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A Study of SHEL Model Application to Passenger Brace Position Information of Korean Air Carriers
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 Title & Authors
A Study of SHEL Model Application to Passenger Brace Position Information of Korean Air Carriers
Yoo, Kyung In; Kim, Mu Geun;
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 Keywords
Aircraft accident;Fatalities;Survivability;Aircraft crash impact;Brace position;Passengers;Cabin crew members;
 Language
English
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