Safety is understood today as a multi-sectorial discipline, which is based on the assessment of the risk associated with human activities in order to reduce it. In the aeronautical field, flight safety will therefore be discussed; a sector around which a study process aimed at implementing knowledge and awareness of risk continues to develop. The factor that has the greatest value in the genesis and development of an accident is the human one, as the other two factors are in any case influenced by human behavior, be it pilot, crew-member or Air Traffic Control personnel. In later, our target aim to investigate the human error research procedures in the aeronautical sector, using the fuzzy logic. The human factor relating to the case of US Airways flight 1549 which splash down in the Hudson River on 15 January 2009 after taking off from New York La Guardia airport at 15.24 LMT will therefore be analyzed and studied. The accident born in the Hudson River, for complete failures of both engines due to a bird strike during the ascent phase. Once the rescue phases have started, the emergency vehicles rescued all the occupants without anyone showing any injury of interest. In this paper, we implemented a numerical reactive analysis through fuzzy numerical methods to compare the investigation results performed from the NTSB.

A proposed model to the flight safety

Buonsanti M.
2021

Abstract

Safety is understood today as a multi-sectorial discipline, which is based on the assessment of the risk associated with human activities in order to reduce it. In the aeronautical field, flight safety will therefore be discussed; a sector around which a study process aimed at implementing knowledge and awareness of risk continues to develop. The factor that has the greatest value in the genesis and development of an accident is the human one, as the other two factors are in any case influenced by human behavior, be it pilot, crew-member or Air Traffic Control personnel. In later, our target aim to investigate the human error research procedures in the aeronautical sector, using the fuzzy logic. The human factor relating to the case of US Airways flight 1549 which splash down in the Hudson River on 15 January 2009 after taking off from New York La Guardia airport at 15.24 LMT will therefore be analyzed and studied. The accident born in the Hudson River, for complete failures of both engines due to a bird strike during the ascent phase. Once the rescue phases have started, the emergency vehicles rescued all the occupants without anyone showing any injury of interest. In this paper, we implemented a numerical reactive analysis through fuzzy numerical methods to compare the investigation results performed from the NTSB.
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