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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
III. Seat performance, weight limits, and envelope for
Sg 3, fr 1
optimum ejection 1.3.5.1.3
AEROMEDICAL ASPECTS OF
EMERGENCY EGRESS
A.
Seat performance
* Preflight safety checks
1.
+Gz Delivered
* Leg restraint line utilization
a.
Sustained - 12-18 +Gz acceleration
* Seat performance
* Ejection injuries
NOTE: These values are for the 98
* Seat operation
percentile and 3 percentile aviators.
* Factors in delayed ejection
2.
Human tolerances
* Ejection sequence
a.
Sustained - 20-25 +Gz acceleration
* Parachute descent procedures
* Emergency ground egress
* NACES LRU-23/P Life Raft
* SAR procedures
Sg 3, fr 2
Seat Performance
* +Gz Delivered
- Sustained - 12-18 +Gz
acceleration (These values
are for the 98 percentile and
3 percentile aviators)
* Human Tolerances
- Sustained - 20-25 +Gz
acceleration
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