Human Factors Literature Relevant to Civil Aviation: A Guide for Management and Design Engineers
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Contents Human factors methodssystems design maintainability use of simulators and computers in man-machine studies Accident INVESTIGATIONincident analysis Crash safetyemergency evacuation and survival restraint systems decelerative forces Anthropometry and cabin designbiomechanics doors seats personal equipment Equipment designpanels displays instrument workspace layout Control system dynamicssimulation tracking Visual factors in air navigation and ground controlradar conspicuity approach lighting Airspace utilizationnavigation SST profiles automatic landing--adaptive control Air traffic control systems operation Personnel factorsselection and training Skilled performancefatigue stress work schedules biological rhythms communication networks speech and hearing information processing computer storage and retrieval Environmental factorslighting noise temperature ventilation climate Acceleration and vibrationdisorientation vertigo Altitude physiology Toxicologyfuels dusts sprays radiation ozone and Aircrew and passenger comfort and healthpreventive medicine drugs diets aging.
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems