Factores Humanos Paraninfo
Book that gathers theoretical knowledge for the obtaining of the License of Private Pilot, in the matter of HUMAN FACTORS.
In this second edition totally updated, its author, D. Joaquín C. Adsuar, develops the official link of the joint requirements of Aviation (JAR).
This manual includes all those comments or questions that, in the opinion of the author, could contribute so that the fundamental objective doesn't move from the opportune learning to the simple passing of a test.
The candidate for a private pilot's licence (PPL) must demonstrate a level of theoretical knowledge appropriate to the attributions granted to the holder of that licence (JAR-FCL). The requirements for the theoretical knowledge examination are contained in a programme (sílabus) comprising nine subjects: Air Law, General Knowledge of the Aircraft, Performance and Flight Planning, Human Factors, Meteorology, Navigation, Operating Procedures, Principles of Flight and Communications.
The author, with an experience of more than 30 years in theoretical and flight teaching, develops in its entirety the official JAR program for the private pilot license on HUMAN FACTORS. It also includes all those comments or questions that, he has estimated, could contribute so that the fundamental objective doesn't move from the opportune learning to the simple passing of a test.
This second revised and updated edition adapts to the required link of theoretical knowledge of the JAR/FCL, to obtain the private pilot license.
Author: Joaquín C. Adsuar
Format: Soft covers
Size: 19 cm. X 26 cm.
No. of pages: 173
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction to human factors
2. Basic physiology: Concepts
3. Basic physiology: effects of partial pressure
4. Basic physiology: vision
5. Basic physiology: ear
6. Basic physiology: motion sickness
7. Basic physiology: flight and health
8. Basic physiology: toxic hazards
9. Basic Psychology: The Information Process
10. Basic psychology: central decision-making channel
11. Basic Psychology: Stress
12. Basic psychology: judgment and decision making.