EFFECTS OF VIBRATION, NOISE AND TASK COMPLEXITY ON PERFORMANCE IN ROTARY WING AND FIXED WING AIRCRAFT.
Progress rept., 1 Jun 64-31 May 66,
OHIO STATE UNIV RESEARCH FOUNDATION COLUMBUS AVIATION MEDICINE RESEARCH LAB
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Section one describes theoretical considerations underlying studies of pilot performance. It discusses some of the difficulties inherent in measurement of pilot performance and describes criteria used in these studies for systems of measurement. Section two contains a description of an objective method for assessment of pilot performance in rotary wing aircraft. It describes an experiment based on this method and presents initial analyses of the data. The method is discussed and suggestions are made for further studies. Section three describes an objective method of assessing pilot performance in fixed wing aircraft. The instrumentation necessary to assess this method is presented and the implications of the technique are discussed. Section four briefly describes revised instrumentation designed to provide both psychomotor and physiological data in rotary wing aircraft. A number of appendices provide information regarding the analytical and computer techniques used in the study, and present summaries of the data obtained to date. Author
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