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Fri Mar 21 17:06:22 2014 UTClccn-n971241470.00Some aspects of the problem of display integration0.611.00Incarnation or spiritual health: two views of the nature of the Church1764090n 971241474558790lccn-n50038004Cheville, Roy Arthur1897-np-baker, charles aBaker, Charles A.lccn-n88294930Graceland College (Lamoni, Iowa)nc-reorganized church of jesus christ of latter dayReorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Daylccn-n85816268Wright Air Development Centerlccn-n79110370Defense Documentation Center (U.S.)lccn-no2014022468KEARNS, JOHN H.nc-wright state univ dayton ohio human factors engineeringWRIGHT STATE UNIV DAYTON OHIO HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERINGnc-university of illinoisUniversity of Illinoislccn-n50070068United StatesWright Air Development DivisionRitchie, Malcolm L.BiographyConference proceedingsHistoryControversial literatureCheville, Roy Arthur,Airplanes--CockpitsGraceland College (Lamoni, Iowa)Aeronautical instrumentsHuman engineeringAir-speed indicatorsAeronauticsWright, Orville,Wright, Wilbur,Aeronautical instruments--Display systemsDrag (Aerodynamics)Information display systemsGodAutomobile driving--SteeringGyroscopic instruments--TestingTheology, DoctrinalReorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day SaintsAirplanes--Equipment and suppliesInstrument flyingHuman-machine systemsAirplanes1955195619571958196019611965196819741976197819951997421826BX8678.C48ocn596718809ocn068424325ocn023328540106ocn083588404book19570.97Ritchie, Malcolm LPsychological aspects of cockpit design : a symposium reportConference proceedings82ocn033245297book19950.73Ritchie, Malcolm LRoy Cheville : the Graceland College Years : a biographyBiography61ocn038071864book19970.81Ritchie, Malcolm LRoy Cheville : the patriarch years : a biographyBiography32ocn018955868book19760.47Ritchie, Malcolm LThe research and development methods of Wilbur and Orville WrightHistoryIn the process of solving the problems of powered flight by man, Wilbur and Orville Wright, put together in their own experience, the synthesis of engineering, science, and operational test which still characterizes aerospace research and development. They did it by themselves, becoming first engineers, then scientists, and finally test pilots. (Author)21ocn070316694book19550.92Ritchie, Malcolm LIntegrated instruments : a drag indicatorConsideration is given to the problem of developing integrated instrument displays. A rationale for combining variables in a display is presented, which is based upon the identification of control functions. From this procedure a display is proposed which associates presentation of the aircraft components contributing to drag with Indicated Air Speed22ocn227265390book1961Kearns, John HSome aspects of the problem of display integrationCockpit instrumentation has been treated only recently as a systems design problem. This approach is known as control-display. Naturally, many problems and obstacles to the acquisition of suitable techniques and knowledge exist. Some select aspects of a philosophy of the approach are discussed. (Author)11ocn173661646book1956Williams, Alexander CA program of human engineering research on the design of aircraft instrument displays and controls11ocn173223685book1957Bamford, Harold EIntegrated instruments : a roll and turn indicator11ocn173262480book1957Ritchie, Malcolm LThe effects upon the output of a complex man-machine system of quickening and damping a derivative feedback display11ocn228022905book19680.92Ritchie, Malcolm LA study of the relation between forward velocity and lateral acceleration in curves during normal driving11ocn367525361book1.00Ritchie, Malcolm LIncarnation or spiritual health: two views of the nature of the ChurchControversial literature11ocn439015563book1961Kearns, John KCockpit control-display subsystem engineeringCockpit control-display subsystems enable the human operators to provide their required control inputs to weapon systems accurately and at the right time. These subsystems must be designed as an integral art of the total systems. This report presents the control-display schedule as a sequence of design activities. The relationships between activities within control-display design and the rest of the system are shown11ocn227592863book1974Overview of the Engineering Design Process with Regard to Human ResourcesThe study which this report outlines is aimed at a better understanding of the engineering design process. The reason for wanting this understanding is to be able to influence that design process to get a better balance between hardware and manpower costs. The present study began with a plan for Wright State University to supplement the Air Force study effort by a research effort on the design process. This study would begin with a general structuring of the design process and work toward detailed study of selected aspects. The work reported here is mainly that of trying to lay out a general view of equipment design and lay the groundwork for subsequent more specific effort which will hope to provide the knowledge needed to make an impact on the design process to allow more rational decisions affecting the life-cycle cost11ocn227382904book1965Display problems in instrument approach and landingThe report contains a summary of two display research efforts. One program is concerned with presentation of information to the pilot while the transition from instrument (IFR) to visual (VFR) flight conditions is made during the final segment of the approach just prior to touchdown. The second program deals with presentation of information to the pilot during the approach and landing when weather conditions preclude visual contact with the runway. The aims of both efforts are (1) identification of major display problems, and (2) recommendations for action by which problem solutions can be obtained. (Author)11ocn227509487book1976A Conceptual Model of the Engineering Design ProcessA model of the engineering design process is presented which consists of a matrix of iterative design aspects and time-phased aspects. Recommendations are made for impacting design to enhance consideration of human resources variables. (Author)11ocn227272680book1961Cockpit control-display subsystem engineeringCockpit control-display subsystems enable the human operators to provide their required control inputs to weapon systems accurately and at the right time. These subsystems must be designed as an integral art of the total systems. This report presents the control-display schedule as a sequence of design activities. The relationships between activities within control-display design and the rest of the system are shown. (Author)11ocn227509669book1978Manpower Implications in the Design of Air Force EquipmentA research program is described which addressed the problems of influencing engineering design to result in a more effective incorporation of operating and support cost variables. The problems identified include those of the general lack of design education in the preparation of engineers, especially design education involving maintenance and support costs as a variable. Suggestions are made for changing design procedures and for further research. (Author)01ocn017880260book1960Ritchie, Malcolm LPreliminary studies of cockpit information content and equivalence of information in cockpit standby instrumentationFri Mar 21 15:47:38 EDT 2014batch11727