THE HUMAN FACTOR IN THE DESIGN AND LAYOUT OF SUBMARINE EQUIPMENT: ANALYSIS OF WAR PATROL REPORTS AND INTERVIEWS.
Progress rept. no. 6,
PSYCHOLOGICAL CORP NEW YORK
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Pertinent comments on the following aspects of the man-machine relationship are summarized a modifications of current equipment to simplify perception of displays and operation of controls. b location of equipment for most efficient operations. c problems of intra-craft and inter-craft communication. d recommended fire control procedures. e examples of mechanical and human errors. f training of personnel. g problems of health, fatigue and morale. h requests for new equipment. Author
- Submarine Engineering
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems