Analysis of Dynamic Characteristics of Pilots Under Different Intentions in Complex Flight Environment
Intention is the main embodiment of human cerebral conscious activities, which has an important influence on guiding the realization of human behaviour. It is a vital prerequisite for analysing the dynamic characteristics of pilots with different intentions. Considering the intention law of the generation, transfer and reduction, this paper analyses dynamic characteristics of pilots with different intentions, starting from the factors of effect on the intention. Taking airfield traffic pattern as an example for simulating flight experiments, the pilot’s multi-source dynamic data of human – aircraft – environment system under different intentions and their psycho-physiological-physical characteristics were recorded. Based on Matlab, one-way analysis of variance was used to extract variables with significant changes, and the variables under different intentions were compared and analysed. The results show that the conventional pilots are more conducive to control the aircraft to keep a stable flight attitude. This study is of great significance for perfecting the warning system of flight safety and improving the pilot’s micro-behaviour assessment system.
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