Flight Tests of Pilotage Error in Area Navigation with Vertical Guidance.
Final rept. Dec 71-Aug 72 on phase 2,
ILLINOIS UNIV SAVOY AVIATION RESEARCH LAB
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Pilotage error during a complex 18-segment three-dimensional area navigation procedure was measured during 32 simulated instrument flights. These empirical observations were compared statistically with corresponding values of pilotage error previously assumed in FAA AC 90-45 and RTCA DO-152. The experimental variables were pilot experience level and vertical display type. The major task variable was angle of climb or descent. Pilot performance was measured in terms of altitude, crosstrack, airspeed, and procedural errors. Modified author abstract
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems