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1D Anthropometric database

The DINED 1D Database makes it easy to compare anthropometric data from several studies available and to automate statistical calculations.

Select from a variety of populations, further divided into specific datasets. You can also see data for male, female and mixed populations separately and compare populations or combine them.
Easily see which measures are available for the currently selected datasets and select measures to compare. You can also get more information on specific measures.
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View and compare data in a variety of ways: a table with mean and standard deviations, single measurements. or a table with measurements for a specific percentile or percentiles for a specific measurement.

Populations

  • Dutch adults

    2004 dined2004

    The most recent version of the DINED-series was based on two sources. The first is the Geron-project 1993-1998 of the TU Delft Ergonomics group (see also the Geron 1998 table), which provides the basic body dimensions. Second source is the Caesar-project

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 20–30
    • 31–60
    • 60+
    • 20–60

    People involved

    • Dirken, TUD
    • Steenbekkers, WUR
    • Daanen, TNO
    • Voorbij NEN
    • Molenbroek, TUD

    Related publications

  • Dutch adults

    2003 dined2003

    Dined 2003 was a joint project from TU Delft and TNO Human Factors. It focuses on the basic body dimensions (no cicumferences) and aims at giving a reliable estimation of the Dutch population by combining two sources for these dimensions.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 18–30
    • 31–65
    • 65–80

    People involved

    • Dr Hein A.M.Daanen
    • Arno J. Krul
    • Dr Johan F.M. Molenbroek

    Related publications

    • DINED 2003 by H.A.M. Daanen, A.J.Krul and J.F.M. Molenbroek. Uitgeverij Kerckebosch, Zeist 2003
    • Steenbekkers, LPA and van Beijsterveldt et al. Design Relevant characteristics of ageing users. TUDelft, 1998
  • Dutch adults

    1982 dined1982

    The original DINED dataset from 1982 was used for more then 20 years as a standard in furniture industry and was published as appendix from NPR1813 by the NEN.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 20–60

    People involved

    • Molenbroek JFM
    • JM Dirken

    Related publications

    • Nederlandse lichaamsmaten voor ontwerpen, DINED tabel by JFM Molenbroek. Tijdschrift voor ergonomie, volume 11 (1986), issue 4, page 16-19
    • Nederlandse lichaamsmaten voor ontwerpen, DINED tabel, derde herziene editie by JFM Molenbroek and JM Dirken. TU Delft, 1986
    • Nederlandse Praktijkrichtlijn NPR 1813, Ergonomie ? Ergonomische uitgangspunten voor kantoormeubelen en aanwijzingen voor gebruik - Toelichting bij NEN 1812 en 2449 by NEN, 1990
    • Poly-technisch zakboekje by Ir. PHH Leijendeckers, Ing. MCM van Maarschalkerwaart, Prof.Ir. JE Rijnsdorp and Ir. Sj. Tytsma. P.B.N.A., 1987
  • Dutch elderly

    1998 geron1998

    The TU Delft Geron project was a national study in which 750 subjects, who lived independently, were assessed. In total about 80 variables, all more or less important for product use, were measured. The sample consisted of four age groups ranging from 50

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 50–54
    • 55–59
    • 60–64
    • 65–69
    • 70–74
    • 75–79
    • 80+

    People involved

    • C.E.M. van Beijsterveldt
    • J.M.Dirken (Project leader)
    • J.J.Houtkamp
    • J.F.M.Molenbroek
    • L.P.A. Steenbekkers
    • A.I.M.Voorbij

    Related publications

    • L.P.A. Steenbekkers, C.E.M. van Beijsterveldt (eds), J.M.Dirken, J.F.M.Molenbroek, A.I.M. Voorbij and J.J. Houtkamp Design-relevant characteristics of ageing users, Delft University Press 1998 (per 1-1-2006 IO-Press Amsterdam)
  • Dutch children

    1993 kima1993

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • 12

    People involved

  • Dutch elderly

    1984 gdvv1984

    This data was measured in 1982 in cooperation with Gemeentelijke Dienst Verpleging en Verzorging, the association for elderly care and housing in The Hague.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 53+

    People involved

    • J.F.M. Molenbroek
    • J.J. Houtkamp
    • A.K.C. Burger

    Related publications

    • Anthropometry of elderly people in the Netherlands; research and applications by JFM Molenbroek. Applied Ergonomics, volume 18 (1987), issue 3, page 187-199
    • IO bijzondere onderwerpen 16, bejaardenanthropometrie by JFM Molenbroek, JJ Houtkamp and AKC Burger. Technische Hogeschool Delft, 1983
  • Dutch Growth

    growthdiagrams

    This data gives the grow diagrams of children from 0 to 21 years measured in the Netherlands in 1955, 1965, 1980 and 1997. The first two studies included about 40.000 children.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 1 month
    • 2 months
    • 3 months
    • 4 months
    • 5 months
    • 6 months
    • 7 months
    • 8 months
    • 9 months
    • 10 months
    • 11 months
    • 12 months
    • 13 months
    • 14 months
    • 15 months
    • 1.5
    • 2
    • 2.5
    • 3
    • 3.5
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16
    • 17
    • 18
    • 19
    • 20
    • 21

    People involved

    • A.M. Fredriks
    • S. van Buuren
    • R.J.F Burgmeijer
    • S.P. Verloove-Vanhorick
    • J.M. Wit

    Related publications

    • Groeidiagrammen handleiding bij het meten en wegen van kinderen en het invullen van groeidiagrammen. TNO/LUMC, Leiden, 2002
  • Dutch students

    1994 dutchstudents

    This dataset is the result of a third year practicum with Delft Industrial Design Engineering students, measurements on students are done in three successive years.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 19–36

    People involved

    • J.F.M. Molenbroek

    Related publications

    • Op maat gemaakt. Menselijke maten voor het ontwerpen en beoordelen van gebruiksgoederen. by JFM Molenbroek (Doctoral thesis). Delft University of Technology, 1994
  • International

    1989 international

    Results from a literature study in which the world is divided in 20 regions.

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • International
    • North American
    • Latin American (Indians)
    • Latin American (rest)
    • North Europe
    • Central Europe
    • Eastern Europe
    • South East Europe
    • France
    • Spain and Portugal
    • North Africa
    • West Africa
    • South East Africa
    • Middle East
    • North India
    • South India
    • North Asia
    • South China
    • South East Asia
    • Australia (european)
    • Japan

    People involved

    • H.W. Juergens
    • I.A. Aaune
    • U. Pieper
    • J.F.M. Molenbroek

    Related publications

    • International data on anthropometry by Juergens et al., ILO, Geneve, 1989
  • Chilean children

    2012 chile2012

    This is research was carried out by The Universidad de Valparaiso. The sample is from 3.046 students, with ages ranging from 6 to 18 years old, from basic and secondary schools in the Valparaiso Region, Chile. This is part of a project regarding School fu

    Age groups

    The population in this study is divided into the following age groups:

    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16
    • 17
    • 18

    People involved

    • Ignacio Castellucci
    • Carlos Viviani
    • Monica Catalan
    • Jimena Rojas
    • Pedro Arezes
    • Johan Molenbroek