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Volume 7, Issue 1 - Dec 1999
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A Study on the Pilot's Adaptation for GPS Operation
Han, K.K. ; Song, B.H. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 7~18
The FAA, along with the ICAO and other members of the civil aviation community, has recognized that a GNSS will provide the primary stand-alone navigation system in the 21st Century. FAA has initiated plans to transition from its present ground-based navigation and landing system to satellite-based using signals generated by the GPS. In spite of some risks, GPS users are increasing rapidly. About 52 aircraft equipped with various GPS in their system and wide spread of GPS may be expected in Korea. However, the regulations concerning with CPS implementation were not established by the government. Another problem is GPS receiver's interface. The user interface, operating method and capability vary with GPS class and model. As a direct operator for the system, pilots have to ensure these limitations and rules for efficient adaptation and safety. The issues identified by the study are highly interrelated, and are evidence of aviation system problem. To treat one issue in isolation may improve certain aspects of the aviation system, but will ultimately fail to fundamentally increase the safety and efficiency for the system.
System Integration for M20J Simulator Develoment
Hong, S.P. ; Kim, Y.H. ; Chung, S.H. ; Baek, J.H. ; Hwang, S.C. ; Hwang, M.S. ; Kim, C.Y. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 19~29
This paper proposes a system intergration method for M20J flight simulator development. The simulator consists of three modules. The first module is for flight dynamics simulation, and the second module is for avionic systems and flight instrument and the last module is for interface card which connects PC and input devices using rotary encoders and switches. Two computers are equipped in the simulator for instructor and trainee. An instructor can give a mission to a trainee, and control the flight simulation options through RS-232C serial port. Also, the instructor can monitor the training results of the trainee.
A Study on realities and the points at issue of the Pilot Aptitude Test
Jang, M.S. ; Choi, S.O. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 31~39
Through the use of well-designed measures of ability and aptitude, good selection can reduce training wastage, reduce the risk of accidents and increase the operational effectiveness of the successful trainees. Many countries in the world, they take various kind of aptitude test. Especially in Sweden, not like the other countries, they attach importance to interview test. As a result, they can reduce training wastage and accidents. In case of ROKAF, they take many kind of aptitude test, but it is not directly effective to the selection system. They take the several aptitude test in civil aviation in Korea, especially they attach importance to personality test. For the validity and accuracy of the aptitude test, until training pilot become professional pilot, we need a comparison analysis for initial aptitude test through the continuous observation. For theses process, we need a department with special person and development of testing system.
A Design for GPS Instrument Approach Procedure in Cheju International Airport
Yoo, B.S. ; Song, B.H. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 41~55
In case of KOREA, many difficulties are expected for pilots to adapt to the flight operational environment changes which we will meet suddenly in anytime of the future as the operating plan for GPS is not fully prepared yet. It is because GPS operation is rather difficult compared to other navigation equipments, and it takes much time and experience to be familiar with GPS instrument approach procedure. First of all, it is keenly required to establish GPS instrument approach procedure for the local airports to be familiar with GPS instrument approach procedure. We would like to introduce GPS instrument approach procedure for the Cheju International Airport as a basic model to help you to understand it.
A study on the enocouraging policies for civil aviation pilots training in Korea
Kim, Y.C. ; Eun, H.B. ; Jang, M.S. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 57~64
The air transportation industry in Korea has grown very fast in aspect of the transportation scale as much as entering within the tenth in the world. However, as compared with the air transportation industry, the civil aviation pilots training has been performed at very low level in quantity and quality because of the high cost of pilots training, nation security, limited airspace use and falling behind of the science technology in relation to the aviation industry. In result, the number of airline pilots became lower than actual demands of both airlines, KAL and ASIANA. This produced many foreign captains employed, airline pilots overloaded and finally affected flight safety. In this paper, it was studied the actual reality and problems of civil aviation pilots training and presented the encouraging policies for civil aviation pilots training in Korea.
The Present Situation of Aircraft Noise Damage and the Counterplan against Aircraft Noise in KWANGJU Airport
Song, B.H. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 65~75
Nowadays military aircraft noise significantly affect a number of people near military airport. This paper is mainly focused on a presentation of the proper counterplan against aircraft noise in KWANGJU airport, after research and analyze the present situation of aircraft noise damage and problems, including various civil appeal and Korean laws and policies, related to KWANGJU airport.
A Study on the Alternate Airport Selection Critreia
Jo, E.K. ; Kim, B.J. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 77~89
The atmosphere condition at Kimpo International Airport occasionally prevents the aircraft from landing and forces them to fly to an alternate airport, especially in October and November during a year. Many airlines designated foreign airports instead of Korean airports as alternate airports in the case of the bad weather condition preventing use of Kimpo Airport. This paper addresses 1) economic comparison of candidates for the alternate airport, 2) what are the criteria for the alternate airport selection and the relative importance among the criteria and 3) evaluation of candidates for alternate airport using Brown and Gibson's pair-wise comparison method. It is found to be possible to reduce costs related alternate flight by 36% using Korean airports rather than using Japan's Hukuoka Airport. However, airlines weigh more on the factors such as service level of ground handling, accommodation for passengers and ground access convenience than costs. Among Korean airports, Kimhae International Airport is found the most favorable airport as the alternate airport for Kimpo International Airport.
The Statistical Analysis to predict Visibility Changes in KIMPO International Airport Area
Song, B.H. ; Choi, S.H. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 91~99
On the basis of KTMPO visibility data measured for 17 years(Jan.1983 to Oct.1999), time-series data analysis is accomplished for regression trend, cyclical periodicity, dependency of these data in this paper. After that, to predict visibility in KIMPO international airport a probability model is presented using this statistic probability characteristics.
Regional Community Significance of Chongju International Airport in Economic Effects
Lee, S.C. ; Ham, Y.H. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 7, issue 1, 1999, Pages 101~122
Analyzing the economic effects of establishing an airport in Chongju community, the authors have studied how much the new international airport will impact regional society and what the critical factors are for successful airport. We researched several foreign case studies and analyzed surveyed data in order to find out what dimensions passengers expect to feel good service. The findings have many implications for service theory and managers in airport management.