Accession Number : ADA322290
Title : Investigation of Pilot Induced Oscillation Tendency and Prediction Criteria Development.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Feb 94-Mar 95,
Corporate Author : MOSCOW INST OF AVIATION TECHNOLOGY (USSR)
Personal Author(s) : Efremov, Alexander V. ; Rodchenko, Victor V. ; Boris, Sergey
PDF Url : ADA322290
Report Date : MAY 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 298
Abstract : This report documents the results of work of three Russian institutions directed towards the development of criteria for analysis and prediction of pilot-induced oscillation (PIO) tendencies. The first section of the report covers work done at the Moscow Aviation Institute to determine some of the basic influences of PIO and develop new criteria or modify existing criteria for the prediction of PIO tendencies. The second section describes work done at the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute to investigate PIO tendencies utilizing a ground-based simulator to evaluate the effects of feel system dynamics and control sensitivities on PIO tendencies. The third section describes work done at the Gromov Flight Research Institute on the use of TU-154 in-flight simulator to evaluate and validate various criteria for the prediction of PIO tendencies in flight for Class III aircraft.
Descriptors : *PILOTS, *HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING, *FLIGHT MANEUVERS, *FLIGHT SIMULATION, ALGORITHMS, AVIONICS, COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, FLIGHT TESTING, FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS, PERFORMANCE TESTS, PERFORMANCE(HUMAN), INFLIGHT, RUSSIA, FLIGHT SIMULATORS, MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS, AVIATION SAFETY, OSCILLATION, REACTION(PSYCHOLOGY).
Subject Categories : Military Aircraft Operations
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE