FLIGHT RESEARCH EXPERIMENT TO DETERMINE RIDE QUALITY AND PASSENGER ACCEPTANCE
The period covered by the report runs from June 15, 1973 through June 14, 1974. During this period, progress was made in two areas. First, a preliminary analysis of Jetstar ride-comfort data was completed. This included a study of human reaction to a two-axis motion environment produced by the GPAS system and the gathering of baseline data for ground-based simulator validation. In addition, a preliminary screening of bank angle effects was obtained. The second area in which progress was made is in the design and analysis of a ride-smoothing system for the Jetstar aircraft.
- Report on Short-Haul Air Transportation Program.
University of Virginia, CharlottesvilleCenter for Transportation Studies, P.O. Box 400742
Charlottesville, VA United States 22904-4742
National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationFlight Research Center
Edwards AFB, CA United States 93523
- JACOBSON, I D
- KUHLTHAU, A R
- Publication Date: 1974-7
- Pagination: 26 p.
- TRT Terms: Business aircraft; Comfort; Customer satisfaction; Flight simulators; Human factors engineering; Jet propelled aircraft; Kinematics; Motion; Passenger aircraft; Passenger comfort; Passengers; Quality of service; Ride quality; Simulation; Turbulence
- Identifier Terms: Lockheed L-1329 JetStar
- Uncontrolled Terms: Flight simulation
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Passenger Transportation; Safety and Human Factors;
- Accession Number: 00191190
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: NASA-CR-139738 Memo Rpt.
- Contract Numbers: NGR-47-005-202
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: May 11 1979 12:00AM