Accession Number:

ADA134833

Title:

Aircrew Automated Escape Systems (AAES) In-Service Usage Data Analyses. Volume 1. Papers Presented at the Annual SAFE Symposium (21st), San Antonio, Texas, 5,6,7,8 November 1983.

Descriptive Note:

Annual rept. 1 Jan-31 Dec 79,

Corporate Author:

NAVAL WEAPONS ENGINEERING SUPPORT ACTIVITY WASHINGTON DC

Report Date:

1983-11-05

Pagination or Media Count:

625.0

Abstract:

Compilation of papers concerning ejection seat type aircrew automated escape systems AAES inservice usage and experience. Subjects include Problems in using success rates to quantify escape system reliability The effects of family ties among ejection seats A critique of U.S. Navy ejection seat design Test and RM specifications Discussions of plans for continuing to analyze escape system usage data In-service safety aspects of ejection seat type escape systems Quality assurance planning of escape systems testing and test data acquisition Analysis of windblast, flail and tumble Factors influencing frequency and severity of neck injuries sustained by ejectees Mishap aircrew anthropometry analysis and screening techniques Discussion of maintenance induced fatalities and injuries Experience with side-by-side unsequenced ejection seats Pilot study to ascertain means for enhancing knowledge concerning usage of life support systems during ejections Injury and equipment damage patterns The flight surgeons report FSR usefullness and Proposed field investigators guides for investigating the emergency use of escape and life support systems. Author

Subject Categories:

  • Aircraft
  • Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems
  • Life Support Systems
  • Escape, Rescue and Survival

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE