Graduate Student Works
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This exploratory study utilizes large data sets emanating from flight data recorders on a fleet of general aviation training aircraft. These flight data sets reveal and provide potential correlations between pilot experience levels and in-flight engine events within a flight school environment. The origin of this research comes from the collection of flight data that is produced during a flight school aircraft operation and analyzed by an Aviation Safety staff at a major flight training university. These data were collected over a period of six calendar months during the calendar year 2018. The raw data is analyzed through a Flight Data Management program created and used by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The results will be de-identified, as the focus of the research utilizes a grounded theory model to conceptualize results from the flight data recorders. The results will be presented with a mixed methodological construct that provides outcomes for flight safety enhancement. Results are not yet defined and will only be presented to flight management.
31st Annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference
Las Vegas, NV
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kobayashi, T., Bowen, B. D., & Roggow, B. J. (2019). Flight Data Analysis: A Mixed Methodology Construct. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/student-works/146