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AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT AND COCKPIT LIGHTING BY RED OR WHITE LIGHT.
ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARIS (FRANCE)
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Contents Cockpit lighting requirements in the RAF Visual functions as determining factors for quality and amount of effective panel and cockpit lighting Legibility of various sized letters under aviation red, lunar white, and neutrally-filtered incandescent white lighting systems An examination of carrier flight deck and hangar deck lighting systems Color discrimination and chart reading under red- and low-intensity white light Action sur la vision des differents modes declairage du tableau de bord Merits of red or white lighting for naval use Assessment of red and white illumination for equal legibility The effect of red and of white instrument lighting on the dark adaptation index The effect of night cockpit luminance, red and white, on central and peripheral visual performance Luminance measurements for red and white-lighted aircraft instruments The effect of red versus white lighting on dark adaptation using a simulated instrument panel for preadaptation Les problemes declairage des postes de pilotage Human factor aspects in aircraft interior lighting White lighting of instruments in USAF aircraft Operational evaluation of filtered and unfiltered white aircraft instrument lighting Red light for cockpit lighting--results of an inquiry and of some investigations Admissible white preadaptation levels compared with red preadaptation.
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