Pitch-Plane Angular Displacement Perception During Helicopter Flight and Gondola Centrifugation.

Abstract

BACKGROUND During hovering with a helicopter, an involuntary change in attitude (during brownout) results in reduced lifting force and a horizontal acceleration component. This movement pattern is difficult to perceive via the otolith organs. If the angular displacement occurs rapidly, it will, however, activate the semicircular canals. The major aim of… (More)

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@article{Tribukait2016PitchPlaneAD, title={Pitch-Plane Angular Displacement Perception During Helicopter Flight and Gondola Centrifugation.}, author={Arne Tribukait and Eddie Bergsten and Ola Eiken}, journal={Aerospace medicine and human performance}, year={2016}, volume={87 10}, pages={852-861} }