DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN STANDARDS FOR GROUND SUPPORT CONSOLES
Final technical rept.
AIR FORCE AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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Experience gained in using a single standardized ground-support console configuration in the WS 131-B, Hound Dog, is discussed. Other ground console designs for possible standardization in future systems are described in detail. All designs are derived from a basic sit-stand configuration and will accommodate approximately 95 of the USAF male population and approximately 60 of the USAF female population. Each of the consoles can be made from five standard subassemblies. The suggested standard configurations permit engineering design freedom, yet restrict certain dimensional characteristics of the consoles to assure accommodation to the requirements and capabilities of the operator.
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