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A Study on Development of LCD monitor-Based Pilots' Ship-Handling Simulator
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Development of LCD monitor-Based Pilots' Ship-Handling Simulator
Jeong, Tae-Gweon; Chen, Chao; Lee, Shin-Geol; Lee, Jeong-Jin; Huh, Yong-Bum;
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 Abstract
This paper is to introduce the development of a LCD monitor-based pilots' ship handling simulator installed in the office of Korea Maritime Pilots Association. This simulator is composed of hardware which includes working server array, operation PC, monitor array, rudder, thruster and telegraph peripheral devices, and software which includes ship mathematical model software, ship conning software, image supporting software and so on. In this simulator, MMG mathematical model is used to create thirteen(13) ship models, which are based on sea trial data & pilots' opinion. According to requirements of pilots, virtual scenes of different port areas are built, and some required additional functions are also developed. By using this simulator, pilots can fulfill all kinds of training exercises, design of channel approaching ports, traffic safety analysis, prevention of accident research and other tasks, so as to grasp the characteristics of different ships, and accumulate experience for piloting.
 Keywords
ship handling simulator;MMG model;mathematical model software;ship conning software;traffic safety analysis;prevention of accident research;
 Language
English
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