CENTRAL CONTROL SYSTEM TRAINING THROUGH STATIC AND DYNAMIC SIMULATION

Dynamic Simulation is defined as the hardware and software required to present to the student operator visual and audible cues and responses that are the same as those encountered when operating the Control Consoles aboard ship. This type of simulation is considered essential to the development of operator skills for critical tasks. Less critical tasks can be practiced using static simulation devices. This paper discusses the utilization of these types of training devices to train Navy crews. An overview of the Machinery Control Systems of the FFG 7 and AO 177 Class ships is discussed to provide an understanding of state-of-the-art equipment development. The training programs for these two Ship Classes are then reviewed to show how simulation devices are currently used by the Training Community, and this is followed by a brief discussion of the additional benefits that also are derived.

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    • ASNE Day 1980 Technical Paper: Session No. 6--Machinery.
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    American Society of Naval Engineers

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    Washington, DC  USA  20005
  • Authors:
    • Hall, E
    • Moss, D G
    • Norris, C S
    • Peterson, H D
  • Publication Date: 1980-4

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  • Accession Number: 00312240
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 26 1980 12:00AM