0.90

f

"". 2.2 , >S..... -~*

{

S{ ,,

SL-R

MEAN SE(,mu•E? 1 ý5i7 DEW SE (SDI-)

'....F.

if

ME

1.96 0.01 0.21 0.01 2. 6 *

£vi'..'ic

Sqo
:4I

{.I ..... 8

The horizontall di-xe

7

15

i

:•

r-

-1clanvrzfrk cn t1~tpo

t:c

WT)

ThE SM.I-"A..

.5.C

IM

!AD

ThE SUMMARY STATISTICS INC&ES

STATSTICS

"IMMES1ERIS t

21.09 0.04 0.74

ITAN SE(iEA) ST DEV

8.30 0.02 0.29

22.04 0.03 0.71

18.29 , 22.88

M TD,: 1 MMDE4

7.20 9.01

19.51 23.92

S0.03

SE (SD)

CODEFF. OF VAR.ATTGN .SY-AE71 --- VETA 1 KjRIOSIS---VETA II NUZMER OF SJUBJECTS

IiPJCIUT.M

I

3.5% -0.39 3.65

SE(D)

8.68 0.01 0.28

00

7.63 9.42

COEFF. OF VARPATOTN 3.2% SiC2IVPYVEA 1-0.15 KUTCOSISVET2A II 3.16

334

NU3M-E-R OF SMECTS

474

rfES

19.15 19.46 19.65 19.87 20.18 20.33 2u.52 20.65 20.75 20.85

1ST 2ND 3R;3D 5Th 1(.11{ 15TH{ 20MT, 257H 30TH 35TH

20.94

40T]]{

21.03 21.11 ii 21.20 21,29 21.38 21.47 21.53 21.69 21.83 22.O0 22.26 22.42 22.54 22.72

45TH 5T! 557[}{ 697 1 65SIh 7U3111 75V1T 8aPIIi 85T[,ý 9U0{1 95131 97-13 93'2I i 997Th

!I iI

0.02

0.01

NM-•N SE (ZAN) ST DEV

7.54 7.66 7.73 7.82 7.95 8.02 8.08 8.13 8.17 8.21 8.24 8.28 8.31 8.35 8.38 8.42 8.45 8.49 8.54 8.59 8.66) 8.76 8.83 8.87 8.94

527

20.22 20.50 20.66 20.86 21.15 23-33 21.47 21.59 21.69 21.79

IS1T 2ND 3TRD 5T. 10TIh 151H 2 0Thf 251H 39T1 35TH

7.96 8.07 8.13 8.21 8.33 8.40 8.45 8.50 8.54 8.58

21.88

40T(M{

8.61

21.96 22.05 22.13 22.22 22.31 22.41 22.51 22.63 22.77 22.95 23.21 23.38 23.50 23.68

45T"501rJ31 55'11 6,111 65'I9{ 7 0 "1, 1 757180C1I 85THl 901T{ 931 97TJI 95T7H 99131!

8.65 8.63 871 81-75

8.78 82 8.86 8.91 8.97 9.03 9.1.4 9.20 9.25 9.32

The, vertical distznce-eýoo the onýeJ omark cn 'the tio of Umho nose-, aind the horizcntL-al plaz7a ta-ciýonrt to ti7e top u~f the heazd is osr.

)HE

SUMMARY 9fA.TSTICS fCaCT-2D E

14.39

0.04 0.79

11TAN

SE (TAN) ST DEV

'll S12.Y STATiSTI S CaTIETEPS dIcS

5.66

15.29

0.31

0.77

0.02

0.04

0.03

SE(SD)

0.01

0.03

11.93 16.63

EN-TUUI 1•UX1,•4

4.70 6.55

13.35 18.32

COEFF. OF VARTATION SD,2,MThRY-VETA I YTI=!IS-•Vl2A II

NU1iPEl

OF S5U7==IS

5.5% 0.06 3.31

11FNN

SE (EAN) ST DEV

0.30 0.01

NTDI-I1-,1 4AM•IZM

5.26 7.21

NPLBR OF SUBJ-aE-

PER~~~TIL1lý

MITrE

0.01

SE(SD)

mOEFF. OF WN-RIATION SM, 4TY---VETA I M-RSIS--VEIA II

334

6.02

5.0% 0.27 3.31

474

TKZNILES c

DITCHE

= ETS

-T,

12.35

1ST

4.86

13.63

1ST

5.36

12.68

2ND

4.99

13.78

2ND

5.42

12.87 13.10 13.41 13.61 13.75 13.88

31RD 57H l0TH 1571; 20TH 25Th

5.07 5.16 5.28 5.36 5.41 5.46

13.89 14.05 14.31 14.50 14.65 14.78

3RD 5TM 101TH 15Th 20TH 25TH

5.47 5.53 5.64 5.71 5,77 5.82

13.98 14.08 14.18 14.27 14.36 •7501

30611 35Th 40TH 45TH

5.51 5.55 5.58 5.62 5.65

14.89 15.00 15.10 15.19 15.28

36011 35TH 470T 45TH 50TH

5.86 5.90 5.94 5.98 6.02

14.55 14.(-5 14.76 14.88 15.02 15.18 15,,40 15.72

60`171 657H 7C/±I 75Th 8 (Mt1 85711 90M71 95Th

5.73 5.77 5.81 5.86 5.91 5.98 6,06 6.19

15.47 15.56 1.5.67 15.78 15.90 16.05 16.25 16.57

60Th 65Th 701TT11 757H 80Mh 85TH 90Th 95Th

6.09 6.13 6.17 6.21 6.26 6.32 6.40 6.52

97Th

6.27

16.80

97TH

6.61

2.5.94

16.10 16.34

987H 953TH

6.34 6.43

16.99 17.32

529

9307H 99T1h

6.69 6.82

(136)

-.

*

S=LT~F2f

C7 1YIU_'\-D

~~The horizcrntal dLstnc2

ctx1

tle C'Il7~icn 1

rkat

t1he Oc&znt point

head is TrcEaurFed.

oftb o t~roe ro

I

_

pr

ndt-~vetca

_

_

_

_

_

_

tngntt

te

ak

f>h

/

FM-D

THE SMT•vVRY STATSM CM

S} i

~CERIUM

Zi 11

18.99 0~ .04 S16.48

MA

19.80 0.03

SE (IE,N)

7.79 0.01

SE (SD)

0.01

0,.02

SE (SD)

0.01

1-,MTIU •,5M

6.4A9 8.05

17.66 21.59

=1-,,'U

8.50

SEST01TAI) DEV

0.03 20.45

CEFFT. OF VARwAhTUI SYIEA hY-VETA I KJ= IS----VETA II

OF SUBt-h,-=S P•=

CE f DI T-7 [i

[i

I18.35

SUv,LýVY STATSTICS CN•IL•ICE

7.48 0.01

0.65

NLUB=

TH

INSCHES

0.26

0.63

TIM

ST DEV

_M=M

COEFF. OF VWmRATCN

3.4% -0.36 3.42

SYM=.Y-VETA T KUJIJTSIS-,-VI9k Ii

334

NU?_

INCHES

CE

OF SUaTECTS PERCEY7IIZ PE LES

,LP=•S

0S25

6.95

3.2% -0.09 3.18

474

INCHES

17.27

1,5-2D

2ST

6.80

6.118.50

18.31

isT

2ND

7.21

17.71

3RD

6.97

18.62

3RD

7.33

18.18

10T'H

7.16

19.01

1I0IH

7.43

18.48 18.59

15TH 20TH 2513

7.23 7.28 7.32

19.16 19.28 19.33

15ThT20TH 25111

7.54 7.59 7.63

18.68

30TH

7.36

19.48

30TH

7.67

28.77 18.85 1.8.93 19.01 19.09 19.17 19.25 1934

35TH 40TIH 45T-H 50Tqh 35TH 60TH 65TH 70TH

7.39 7.42 7.45 7.48 7.52 7.55 7.58 7.61

19.56 19.64 19.72 19.80 19.87 19.95 20.03 20.12

35TH 40'l1h 457H 5OTh 55UH 60TH{ 65TH 70T{

7.70 7.73 7.76 7.79 7.82 7.85 7.89 7.92

19.44

75111

7.65

20.21

75TH

7.96

19.54 19.66 19. 82 20.03 20.16 20.24 20.36

80aH 85-1.H 90TH 95TM 97TH, 98TH 99"!M,

7.69 7.74 7.80 7.89 7.94 7.97 8.02

20.31 20.43 20,59 20.81 20.96 21.06 21.22

80THi 85TH 90oT-H 95Th 97T-Ih 98-M 99TH

8.00 8.05 8.10 8.19 8.25 8.29 8.35

531I

7.28

[

(1-137)

SF2llc.-ýP C-F ThD

The vartical distallico ;:e-,*-.n the- celicticnlrt at the ~-tpoin~t ofthe roo-t of the rc- ardc the horizocnt~al plare, tznen~rt to the top of the head is r, aourmcd.

532

SuMTSTICS

7£1-E SUMý,T.?RY SMAT.ISTIS ITHINEES PS

INcHB~3

10.52 0.04 0.69 0.03

MTAN SE(••-N) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.14 0.02 0.27 0.01

10.99 0.03 0.64 0.02

NEAN SE(INZ-M) ST DEV SE(SD)

4.33 0.01 0.25 0.01

8.59

N•IUM

3.38

9.49

=EmwNl

3.74

2"

4.96

13.40

IMMTLdH

5.28

12.60

COEFF. OF =vX7APlTT SYTIS=RY-VETA I KUrWOSISVETA II NMER OF SUBTECTS

z •

PERM==•I q'•iraT

6.5% 0.19 3.22

COEFF. OF VA:2TATIcN S•MIYVETA I KTmISVEEA II

334

5.8% 0.27 3.14

NUNBEP. OF SU=BJCTS

E

474

PERCEN'I IM CENTMI-2:,16 iý,Ta

DI=

8.93

1ST

3.52

9.54

1ST

3.76

9.13 9.25 9.42 9.66 9.83 9.95 10.06 10.16 10.25 10.33 10.42 10.50 10.58 10.67 10.76 10.85 10.95 11.07 11.22 11.41 11.70 11.91 12.08 12.35

2ND 3RD 5TH 10TH 15TH 20Th 25Wh 39IH 35Th 40TH 45TH 50TH 55TII 60YH 65qTI 70GTH 75IH 80TH1 25TH 90GTH 95TH 97TH 98TH 99MH

3.60 3.64 3.71 3.80 3.87 3.92 3.96 4.00 4.03 4.07 4.10 4.13 4.17 4.20 4.23 4.27 4.31 4.36 4.42 4.49 4.61 4.69 4.76 4.86

9.73 9.85 9.99 10.20 10.34 10.45 10.54 10.63 10.72 10.80 10.88 10.95 11.04 11.12 11,21 11.30 11.41 11.52 11.66 11.83 12.07 12.21 12.31 12.44

2ND 31D 5TH 10TH 15TH 20TH 25Thl 30TH 35TIh 40TH 45TE 50TH 55TH 607T1 65TH 70Til 75'h80TH 85T-h 90ITH 95TH 97Th 98ThI 99TH

3.83 3.88 3.93 4.02 4.07 4.11 4.15 4.19 4.22 4.25 4.28 4.31 4.35 4.38 4.41 4.45 4.49 4.54 4.59 4.66 4.75 4.81 4.85 4.90

533

~

S

The horizorltzS clintcnce hct-,.c.cn the tclo larf,:=.rjk at tho ce-ntcr of th.2 mi.-,ih vtihearc the- lir~s tcuch ;hnthe mcuth is- cloc-cd andi t-2atce ln t~anjent to tý-:.o x- c of the hcý7d is osr.

'7:

wV2,RIAULE-

D.

n15C) -mTc-'

lim~h

C-F ImmD

THE SUM'= ST-ki'TSTTOSl mH SUM.MARY SWSISTCS CIFNI- = IIRSn~amsCENTDnF1ErE. DINCES 18.99 0.04 0.91 S.03

14EAN SE (IFVA) S'.P DLI SE(SD)

7.43 0.02 0.32 0.01

19.77 0.04 0.77 0.03

1'-AN SE (MIN) ST DEV SE (SD)

7.78 0.01 0.30 0.01

16.26 21.38

IrDrNIc]I I-W,1'•24

6.40 8.42

17.62 22.25

=2-7JTMŽ I3kA•H

6.94 8.76

OF V -F. T S2-24=EIRY-VLj, i 1K3RTOSIS ---VETA I1 NTJP1B=

OF SUMM3"•MS

4.2% 0.00 3.41

COMFF, OF V2'WIAýfO ST~lfEY1-VrTA 1 73RIUCISVETA Ii

3.9%' 0.13 3.07

334

'NUMB-R- OF SqUBECTIS

474

FCMIEIzRmESp

E'ITFS

17.12 17.37 17.52 17.71 18.00 18.19 18.33 18.46 18.57 18.68 :18.78 18.87 18.97 19.07 19.17 19.27 19. 38 19,51 19.65 19.81 20.02 20.•4 20.55 20.7 0 1- 94

iST 2iD 3R7 5E 1 10 _-iTH 15T-H 20MIT1 257H 30T7H 35T7140TH 45TH 5O3'7-I 55TH 60TH 651H 70TH 75Th 80ah! 8511{ 90TH 95ITH 97119801:-T 99Q1-

6.74 6.84 6.90 6.97 7.09 7.16 7.22 7.27 7.31 7.35 7.39 7.43 7.47 7.51 7.55 7.59 7.63 7.68 7.73 7.80 7.88 8.01 8.09 8.15 3.24

17.91 18.16 13.31 18.51 18.79 18.98 19.13 19.25 19.36 19.46 19.56 19.66 19.75 19.85 19.95 20.05 20.16 20.28 20.41 20.57 20.78 21.08 21.28 21.43 21.65

535

1S7T 2N•D 3PI) 5 ITh 10TH 15TH 20(71 25T•h 30-TH 35Ti 40Th 45-tH 50 1 55TH 60-17 65TH 70 11 757H ROrllh 851 9=1H 95TH 977M{ 98T51 99 7-1

7.05 7.15 7.21 7.29 7.40 7.47 7.53 7.58 7.62 7.66 7.70 7.74 7.78 7.81 7.85 7.89 7.94 7.98 8.041 8-.10 8.18 8.30 8.33 8.44 8.52

r--77

t

'77

I h~scm~ l.r: ar.L'7.rk at the ~;.~ of tlEŽ tcuc-h ý-hln nh2ri;'LJi i- cloco.-d xrd tIhe Lori'.7c~rt'l]. ntO t.1, t~~tnOf tl.Ž,_ hvis. mŽvun

lbe voxlrt-ics.tcL~tr ricuth i.2. i. tllrc

plarn. tn

$j

7i1 vimazT

ro.

fjCfCN-~ -9

=,D

E" rý.IM

I

17.60

4

*

LEAN

6.93

13.59

10

7.32

SECCAN)

0.02

0.03

STE-(,,

Z-1) 0.01

0.76 0.03

Si 33EV SE(SD)

0.30 0.01

0.73 0.02

ST EIEV SE(SD)

0.29 0.01

15.26

117. 1~x2.M -

6.01 7.30

16.49 20.80

MUDTh,'T-1 I'~i~A M)

8.19

OF. Ol',.V.RLI7ICNl 5770 0.. 7E,!RY--WET-A

1.

FrY3IIS---V[1iA ii

4. 3METIF. 0. 10 3.24,--

6.49

OF VARTATIONC, 3.91 '-EZ 1Y2.0 0. 11 f II 2.3

NL7',2.2 OF

-Ul.3ECMS

334

1.5,70 16.1

D 711 3533

6 . 13 6.37

17. 05 17.20

"'fI 2.1,D

63.71 6.77

16.01 16.40 S16.68 1)6.85 1 17.10

23:D 57 1 1I 15,11 231. ,99 25f1 37;

6.37 6.45 6. 57 6.64 6.69 6.73 6.77l1

17.29 17.43 17.66

2ND f;111 'UI/I i fl{ 21Lfi

6.81 6.365 6.95 7.02 7.07 7. 12 " 1

-7 ..30

35" 129

6.01. f7' ý 1

17.39 17. 43 17.57 5,2/

1"'71f '.11! ,I

6.:.5 6.. 5. ..'•,

6/n :4,,1 "U,7(1 '-3' 'K {

S]~~~.7.20

7 .7, 17.43, ]43 . 4:'.

S.:1

7

.... 37 21

19.1.3'

S7 2

*.--R

.

'1

OF ScUrl_337•7-5

.7.82

17. 96

03

2.

. ].V'.:•

1, 1

358

2;

4

717.7. 6. 0)

'402"3

7.03 7,.7

1".07 13.0.1 Y.47


7 '17

474

7.20

1. * .1-3.43 12,97 18,67 ]3.7?

6."5

!.91

S*

slli

0.04

419.80

*

,I

0

.,12! 4,1

, ] )

,,',

7 24 7,27 7.1 7:"335 7. V 7.3I 7.401 7 ,'•-,

••-

.1 )3,,

," .S7.

.'< ) 2V{4' 21'

7.1~.1: 7 < 7. . '{

o.: 2.., ( ] -C, 0 -:4(2 0 '-*

,4.,-.'.4, !Z

7

20..),

6

3',

221 2

?'i2 N '217

2.-.:,;?

'

'7. "-,7 ' 1

7."

:15 :, 1{t

7

c

1~o

nwntE

maeMtr

e

h

nea

7 VAXADII3 15,. (I.-10) -- TJN7

i3D1

CT 1U92:D 11P =11S

q1M SU'XARY STATISTICS IST=S DCICEL 19.49 0.04 0.75

WAN SE (MA-IN) ST DEV

7.67 0.02 0.30

20.30 0.03 0.71

0.03

SE(SD)

0.01

16.58 21.35

1-JiVCM M2,X3TU-M

6.53 8.41

SrZPEFF. OF VA TIATICIN *1

S•,']i2'RY-VETA 1 i~qJDIS---VETA II CuBc-, OF SUTBJECTS

)I

'!2E SU2KK1Y STATISTrIcs IiETE-RS pc

m T iŽ!LTKS 17.69 17.92 13.07

3.8% -0.32 3.61

M4EAN SE (141TN) ST DEEV

7.99 0.01 0.28

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

18.07 22.41

MDTD-1UM 1IN72,4

7.11 8.82

CD=-c.

OF VARIATICN 1 1•JRuTxIrS----V1rA Ii

334

BU7TBER OF SUB3jECS

=1 DZI 1-1-3

INGh11-S iS. 2ND 3 RD

6.97 7.06 7.11

18.57 18.82 18.96

18.26

5Th

7.19

13.55 18.74

IOU! 15Tih

7.30 7.38

18.89

20"il{

19.02 19.13 19.24 19.33 19.43 19.52 19.61 19.70 19,79 19,89 20.00 20.12 20. 25 20.43

2551 3(c{ 35"1 4 IU45711 1 50ou 55TI 6W1 65Th 70% 75Th1 8 W"f 8P5Th 910i 01.-63 9VD 97Th 98Th 9W?

22.85 22.93 1 . 18

474

r, icR 1ST" 221D 3RD

7.31 7.41 7.46

19.14

5EI

7.54

19.40 19.57

IOU!I 15"111

7.64 7.71

7.44

19.71

2GTH

7.76

7.49 7.53 7.57 7.61 7.65 7.63 7.72 7.76 7.79 7.83 7.37 7.92 7.97 8.80;

19.82 19.92 20.02 20.11 20.20 20.29 20.38 20.43 20.57 20,8 20.79 20.92 21.,• 21.24

25TH 30Th{ 35Th1 4,71 451T7 50un 55Th 6UNi 65Th 7C8 W1 /5i s071 3°u 9un1

7.80 7.84 7.83 7.92 7.95 7.99 8.02 8.06 8.10 8.14 3.19 3.23 3.29) B.36

8.14,

21.49

9531

8.46

8.21 3.26 8.34

21.64 & 21.73 21.06

97E1

8.52 8.5 3 3.61

539

S<.3

3, 5! -0.05 2.96

957•

r)r

Fl

71

THE SS;2ARY STATISTICS M=111, =PEZ DTNCMES

C

THE SU!JSflY STIa-STICs CFNIT-D.TF

5.01

MNTAN

1.97

5.24

MTAN

2.06

0.02 0.36 o0.01

SE (1T•N) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.01 0.14 0.01

0.02 0.36 0.01

SE(.MTN) ST DEV SE(SD)

0.01 0.14 0.01

4.04

I'IiTJ2,

1.59

4.28

laIfNI2'i24

1.69

6.46

IWIU-M

2.54

6.36

ini];M-22M

2.50

. OF VARIA-TION

7.2%

CMTE.

SYM4J9fIRY--VEIA

I

0.21

SIHY--VE•fA

I

0.17

F =icSIS-VELA

11

3.32

1PT0IS--:VETA 1!

2.99

NUM=B

OF

UBJZE0TS

334

NMUTTIrI

OF VAREVIUTCN

OF SUT1=2S

=nCTUrIID

4.17 4.29

IST 2NTD

4.35 4.44 4.56 4.64 4.70 4.76

F2G

6.8%

474

IfI.Fs

1.64 1.69

4.42 4.52

1ST 2ND

1.74 1.78

3PRD

1.71

4.58

3PD

1.80

5TH 1 fIH 15TH 20'H 25TH

1.75 1.80 1,83 1,35 1.87

4.66 4.78 4.87 4.94 4.99

57H 1iT• 15Th 20Th "15T7,

1.84 1.88 1.92 1.94 1.97

4.81

30THi

1.89

5.04

303i{

1.99

4.86 4.90 4.95 5.00

35711 40TH 45TH 50TM

1.91 1.93 1.95 1.97

5.09 5.14 5.18 5.22

356M 40Th11 45Th1 .,J,

2.00 2.02 2.04 2.06

5.04

55TI

1.98

5.27

555TIH

2.07

5.09 5.14 5.9

6,0,lti 65TH 7CMH

2. o0 2.02 2. 05

5-31 5.365 5.41

601H -5T 7~lIT

2.09 2. 11 2.13

5.25

7 51,1

2.07

5.41S

75TN

2.15

5.32 5.39 5.49 5.61 5.69 5.73 5.79

30TH 85T. 99T1 951-119 7h-I 9?0TH 99111

2. 03 2.12 2.16 2.21. 2.24 2.26 2.28

5.53 5.60 5.69 5.84 5.93 6.00 6.12

8cfiH-1 85T1 90CTH 9511{ 9 7Th 9.11 99•{

2. 18 2.20 2.24 2.30 2.34 2 .36 2.41

I

*

I

(I1112)

:- L 2 (LEf

Te ve-rdoal.i-~

the hoiotl

CFI17-7

Tf' z

u-ýc ý su> I~c~

ar-.-: tza-rry-int to t

lar:ý.&ak urx~ez the r,=D and

tcp of t-n hzzd is

rerasred.

VART.A=iE lr,. (1142) -5012 .ASAT2,-JMP OF L-,"-h

THE SUIARY STkriSTICs

SUlxARIY S.VTArISTICS

15.49 0.04 0.72 0.03

MEAN SE (MEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

6.10 0.02 0.28 0.01

16.18 0.03 0.71 0.02

MIENL SE (MZAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

6.37 0.01 0.28 0.01

12.96 17.50

TU,•NUjM l i•i,•ý4

5.10 6.89

14.13 18.91

lU-, MAX12,Uo

5.56 7.44

COEFF. OF VARIATION SYf>vISRY-VIlA I PMbrOSIS---.VETA II NrU-MEF

OF S0"nEcrs

4.6% 0.04 3.43

COEFF. OF VARiATICE 4.4% S*Y EI'-RY--VETA I 0.23 II 1TIS-VE 3.22

334

NT4BM OF SU33EIS

XSlTZETP

474

DiUc-IU ss

13.72 13.99 14.14 14.34 14.61

1ST 2ND 3PD 5111 OT•H

5.40 5.51 5.57 5.65 5.75

14.65 14.30 14.90 15.04 15.28

1ST 2ND 3RD 5TH 10711

14.78

5.77 5.82 5.86 5.92 6.01

15TH

5.82

14.92

25Th

5.87

15.44

15TH

6.08

15.03 15.13 15.22 15.30 15.39 15.47 15.56 15.64 15.73 15.83 15.94 16.07 16.22 16.42 16.72 16.93 17.09

25TH 30TH 35TM 40T.H 45M1h 50TH 5574 60q11 65TH 70T17 75711 8011 85,1[1{ 9T1[H 95 II 97-Th, 98TH

5.92 5.95 5.99 6.02 6.06 6.09 C.12 6.16 6.19 6.23 6.28 6.33 6.39 6.46 6.58 6.67 6.73

15.69 15.79 15.89 15.98 16.07 16.16 16.25 16.34 16.43 16.53 16. 63 16.76 16.90 17.09 17.38 17.55 17.7.4

17.35

95 IM

6.83

18.0

15.57

20Td

6.13

25TH 30111 35TH 40ThW 45TH 5 07l1 55T1I 60TH 65Th 70rf}i 75TH 800Th 85TH 90111 95Th 97111 OaE

6.13 6.22 6.26 6.29 6,33 6.36 6.40 6.43 6.47 6.51 6.55 6.60 6.65 6.73 6.84 6.92 6.98

9T9i

7.09

I

543

j

The hori-cn-"a dizar~ce bz~t-;Cc-n the tracjicn larZcoark%on thea ca-rtiling-ncus tangenrt to the baark of flap in frcr.-- of th ~rooand tcvriclplane 1'he valuas of t~he ric~ht and~ left dirroknirs are the he.Fc,, is ;rc-aurccd. averagcd.

LI

DEM STJ1Ki1ARY ST•hT

CS

THE SL7TE•RY STATISTICS

9.72 0.03 0.58 0.02

]IMN SE(?_I) ST LVV sE(SD)

3.83 0.01 0.23 0.01

9.86 0.02 0.52 0.02

E-AIN S EHBN) ST DEV SE((S)

2 88 0.01 0.20 0.01

7.99 11.57

IIET.M 14

3.15 4.56

8.26 11.34

M/AM[IN Yi

3.25 4.46

CX-EFF. OF V•ARThTC 6.0% SUN3,JY---VEnIA 1-0.01

CC,. OF V-AtLTICx TDie7;XRY-VLTA 1

NUTER OF SUB3ECS

YL7.=

KMCIS--V•TM\' 11

CI=2,lEI =1

3.24

,•J=-•C•S--VET

334

II

OF SU=_CTS

NCHESC=.vLZ3

5.2% 0.18

2.8S 474

=

8.28 8.48 8.61 8.77 9.00 9.15 9.26

1ST 2ND 3RD 5Tl ITH 15TH 2U011

3.26 3.34 3.39 3.45 3.54 3.60 3.65

8.77 8.8&3 8.96 9.06 9.22 9.33 9.42

9.36

1ST 2IND 3RD 5TH 10ut 15TH 20THlH

25TH

3.45 3.50 3.53 3.57 3.63 3.67 3.71

3.68

9.50

25TH

9.44 9.52 9.59

3.74

30TH 357H 40TH

3.72 3.75 3.77

9.57 9.64 9.71

30TH 35TH 40TH

3.77 3.80 3.82

45TH 50THM 55TH 60TH 65TH 701TH 75TH 80TH 85TH 9Tul 95TH{ 9=/ 98sqT 9I5TH

3.80 3.83 3,85 3.88 3.91 3.94 3.97 4.01 4.05 4.11 4.20 4.26 4.31 4.38

9.77 9.84 9.91 9.98 10.05 10.13 10.21 10.31 10.42 10.56 10.76 10.89 10.98 11.12

45UTH 50Th 55TH 60TH 651TH 70TH 75TH 8CTXH 85TH{ 90TH 95TH 9,T71 98Th 991T

3.85 3.87 3.90 3.93 3.96 3.99 4.02 4.06 4.10 4.16 4.24 4.29 4.32 4.3

9.66 9.72 9.79 9.86 9.93 10.01 10.09 10.18 10.29 10.44 10. 66 10.82 10.94 11.14

545

A

OW14)

IPMUIM? OF EUTII

The veriticafl ditnc

cbe

i-ie trcinlar22ark cn thje

flap in frcrit off theýc Larl~oie an- t±
h

vavuc-- of the ricjht and left diezicrare

---------

51 r.

/V

/i

FE

rHE SU••MRY CEWTMETERS

M

TATISTICS

12.48 0.03 0.54

MEAN SE(MYAT) ST DqV

4.91 0.01 0.21

0.02

SE (SD)

11.00 14.52

PailTnJum MA.INJ

CEFF. OF VAIATION SY'NMETRY-VETA I I9J.EI0S-I---VETA Ii

PTmFs

THE SUO.,RY STAISJTIrCS vzy'MiETIES TlICHES

0.01

MAN SE(ZTAN;) ST DEV SE (SD)

5.14 0.01 0.22 0.01

4.33 5.72

11.48 14.98

MRTDrI•, MAXTMU2,

4.52 5.90

4.3% 0.28 3.55

C07FF. OF VAAP•ATON SY"EM Y---7VE] I I
334

NUZSM- OF SUBJECTS

lFES IST 2ND

..

13.05 0.03 0.55 0.02

NU~MBER OF SUBJECTS

11.13 11.36 11.48 11.64

=-

pTCE.

4.2% 0.09 3.06 474

INCI-r,s

3RD

4.38 4.47

4.52

11.77 11.91

IST 2ND

5TH

4.58

3RD

4.73

12.14

5rrH

11.84 11.96 12.06 12.14

4.78

10T-H 15Th 20TH 25TH

4.66 4.71 4.75 4.78

12.34 12.47 12.58 12.68

1o'-,iH 15TH 20TH{ 25TH

4.86 4.91 4.95 4.99

12.20 12.27 12.33 12.39 12.45 12.51 12.56 12.65 12.72 12.81 12.90 13.02 13.18 13.42 13.59 13.71 13.91

30iIH 35TH 40TH 457H 50alH 557, 6G1H 65TH 70T4H 75THI

4.81 4.83 4.85 4.88 4.90 4.93 4.95 4.98 5.01 5.04 5.08 5.13 5.19 5.28 5.35 5.40 5.48

12.76 12.84 12.91 12.98 13.05 13.12 i3.19 13.26 13.34 13.42 13.51 13.62 13.76 13.97 14.11 14.22 14.39

3.0TH 357H 40TH 4571 50TH 55Mh 60T/H 65.-TH 70TH 7591H

5.02 5.05 5.0C 5.11 5.14 5.16 5.19 5.22 5ý25 5.28 5.32 5.36 5.42 5.50 5.56 5.60 5.66

801H 85TH 9 0TiH 95TH 97TiH 98q7H 99TH

12.01

547

80T H 85TH 90TH 95TH 97TH 98TM 99TH

4.63 4.69

The horizcntal distano:2 btlc-:n c zy.r,-icn lainftark on the- zyý,c:;,tic arch, or unem ccb-e and the, vecztic,-il plar:-2 tc-cjmt to the bzac.'ý of theý h,7,,d is -,isu-cd llý values of teri-,lht and leýft dimenicns are- avcr--rn:..

I: UM Su•,•,•RY

STATTSTICS

CT!4 TE m

THE CTThC-

;haES

ST1mSI"CS C>,DAY"

] i2

12.72 0.04 0.75 0.03

IMEAN SZ(iEAN) ST DEV S (SD)

5.01 0.02 0.30 0.01

13.21 0.03 0.57 0.ou2

TrEAN SE(H'EI) ST L07 SEED)

5.20 0.01 0.22 0. 0

10.67

MITrN,174

4.20

11.48

15.34

!,rM-ziT

iH3UM

,

4.52

6.04

14.90

H

5.87

COE-F. OF VR-ILCZTIN IKJ0IS--V-EL

II

NITIER OF SUBJ EC=

11.06

5.9%

CCEFF.

1~n-vr 0,06

SNE

3.02 334

X4,

OF V2W2,JTOCN 4.3% yTAI 0.00 II 11AKDSLS-V•_ 2.90

NUOER CF SUBJEC-iT

11.31 11.46 11.73 11.92 12.08 12.21 12.33 12.44 12.54.

4.35 4.43 4.45 4.51 4.62 4.69 4.7C. 4.81 4.85 4.90 4.94

11.84 12.04 12.15 12.30 12.50 12.64 12.74 1-2.83 12.91 12.98 13.06

1ST 2No 3RD 5TH 10TIH 1-5TH 2CrLH 25TH 30TIH 35T11 40MH

4.66 4.74 4.78 4.84 4.92 4.98 5.02 5.05 5.08 5.11 5.14

12.64 12.73 12.83 12.92 13.02 13.12

45T-lH 50UH 51%, 60TH 65Th 70TH

4.93 5.01 5.05 5.09 5.13 5.17

13.13 13.20 13.27 13.34 13.42 13.50

45Th 5 0TiH1 55TH 60MH 65TH 70ThM

5.17 5.20 5.23 5.25 5.28 5.32

13.23

751'1h

5.21

13.59

75TH

5.35

13.35 13.49 13.67 23.95 14.14 1.430

8 0i7,1 85 i" 90TH 95I) 97TH 9 S7 -

5.26 5.31 5.3 5.49 5.57 5.63

13.69 13.81 13.96 14.17 14.29 14.37

14,57

99iH

5.74

14.41

-'4 9

F

474

1mT 2N-D 32R 5T•IH 10TH 15TuH 2011H 25711 30GTH 35UH 4 .TH

11.20

i!

8071f 85TH 90TH 957I 97=/H 98ThI

5.39 5.44 5.50 5. 158 5.63 5.66

99FH

5.70

]

'I (Th7 6)

?.ycTCr-irP

'xi.c-fl

C? IY2i)

(L 2;wcŽ

head in masurcd. ava ncjciA.

ffi>'n

'Ibe v1um

11:2

of

zyj ion I

2r3:

on tW

11: ri(ThL wi I At di

miic 2n$iCFU3

m:tl, rŽ

/

I------

KiJ> -

17

I,

-

(\

.2/ -N

1-

1

v2RATi3

'1

DT0, (:46

CIECI CK? i~ai =11t4

M72222

4, 97

13.10

0.03

S :(=IA)

0.01

0.03

SFj(ýN

0.01.

0.02

SE (SD)

0.01

0.02

SE(SD)

0.01

11.23

_*iM

4.42

11.20

14INIT1fM

14.10

WIQ'XT

5.55

14.318i

2

S7YY2KSTPY--V7i'TA

2FF

0.25xrc~

1.

41

S 11.09 11.71 11.85

12.02.

o12.41 ':2.45

324

157

.. yo AD. 5M loll

A*'.9'':

2.60

12.75

21H

5.22

oi.. W

371)

oom

4.91

1

M

10-. 4-A1

V{~ ...

.A1. 7

A•..... A' . 'A

Goo

¾ 3.1'AA

4.71

1

7A,

}

12. 1

12.7

02

Co

l

12.7I

AM,

:2 . 2. A7T 9

797

A.-

A 2. A

..

V

,

077 .

A' A" AA

.

9A

-5. n.

1

A1

70

5

5.A

7. A!

.5,

.'A5

,

A'

A

.A.

1

i

A4.3.

71

077.

-A :". .•*A-A

A..AA

A .

A

]A]AAA .42

90.,

3 .

5. 43 A.

~

. ..

4

A. 2

31

11

. U:1.14WT

.,.A'

AA

A.:

,•

:< : "

4.T

.1.0 . AT

T9 •

4.73" 4.7 i 4. 22

AI.R

i ,

0-0

4.Z 1

21

4,

474

A(.•'!

S

12.12 12.25

4.73.

5.83

~;C2

" 'A...... 32.02

4""• 16 4. 4.61, 4. Q

17

122

J

A,0,0 0 .03

M2 23M) 07,

-'-A...

4.45)

4.1'

07

-AA'tA.A''0.03A

12AS

i

3347:'1

•m

5.1A

12. 62

5A. A 3.A"

'I4

'i~~~~~~~~~hŽ~~~~ d2;.:cT :ct:v h iz:<1 hpýc nrry (y<

C)'~ f~

ofi

ttha

z

.hlA

f..i 1

i;~~~:;cf

Ž iarr>-Irk at th IIn -~:7~~

or

r3t. r4..iŽ

t o t 1,. left dr~rirsa-

ur O'' c n>~. t

1.

-.

anc

L1 .O.c

711

V

'IE

hllAR1E ANO. (E147) -Y

SU1':'ARY S•A=ISTICS

2iI

CK C07' =10A

riE StU,,IlvR

SYA!jTATISCS

16.255% !IE 0.04 SE (T Y) 0.63 ST DNEV 0.02 SE (SD)

6.40 0.01 0.25 0.01

17.27 0.03 0.56 0.02

MEAN SE(FUN) ST rE V SE (SD)

6.80 0.01 0.22 0.01

13.47 17.94

5.30 7.06

15.61 18.86

N14THlX1 MATI

6.15 7.43

lTyMM1TI MAKUM-•0

lCEFF. OF VPATTHN SY3TY-1F lKULRTSIS--ViL\ !I I:7UB18

OF SU 312C=fS

3.9% -0.50 4.22 334

a_=*-:. OF VYRPATICH SZ:,l>0TjPY-VEMI

47TTI, OF SCUPECPS

14.50 14.81 14.98

UST2 2ND 3PRD

5.71 5,83 5.90

15.98 16.12 16.21

1-M) 2ND 3RD

15.19 15.47 15. 64 15.77 15.87 13.96 16.04 16.12 16.20 I).27 l 6.35 176.42 16.50 16.53 ]16.67 16.783 16.9S0 17.05 17. 26 17.40 17.49 17.62

5,1H 10TH 1 5THl 2("TH 25718 3CfHi 35ST1 4T'H 45T 501311 55... 6(6/1 1 65T1h 7(7111 751T1 3 5ThM 971Th 5.71 9T721 9013{ 96i 1

5.93 6.09 6. 16 6.21 6.25 6.23 6.32 6. 35 6.33 6.41 6.44 6.47 6.50 6.53 6.56 6 50 6.65 6.71 6.30 6.85 6.989 6..4

16.33 16.54 161. 68 16.79 16.89 16.93 17.06 17.13 17.21 17.28 17.35 17.42 17.49 17.57 ]7.6(5 17.74

51n 16/H1 ISTII 20fTh 251171 36/131 3 5'M 4 CY171 45U1 56/•:f1•1 5.5T 60Th 651h 76/PH "71 8011{ r:,] '.7.C;,5 9("1 5)1 971M Th 0512

17.953 1 1.191 13,22 3,43 18.00

3.3%

1 0.01 Ii 11<$,IS--V•I 2.87 474

6.29 6.35 6.28 6.4 6.5-1 6.57 6.61 6.65 6.69 6.72 6.75 6.77 6.30 6. 83 6.82 6.39 ( 92 6 395 6 .9 7. 3 7. C 7.16 7.21 7.25 7.32

1

Thne vc~rticald iist,=7Cý2ct:;

iaarg ½-Lof the Y-r

Iof

th ,e

j

~'~rri

e%,:2ckc ard1tehrzri

isd r a u W

~Tr~r at h zir plalre tarceý,nt to thbzý tcný

ciiroei~ioa,n Tlhe: v aluco- of he r `ic t and left

-

77,

-rcP

S'Ii

~~~WAR-1.7Er

*

ED.

S

iw~O

Cp~ F rL•AD

~11 ThEi~sEll

INCITs

9.93 0.03 0.61 0.02

MIEA SE(YEAN) ST DEV SE (SD)

3.91 0.01 0.24 0.01

10.49 0.03 0.58 0.02

I=N SEO(MEA) ST DEV SE (Si)

4.13 0.01 0.23 0.01

8.21 11. 81

111ME-7UN111 IMMT5j%

3.23 4.65

8.78 12.63

XINUiflM' MrA=17,U

3.46 4.97

SCO.EFF.

OF VYPTACN

SY•',TRPY--VE1A K =,DsIS-VSTA

N[;E U

CF1NTm E'Th

i Ti

oF SOE1,=E-fS

___PCE

I

6.2% 0.24

C£OFJ'F. OF "WTURTIGAN SYNME1=Y- VETA I }IT ISVM'A II

3.23 334

NIWBE,

OF SUEJECIS

NCS

PECIITTLES

5.5% 0.19 3.22 474

M

8.47

lET

3.34

9.19

loT

3.62

8.71

21TD

3.43

9.35

21D

3.68

8.84 9.00

3RD 5TH

3.48 3.54

9.44 9.57

2RD 5Th

3.72 3.77

"9.21

10TH

3.63

9.76

I10Th

3.84

9.34 9.44

i15TH 201H

3.68 3.72

9.89 10.00

15Th 20TH

3.90 3.94

9.53

251I-

3.75

3.97

30,71 35T1h 4UTH1 45Th 50TH 55TIh1 6U1Th1 65Thi 701-l 75TH11 3(' 11 85TH 90T H 95Th 97Th{ 98Th 99Th{

3.78 3.81 3.84 3.87 3.89 3.92 3.95 3.99 4,02 4.06 4.11 4.16 4.23 4.34 4.40 4.45 4.52

10.09 10.18 10.25 10.33 10.40 10.48 10.55 10.63 10.70 10.79 10. 83 i. 98 11.ii 11.26 11.49 11.63 11.74 11.90

25Th

9.60 9. 68 9.75 9.82 9.89 9.97 .10.04 10.13 10.22 10.32 10.44 10.57 10.75 .1.02 11.19 11.30 11.47

30TIH 35111 40TH 45Th} 59ITH 55111 6(713i 65TH 7(7Th 75Th{ I(f111 85TH 90[11 95TM 97T.ih 987T, 995Th{

4.01 4.04 4.07 4.10 4.12 4.1, 4.18 4.22 4.25 4.28 4.32 4,37 4.43 4.52 4.50 4. 62 4.68

it

553

I

71 :1 $

?

I I

*I

c'2;'i

c-c Uc.'

crc-i

*ct ''pr:i

rJ.':¾

Ii.

Arc--v' I Fcc

2-cl

-ccc -cc.

1.Badtnitller, Eeaoen, Jyoti Ratnaoarkhi ard Ilse Tebbetts. 19385. aarcoah ic and Anti t~rtic Ases=-sent of U.S. Artm, Anthrcz-;metnic Data Baise. Tedhn-ical Report IULrICYVM2-86/004 (AD A-164 637). U.S. Ari-y Natick,Researcrh, Development and gmjieerirg Center, Natick, 1,D. 2.

Clauser, Charles E., John T. McConville, Claire C. Gordon aand Ilse 0. Teblzetts. 1986. Selection of Di-rensions for an Anth -cocatric E-aýta Baýse.__Volume I* Pation-ale, Su,,rarrai and Conolusiorns. Techncal Report NATICY/R-86/053 (AD A.179 566). U.S. Arry Natick,Ressearch, Develop~msnt' and L~jincering Center, Natick, MA.

3.

Clauser, Charles E., John T. McConville, Claire C. Gordon and Ilse 0. Teblhetts.1 1986. Selection of Dimnssions for an znthrc,,,7,t-ico Data Base.__Vo .ure IT: DL-mension Evralua"Lion Set.TechnioaJ. R-eport

NATICK/TIR-96/054 (AD A179 472). U.S. Azrray Natick Research., Developmnent and Er-gineering Canter, Natick, MA.f 4.

Churchill, Thormass, Bruce Bratdtziller, and Claire C. Gordon. 1983. Cocmruter Sofvttare Used in the U.S. lz,,Aynthrcccnetrio Surlve 1987-1983. Technical Report NTA'TICK-/TR-88/045 (AD A2a01 185). U.S. Arrmy Nat ick. Res-earch, De-veloprent and Dngineering Center, Natick, YA.

5.

An-is, Jamas F. and Claire C. Gkurdon. 1988. Thýe Da-velocrvnt and Validation of an Aujtcrat-d Hedbaf-,rd Devi'ce for Nnuentof Thre-dmesioalCoordinates of the Hea-d and Face. TechLnical Resocrt NMVYC:/TR-88/043 (AD P201 136). U.S. Army Natick Research, Developrernt anTd ID-qine=eringj Center, Natick, Kk.

6. Zehner, Crecqory, Vance Deason, Cay Ervin and Claire C. Gordon. 1987. A Phctwrr-Wric Cevice for the Collectioin o-)f AnthrcccneY-,,-trio D~at~a en tho Hand. Technical RepoDnrt NATTGY/-R-8;'1/044 (AD A201 134). U.S. Arry Nati ck RsachDevelop, -ant andý Brs-jinzeerirq Center, Nlatick,,NA 7.

Churchill, EunJchm T. IMoConrville, L-loyd L. Lauback, and Robert M. ý4hite. 1971. Arthrccamtnmyof U.S. Armytviators - 1970. Technical U.S. Army Natick. Laboratori4es, Report 'TR-72-52-CE (AD 743 528). Zlatick, MNA.___________________

3.

Ar7my Rraiflaticn 40-1101, Retent ion and

9.

1983 Anthrrcecme-tnio- Survey of U.S. Army P=cxcnnel EData. 1939. U.S. Ar-i Contrnactý DýV260-86-C-0-028. U.S. Arm-y 11atick Resea-rch, navelo nt ardSgrei~ Canter, Nat ick, MA.

557

emrio,14

April 190

10.

Gord"cn, Claire C., 'Jhcot Cusnhill, Clarles E. Clauccr, Bruc-e Braditrailjer., John T. Ycl xniille, lisc? Tehh,-tts, a;rd FPchert A. Fvjrv ofý IS. Arc," p c~nnrrol Wal~ker. 1989. AntnP t , crtr-4 -Tcc~hnica1 Rop:ort NuTIiCk7Th-29/027 Simsrarv Mctso~Vg vot (AD A209 600). U.S. A~ny UNtic'k P-c.carcth, Davelc:irnant and D-.,gine-eriivx Ccrtcr, liatic%, VMA.

11.

Go-rdion, Claire C., Thoras Gliuro-hi1, Gia,.rlcs E. Clauso:r, Brulce Brad=Itller, John T. N'cCcmrillc, I1cc TcLtc-tt-S, and Rob~ert A. Walk"er. 1989. 1938SAtr lrD vo U.S. Amcrcon!rPT: ardrnrmjf~ais cnicrl RaOrt IaTrfCY/IFIR-89/044. n'acj•n aniA L-Kjirncering Costatr, U.S. Ary atick P,~ c Natick,'- 12. _ý1hd-

12.

AXO'Jr flencgrarhic ENata. Jun-e 19. Project Io. 1-'001A4". J-fc=~ N~no~erData Ccrter, 160WilL-cn :3lvd., Suite 400, ArlLrcgton, VA.

13.

Claiurarý, Charlo, lI'Ue 'Ichhztts, Brice B7rod-trilller, Jclýn VcCýn'vill~e U.S. Ac' va'_aKb< ai.Cairce C. Gordon. 19738.

~~

(,AD A202 721).

/0 1?

/-1 aniýCai1 pCor- IT-' arh, _..Am cevelorcent aid

19:otlTh-nPi37_:iý)3

Aflth.

PaulI andA 11,=rs Carn 1973. FOdittirc P-rc-e-ecIure for Anthcm~ic 'v-v~y Cn. T'~rnn1 Por-crL APý r-TRL-73-38 Sxi.lPaoastIaorto (tý A-06035-193-' -.- j 2/ Wricht-Patterson Air Forocee CrH.

1.4. Kilfta-,

'--

*1 H

.5. lrtbgH.T.E,

and A. Damon.

, aEd7rXrd C]Zurc-hill,

C.W.

1963.

DUjpertllis, RCIbert M.

Antlm1r7:ncta4C sn of Thrjy Iacf'lillan Ccc--any, Nrv Yor!, IF!. ?tly

3-6.

O'Brien,~ P.ariA- T;0. ShoiDton. and~--PnAttor-n Cco-rr 1Ho

17.

13.

ia

an

Grocs

Dorrtaotof e Fcconrnos.-i

f0-s' 1941. Xiclc-ounPbi inN.4--4. U.S. ~io -7,35re and Clcthi*r-j DivisIon , Furrr,-u of U.S. C'avor~rnin rn~fi

yfcti on.

Giffor-3, E.C., J.1-.

Pmnioo;t and J. Laceo.

1965.

No

US

-irm-i Ccntor,~~r

N7'r

Initv-,

7I

r'Cý,-

;D:d

rv -c

7-idi

C ar-` o' I

(D74f

63 5).

19.

171.~"* A1 1ý%

T-cj~~-

U.S.

~

c'

~ ~ 7l-C 31) Airo,

~

ArŽrr

r'

F'c,,, i'-' al

Ti:'clin

Ot\.a

r)

-r

721214

Vo

P

l77'.' I

L -cl

20.

Boltoni, 0.13., 1-. Nezardl, R.E. Si~rpscn and G.M. TUrner. 1973. An Anthror-aretric Surive of 2000 PRavl Air Forceý Airarew., 1970-1971. Technical Rqcort 73083, Royal Air Force L~tablishmeant, Farrizor-cugh, Hants, Enq~arnd.

21.

McCann, C., I.

Noy, E. PRcdden and 0. Lcqan.

1975.

1974

Anhrrýetric Survey of Candiaan Fo-ces Pers-gnrel. DCM 4 Pe-port No. 75-R-1114. Deýfence and Civil In5'titute- of Fnvirorment-al Medicine, Dowrsview, Ontario, Canad&A. 22.

Clauser, Charles E., Pearl E. rtu&ker, John T. Ma-conville-, Echmn~rd Churchil11, Lloyd L-auýback, ar4 Joan PeRdo-ýn. 1972. Antliv-rcrcetrv o Air Force E'omen. Technicall Report AMRj4R-70-5 (AD 743 113). Aexrospace Medical RPeac Laboratoay, Wright-Pra-Itterson Air Force Base, C91.

23.

Churchill, Edmund, Tharas Churchill, John T. IMoCoriwille and Proert M. White. 1977. Antb ppmet-rv of Women of the U.S. A =v - 1977: R~eportNo._2_-_The Basic Univariate Statistics. Technical Report NNTICIK/'IR-77/024 (AD A044 8066) U.S. Arm-y Natic~k Rasearch andi Develcpmrent Ccmrard, Natick,, Mn.

24.

Stcudt, H., A. Lemr-on, R. McFarland- an~dJ. Roberts.

1965. Veight, Height and Selected Bgdy Diners.=ions of AdutsUnited States. 1960-1962. Public Health Service Publication No. 1000, Series 11, No. 8. U.S. C-overmment Printingj Office, Washington, DC.

B~21iIA PY2H,

64, 65

I7YT.3541, ETV31~3

APZ~fiU~L

336, 337

TN:~330,

22

Abdconird point, antz~rior la1ýor~wrlk

AMC4TIAL INE-IECTC~P

56, 66, 673

ACIREuCiJ'J HiE.C Pr, ST~m=

54, 63, 69

~22

330,

A=,, TICN-RADIA.3IflE

P

60, 70,

71

Acrqcpodion ia.~~M22 A~hr

lac~h'r~s22

AT~T~FKOF EED453, Al.,L:{-O20

OF

460, 46-1

3~

459, 462, A~iK~

CCLRY~CE63,

72, 73

Antericr, siurcrior iliac

21r~i~i2r 330,

AR, I I'JiM Z,

Y/TrA H=TIJT

3410, 341

55 ?YTIA-FvTST.UG:A MI)330,

ATT..-ASTl2:T~(0) ?XIIK

1VTFPI CiTVRCIR

Axilae fold,

463

330,

342,

343

344,

3,15

58,

-CT-

ar;.:2 ICT

EATL

C

PAI

0?FC&II2MI63,

CLCU.~59,

74, 75

76,

77

22~~c I7~W§Z7763,

73, 79 30, 81.

82, 085

22

Biceps point larntark BIDELTID EPEAD.-D

54, 86, 87

EPZ-=,TH

458, 464, 465

DIGGNIA

BI]2TF--.AOCRBTTAE EFREADIM-1

458, 466, 467

KT1IM= 12-12 EPT=ADT-I BREADTH, 1

BIOCJIA

DISPMNGUS

63, 88, 89 D'XE11I

458, 463, 469

=-EADTHi

56, 90, 91

B=.IPC-TCN FRIAD= BrITRL-J',GXO

458, 470, 471

GUrN ARC

62, 92, 93

BITRAGCTN OrDPCNAL ARC

62, 94, 95

BITRGTCN aRINICTC

ARC

62, 96, 97

BITPAGICH i1>01TAL ARC

62, 93, 99

BI'IPAGTCN ST,=ND1EUL7AR ARC

62, 100, 101

BTTRGICN STjUUSATE ARC

62, 102, 103

BIZYGC?I2TC EIEE~flT

62, 104, 105, 458, 472, 473

Eusto~h

larrks22

RiTTP~N-Uro~/l1c

RAT

55, 106, 107

BUT=
58,

108,

109

EL)'f 10

57,

110,

111

DEPTH

=DI~X3
59, 112, 113

Bututcck 1.,oiit, posterior lar1 6n'ark

23-

DE-ttokj, point la~rrfwarks

23

B~rTcK-P IllJTH54,

~i~

562

116,

117

~/

t

Calffla;':

/

"

/

k

23

CALF CTRC•.7.i07'12 [CE2

53,

113,

11].

CALF IF C3,2

57,

120,

121.

330,

346,

347

CALF IE TK Cervical e 1

..n.....-

23

c-a,_r':CAU FrT 77 .7TC$IQA•LE !IUICP, S!KE7L c•eilicn

CF C'1

IL-M

D

c33TTG2

C•iE3-

123

54,

124,

125 23

CIEST EITA±Bi

cs•rT

122,

1-•.nchmffls

.&PTLTCN-L•".c', CF L•T

..

57,

.cz

474,

475

459,

4776,

4"1;7

57,

125,

12"7

?TT2~CE53,1.22,,

iwv

TPC•.%,K7-~',

453,

129

53,

.58,

I-S&T DEiI1 G,=T F•F732• cV =,-oT. HZIMTq, SI-1=2"IS,

132,

1133

134,

56,

136,

332,

Crl,-X,.ST E73(

131-

57, '7,

.334,

_

130,

331,

3118•, 2-49 3f0,

351

352,

5'3

Chin Iar.c7:.2

23

cOED7-aI'2: C?

.D

C.--T,;ICP O?

JVCI.••....:,F

425,

?: -.

LT'L'K

Clavicle LciJ,-t !lipc-r

! I,

137

ll

.s23

!

523

473,

979

429, 4.'.0,

422

330,

225

"5/,

CTICIT-BACN OF }T£.•D

458, 482, 483

a•%ITcN-MI-)P OF IiB'\D

459, 484, 405 59, 13b. 139

FIMY

cili

crcITCH ID
. (0)

I

=I iR

AmTF•-CR (NI)

a3TC¶- LE•cii}, •YIq

56, 140, 141

(N[i)

, P3STIRCR (NI)

MC-lai L-ZGrIi,

FCSIRT

CR (0)

II 1l

"mlayt'0

De!ltoid Doint r,

iPxr

145

60, 146,

147

360,

361

.24

334., 362,

363

364,

365

334,

zx~nDED

24

iar•&:..,_rxs

... ucture of t,

tzi

60, 144,

24

Z•ZA--I F!'CM "lnAL PEaCl.

357

-,rark

£actylicn iIi lar•-•3r3:ks M.Ci•-'ICN

330, 356,

331,

LACrYLICN PZIc2-•

Eactylli

143

330, 358, 359

UINGIM{, A1Ti'B1CR (0)

YcrI IEN

56, 142,

caLf and thic'

I

24

ark.

-

24

of th. fooc and !ea lafn±-rk

24

!n.....- ar! AR J.....

62,

14-3,

143

61, 150, 153

FAR

R~s:2i61,

1-5A,

15-

I

25 ECLC-0rbtale1ar~~~rk25. F*TE:..

(

458, 426, 487

LI

WT~XY5XT--'PR 0?kI>D4S9,

:zrc

E52;--

v~*'

7S,

433, 4-19

3, 1P57

14

c c?

331, I%33i331,

hL~~'P:..

33-0,

~

Lii?331,

3r,3,

365

370,

271

372,

373

37.4,

375

25

7ýý

.L

.....

63,

1652,

1633

63),

134,,

135

r79

1-3-5,

17 .1

7t~ 7,2

37

77-

FUNCTIC'L

RIPMAC,

IDED

334,

60, 172, 173

LEG IGTH

SNCrIOCNAL

378, 379

Glabella larneark GLABBIIA-BAC

25

OF HEA

458, 494, 495

GLABEEIA-TOP OF HEAZ

459, 496, 497

GIUTEATL Fu •,04 HL•

Ui

Glvueal furrc, poit

59, 174, 175

Iarv-nrk

25

Gonion lantr.arks ONTICN-B.cI

OF

26 JED

458, 498, 499

GCNICN-TOP OF HEAD

!MI

{I:IU

459, 500, 501

HAN'D UMFAD!

63, 176, 177

}WND CI=L'F5fYENGE IM,• •'Y

63, 613,

178, 179 180, 131

HEAD NZZADIIT{

62,

182,

183

HEAD C=rJo=F.Z •=

62,

184,

185

HEAD LE

62,

186, 1i7

SHEEL AKLE CT•ECT•,=JARCE

63, 188, 189

IHEL

63,

PENI.FUH

190, 191

Heel point 1andrr.3rks HIP E

26

.EAE-{

HIP mDn•, sEIT•,G Illiccriszt-le larc,•ývik

60, 192,

193

54,

195

194,

26

IIJOGPJSTAIE }HIGHT

56, 196, 197 334, 380, 30-1

D-IENE FI~GER RE,717I.a

566

11~LXE~T~T334, FhG.R

F~C~I

382, 383

Inferior br:n-at pc:i~t 1c~~ Infr~aorlbitalh

~26

hrr2r

Th~\C0

26

F 17=

458, 502, 503

fl'IEPJPIIIRY D~i62,

KIME CC

fl7ThICYE

I59,

200, 201

INTT•PSCE

II57,

202, 203

LCE,

58, 204, 205

~57,

KNI2IrE~;:{r KNE171k LLCLTT,

*

IATIEPAL

198, 199

~-ECFATLL

SfuX.

206, 207 54, 208, 209

~AiKr$'i~''63,

212, 213

rICý "R w;`7uCI7T

53, 211, 215

~J~'*458,

V~7IK~' T' baIvicr]ts

503?, 509

1,~r

27

I

("ql )4

r

~~

~

n

~

~

--

li',:27

--

I

3

1

,5

1

62, 216, 217, 459, 514, 515

.R~l

M -NIWfiIUSLC

516, 517

1~L~-SUTASAE LGTH459,

459, 518, 519

I-MTM-ITOP OF 1=D

Vztaca.-pa-le I! laaan

27

rlrX

Metacarpale V lzz.-.7ark

27

Mkdpateella 1ar~cZhnk

27

blidshctlC~er 1a:r-r1oe

27

Il1Z=

=ILE HIC2-L ,

23

A

Mid~spizre larsaý

Neck:

54, 213, 219

SITrIN

anltmrior 1am-Imrarlkm NCKE~T~or/l-3Mc

KMK(-E=ITC

56, 220, 221

IGT

332, 386, 337

Mr21GTH CE~

NEC

N=( CIC-0.2EPlX, IECK-GmhTa'L

28

222, 223

X~58,

58, 224, 225

E2O2

FOTI~TCV Lcl.Ml

332, 388, 389

L

59, 226, 227

1=

NETGa4T vl=.\T

N=C

LI2-,U

331, 384, 385 332, 390, 391

NEKSIEI~

453,

IME E17A7DEI

522,

523

459, 524, 525

FTSICM ' Inf

olec-ann Ctctesicn m7.ýri.or 1arv,

prk

rrks28 23

4

GV£•2:FD

R•I•ZL2-WI ... .,1 ]

0?J.C:., GVzi,',.CAD r.'c PET 4 VIC

55, 228, 229 2.55,

P F2921, ShiTuG

i'•

SPlOPLITr:L FgT:2T

230, 231 55, 232,

233

330, 392,

393

54, 234,

235

:28

Pronal

1............ 0

].0{0-SAi2-•AC;

28 }M)[D

F-NLY'IOP 0' I5MVD

453, 526,

527

459, 523,

529

Pte-nicn lan.acrrk

29

r29

PADL!l. oSiELClT L7L:hi G

58, 236, 237

RISE (IT)

331, 394,

5

RISE, (0)

331, 396,

397

S.cyc! scy•

i

u-] -. :.

c•ZcU2

29

•.:

58,

L2.IH Se1l~i-n 1.-P

56, 240, 241

453, 530,

30 531 5:31.

459, 532,

533

2V 2,

243

>.::arZ

s~icr-TC-(27 V7D :Klc::: V 9 FDP C ......... .......

238, 239

D '

5.3,

*1

pac~le 333, 398, 399

Sm-ICUJLDR SIDIPEE S~icJ=ZR- E

59, 246, 247

t7 a! TNGTEI

330, 400, 401 SHGULDER--wATST -,GR

0

SI~rr

SLE-PVE LE7Nfl-I:

SPDNE,---E1CW,

61, 250, 251

SYPINE-SC'ZE

61, 252, 253

SPIN-E-WRIST

61, 254, 255

I.n=~I

58, 256, 257

CUTSFAM4

SPAN

60, 258, 259

s=~aJPE

56, 260, 261 30

Stardon 1ar~ark -1=tOTO-&-%C OF !iSAD

458, 534, 535

SGOtIG-JTP OF I n-AD

459, 536, 537

57?, 262, 2634

SUlAP LEN~h

A

248, 249 330, 404, 405

SUMP,, LINGh: SLEEV

EIG-W54,

'ZIS~

SLE

SLEEV

330, 402, 403

Stylion la nd mrIn

30

Suhmamcibhular landlrark

30

SubnasaJle lan-dawark

30

=r L1ASMLE-BMCK OF HEDAD

458, 538, 539

S'EMEISALE-STI-LICN IUc-NM

459, 540, 541

StJMUSITE-TDP OF HEAD

459, 542, 543

'Surepat-ol1a landm~ark

30

Suprastsrncle 1rirnctmk

30

570

I.

SUT--• 7xLT. 13

'

55, 264, 265 s-.j.

G

332, 406, 407

U-mnth rib

3aY.c02c=. 30

Tf2N41 P•a3 E2T!:Ti

56, 266, 267 31

. C' T•-.,, •} ,." ._,< •}.,. T• '•5 ! GH Tfl I

Cf

iT jThih

8 , 263 , 2 6 9 54, 270, 271

K330,

403, 409

point, tco la.:c I-}K(l.

31

L•,

331, 410, 41.1 63, 272, 273

Th rbtjp Iandmark

31

ThU-"rj.•iP RIA.Ci

60, 274, 275 WL XI'I:'D RE

331, 412, 413

Tcp of head Ic'T1(.'7rk

31.

~cT1Ii-icur ..

I

,

331, 414,

Sr.r7rv6

TRA-'C TC" -p£.!"C:< OF L

T cTc?'~ r;••'''

'rch<.~ont •:'t cI

332, 416, 417 31.

U.\

453, 54 4,, 545i

OFC 0? ]' Tr~;-:

415

459, ju:3

p

nt

L•"

.v-:

54,7 31

3]. 3

1< :;rz-

..................... 59, 2"7. , 2.77

31,

571.

1mFAm

VrI'=-, AL C=E

333, 418, 419

V=RTIL C=P FZTlm D=~ V~

~

I~P

333, 420, 421 333, 422, 423

Th

V=CAIL GRU. K=

PE Z

33,

V=(:2L MTP FZ -H,SITD G FINGRrT =11

V=I~CAL ITETrm

=

w=-, ICAI\ LT

Fur==~ P E'aI, SITI'TG

FRZA'

M' 7

331, 428, 429

Ex2T5fEm

333, 430, 431 332, 432, 433 a33, 434, 435

vmmTIL\L Thu'7M= IPP.M, siT=f

332, 436, 437

~(:NzCc) =,Z

VIG\L TIJN.•

'v=ITCAX WP=S

l--10

V=CA

WRIST

Waist (MI): WIS

(I)

333, 438, 439 Ma~

333, 440, 441

iMai2, SITT=G

332, 442, 443

anterior an~d pos-terrior 1andirks

AI.ST bc PIKN

57, 2314, 235

332, 444, 445

(NI)

332, 446, 447

WTI~'CAL (0)

R- ITR10H

56, 286, 237 WAIT(T)58,CI~L

0.

32 57, 232, 283

(C0)

V-TF=C-%A

32 57, 308, 309

aniterior and pcst-erior luk~'.t

leaIST EACN, I2O1Ni

wma g

59, 280, 281j

IMIGIH (NTI)

TEL-7ra

'IVASp

(USA)

WAST(0) ID'gnri

Wbi-st (0):

iP=1S

59, 278, 279

I{MICNT

VERMICAL WRLST HECI-M

I

c

VETMCAIL 7-=TP REAC-i EQT

VflITL

j

332, 424, 425

VEM~~CM, flTE

="=1T

26,42

C

~~c~~

(0)

2803, 239

58, 250, 291 572

1'•\TST ECONT [ liPT)57,

2Z 2, 293 57, 2S4, 295

tC-JU1? ,N2 D.,>,

(0)

57, 295,

V1VST F-35c-1' (C1) CiA&2', ET-•?IT-

55, 293, 299

(0)

55, 300, 30, •i~ ,•,.•)54, z , S .ZZ TG

302, 303

•%ST ISC'TWI', SITTL:G (0) waw-U1'7-yCC

•ISI'•A!S"(0)

54, 304, 305

.

(,-T)

l•..p

1hAT.ST-IEIP LZTýq

334, 443, 440 334,

450, 451

59, 3C5, 307

0')L,-Z

0Ir2LUr ( [7LZ

331, 452, 453 331, 454, 455

T•WBTC$T

310, 311

WRI•.ST (flZ


5&3, 314,

Wris,

r~J.

57, 316, 317

W•..... ..... •'•V~c
........

........

7',-,

M

315

1r~c~~rk32

WRIST i.c•U.

......

297

'1T.

~S.

55, 31.0, 319

Ow c2:2 v•;

63, 312,

E'7,1'-YEp I .63,

320, 321

63,

322,

323

C0,

32-1,

325

60,

325, 327

L

".T ..... I

Vi,,i, .;: c.P)

313

32

C?

45

(-73

,

S.r)

IZygofrontalie lazrfs32 458, 552, 553

ZYGOIM71L -E-ACiX OF I-TAD

554, 555

ZYGOMIME-10P O I-aD459,

1

~574]

.. ........

...

UZ- s of th-e Dnoir F~c-f te

Cata a-re

raesumraci ancl c~zar-iv~d1 dLi-ýý:siacrz for Ih-ic

S Y'-'o ohifl thead

iean

'm

fcot vuripablEs,

aure rscc6~d for theA des icn of

a particulaer clams of itan to beý -.ron on th-at pcar-t of the bodly. Simers ions snerve at les oc,ý of the 12 a,:oeliczaticn czatere~ries

All the rcýcibod--

below;:

Basc Edv ~'~ ~ar2 dbr-nnsicans of o-l1-cody sizo ard prq-ororons. giary anr, r'ý,7uvrd to drLr cliffe-renoe or s iaiirht~cnp.aul ittic They aro also uroci T. trically for selccting E'nclrs of subjý:ets th'at rantseo rep.-esrantativ'e of a pLr-toiulz 5nczculaticn for st'udies in v"hioh bodxýy sizo is, of sichic c(-gth -vluntimnof tecoptCC~u in a rcýwA=rvheliooer oiljmQ21 nQ :2 - nesn diic2os icns seixeD as '<ý-aY 0). onrld7Lcorsiors for tlY.e Chmig, sizr g, rcrraadiur of F y di'. -sions for ran'ls ears hirt clo-thing ran p=-ooi]£C'rn. aezCrafrncc1 SI'Lrt often sizes, for xonhare In ardition, TeC- dL-.-.'ýimsCr arc uf;-rful far lctg antha-opor -otriczily r e-rcasa:ntztive aa! of zrost suojecot: for evaluatingý- the- fit aund fcinof ;:ir. Csrronta~~~~~~~~~~ pcirŽatn

7

scdrnirs-r rCoha-/ tomiful Utilir:Y -rnt, nd Jccran oy ar-.-ar, rerrpiretorn,' chenioci

for the design ard sizir, of A=,' Uni3nar personal protct&ive

(:g,

CTthiY~n r~ arer hcWon1r>;5oa WhiiCh rcnrroý:nt SOCoific bod'.Y ~1 11"n h -Y veablmkeoc qu'ides for the;donicrni and, siz`-rcj of a n r' r e-'aino ;r n t-ho bcdl". Tebtrth .- na niAs f Ann: roan sy wmi.n , tre l!tt-er the fit ard I '-naltore-tic arcli-a of geM-a" dlc 4;nagrcd oveýr ;:. ____

"

*-

~

Tod-C-n 1 ncS-tsiz;ur-j of ci -pr'-. of

to

thn'

/

rs707m

r;Mm

r(*.ý-'..;

\

top

ýK<

ti

of

1,.

fc'r ther gra

r.;thin 7(,....

c t

fa

;rK f-"l-iv

oc czit~rel

.

C ft'

C..

All

Am

fCli"-ll-

Wrin to

57-

".)f

c3 cion

a

an

(Act

-''-

Foot CGear: These foort and ank-le db~ensions are neced fo sizing, prcuzirerment, arA evaluation of shoes and boots.

4

te

egn

Wor-ksoacp and Iod Clearance: Di~mersions in this grc= are cemntral to the design and laymit of wor.kstations occupied by Army pe-rsordel. They are also of paramount h-portance in the de-sign and layout of workstations of Anry weapon systers, particularly those, likee aircraft, in whiich, space is at a premium. Body clearance- dhren-siors dictate, for examiple, the size of escape batches and limited-size passageways that must be designed to allow quaick and Eafe pass=-age of an individual. In the field or in a depot, the perfozrrarxze of mainten.ance activities is also- greatly en~hanced if personnel have ready physical and visual access to Tmintenamnce- an~d insrnCction ports-, and have the reach capanilities to perform necessary s-wrvice, ropi, or replacemrent activities, often onrductedl under adver' oor~di-tions. Aircraft Acccnnx2ation: The dimensions in this group are those t )at have been or are likely to bex-used to restrict. individuials from operatingj aircraft with wnich Th-ey are anthropometrically inco opatible. That is, certain aircraft do not safely and- efficientlyV acco-i-c~date the ccn,plete range of body sites f curd aimong a jrcreow personnel. Ideally, the more complete data that will be availa-ble from this survey can be used to avoid s~uch problers in the future. BcvLnks Thse dhnior -n are neoded for deve-lopirg the link or

huran models used to assess the body's reacýtion to h-azardous environm-ents-,

and for t7wo-: and thre- dimensional moIes U--,d in The-

design and- evaluation of Army workstations.J

Afor

Mthoocrz~c Ae J~ie:

Te

rrs ons in thi

the developmrrrat of four genaral types of

grop r useful Txxdels: (1) thrxee-

dimeý-nsional mmikiins and (2)s thxe(-dimensiocal compter-genexrated rdels (used to asse-ss the bcdt'I'5raction m to high accelerati-n enwiroomeiits) ; (3) twD'.Ir,-d-nŽsional drawinq-board tr.nkn n (4) three-di-rmesioreal c =-puter-generated, huran--ereineering3 analogue~s (used to- 'guide the design ard1 o.valuation of worksftations).

TablIe A- 1 2 ists a, l the dinensiors moasnurod in the 1938 inthropom-etric Survecy, and aessigndtes th* use, or setey may serve. It will be noted thtBi zvg-oatic Breadltl mrl Manton-Sell ion Len-Ith, are listzA tviiceý in the table, 2-oth these dliaensicns were rme=asured twice - ornce ciretizy and once with the auto .ataid eAodboardn davice. iYata from tho latte--r should Lbe usedl in cocecPrt with other tlurre--dirensicnal data obtainedA with the headbo%3ard for designiing -puiposes Linvolving thrceedimensizonal headfforcS. Applica3tions for uire-Itl- maccured data include prrocurrenent tarliffs and

ffittingq.

'

tknfrmi

The intormation pre-sented in this arpendix and TIable A-l wcre the 133

nrd Si =:;-ryv Satj t.

ntrnetiSuvyof

U.S.

cs

576

Ar:or Pnhrscrrnel:__Meth'-ods

TAFILE A-.

fcr- 'he

A:P-Uc"or

Nfeasuared and Derived

r

Sunrey. 71

1D) A_-,TYJOM7N',Al, LELu.-0 (2) I~K () A.Mjr)',TAL 13BTG:rT.

(D32)

0GQIL 0

(4)

0

AGRUEN-XD.L

ALA.Sl-B.,ACN 0?

(H?)

ALALEE-T09 ?

(133

Alz~M LEL 1:;GTi

(7) A=4J~A", A1

(1-)

0

LA,72D0 101

1

0lo1

LEN"GTTI (NP) LNGTlLI

I

00 0(0) 0

C"C§-h

Kh2

0

0 00

C0

0 10

0

0

~'?:1

TN)£TNTo~' 3TC\''T

0 0

\~r'~00

513 ETcCCuT \)7L (1-) tB39PT

\j

'~0

B 772~ GI C

1

0 0

BYTLDLT0i-OM 7B1CO'V"LT,~

~

0

0

1G0H

_)I f~ý

(:T,3)

1

0

?AD

(5) AXMLLA H-EfLGF-Th (1M)4)AL-Y13 (D5) AJIT!1T

0

0

o

AS.)C'-XLALNTf0

J11)

>

T

'

w: U

0

_____10

57'1

I

co

0

3

ho

0

00

>

0

(20) (21) (H17) (22) (23)

Bl-TRAGION SIIBNASALEE ARC BIZYGOMATIC BRlEADTH BIZGOMNAT`IIC BR-EADTH BSTI>TTHELION-BSTIPT;TEEI-JOiN BUTT7OCK GCIRMNIFERENICE

(24) (25) (26) (27)

BUITTOCK DEPTH BUITTOCK HEIGHT BUTTOCIK-KNEE LENGTH BUTTOCK-POPLITEAL LENGTH

0 0 0 00 0

(23)

CALF CIRUNFCThLIENCE___1__

0 00

(30)

CALFNIAE

0

(31) ('11)

CERVICALE HEIGHT, SITTING CHEILION-BACK OF HTEAD

(H19) (32) (33)

CHI{ELION-TOP OF HE.AD CHEST BREA3DTH CHE ST CIRCUMYFERENCE

(34) (35)

CHEST CIRCTIMhFEFENCE AT SCYB00 CHEST CIRC BELOW BRE-,ST

0 10 0

CHEST DEPTH

0 00 0 00

(D8) (D9)

C=- ST HEIGHT CHSTL HEIGHT, SITTIN2G CHEST-WAIST DROP (NT) CHEST-WAIST DROP (0)

(H110) (H 11) 0D10) (1112) (1113)

CHIN-BACK OF HEAD C=;I-'I'uP Oi14'& HEA CLAIVICLE LINTK CRIION-BACK OF HEIAD0 CR'hTIONT-TOP OF HEAhD

1(336) (37)

0D7)

41

0

00 00 0 0 0 100 0

BR

HIGHTT

0

00 00 00

0

00 10 0 _0.

0 0

00 00 0 0 00 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 -__

578

00 3)

U

lT ,i

T 7

"

1-7""G-

CD 19

A-i.

41)CITCHL (12

CT.TC

ýTOI

0

.M. ,lA

CoIme

f ,C)NOl1,1.ST

0 I

:

0

0

(7)13)

(D14)~~-

0

DA.2,o,

(43

(!3p) CIVTUThLV; 71ýl I"A (4)RRTHS LR0;

7)

0-~

0

0

ELO

( --'T1

0L

0O0

0.N7,ATR1R(i

CRTC

QD1)F0017~O

0

u

D FA1-

(4~~C

(D17)

0

0

D

10

1~

0

TABLE A-i. Continued

~~(U

ETOP OF HEAD -PO RALU (11117) FRONTOTEM (D)22) FUNCTIONAL GRIEP REACH, EXt~TEDED (55) FTJNC'IONAL LEG LEINGTH (1118) GLABELLA-BACK OF HEAD (11)GLABRULATOP OF HEAD (56) GLUJTZAL FURROW HEIGHT (1120) GONTION-BACK OF HEAD (H121) (57) (58) (59) (60)

0 0 0 0 -0

0 0

0

0 0

GONTION-TOP OF HEAD AVN-D BEýADTIH

0

HAND CMCvU=FRENC-E HALND LENGTH HEAD BREADTH

00

0 0 0 0

0

(61) HEAD) CIRCMFERENCE

0 0

0

(62)

HEAD LENGTH

0 10

0

(63) (&I)

H-EEL-ANKLE CIRCUMIFEREENCE HE EL BREADTH HMP BREADTHI lTP DREADTH, SrITTING ILIOCILETALE EIUGHTI

(65) j(66) (67)

1(D23) j(D24) (H122) (1123) (68)

UNDE'X

'-P'G"'"

0 0

00 00o JO

0

0 0

I0

0 0

J

0 0

0 0

~0

0

0 0

0 1

0

IMACM

0 0

1-INDEX FINGER MEACH. EXTNDED rNFMOPBIT3rALE-PACX OF HEAD0 TF1RAORBTlE-TOP OF HEADBIUI

0 0

0. 0

DTTEIR.PTUP[II-t ily 21READ1JTH1i

0

0'

0

~---~--4(71)

R

(69)R TFER33G7fE, 1 (70) NTER1SGYE.Il KNEE Cm~lCTLTM-ERENCE (72) KN~EE hIjl:TIGHT, 3iD",PATEL-ak

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

(734KNE HIGHTl, 530

~

j0

0

10

01T

R

25 TABL

A-L

Co'ziý C11

TDD

0 (T95

0~

d.

*-

C)

(H26)

(77)~~~-

-___

_

_

-.

1LNTONSL

,

_

_SELL1ý-

1

o

-

-7o

Y7PTLF~r~ T '~0{YBK

(7) (758)

V.

.-

2.2NT

(M N7)

LATEPAL,- U (76)~T

(H6~N_

C'-i

01

'

7x'

(11-30) 111E TON-c (7)MNTNSLTIl

T ~PT~i'T I

rCjK .D3 ED-) NCT

o 10

o

0

'1'~~~if0

I j2 17 (157) IY 2 A TC1 'AD (5 Y2L:r"

00

0 0KI7~G

-GL~ 11BT DYJG

T

~f'I0

00 0 0~ 0

0

0

00 0 10 00 00

0

-

~?0,

00

TABLE A-i. Continued



Ev

C)3O

RISE

-(97)

SEIIN)O OF

](983)

0 0 0 0 0 00

M 0

SELLION-BA0C0OF0 EAD SELIOEE N-TP F EA SHOULDER CLENTH P-ERENCE SHOLDER-E LE OWHLUENGTH SHOLDERE LENGTH

1 0 000 000 0 0 1

TER-WMTLEGHN) LEGH10

0

SHOUDERWMS

(93)

SITA1NGHEIGH

(94!)

SLEEE LNGTH:K

(9)STifLEEVE

L

0

00

SHOULDERSYLOLENGTH

(973) SHOLEEE

(990)

0



D31) SHOLER (0) P (883) SCYB CDEC-WAISERENGTE (D34) SCYB DEPTHSTINGT (93) Q37) (90) (95) (92)

00

(0)0

RIS

M311)

(T37

C

0 SPINE-ELBO

NR40)

STIBNASALE-IBAC7K 0FP EAD

[H41ll

SUDhNALSIi~ELLIC04 LENGTH

0

0

(102)

A

SUJP RSTERIN.A.L HEIG-HT10 SOTEX.,STEP.NALE HEIGH-T, SITTIG0 TENI-I RIIPB H-EIGHT

C) 0

0

0 0

0

0

0

0

(H11412) SUMT3NAALE-TOP OF HEAD (101) (1~)3()

1

0

00

OFTSEAD

STRATURýEýNG1

0

0 0

01

0 O

~

I3

0

(D. MR- URG (D38)~~~

(106) T1HIJTuM CEP .7:(130 -r1P~ L) (10253)TELTLLB E 'D

THO-ý

0

X

i

0 0,

4

0

00

(1)01) TIIUETE T.RATONil

WXNM

CA

0 0

IP RE,7T(AP.F ,-

MNI

(14)VERTICAl, G-RI?, SLITTN SSýT1 D (1)46) VERTICAL DCT)Z FINCPN:V? F?ACIT (1)47 V E R7C ALT,:;.-1 (xc§ >C,, 1 D, (D1140 VETUEC.'L IiNDEX FL>GiNI~ >'0I (D)49)__VER;ýFICA.ID, RCLNLCi 2(O17 ,

2)v (109) (D-.' 3)

Ci C0

I 9LL

0 0, 0 00 0

`vl lll-L E.'F T l-7"-,

~

~

f

)

0 0

0

0

0 0 0

0 0 0 o0i?



0 2K _j

*

--

0 0 0CV 00

0 0

ll-ý,c ýF

(D5Q)VE'Y'TMAL

0

0

Lr

(D42, VERTICAL clImu R-ACH (D)4 3) VEYflCAI CIRP 1E"ACII DMVR

0 00

(0)TIM,~'U A G 0N111-,? ,I

(107)

0

Uci,4

570

(7

0

III

TABLE A-1. Continued

(D56) WAIST BACK, VERTICAL (0) (112) WAIST BREADTH (113) WAIST CIRCUE (114)

WAIST CITCMIFE.RENCE (0)

(115)

WAIST DEPTH

(116) (117) (118) (119) (120)

WAIST WAIST WAIST WAIST WAIST

(121)

WAIST IHEIGHT, SPITING (0)

V

0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

000

FRONT LENGTH (NI) FRONT LENGTH (0) HEIGHT (NI) IIEIGHT (0) HEIGHT, sTrRIG (,i)

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0..

0

(D58) WAIST-BU(]OCK DROP LNT (0) (122) WAIST-IlP LENGTH

0

WAIST (biNT - WAITST (0) LENGTH{

0"0

(D59) (D60)

WAIST-WAIST (NI) OVER SHOULDER WAIST-WAI1T (0) OVER SHOULDER

0

0 0_•

WEIGHT

00

(125) WRIST-CE•NTER OF GRIP LENGTH (126) WRIST CMThC~fERENCE

-

WRIVST HEIGHT, WRIST BEIGH-T, SITPING (129) VVRIST-I-NDEX ,REGERLENGTH (130) WRIST-THIUM-iTIP LENGTH (131) W'RvIST-WALL LENGTH

(1-27)

H{43)

0 0

0

(12)3)

(132) (H45) 1H46) 147)

0 0

00

(D57) WAIST-BUTTOCK DROP (N1)

(124)

'A(1238)

0

0

0 0 0

1 0

--

10

00

0

0

0 0

-0

~0

0 0

-

W[RIST-WALL LENGTHd EXITENDIED ZYGION-BACK OF 1!EAD ZYGION-TOP OF HEAD 7YGOF`RONTALE-P0CK OF HEAD ZYGOFRONTAIE-TOP OF MiEAD

0 00 00 0

_0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0i

584

S.

j

. .

. .- .. ... .. . ..' . ... .- . .

f 7: T -- -' - . . . . . . .. . .. . . . ... . .. . ...

Tht 4

dn7~17

They areotcst~~ tcro)

n1.- -- tw.L

u1'.

rprsprzpir.-ýdý ThestnJ.~c

t2

jy

U.S.

ini cther auntn.pd-tric

fo.; zsibl .r072 t-1-2Ž following:

provi/Zcr3 for,. c:ch

roaýUteJ Cas- t:hoý vailues-

univariatz.i, stc

rso of the; vallrcc- C~vicril by thci

oof

o

x vwhcre X is th:o irJvýul

2. at,-? sjr dc--viaticn error of the r.-2oci. rj2of

'-c-

rfi 'j is t)he: ý-ar.'pie5

nf2-:c (S :; o-n

an.Tis is a ,7tj-ycard t~aeof the soc:lilnq

ar1

£tsjC

it7 is

o

Cic~c

. STeo is trci 5soýr):3.ad c>.iainfor (7D

3.

ar~cl is

hsis

a r::csr

f var~2i,ýlity

otu

/

SD wiccnrci X is t7:ýe :Lc~vfr 4.

t-hat variable ztrd N is tho,

77'i

Žu c of ci~ycc J:s-iS S D. I",-c.ro'tl s

ic,-

>

r-W:-

is,- t'l

roa

valueý

fcr

(C7.-).TV I-;irot-her z~o tC-? c:Jrle-rzrr t:of~~h

'>'_'r;

ý

fX

:.O

CA
5.

?4ininun.

The smallest cbserved value for a particular variable.

6.

Maximm.

The largest cbserved value for a particular variable.

7.

N.

8.

(z- )" A dimensionless statistic that is an jrdicatnr SyTetr_ of whether a set of data is syrretrically distributed. It is cwited as:

The number of subjects i.as

N

k

. for a particular variable.

*SDP

"where X is the individual measuremnt, 3 is the mean of that reasure.ment, N is the sample size, and- SD is the standard The norrml distribution value for deviation of the measur-e•nt. 0. 9.

Kurtosis (32).

A dirensionless statistic

that indicates the

level of agreement betwee--n a rcrmal distribution ard the actual distribution of the data. The norial distribution value for P2 is 3. 10.

The coefficient of variation. A statistic that restates the standard deviaticn as a piercent of the man ar-d is corputed as: Cl

100 *SD

where x is the mean and SD is the stanrard deviation of a measurement. 11.

The oerentiles. This group of statistics raonreents measures of order or position. These irpeasu:res can be thought of as beirga obtained by arrar-inq the data in order frcn the sallest to the h lips at a largest and then observig-•- the value of the dati 1.I1ich specified position in the array. The 99 perceantiles - ranginTg from the first to the 99th -- are the values at the points which separate cx_,nsr:cutive blocks or units of 1%of the data in thle ordered array. The first percentile is the value %,iichEeparates the smalles-t 1%of the data frm, the 99; of the data with larger h s7alle-st 2% fre the values; the second percentile secarate the larger 98% and so on. Twenty-five of these percentiles which have are believal to be most useful to desigrners ard exgqinez-c.

been included for each measumrment.

586

v

]

The cnilculaticn of tbn a c-rntil,Churchill foiic~7 r(rti dsrib,- - bi 0c-t-ui i g> 1t arL, fi-r-t calafllat;7A b-y rc i 2 frqu.Enc~y cUistriLutzion. T vzTh fc~-~~mc ~1.pJJin t~~of appro-,-ýhatc s a gnophic prrc,2sc~ f crv. pprobability pt:r > rfr:tcp::din froma the 1~~i'.~-'q-~ c9f f Feimd~u

12V7

a

'recva-lC7,cd dz~by -ure daita, it is a3)5 1i U.0 prc=ntiln valýIcs, ntir:::ý ti-e cui-iuati-ve. ý'.cz ccthsd by the uiz-c of a -u claviat'Žs. rlh using ncr"ial th-is aptcondix uqa, tzckan 2A:1Pxrri <~d ardl

i.hDi7;-.&,icrs:; of c-uleSurveys Wh pr~i2.:y cbj ct-ot ic,' aftisý h is t'o CozuOmt the with i~h or ccrp~ara-bilit'/ of th::ý 1->P3' r;: ~unic similarlly nru•Wl I uin.~ -~--anthrocrom-tzric surveys. Eutzl fi-c'-il r~ are fi<. t~l o c-c.r':are bodly-size dfistribauticrs a-c.... 'L a.les aml cea, CCC-T-tion'Il cyoi..j rz. i c..'l A ixirticalarly wexlrcj prc.blc,-n iii clrn-7vuir:* .1.jc ~ ý'':C-si h~th ciiffer -ccc bt*,~ the data~ a'" rwfa.o ng. r-ulaticn ,,< differncos.,ý cr c, whe b-c are t-he czi ot ur-oi (-tireý ,en

ckfin~iticnsc, can amld cia ic-

r to

.,~-r'ir

nic

oU..rilrota1 'y

inubjnt i

dpr-:d cto La tiaanc by alijic £rdi2 in otIher a- PrTr i of use-, amorxJ h'ATO CT!ic it i-of occcoernitivc ef fort

42 Awn

by Thom- tfnran cr U.S. r-ilitv', couritrir2,:. In r cca7rtl c,2rvice:s h:,,: riMYz '2

C

the basis for siziimj uc'!~"rJ'Ociterpaiirf ion cf L'u-nC oft:'-ic i vcountry urc'cl-ln jni' t11"--

IL:rac

A

...

in -

2. 3.

11lJAM

4.

'

U.3.'it civiliars.

~

r ''C

to'



COMC~

-- t

or

cc

A

inj

-7

r''i]

r

X

will

~n

liability of the' l3"3 hc-.C thcy w;cre

th Am

tta

[zaface

cý'cirjrn of cln:r-nrt

0I

i--'

Ay~n

"l

]...........Tl.5 u~u

U

cca-adto rvilier U.S. 3-rcl two srt"' un:-cY are

in -;,

~'~~'~(.'In

Aqrwofi(2c:1ý'-' ofI the si

r

-.

A rv~i~.(~

ecuiumt, an-l n to (-f pilots from cn et C....A 11(

.rlicli:

r~-

1T1he-. .

1.

..

of) poro',ý u-.i

VA.~in

Th't..

c-

o.f) !-~~~

like o)r s inlu~ly dI-ýrir cW'oman,7 foreicn. r sunny P',' earlier r'iej'~' ei~j IrC ~ 1 rc-ý o'IC

tcclulicm:uas of u.:e

tl

vch*

-1itŽrc

OO'ci'C .

Clauf:ar

in

(IT.ofive

- withI

h

Table C-1 presents the,, caparability of the 19238 Anthrclpo-rn-tric Surveyk data to data f=ce the oth-er surveys listed. T-he- follcwing codes are usa-d: C - MiIPARABIE - T-he landm4,arks and measuring techniquees ussed are of such ccrrmparability -&.at differences bet. aen data ifronm sLurveys can be considered to reflect real anthropometric differencez hetven populations. PC - PRBABLY OTP2ARA.BLE - Differences in landmrark definitions ar4/or meaisuring techniques are of insufficient magnitude to make the resulting data inapprcpriate to use for =ast human engu'neeering pur-poses such as the sizin-g, design, preia~rment, ard issuing of militar e uprert or assess.-:in.g the suitability of assigning personnel

to restrictive

works-pace-s.

so cdshoiuld so--tatd dreassuiong i fnug are beiee toT beI differnt-.r s tchn'.edshu ir easiring difference augsotat to hePRBL- a-v N are beiee not be used as the bzsis for an-swering anry population cert-parison quyestions. -- I'Most of the dinens ions re-Deiv~ir-g this CU - XMPJARBILI'l UN C2,1WN designation are buist-related dimers ions fondA amngnc those n.asuread in

the O'Brien1 6 effort. In this survey a bandeau instead of a bra, ,,.asI worn and ccrrparabdility cannot be deteraindrA. Data from., the few c~thei dimensions ceded aU reflect discrenancies- for which no explanation is readily apparten't. The ccn-narabilitv betwoe-n derived dL=----o~ns reportrA here and like dizrans-ions measured directly in other surveys is, and will rera in, w0k-ncam without ext-ensive ar~alyses. Therefore, derived diixens ion~s do not appoar in this table. Although the automnted headboard was, a unique reasumrirx3 devicxe, the te .ijuws sufficke.-tly similar in principle to older headbca-rd rnasuring techniqueos to m-ake cerm-,-)arisens valid. A ge-neral ocarparlson ofF he~ac~oard data fr-cm the 1988 Anthropcmetric Suirvey to headboard data fr= thýe 1967 and 1968 Air Force survey and the 1970 Arm-y survey of Avia-tcrs dernznstrates that the coefficients of variation in the 1938 7Anthrojpc-zoetric Surv,,ey data are o-ral icr than the coe-fficients- of variation of like dimensions from the other three surveys. Thnese sm~aller coe>-fficients are believed to indicate that a more stable subject he-ad po.-sition wasahlievcd usirq the alitorated headbcn--,rd thian could be- achiuvecd with Nh.aelboardjs uned ard Table in precviousý surveys. T-he info=-ation pre entd in th s, a-eni SvyofU.Am nheotr C--I w.,ere taken from the 19P33 tti sticsT Personnel:__1-etho-ds ard S,ýr~r

590

TABLE C-1.

AfNTTlBU

rca ~ cf

wilth Other Svy~

~~

N~~~~

CU

C

o

or-r~e

cornranY;H~

10C

= proct.0 'v cr-zcm ,,rý,-

!ph?

(2) ACTROMT'I, PRGI (3)

(.Ji) 2%CR-PC

[(5) U12)

cPC IPCPCC .C.IIX fv10T cTN I~CNC NC

OF 1{FA E__ ý

ANCLL-E c-RICu:'m&:i 7ý,,-Cc

ýc

uz

PC PC

crCCc

cR

C

C C

NcCC

C

-

IC 1727

'

c1 C IC C

C

C1

(13) 1,]AI

Yi L, -L TTPDOU R14

(D25)

1-3iT7,lTTjl

[(19)

F,F1 A il-DC

E,

T'

PC

1

P

I

C C

fNCllq

(9) BALL 0? FOOT LFNG'11 IIicEP

PC

__()A-MTNRDALLN

ALARP-TOTP OF lTRAD

(C3) AYrLLj :UTCUT (7)T A7LXR (3) TSA1il, OF FODOTc:2u<

~11)

b

1C

(1)

C--

TABLE, C-1. Continued

(24 DP) BcI'G

C>

(25)

BU7TOCKE DEIGHT

(29)

C=AFCH-EIGHT

(30) (31) (118) (H19)

OERIVICALE, HEIGHT G'ERVICALE HEIGH-T, SI'NDG CAEILION-BACK OF HEAND CHEILION-TOP OF HE7A-D

C

NC NC NC NC

CU

C

N

P

N

C

PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC, PC C cu P C_ C C C

(37) CHEST HEIGHT 110) CBIN-BACK OF HEADHll) CIFrN-TOP OF H1EAD F12) CRINION-BACK OF HiEAD '113) CMUMIN-TOP OF HIEAD

(43) (44) (45) (416) 14)

C

CC

(32) CHEST BREADT (33) CHESTUCRCUTVE'EF.NCE (34) CHTEST CIRGMU2I1EIMNICE AT SCYEE (35) CHEST CTR.C BELOW BREAST (36) CHEST DEPTH

(38) CROTCH HEIGHT (39) CROTCH LEENGTH (40) CROTCH LENGT (41) CROT-CH LENGTH, 4(42) CROTCH LENGTH,-

C

cu PC

C

PC PC NC CU CUJ NC CU C

CUCUI PC PC

NC

-

PC PC

(NI)M (0) POSTERIOR (-,Tr; POSTERI1UOR (C)

C

PCC PC PC PC NC I

EAR BREADTH E,2. LENGTH EAR LENGTH ABOVEITEAGION EAR-I PROThTJU3ON~ ECTOORBITALE-!3ACK OF HEAD

CC CC

j

592

I~C C C C

C NC

NC

TABLE1

I

Continued

C-1.

(68) (69) (70) (71) (72)

ITE'RPUJPThLAPY BREAkDTH rNTEIRSCYE1i INERY [11 LKNEE CUiRLTMFERENCE KNTEE H IGHT, MjTDPATELLA

NC NC NC NCON C C C NC

(73)

IGTEE FEIGHT, SfI1TTIG LATERAL FEMOTLAL EPICONDYLE HT

CU CU NC- C NC

(74) (75) H9 4) (76)

LATERAL NMLLEOLUS HEIGHT LIP LENGTH LOWVER THIGH CRCUMiFERENC.E

C

(7)MIDSHOULDER

CU

CU NC C

C

PC

PC

OEBREAI}TH

NC INC PC INC INC NCI NCO

C

NC C

CE NCON

HEA) NECG CM.CICI" (8.2)NEIKHEIGHT, LTRLi" (H2

C

C

CLC

P

N

NOi

CP

I

(3 VPTY0)FIflGERLJTP RUACH---

(84)

~H3J,)

M! (85)

KDUIMGERTIP REAC, EXT FDJGEFT~~IP REAýCH,STNC

PElOT.,VtNM\IE'PACH OF HEAD

5943

PC

clu

NC

PC NC PC

HITSTNGC

(80)ITEC

NC

NC

CU

PC

C

C

PC

NC

CU CU IPC PC PC-----------

MAYIMU'M2 FRONTAL BRE.ADTH (H26) MTEENI'ON-BACK OF HEAD ýHi27) 11ETONITCRMlION LENGTH (7)YEINTON-SELLION LENGTH (2)MENTON-SELLION LENGTH

NC

! PC-

,

(1125)

C

C

CU

T PC PC

p--C

'.VTABLE C-1. Continued34

C'

(1137) (8,2) (9,1) (M1B)

(11,3)

C175

SPE(LIO¾N-TEQ OF liND

ICU

DTXT, Y-Nm S71.2CINC i-2JtG

1INý

M.

M SIEE

M

uC

C P

--

SLEEVLEONGH Cc SPAM

P

(941) L'GHSF2 (102) SLEEVE 303T~ U HAS-PD (1037) V C72 I. 1T:crym~'''C

(99 0'fO\'A

C

C~ UtCC C

(1143)______PC

i

C

C

10NC Y'NCC

jNC

C

INC)

PCD

CU

CLV

cC CC

SKTFYC

MAWCK INT\C

C

C7,I

OFThADCU ltO IC\2UECl OFiO

SETI

(0)

INC

C

C

4

cu

CC C? i; c 1 -.

N

C TC

C

NCC

C C

fC C .

:4C

7.

TABLE C-1. Continued 0

1

(107) (108)

TiROC`HA!=FJON h-EIGHiT VERTICAL TRUN-K CIEC (ASCC)

(109) (110) (111)

VERTICA-L TRUJN CIIEC (USA) WAIST BACK LENGTIH (IM) WAIST BACK LENGTH (0)

NC PC NC NC

(112) (113) (114)

WAIST BDRTEADTH WAIST CITI'ThILFERENCE (Ni) WAIST CIT3CITh-rEBRENCE (C)

NC CUI

WAIST DEPTH

NC

(115) (116)

C• C

I

NC NC C

PC

ICUCUCU C C

c

NCNC

C

C

CU

C

NC

WAIST FROiNTLiI' LENGTH (NI)

(117) WAIST FROTr LENGTH (0) (118) (119) (120)

:

NC

(121)

WAIST HEIGHT (NI) WAIST _IEIG-T (0) WAIST HEIGHT, SriT'DNG (Ni) WAISTH SIGHT, SITTING (0)

(122) (123) (124)

W-AIST-I-HP LENGTH WAIST (NI) - WAIST (0) LENGTH WEIGH1T

C

C

C

(125) (126)

W-IST-CENTER OF GRIP LENGTH WRIST CL.•CLhTER'ENCE

NC NC NC C

C

CU C

C

C

NC

C

C

C

C

C

NC C

C

C

(L7) WRIST HEIG11T

1 1

(128)

WRIST HIEIGHT, SPITING

(1-29) (130)

WRIIST-I0DEX. FENGER LENGTH ISTImmTIP LENGTH

(131)

WRIST-WALLE'GH LENGTH

(132)

WRMST-WALL ILNGTH EXTENDED

I

(H45) ZYGION-BACK OF !ZHEAD 46(H4.) ZYGION-TOP OF I-MEAD 147)

(H48)

ZYCO.F.RONOlT%.LE-BACcK OF

EMAJ)

ZYGOF.ROL4TALE-TOP OF HEAD

596

...................-~..'---,----....-.....---

----

n'.

AG Ic,

ur

bi

--

af

iy

A7iXE t Dt12J

to tý->ýfý~

>:W~i.

of tL:2 hizfy; e'2c;ccz

~o-tc

a pr-c2i,,

symrkttic-al y "'icbfiial

c

b~c.,Irtbc.

J ha-

fl-

k .

cim27 11 --r,

ý:J

.n

c~2z r ralThticcn to c-,ah of tL;o

cn t2>-.,

A 507

to

ý:iz uzracz of twe

iI canths-

a corner or angle formed by the meeting of the eyelids.

coronal plane - any vertical plane at right angles to the midsagittal plane (see Figure D-1). deltoid mml e - the rnsscle that forms the flesh of the lateral side of the upper third of the upper arm. distal -

the end of a bone or body sogrt farthest fr=n the head; as

oqosed to proxinal (see Figure D-1).

dorsal -- pertainirn to the back of the body or one of its parts (on the hand, its top surface as opposed to its paIamr surface). epiccndyle - the bony esinence at the distal end of the h~uerus, radius, and femsr. extend - to mve adjacent segments so that the angle between them is increased, as when the leg is straightened; as cpposed to flex. femoral epiccndyle end of the fornr. femur -

-

the bony projections on either side of the distal

the thigh bone.

flex -- to rve a joint in such a dircction as to bring tcgether the tao

parts which it connects, as when the elbxw is bent; as cpposed to exterd. fossa -

a depreesion, usually scmmewhat lorgitudinal i.,. shapc, in the

surface of a part, as in a bore.

Frankfort plane - thle stardard horizontal plan- or orientation of the head. The :plare is established by a line passing throuxh the right tragion (approximate earhole) and the lowest point of the right orbit (eye, socket). frcatal bore hypz-m¢xted

the bo-ne th-at unnderlies te

--

forehead.

to cverextend a limb or other part of the body.

iliac -- pertaLnirg to an ilium, whtichl is one of the three fused bones

that form cne side of the pelvis. iliac crest -- the superior rim of a pelvic bone. ilium - the larrjest arA sunerior bone of the three fused bones that form one side of the pelvis. inferior

-

beilo,

in relation to another structure;

luier

(•e

Fige re

D-I). Litera-l -

lying near or toward the sides of the bcdy; a- cppcszed to

ir'dial (see Figmre D-1). . 5I

ia~e:iezC;:-.e-tlhe rcar2c vtad ener f orr's-the p-? t ricr~fr

cari cn oceof the axiIa

abcove the flh

lower ha-If of tho hack n a -ii .uch a war-y tr'nt its-( i)

ralcli -m cndcd~ bcrn& pŽ:ýJc::ticn on siith orf the ankleo. Tee lateral icalicolus, cr icn tec. of t c ani1e, is ar- t~he distal end of the fih'1.fia (ccra of thet;o bra of t"', colt); h vzli aleoluc;, l on the inside-ý of thez anI:le, is at th-e d~ist'.al e-.u1 of the tibia(hibn) irandi1blD

th-ý jaubo ne.

-

ymastoicd pzc-..:s5 - lcr-st beyprnjzý:a-C-~n can b.ea 1: faR!i irxc.diatclv eie th1-e or rad~eial ryig wa laterial (caFigse]-l)

or tce,7,-cd -the

iln

ad -L-)abelow the ear.

It

of the- bod"y; a-s c~prn-ad to

car'cc:>arrc xl jnt joint (hrclch ) for-nd by the jtuncture- of haan)with" theý pa Ibne :eeap -7

a fnjrbn

rcetrc~m~sc-eeljciŽ.t - a joint fa iii~a;'ital ooe ,.e vLrtical right and le-.ft halve-s (E:aý ijur olocmrc he aaxirlend

which dkivides the body into

the2 1paicc sidec of thec hard-; as oppo~sed- to its,

-

p~cte~lla

juncture ofato

of the uhna (ellcc;).

--

pace areiireto oseIsum ace.

ar -)

hy the,.

thle krKn-ccco.

-

p:aýonx-r-

i f]incjor or toe' bore?--.

p!!7?if07. a ist here on theý: I.-ttlfic essd b~of "CaleJm. it can bW felit. as a barny puueac fleshI-y yr-c at e c>f the sale. -

§artr-cprtai-nirj to tE:cr soeof tl'heý

faýCt.

an a at aining to th a bc- of teac;as --

h~ dof a boea ice(;.eFTe1)

-

1-to

theIa, r

of th ,ies'~r~ le'-Z:1

Y'ic9:rw 1>-i)

c.c

e>seitneea nec to

t*'

of thýe ha~rk at the, utbl;

thb

raer

to eatezries,.

heheed; asf ideor the arxeý. a g:ciý ', It.rte;hi~er(

sLpIa

designating abave or onl.

-prefix

temporal crest - a ridge originating on. the zygoaretic proces--s of the frontal bcne and extending along-- the lator-al azspect of the skull. t~txraci

-

petinn

to te

thorax; in thi

tax,

pnextining

especially to tŽ's vertidbra to which the riba are att'scach2" tŽlxn-m - that p~art of the trank between the neck and the abd(nen emclosed by thbe rib cagee. trapezius - the large iurcle thiat originates an the neckýd and the upper half of the ba--ck and ccnvsrges on the shculder betv; ýPn ricoldrand acmmunon. vertebra - a bnae of the spine. In hurnans there are seven:-, ce.rvical (necz) , 12 thoracic (chest) , f~i~ve 1ludar (lcwmr back) , five sacra~l (fused), and four car-ial (tail) vertesbraie. z~gcr-AdbC azdch - th-e hbany arch below and to the side of the orbit of the skIull extaending horizontally along 'the side of the head fram the cheekýbone (the zzygacnatic bone) nearly to the extern=al ear. ZYCI-tic I=ane cheek.

-

a bone of the facee underlying the upper part of the

7he information prceszted in this apprEndix was takcen frcam tha 192,1 statisticn

600

Th•e Bi... '

chc

1.

T;

...

US ARMY ANTH20PC0TRIC SURVEY (AISUR) BIOGRAPHICAL DATA;

TODAY'S

.

ATE: ....... Month

Day

TODAY'S POST: ..............

...... Year

Name: ....................

......

(Last)

2.

Unit to i,,-iich you

(Company) . litry

......................... (Fi rst)

(0i•i,....,.g imnt)

(?ottalion/Tittcry/Group) C......n..

/..../

(Divisio

Rcgur Iarmy /

Army Innorv',

I ..... .1

ational Guard

MIitary Personn2l C1-s /../

IEnlisted

/./ I..

rWarrant Officcr (Specify

.nch:.........................

Commissioned Officer (Specify

5.

Pankl/Gr..de:

6.

Time in Service:

7.

,,10.

8.

With ;hich hond do you usn.ally fire a '. /....../

9.

.... (Hiddle)

mr• assignrd at this post:

i ....

4.

IILITARY HISTORY

..........

Right

With w.hich ey. .......

/ .........

........

/ Right

.....

(e.g.,

LTC 1 05)

n

(e.g.,

Y'rs, ......

(Pr im ry)..

/....../ do you us,•illy I.......

2vanch: .....................

..........

Left

2 Years, 4 ?ronths)

(S cmondary) ,ni /....../

Eithar Hand

sight Lour v':--n? Lift

)

I.......

60].

Either Eyc

rTh- Biograph~ical Data- Formn (contini-ed) US ARMY ANTHROPOMETRIC SURVEY (AWSUR) PERSONAL HISTORY

BIOGRAPHICAL DATA:

Age:

.......

3.

Sex:

I ..... / Vale Female

I..I

Race:

/ White, not of Hispanic origin

/.

/ Black, not of Hispanic origin

..

/ Hispanic

I..

Asian/Pacific Islander

/../

/ American Indian/Alaskan Native

/. /

.

/ Mixed (Specify: .................................

......

How tall are you in bare feet?

Feet 6.

How much do you weigh without clothes?

7.

Do you wear:

..

(e.g.,

5' 8")

Inches .......

Prescription Glasses?

I..

Prescription Contact Lenses?

... 8.

.

/.

....

)

.............................

Other (Specify:

/. 5.

i

Years

2.

4.

Day).. J....... (Year)

(Mo.nth)J.l.. (Mnh

1. Your Birthdate:

Pounds

Both?

/ Neither?

With ýiich hand do you usually write? /.

/ Right

I.

/ Left

/.

/ Either Hand

602

i.

9.

Do you currently participate in rasist.nc.

cr f.......ht training at

least once a Yo...? I/....../

os

/.No If you ens'-ercd "No", go to "u,.ton 10. If you answored "Yes" , cc•..,, a, h-ow long W~e ;nu b:'2 .Years...... b.

c.

.....

in th~is training?

... (ENOpl2: 2 "M

do you nc

, 7 Aonths)

train?

DRys rr %Wee

On the days that you train, ho'w many hours pir day do you train? Upper body: •y.......

Io,,;ar 10.

Sb, ard 9c.

Dis o2r =Q,

Upper body: Lower body:

WNWi..

."nts

How many day's par,

qua.stions On,

Hours p'ar dBy

Hours par day

Do you currently run cn a rcl',lar basis? /....../Yes

If you anC•Žrrcd ",',

go to q'.:2;stion 11.

If you ans',,r .d"Yos , c.cc-.lat2 que t ins l., lb, a.

How long hWve you bWn rannig>•? .....

b.

Years .

(Ex
3

Moars,

9 EWonts)

How many days ;:or cwia" do y•u ncw run?

. c.

and 10c.

... Days per YMu

On the days that you run, ho.>, mny miles do you usually cover? .....

Mil Ies .~i603

co:;

Che BigraFhi cal Data Forn (continued) .......................................

11.

Your Birthplace:

12.

Mother's Birthplace:

...................................

13.

Father's Birthplace:

...................................

14.

Mother's Race:

/. /../

/ White,

not of Hispanic origin

Black, not of Hispanic origin . / Hispanic

...

15.

Father's Race:

/ Asian/Pacific Islander

1./

1American Indian/Alaskan Native

/.

/ Mixed (Specify:

........................

/.

I Other (Specify:

........................

/.

/ White, not of Hispanic origin

/../

Black, not of Hispanic origin

/..I

Hispanic

/../

Asian/Pacific Islander

/.

./ American Indian/Alaskan Native

I ..... / Mixed (Specify:

........................

/ Other (Specify:

.......................

/.

DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LTNE

16.

Ethnicity/National Extraction:

17.

Body Dimensions

Subject: ..................... Mother:

.....................

Actual Height ...............

Father:

.....................

Actual Weight ...............

604

I

Loading...

AD-A241 952 - Defense Technical Information Center

AD-A241 952 ýS¶AlNABI 'r TECHNICAL REPORT NATICK/ TR-91 / 040 AD 1988 ANTHROPOMETRIC SURVEY OF U.S. ARMY PERSONNEL: PILOT SUMMARY STATISTICS DTI...

28MB Sizes 1 Downloads 0 Views

Recommend Documents

Annual - Defense Technical Information Center
Sep 30, 1996 - Patients. Other nominees were: CPT Bradley F. Schwartz, Department of Surgery, Urology Service, for his r

Information in Warfare - Defense Technical Information Center
STRATEGIC. APPRAISAL. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited. Information in Warf

Family Law Guide - Defense Technical Information Center
Jun 11, 1998 - FORM OF AGREEMENT 3-19. A. Introduction and Directions for Use 3-19. B. Standard Provisions 3-19. C. Samp

European Geophysical Society - Defense Technical Information Center
Monte Carlo sim- ulation shows that parameters established by calibration, using the observed data, should be regarded a

20000405 035 5Ä - Defense Technical Information Center
Aug 30, 1977 - JPRS 69708. 30 August 1977. REFERENCE AID. ABBREVIATIONS IN THE: LATIN AMERICAN PRESS. This report consis

a394343.tiff - Defense Technical Information Center
exploitation tools such as computer Viruses, Trojan horses, WOrms, logic bombs, and eavesdropping Sniffers that can dest

a328974.tiff - Defense Technical Information Center
ATI-136615. Visual acuity tasks in a submarine. D. Farnsworth and F. L. Dimmick. 1951. ATI-155137. Oxygen consumption an

JAWS Thesis - Defense Technical Information Center
Jun 12, 2015 - Form Approved. OMB No. 0704-0188. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated

consolidation grouting - Defense Technical Information Center
Grout evaluation. 19. ABSTRACT (Continue on reverse if necessary and identify by block number). Factors involved in the

report documentation page - Defense Technical Information Center
to fail, were it capable of handling all possible situations, then the human operator ... be applied in crew system desi