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Study on Automation for Verification of Naval Ship`s Operational Scenarios using Simulation: Focusing on Crew Messroom Case
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Study on Automation for Verification of Naval Ship`s Operational Scenarios using Simulation: Focusing on Crew Messroom Case
Oh, Dae-Kyun; Lee, Dong-Kun;
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 Abstract
The Korea Navy has been making constant efforts to apply M&S (modeling and simulation) to naval ship development, and the generalization of M&S for ship development is a trend. M&S for ship design is used for the V&V (verification and validation) of its design and operation, including design verification and ergonomic design that considers the crew using the Naval Ship Product Model. In addition, many parts of this M&S are repeatedly accomplished regardless of the kinds of ships. This study aims to standardize M&S, which repeatedly applies similar verifications for operation scenarios. A congestion assessment simulation for the major spaces of ships was the subject of the standardization based on the leading research results of various researchers, and a simulation automation solution was suggested. An information model using XML was proposed through the simulation automation concept, and a prototype system based on it was implemented. The usability was shown through a case study that verified the operability performance of the crew messroom.
 Keywords
Simulation based acquisition;Acquisition M&S;Ergonomic design;Discrete event simulation;
 Language
Korean
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