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Flight Compartment Glare
- Aerospace Standard
Published December 15, 2011 by SAE International in United States
To bring to the attention of the aircraft designer and user the problems that can result from the fight crew experiencing glare. To improve visibility conditions for the flight crew by minimizing conditions which contribute to glare.
The SAE A20 committee has just released a new document, ARP6161, to supersede AIR1151. The newer document includes all of the relevant information from AIR1151 in substantially more depth rendering AIR1151 obsolete.
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