Title

Poster Session — NTAS Presenters and ERAU-PhD Programs

Presenter Information

Conference Participants

Location

Jim W. Henderson Administration & Welcome Center Atrium (Bldg. #602)

Start Date

16-8-2017 8:00 AM

End Date

16-8-2017 10:00 AM

Submission Type

Poster

Abstract

This session will include over 60 poster presentations from NTAS participants and ERAU-Daytona Beach's Ph.D. in Aviation program and Ph.D. in Aviation Business Administration program. NTAS attendees are invited to review all posters. The four posters from NTAS represent topics about safety behaviors using cell phones in a simulated airplane cabin, a new approach to identifying a failed engine in twin-engine turboprops, helicopter accidents as a function of age, and the issue of complacency with new technology in the cockpit.

Presentations

This Poster Session is a combined event of NTAS Participants and ERAU-Daytona Beach PhD Programs (College of Aviation and College of Business). To view individual NTAS posters, click the corresponding link below:

Age Differences in Helicopter Accidents: A Preliminary Investigation - Scott S. Burgess, Robert O. Walton, Ph.D.; P. Michael Politano, & Karina Mesarosova

An Alternative Method of Identification of a Failed Engine in Twin-Engine Turboprop Aircraft - Andrey Babin & Andrew R. Dattel, Ph.D.

The Extent of Distraction of Cell Phone Conversations for Passengers in Simulated Flight - Tianhua Li, Andrew R. Dattel, Ph.D.; Amber Davis, Andrey Babin, Stefan Melendez, Qianru Yang, & Jie Chen

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Poster Session — NTAS Presenters and ERAU-PhD Programs

Jim W. Henderson Administration & Welcome Center Atrium (Bldg. #602)

This session will include over 60 poster presentations from NTAS participants and ERAU-Daytona Beach's Ph.D. in Aviation program and Ph.D. in Aviation Business Administration program. NTAS attendees are invited to review all posters. The four posters from NTAS represent topics about safety behaviors using cell phones in a simulated airplane cabin, a new approach to identifying a failed engine in twin-engine turboprops, helicopter accidents as a function of age, and the issue of complacency with new technology in the cockpit.