aviation stress

авиационный стресс
стресс от воздушных полетов

Англо-русский словарь по авиационной медицине. 2013.

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  • stress raiser — A sharp nick on a propeller. It is so called because the stresses can be concentrated on the point of the nick, possibly causing the structural failure or the loss of a propeller tip, extreme vibration, and loss of control. A stress raiser on a… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Aviation medicine — Aviation medicine, also called flight medicine or aerospace medicine, is a branch of preventive or occupational medicine in which the patients/subjects are pilots and aircrews.cite book |title=Fundamentals Of Aerospace Medicine: Translating… …   Wikipedia

  • stress — Any load applied to a unit area of material. It is the force exerted between two bodies or parts of a body in contact with each other. The various types of stresses are tension (or stretching), compression (or crushing), torsion (or twisting),… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Aviation Psychologist insignia — The Aerospace Experimental Psychologist insignia is a military badge of the United States Navy which is issued to those members of the Navy Medical Service Corps who have been qualified as in flight aviation observers with certification in… …   Wikipedia

  • critical stress area — An area on the aircraft structure that has either been exposed to an excess of stress, or it would cause the maximum amount of loss of strength if it were damaged there …   Aviation dictionary

  • Effects of stress on memory — The effects of stress on memory include interference with one’s capacity to encode and ability retrieve information.[1] When stress occurs, the body reacts by secreting stress hormones into the blood stream. Over secretion of stress hormones most …   Wikipedia

  • Voice stress analysis — (VSA) technology is said to record psychophysiological stress responses that are present in human voice, when a person suffers psychological stress in response to a stimulus (question) and where the consequences may be dire for the subject being… …   Wikipedia

  • Military aviation occupations — are types of work either shared with commercial aviation or unique to military air forces that provide skills to design, operate and particularly engage in aerial combat in during military operations.[citation needed] These occupations are… …   Wikipedia

  • RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine — The Royal Air Force Institute of Aviation Medicine was a British aviation medicine research unit between 1945 and 1994. Early Days The RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine (IAM) was opened on 30 April 1945 by the Princess Royal. It was located on… …   Wikipedia

  • Ground loop (aviation) — In aviation, a ground loop refers to the rapid rotation of a fixed wing aircraft in the horizontal plane whilst on the ground. Aerodynamic and centrifugal forcesFact|date=April 2008 may cause one wing to rise, which may then cause the other… …   Wikipedia

  • fatigue — i. The process leading to failure of metals under the repeated action of a cycle of stress. Failure depends upon the mean stress, the range of stress, and the number of cycles. If the stress is decreased, the material can withstand a greatly… …   Aviation dictionary

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