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STUDY PLANS
2019/2020

Human Factor in Aviation

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2221179 Z,ZK 3 2P+1C Czech
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Department of Aerospace Engineering
Synopsis:

Human Factors in Aviation, eligibility and Limitations, accident statistics, the concept of flight safety, basic aviation physiology and health maintenance, basic Aviation Psychology, information, attention and alertness, perception, memory, error, reliability, decision making, knowledge of security, personality and attitudes, stress, fatigue, body rhythm, stress management, human factor requirements according to European regulations for civil aviation, requirements for pilots according to JAR FCL, requirements for devices - Part 66.

Requirements:

No requirements.

Syllabus of lectures:

? Human Factors in Aviation

? Eligibility and Limitations

? Accident statistics, the concept of flight safety

? Basic aviation physiology and health maintenance

? Basic Aviation Psychology

? Information, attention and alertness, perception, memory, error

? Reliability, decision making, knowledge of security

? Personality and attitudes, stress, fatigue, body rhythm, stress management

? human factor requirements according to European regulations for civil aviation

? Requirements for pilots according to JAR FCL

? Requirements for devices - Part 66 of Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003

Syllabus of tutorials:

? Human Factors in Aviation

? Eligibility and Limitations

? Accident statistics, the concept of flight safety

? Basic aviation physiology and health maintenance

? Basic Aviation Psychology

? Information, attention and alertness, perception, memory, error

? Reliability, decision making, knowledge of security

? Personality and attitudes, stress, fatigue, body rhythm, stress management

? human factor requirements according to European regulations for civil aviation

? Requirements for pilots according to JAR FCL

? Requirements for devices - Part 66 of Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003

Study Objective:

Mastering the basics of the field of human factors in aviation.

Study materials:

?Human Factors in Aviation Academic Press; 1989, ISBN-10: 0127500316

?Jensen R. S., Trollip S. R.,: Human Factors for General Aviation, Jeppesen, ISBN 9780884871385

?Garland D. J., Wise J. A., Hopkin V. D.: Handbook of Aviation Human Factors, Routledge, 1998

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