Accession Number : ADA953981
Title : Research on the Simulation Requirements of Aerospace Vehicle Motion Characteristics in Ground Training Systems: A Systematic Bibliography,
Corporate Author : AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
Personal Author(s) : Buckhout, R.
Report Date : AUG 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 60
Abstract : The present bibliography covers a broad range of topics because of the complexity of even partially simulating the spectrum of motion stimuli encountered in aerospace flight. The first section consists of reports on spatial orientation, vertigo, the perception of motion stimuli, nystagmus, and the physiology of vertibular receptor mechanisms. In Section II are listed reports on acceleration, vibration and buffeting, tumbling and weightlessness research. Acceleration physiology studies and reports on weightlessness are only partially listed, since both areas have been so well reviewed previously, and only a limited number of the reports have some relationship to training. The studies most directly related to the training problem, are listed in Section III, Training. In Section IV are listed literature surveys, analyses, general books and reports on space science, and aviation medicine. Section V includes reports on the aerospace environment and specialized research efforts which bear on the motion problem.
Descriptors : *MOTION, *SIMULATION, *AEROSPACE CRAFT, *BIBLIOGRAPHIES, *FLIGHT SIMULATORS, *STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY), *AEROSPACE MEDICINE, AIR FORCE RESEARCH, REPORTS, REQUIREMENTS, VEHICLES, AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS, GROUND SUPPORT, TRAINING DEVICES, TRAINING, STIMULI, HUMAN BODY, METHODOLOGY, VIBRATION, BUFFETING, WEIGHTLESSNESS, ACCELERATION, PHYSIOLOGY, PERCEPTION, LITERATURE SURVEYS, TUMBLING, SPACE SCIENCES, VERTIGO, SPACE PERCEPTION.
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE