SFTY 320 Colaborative SHELL Model Case Study 5.3 (ERAU)
Colaborative SHELL Model Case Study
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
To apply, analyze, and evaluate the SHELL Model in various NTSB Final Accident...
SFTY 320 CRM Case Study 6.4 (ERAU)
CRM Case Study
On December 28, 1978, United Airlines Flight 173, a McDonnell -Douglas DC-8-61 with tail number N8082U, was originally scheduled flying from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to...
SFTY 320 MODULE 1.6 Assignment (ERAU)
SHELL Model Case Study
Singapore International Airlines...
SFTY 320 MODULE 2.4 Assignment (ERAU)
Risk Assessment and Decision Making Case Study
Risk assessment and decision making
Douglas DC-8-63, N782AL
SFTY 320 MODULE 2.5 Assignment (ERAU)
On March 7th 2007, a Boeing 737-497 aircraft bearing registration PK-GZC was operating on behalf of Garuda Indonesia. The flight was bearing GA200 flying from Soekarno-Hatta...
SFTY 320 MODULE 3.5 Assignment (ERAU)
Pilot Regulations Case Study
FAR Part 91
FAR Part 121
FAR Part 135
SFTY 320 MODULE 4.3 Assignment (ERAU)
Human Error Case Study
The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) Model
Use of HFACS
Application of HFACS
SFTY 320 MODULE 4.4 Assignment (ERAU)
Course Case Study Outline
On March 7th 2007, a Boeing 737-497 aircraft bearing registration PK-GZC was operating on behalf of Garuda Indonesia. The flight was bearing GA200 flying from...
SFTY 320 MODULE 7.4 Assignment (ERAU)
Module Research Report Review
SFTY 320 MODULE 9.5 Assignment (ERAU)
The NextGeneration Air Transportation System is a revolutionary and complex redevelopment system that has been implemented in the U.S. air traffic control system between 2012 and 2025. The purpose of the Next...
SFTY 320 Research Paper (ERAU)
Human Factors Case Study Analyze: Auxiliary Power Unit Battery Fire on Boeing 787
An Human Factors Case Study Analyze
In Course SFTY 320 Human Factors in Aviation Safety
Table of Content:
SFTY 330 Discussion 2 (ERAU)
Pilot Error: Does the phrase "pilot error" really tell us anything about accidents? Is this a cause or a blame issue? What are the elements that define an "error" which might be important to the investigator?
SFTY 330 Discussion 3 (ERAU)
Turbines: What is meant in the Air Detective Tip by, "Turbines have a memory?" How does that relate to an investigation?
SFTY 330 Discussion 7.5 (ERAU)
Data Recorders: Consider that many general aviation aircraft now have glass cockpits with no impact resistant data recorders. Should personal use aircraft be required to have some form of flight data recorders?
SFTY 330 Discussion 8.7 (ERAU)
Icing Accident: Opine to the major issue in the Roselawn, IN. (NTSB AAR-9601) icing accident. Was it the unique ice, crew issue, or an aircraft design flaw? Did the aircraft manufacturer (BEA) agree with this...
SFTY 330 Discussion 9.1 (ERAU)
Accident Investigation: Explain how aircraft accident investigation is both a reactive and yet proactive process.
SFTY 330 Discussion Various fire sources (ERAU)
Can you think of various fire sources (other than fuel related) that may be of investigative concern? Provide an example.
SFTY 335 Case Study 2 Space Shuttle Challenger (ERAU)
Case Study Analysis: Space Shuttle Challenger
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
53 seconds after takeoff, on January 28, 1985, the space shuttle Challenger exploded...
SFTY 335 Case Study 3 Japan Airlines Flight 123 (ERAU)
Case Study: Japan Airlines Flight 123
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
On August 12, 1985 Japan Airlines (JAL) Flight 123 endured an explosive...
SFTY 335 Chapter 10 Questions (ERAU)
1. Describe heat treatment of metals. How does this relate to structural factors and aviation safety?
2. Describe the annealing process. How does this relate to structural factors and aviation...