A Study of the Feasibility and Desirability of Developing a Generalized Underwater Fire-Control System Maintenance Trainer.
Final rept. 1969-1970,
CANYON RESEARCH GROUP INC GOLETA CA HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH DIV
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The purpose of the research was to determine the feasibility and desirability of developing a generalized fire-control system maintenance trainer to support training in basic maintenance and calibration of U. S. Navy underwater fire-control systems, and to determine the design and use characteristics of such a device. The research was based on the same concepts which led to the development of a generalized sonar maintenance trainer and was accomplished using the same procedures consequently the research had as a second objective the further validation of the concept of generalized maintenance training. A sample of fire-control systems was analyzed in detail to establish their common functional and design characteristics, common maintenance requirements, and common maintenance training requirements. Author
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