A study of the characteristics of human-pilot control response to simulated aircraft lateral motions

Donald C. Cheatham
naca-report-1197
1954


Report presents the results of studies made in an attempt to provide information on the control operations of the human pilot. These studies included an investigation of the ability of pilots to control simulated unstable yawing oscillations, a study of the basic characteristics of human-pilot control response, and a study to determine whether and to what extent pilot control response can be represented in an analytical form.

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