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The Application of Ecological Interface Design Methodology for Digitalized MCR in Nuclear Power Plant
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 Title & Authors
The Application of Ecological Interface Design Methodology for Digitalized MCR in Nuclear Power Plant
Ra, Doo Wan; Cha, Woo Chang;
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 Abstract
Objective: This study proposes the application of Ecological Interface Design(EID) method that is effective for situation awareness in digitalized environment. Background: While cognitive interface design method such as Information Rich Display(IRD) is simply focused on existing information for user, EID method helps users` resource to be solved to higher ion task such as diagnostic and problem solving. Method: Using EID method based on Work Domain Analysis (WDA), it was analyzed and designed for Steam Generator(SG) Water Level control process in a digitalized Main Control Room of Nuclear Power Plant. Proposed EID example is evaluated through interviews by expert & operator. Results: The result of expert & operator showed that EID display might give an aid for operator`s decision. Conclusion: The results can reduce critical accidental damage that occurred due to cognitive load and so critical human error. Application: This study may be impact on situation awareness study for digitalized interface design.
 Keywords
Ecological interface design;Interface design;Nuclear power plant;Task analysis;
 Language
Korean
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