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SC-Method of Adaptation Marine Navigational Simulators for Training River Shipmasters

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The article provides an actual overview of navigational simulators for training shipmasters to control vessels on inland waterways in Russian Federation. There’re considered methodology of adaptation “marine” navigational simulators for training “river” shipmasters, based on SC-method (“the Safety Cube” method).
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  • Moscow State Academy of Water Transport, Russia
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  • [1] Official website of the Office of the State of Maritime and River Oversight (Gosmorrechnadzor) URL: http://www.rostransnadzor.ru/sea/
  • [2] Aizinov, S.D. 2006. Analysis of the effectiveness of marine simulators. Morskoy flot (the Sea Fleet) 6: 18–23.
  • [3] Kostylev, I.I. 2006. Status and prospects of development of simulator training the specialists of maritime transport. Morskoy flot (the Sea Fleet) 6: 8 – 14.
  • [4] Instruction by content navigational equipment of inland waterways / General Directorate of waterways and waterworks Minrechflota RSFSR. 1988. Moscow: Transport.
  • [5] the Code of Inland Water Transport №374-FZ. 2009.
  • [6] Rules for navigation on inland waterways of the Russian Federation. 2009. Moscow: Translit
  • [7] Rules for crossing vessels and convoys through the locks of inland waterways of the Russian Federation. 2004. Мoscow: Translit.
  • [8] Golubev, A.I. 1987. Radar methods of navigation on inland waterways. Moscow: Transport.
  • [9] Katenin, V.A.& Zernov, A.V.& Fadeev G.G. 2010 Navigation and hydrographic support on the inland waterways. Moscow: Morkniga.
  • [10] Japparov, E.R. 2009. Methodical apparatus preventive rationing technogenic transport risks on inland waterways of the Russian Federation. Moscow: Altair-MGAWT
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