DESIGN OF MULTIFUNCTION SIMULATOR FOR ENGINE ROOM PERSONNEL TRAINING
International requirements for improving energy efficiency and environmental protection and the necessary goals for their implementation in the marine industry are an actual problem. To integrate state-of-the-industry technologies and marine specialists education, the training complex is proposed. It is based on the platform of a hardware-software complex with the ability to integrate training equipment, simulators and software. That makes such a training complex multitask, universal, and flexible in achieving a variety of tasks and goals. The complex also implements high-quality education and training of marine specialists, conducting research after processing working out the results of engineering modelling of structural, thermal power, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, multi-physical and other solutions. The need to use the training complex allows us to form the necessary competence of the engine team personnel, develop methods and criteria for assessing competence, evaluate and demonstrate practical skills.
power systems; standards activities; energy efficiency; training; performance evaluation
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