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Noise Analysis and Countermeasures of Training Aircraft(C172) According to Flight Course (비행경로에 따른 훈련용 항공기(C172)의 소음 분석 및 대책)

  • Jeon, Seung-Joon;Kim, Woo-Jin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.235-242
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    • 2018
  • This study has been conducted for current situation of and countermeasures for aircraft noise. Aircraft noise is difficult to control, because of its wide-range effects, and it needs a great deal of funding for noise prevention like removal airport or land purchasing. And, in effort of determine whether aircraft noise can have health effects such as hearing loss, hypertension and psychological stress. This study, which uses of noise data around flight training airports in Korea, tries to understand and confirm related laws and regulations, and present civil application and situation of countermeasures. And, by measuring data of flight training airport, the situation of training aircraft noise problem have tried to confirm. To overcome these limitations and establish appropriate measures against noise, we made noise map with INM version 7.0, FAA aircraft noise prediction program, and evaluated aircraft noise. To overcome these limitations and establish appropriate measures against noise, we made noise map with INM version 7.0, FAA aircraft noise prediction program, and evaluated aircraft noise. In particular, the FAA's Integrated Noise Model(INM) is widely used by the civilian aviation community for evaluating aircraft noise impacts in the vicinity of airports. We analyzed noise impact by applying several scenarios. As these analysis, we suggest flight route without overlapping with residential area and without affecting flight safety.

Flight Simulation based on Blackout and Redout (블랙아웃과 레드아웃을 적용한 비행 시뮬레이션)

  • Yu, Ki-Youp;Song, Chang-Woo;Chung, Kyung-Yong;Kim, Sung-Ho
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.953-957
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    • 2009
  • The flight simulation the fact that imitates the real situation of flight for the training or boarding experience which manages a same flight equipment with the aircraft in goal. The flight simulation of existing attached importance in the research and development which is limited in the control which is visible and physical relate with the management of the airplane directly. So, the flight simulation applied in various game or simulator etc. But, there were not researches which are actual applies in flight simulation with considers the physiological phenomenon of pilot. Therefore this paper tries the flight simulation which assumes the physiological phenomenon as the blackout and a redout of pilot. In conclusion, predicts a future.

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A Comparative Study of Domestic and International regulation on Mixed-fleet Flying of Flight crew (운항승무원의 항공기 2개 형식 운항관련 국내외 기준 비교 연구)

  • Lee, Koo-Hee
    • The Korean Journal of Air & Space Law and Policy
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.403-425
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    • 2015
  • The Chicago Convention and Annexes have become the basis of aviation safety regulations for every contracting state. Generally, the State's aviation safety regulations refer to the Standards and Recommended Practices(SARPs) provided in the Annexes of the Chicago Convention. In order to properly reflect international aviation safety regulations, constant studies of the aviation fields are of paramount importance. This Paper is intended to identify the main differences between korean and foreign regulation and suggest a few amendment proposals on Mixed-fleet Flying(at or more two aircraft type operation) of flight crew. Comparing with these regulations, the korean regulations and implementations have some insufficiency points. I suggest some amendment proposals of korean regulations concerning Mixed-fleet Flying that flight crew operate aircraft of different types. Basically an operator shall not assign a pilot-in-command or a co-pilot to operate at the flight controls of a type of airplane during take-off and landing unless that pilot has operated the flight controls during at least three take-offs and landings within the preceding 90 days on the same type of airplane or in a flight simulator. Also, flight crew members are familiarized with the significant differences in equipment and/or procedures between concurrently operated types. An operator shall ensure that piloting technique and the ability to execute emergency procedures is checked in such a way as to demonstrate the pilot's competence on each type or variant of a type of airplane. Proficiency check shall be performed periodically. When an operator schedules flight crew on different types of airplanes with similar characteristics in terms of operating procedures, systems and handling, the State shall decide the requirements for each type of airplane can be combined. In conclusion, it is necessary for flight crew members to remain concurrently qualified to operate multiple types. The operator shall have a program to include, as a minimum, required differences training between types and qualification to maintain currency on each type. If the Operator utilizes flight crew members to concurrently operate aircraft of different types, the operator shall have qualification processes approved or accepted by the State. If applicable, the qualification curriculum as defined in the operator's Advanced Qualification Program could be applied. Flight crew members are familiarized with the significant differences in equipment and/or procedures between concurrently operated types. The difference among different types of airpcrafts decrease and standards for these airpcrafts can be applied increasingly because function and performance have been improved by aircraft manufacture company in accordance to basic aircraft system in terms of developing new aircrafts for flight standard procedure and safety of flight. Also, it becomes more necessary for flight crews to control multi aircraft types due to various aviation business and activation of leisure business. Nevertheless, in terms of flight crew training and qualification program, there are no regulations in Korea to be applied to new aircraft types differently in accordance with different levels. In addition, it has no choice different programs based on different levels because there are not provisions to restrict or limit and specific standards to operate at or more than two aircraft types for flight safety. Therefore the aviation authority introduce Flight Standardization and/or Operational Evaluation Board in order to analysis differences among aircraft types. In addition to that, the aviation authority should also improve standard flight evaluation and qualification system among different aircraft types for flight crews to apply reasonable training and qualification efficiently. For all the issue mentioned above, I have studied the ICAO SARPs and some state's regulation concerning operating aircraft of different types(Mixed-fleet flying), and suggested some proposals on the different aircraft type operation as an example of comprehensive problem solving. I hope that this paper is 1) to help understanding about the international issue, 2) to help the improvement of korean aviation regulations, 3) to help compliance with international standards and to contribute to the promotion of aviation safety, in addition.