CAA Paper 2006/01: A Database to Record Human Experience of Evacuation in Aviation Accidents

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Reference:CAA Paper 2006/01
Title:A Database to Record Human Experience of Evacuation in Aviation Accidents
Description:The Aircraft Accident Statistics and Knowledge (AASK) database is a repository of survivor accounts from aviation accidents. It allows analysis of factors that may influence survivability to be studied across a range of accidents and is available on the internet. Analysis examples include difficulties in undoing seat belts, group behaviour and exit usage.
Review Comment:None
Date:June 2008
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