항공 피로위험관리를 위한 생체수리적 모델 접근 방안
A Study on the Biomathematical Model Approach for Aviation Fatigue Risk Management
Republic of Korea Air Force Aviation Safety Agency, Seoul, KoreaCorrespondence to:
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Korean J Aerosp Environ Med 2022; 32(1): 4-12
Published April 30, 2022
Copyright © Aerospace Medical Association of Korea.
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