1989
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 89/1 A comparison of detection efficiency on an air traffic control monitoring task with and without computer aiding
  • 89/2 Prevalence of disease among active civil airmen
  • 89/3 Injuries to seat occupants of light airplanes
  • 89/4 Inhalation toxicology: IX. Times-to-incapacitation for rats exposed to carbon monoxide alone, to hydrogen cyanide alone, and to mixtures of carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide
  • 89/5 Operation Workload - A study of passenger energy expenditure during an emergency evacuation
  • 89/6 Prediction of success in FAA air traffic control field training as a function of selection and screening test performance
  • 89/7 Relationships of anxiety scores to Academy and field training performance of air traffic control specialists
  • 89/8 Performance evaluation of the Puritan-Bennett crewmember portable protective breathing device as prescribed by portions of FAA Action Notice A-8150.2
  • 89/9 Human factors issues in aircraft maintenance and inspection
  • 89/10 Comparison of protective breathing equipment performance at ground level and 8,000 feet altitude using parameters prescribed by portions of FAA Action Notice A-8150.2
  • 89/11 Evaluation of the Scott Aviation portable protective breathing device for contaminant leakage as prescribed by FAA Action Notice A-8150.2
  • 89/12 The effects of wearing passenger protective breathing equipment on evacuation times through type III and type IV emergency aircraft exits in clear air and smoke
  • 89/13 Airliner cabin ozone: an updated review
  • 89/14 The influence of adjacent seating configurations on egress through a type III emergency exit