Piloting Quality Assessment Systems

UDC 629.735.017.1.083(045) DOI:10.18372/1990-5548.61.14221

Y. V. Hryshchenko, V. G. Romanenko, D. M. Pipa, A. I. Amelina. Piloting Quality Assessment Systems // Electronics and Control Systems, N 3(61) – Kyiv: NAU, 2019. – pp. 55–60.
This article discusses the problem of the quality assessing of the crew piloting technique at the entrance to the glide path. The boundaries of the entrance to the glide path have been clarified, taking into account the human factor in the director mode of aircraft control. When entering the glide path, is important to consider not only the accuracy of movements but also the airspeed of the aircraft. The issue of receiving a warning about a failure In the systems measuring airspeed or angle of attack is considered. The developed warning system is based on the analysis of the correlation fields of flight parameters. There are cases when, instead of maintaining the correct flight parameters, the crew disproportionately increases the angle of attack, which leads to a corkscrew, or introduces the plane into a sharp dive with a further collision with the earth’s surface. Therefore, it is necessary to assess the quality of the crew piloting technique before entering the glide path. When flying in a circle, this is from the end of the fourth U-turn to landing. Incorrect actions of the crew are associated with its stressful state. It is also offered a system for determining the deterioration of the piloting technology quality under the influence of negative factors on a human operator. This system is based on the analysis of the. autocorrelation functions. Index Terms–flight path; glide path; human factor; parameter amplitude.

Index Terms—flight path; glide path; human factor; parameter amplitude.

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