The current stage in the development of civil aviation is determined by
the aggravation of the problem of the human factor, since the problem of
training the flight composition, its professional reliability is inextricably
linked with the problem of flight safety. Numerous studies have found that
70-90% of aviation events occur due to insufficient training of pilots.
Preparation of the flight depot is a multifaceted learning process, which
includes theoretical, simulator, psychological, psycho-physiological, physical
and direct flight training. Focusing on the pedagogical impact of all six types
of training and determining professional readiness.
Break in flight activity has become a threat to flight safety and
professional readiness of the pilot. It has been established that 30-day breaks
in flights, even in experienced pilots, cause a significant deterioration of
flying skills and abilities, especially those associated with landing and its
calculations for appliances. And an increase in these breaks for another 15
days is accompanied by a drop in the efficiency and reliability of flying
activity of pilots in 2-2.5 times.
Especially dangerous is the fact that such a pattern is observed in
cadets in flight schools, where break in flights occur against the background
of unformed flying skills.
Therefore, one of the ways of training and restoration of professional
activity is the use of training, which is relevant in our time.
Aeronautical training is an integral part of training and maintaining
pilot training. When creating a simulation flight, in addition to the
constructed design, it is still necessary to achieve the maximum real dynamic
and informational characteristics of the corresponding onboard systems and
physical factors of flight.
An important element of aviation training simulator is a noise that
creates surround sound pilots (engine noise, friction chassis asphalt, etc.),
which is an important part of the information needed for decision-making by
pilots during piloting in normal and emergency situations. Therefore, the pilot
acoustic environment is very important for real simulation. To solve this
problem using simulators noise that may create sound and liquid situation so
that when training pilots could find out what happens behind the aircraft and
of its parts, in order to determine whether everything is as it should.