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Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Appendix B
Participants in Committee Meetings

In addition to committee members, liaisons, and staff (see page iii), the following individuals participated in meetings held by the Committee on the Effects of Aircraft-Pilot Coupling on Flight Safety. Presentation topics are also listed for outside speakers.

Main Workshop November 27–29, 1995

Speakers

Avoiding Triggers: Pilot Expectations and Human Performance Considerations

Kathy Abbott, Langley Research Center

Key Factors to Cover in Flight- and Ground-Based Simulations

Randall Bailey and Michael Parrag, Calspan Corporation

Simulator Use to Minimize/Eliminate APC Tendencies; Test Pilot Preparation to Test for Aircraft Pilot Coupling

Jon Beesley, Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems

Commercial Airline Operating Experience

Brent Blackwell, American Airlines

Commercial Airline Operating Experience

John Brown, Northwest Airlines

Experience with Ground- and Flight-Based Simulations of APC

Dwain Deets, Dryden Flight Research Center

Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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YF-22 Experience and the F-22 APC Design Process

Jeffrey Harris, Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems

Quantifying the Pilot's Contribution to Flight Safety

John Hodgkinson, McDonnell Douglas

Potential High Altitude Handling Qualities Criteria for Transport Aircraft

Roger Hoh, Hoh Aeronautics

C-17 Flying Qualities and APC Experience during the Development Process

Eric Kendall, McDonnell Douglas Transport Aircraft Research Center

Unified PIO (Pilot-Induced Oscillation) Programs; MIL STD 1797A

Dave Leggett, Wright Laboratory

Comparative Evaluation of Predicted Flying Qualities Boundaries Using Ground and Airborne Simulators

Tom Melody, Douglas Aircraft Company

APC Criteria and Prediction Techniques

Dave Mitchell and Roger Hoh, Hoh Aeronautics

YF-22 Mishap and Discussion of Other PIOs

Dave Moorhouse, Wright Laboratory

Boeing 777 Development and APC Assessment

Tim Nelson, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group

Design, Development, and Certification of the MD-11

Jeff Preston, McDonnell Douglas Aerospace

NTSB Experience with APC in Civil Aircraft Accidents and Incidents

Jim Ritter, National Transportation Safety Board

Critique of the Process

Ralph Smith, High Plains Engineering

Ground and Flight Simulation Capabilities

Rogers Smith, Dryden Flight Research Center

Other Participants

Donald Armstrong, FAA/Los Angeles Aircraft Certification

Irving Ashkenas, National Academy of Engineering

Dan Bower, National Transportation Safety Board

John Clark, National Transportation Safety Board

George Cooper, National Academy of Engineering

J. L. Denning, U.K. Civil Aviation Authority

H. J. Hickey, Jr., U.S. Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center

Tom Imrich, Federal Aviation Administration

Jim Ritter, National Transportation Safety Board

Melvin Rogers, Federal Aviation Administration

Tom Melody, Douglas Aircraft Company

Wayne Thor, Wright Laboratory

Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Secondary Workshop March 21–22, 1996

Speakers

Recent and Future Aircraft-Pilot Coupling Research at Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luft-und Raumfahrt e V. (DLR) (Collected Material)

Peter Hamel, DLR

Probing APC Susceptibility through HQDT

LCDR Robert Niewoehner, F-18 E/F Integrated Test Team, U.S. Navy

Unified PIO Program Status Review

Wayne Thor, Wright Laboratory

Other Participants

Guy Thiel, Federal Aviation Administration, Los Angeles Aircraft Certification Office

Southern California Fact-Finding Trip March 18–19, 1996

The committee chairman and NASA technical liaison met with the following individuals during a fact-finding trip to Dryden Fight Research Center, Air Force Flight Test Center, and the National Test Pilot School.

Meeting at Dryden Flight Research Center

Kathy Bahn, Dryden Flight Research Center

John Bosworth, Dryden Flight Research Center

Robert Clarke, Dryden Flight Research Center

Keith Hoffler, Dryden Flight Research Center

Joe Pahle, Dryden Flight Research Center

Patrick Stoliker, Dryden Flight Research Center

Keith Weichman, Dryden Flight Research Center

Meeting at the Air Force Flight Test Center

Yvonne Des Lauriers, Air Force Flight Test Center

Kirk Harwood, Air Force Flight Test Center

Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Brian Hobbs, Air Force Flight Test Center

Robert Lee, Air Force Flight Test Center

John Manke, Air Force Flight Test Center

Lee Peron, Air Force Flight Test Center

Paul Sorokowski, Air Force Flight Test Center

Tom Speer, Air Force Flight Test Center

Fred Webster, Air Force Flight Test Center

Kathy Wood, Air Force Flight Test Center

Meeting at the National Test Pilot School

Ralph Smith, High Plains Engineering

Sean Roberts, National Test Pilot School

European Fact-Finding Trip April 27-May 7, 1996

The committee chairman and NASA technical liaison met with the following individuals during a fact-finding trip to Europe.

Meeting at Aerospatiale, Toulouse Plant

Dominique Chatrenet, Aerospatiale

Pierre Fabre, Aerospatiale

Christian Favre, Aerospatiale

Jacques Rosay, Airbus Industrie

Meeting at British Aerospace Defence, Military Aircraft Division

Keith McKay, British Aerospace Defence

Chris Fielding, British Aerospace Defence

Andy Holden, British Aerospace Defence

Neil Smith, British Aerospace Defence

Terry D. Smith, British Aerospace Defence

Mike J. Walker, British Aerospace Defence

John Gibson, British Aerospace Defence (retired)

Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Meeting at U.K. Department of Transport, Air Accidents Investigation Branch

Ken Smart, Air Accidents Investigation Branch

David F. King, Air Accidents Investigation Branch

Dick Vance, Air Accidents Investigation Branch

Jim Passmore, British Airways

Meeting at Saab Military Aircraft

Erik Kullberg, Saab Military Aircraft

Per-Olov Elgcrona, Saab Military Aircraft

John Enhagen, Saab Military Aircraft

Kenneth Erikson, Saab Military Aircraft

Robert Hillgren, Saab Military Aircraft

Lars Rundqwist, Saab Military Aircraft

The committee also benefited from a public lecture on March 4, 1996, by Professor A. V. Efremov, head of the pilot-vehicle laboratory at the Moscow Aviation Institute, during a visit to the United States. The lecture was attended by several committee members.

Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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Suggested Citation:"B Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: Understanding and Preventing Unfavorable Pilot-Vehicle Interactions. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5469.
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