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Application Of Marine Engine Room Simulators With 3d Visualization In The Training Process Of Emergency Operating Procedures

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It is well established that one of the major factors of accident prevention on board is the perfect theoretical and practical knowledge possessed by engine room officers while operating engines and auxiliary equipment. This paper describes the latest developments in 3D computer simulation applications, designated for the familiarization with marine machinery, specially taking into account the emergency operating procedures training. The experiences in 3D computer simulation application, the benefits and advantages of use of computer simulation in educational process of engine room officers in the Gdynia Maritime University are equally presented in this paper. This paper describes an example of application of new 3D simulation techniques in engine room simulator based on modern - computer controlled engine room with low speed main engine MAN Diesel LMC type, applied on a container ship, where trainees have possibilities to develop operational skills, update their know-how and refresh emergency procedures. This installation plays a vital role in the safety on board. Thus, it is of extreme importance that trainees acquire the capacity to react in a prompt and effective manner to emergency situations. This new 3D simulation technique specially emphasizes the relation between simulation and realism of machinery operation. The simulator described in the paper provides for a new approach to navigation through the different system’s elements, allowing for an easy and quick access to basic engine room operation (valve opening/closing, setting position of switches, push-buttons etc.). This has been possible due the application of state-of-the art 3D visualisation with zoom techniques. The basic tasks for computer simulation in maritime education are equally described, taking into consideration the new methods and emergency procedures training. This papers’ conclusion is that the use of 3D computer simulation in maritime education results in increased emergency preparedness and in consequence, leads to hazard mitigation and reduces the risk of human error in the operation and maintenance of marine equipment.
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Bibliogr. 14 poz., fot.
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  • Gdynia Maritime University ul. Morska 81-87,81-225 Gdynia, Poland tel.:+48 58 6901331, fax:+48 58 6901399
Bibliografia
  • [1] R.Cwilewicz, L.Tomczak, Z.J. Pudlowski, Effective application of engine room simulators in marine engineering education, Proc. 3rd Global Conference on Engineering Education, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 2002,
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