NASA ASRS Research Papers

 

ASRS (Aviation Safety Reporting System) has conducted and published over 60 research studies. ASRS research has always been designed and conducted with an orientation toward real-life operational applications; most have examined human performance in the NAS. Ways are sought to effect incremental improvements in aviation safety through improved procedures, training, design, etc. Recent subjects of ASRS research include: wake turbulence analysis, digital avionics software and hardware problems, TCAS II incidents, cockpit interactions incidents analysis, airport ramp safety incidents, crew performance during aircraft malfunctions, air carrier return-to-land incidents, use of digital flight data to measure safety and crew performance (APMS), and use of ASRS data in the FAA's AQP program.

 

Download PDF Version  Meteorological and Aeronautical Information Services Data Link Services and Applications Study (2012)

 

Download PDF Version  ASRS General Aviation Weather Encounters Report (2007)

 

Download PDF Version  Cross-Industry Applications of a Confidential Reporting Model (2004)

 

Download PDF Version  Runway Transgressions at Non-Towered and Tower Closed Airports (2003)

 

Download PDF Version  ASRS: The Case for Confidential Incident Reporting Systems (2001)

 

Download PDF Version  Cabin Crew Safety Information Article (2001)

 

Download PDF Version  Crossing Restriction Altitude Deviations on SIDs and STARs (1997)

 

Download PDF Version  Communications-Related Incidents in General Aviation Dual Flight Training (1997)

 

Download PDF Version  What ASRS Data Tell About Inadequate Flight Crew Monitoring (1997)

 

Download PDF Version  Measuring Safety with Flight Data (1995)

 

Download PDF Version  The Use of ASRS Incident Reports in AQP Training (1995)

 

Download PDF Version  Airport Ramp Safety and Crew Performance Issues (1995)

 

Download PDF Version  What ASRS Incident Data Tell About Flight Crew Performance During Aircraft Malfunctions (1995)

 

Download PDF Version  The Acquisition and Use of Incident Data (1995)

 

Download PDF Version  One Zero Ways to Bust an Altitude (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Emergency Medical Service Helicopter Incidents Reported to ASRS (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  An Approach to Modeling Pilot Memory and Developing a Taxonomy of Memory Errors (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Behavioral Impact of TCAS II on the National Air Traffic Control System (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  General Aviation Landing Incidents & Accidents: A Review of ASRS & AOPA Research Findings (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Delayed Pilot Recognition in Lost Communication Events (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Confusion on the Flight Deck (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Time Pressures as a Causal Factor in Aviation Safety Incidents: The Hurry-Up Syndrome (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Air Carrier Ground Deicing/Anti-Icing Problems (1993)

 

Download PDF Version  Who or What Saved the Day: A Comparison of Traditional & Glass Cockpits (1991)

 

Download PDF Version  Rejected Takeoffs: Causes, Problems, and Consequences (1991)

 

Download PDF Version  Human Factors in ATC Operations: Anticipatory Clearances (1989)

 

Download PDF Version  Training for Advanced Cockpit Technology Aircraft (1989)

 

Download PDF Version  ATC Control & Communications Problems: An Overview of Recent ASRS Data (1989)

 

Download PDF Version  Pilot Judgment in TCA Related Flight Planning (1989)

 

Download PDF Version  Human Factors in Aviation: Terminal Control Area Boundary Conflicts (1989)

 

Download PDF Version  The Development of the NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (1986)

 

Download PDF Version  Human Factors in Aviation Operations: The Hearback Problem (1986)

 

Download PDF Version  Human Factors Associated with Runway Transgressions (1985)