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A Study on Construction of Collision Reproducing Simulator and Application to Analysis of Marine Casualty
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Construction of Collision Reproducing Simulator and Application to Analysis of Marine Casualty
Sohn, Kyoung-ho; Bae, Jun-young;
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 Abstract
Ships` collision accident has often occurred in congested waterways or in harbour areas. To examine the cause of collision accident may be necessary to prevention against another similar one. We discuss the construction of ship-manoeuvring-simulator system used for reproducing ships` collision phenomenon The system consists of one simulator bridge for own ship and two control consoles for own ship and target ship. Own ship and target ship are linked each other, and are simultaneously manoeuvred in simulator bridge or at control console respectively. And a simulator experiment for reproducing ships` collision phenomenon and for examining the cause of accident is carried out. Through the present case study, we find out that the constructed simulator system is very useful for reproducing ships` collision phenomenon and for examining the cause of accident.
 Keywords
Ships` collision accident;Ship-manoeuvring-simulator;Manoeuvring motion;
 Language
English
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