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TRANSAS ENgiNE Room SimulAToRS

Transas engine room simulaTors ers 5000

The Transas Engine Room Simulator ERS 5000 has been specifically designed for the education, training and assessment of competence of engine department personnel including the engineer officer in charge of watch, senior engineering staff and ratings forming part of engineering watch: · · · · Familiarisation Standard operation and watch keeping Advanced operation and troubleshooting Vessel resource management

ConfiguraTion TyPes ers 5000 solo networked class

ComPlianCe

Transas engine room simulators: · · · Cover the essential areas of maritime training in full compliance with the STCW requirements Designed to meet the requirements of IMO Conventions and Resolutions and IEC standards Approved by DNV (as per the Standard for Certification of Maritime Simulators No. 2.14 October 2007)

Run on stand-alone PC Supports 12 interactive trainee workstations with one instructor station

full mission simulator

Training goals Define simulaTor ConfiguraTion Training goal

Self-education, equipment familiarisation and refresher training The training of technicians in the principles of operation and diagnosis of marine engineering/ electrical systems Switchboard operating certificate (SOC) Control room watchkeeping certificate (CRWC) The training and qualification of marine engineering officers and technicians prior to taking up their positions onboard specific vessels Resource management and team training for navigating officers, marine engineering officers and technicians

simulator type

Stand-alone simulator, distance learning (Solo) Classroom simulator, full mission simulator and simulators installed on laptop computers (distance learning) Full mission engine room simulator Full mission engine room simulator Specially designed full mission engine room simulators An interlinked full mission engine room and bridge simulators.

Custom design of an engine room specific for a certain vessel is possible

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simulaTor ComPonenTs Trainee software ­ replica of structure and hierarchy of ship's real control system:

· · · Monitoring and operation of Propulsion Plant from Navigation Bridge Automatic and remote operation and monitoring from Machinery Control Room Local operation and monitoring from auxiliary stations

Control from bridge · Propulsion Plant Control Panel · · · Steering Control Panel Control from bridge by VDU Fire Alarm Station

local operation Posts: · Main Engine(s) · · Diesel Generator Purifiers, etc.

Control from machinery Control room · Propulsion plant control panel · · · · Steering control and stabilizers panel Sections of main switch board Alarm, monitoring and control system Control from MCR by VDU

set of interactive system diagrams for: · System configuration analysis · · · Monitoring of state of system components Local manual control of valves Monitoring of levels in tanks

Propulsion Plant Control Panel Example of video wall

Sections of Main Switch Board

Control from MCR by VDU

The following systems are imitated: · · · · · · Ship's diesel propulsion plant Auxiliary systems and machinery Ship's electric power plant Machinery sound imitation Alarm systems with Sound & Visual Alarm Unit 3D visualization for Tanker LCC, LNG, Ro-Ro, ASD tug, OPV and ANZAC frigate models

CPP LOPs Diesel Generator LOPs Local manual control of valves

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feaTures 3D Virtual reality

· · · · Familiarisation support Standard and advanced operation, including troubleshooting Familiarisation with engine room sounds Access to local posts from 3D visualisation

interactive mimic Diagram

Systems can be controlled from the unified diagram. Appearance replicates standard control mimics found on real vessels.

imitation of local manual Control from machinery Compartments

Control ability is available directly from individual system pages or from 3D visual model. Zoom function enables using large and extensive diagrams.

imitation of local operation Posts in machinery Compartments

· · · · Trainee selects a starting point and a point of destination. A video from a real vessel is displayed showing a walk-through to the destination from MCR On arrival trainee can operate the selected local operation post Once in the machinery space, 3D visuals allow the student to move to an individual piece of equipment and operate it. This eliminates the need for "gaming" experience to navigate to a given location. It also adds real time constraints into full mission resource management exercises.

management level Training

Advanced level training abilities have been increased through a more flexible and greater range of malfunction capabilities with ERS 5000 models. · Parameterisation is meant for adjustment of ME Governor, temperature controllers and simulation of differenc pumps, coolers, heaters, filters and conditions of units by instructor or trainee Conditions could be changed both in initial state before exercise start and in online mode during an exercise.

integration with navigational simulator for crew resource management training

The joint training of engineering personnel and deck officers in a single environment solves the following tasks: · · · · Training of efficient and well-coordinated cooperation between the engine room and bridge crews at it is onboard the real ship Understanding of the complexity of all onboard equipment and interactions Training for emergency situations Advanced equipment familiarisation necessary due to the increased level of automation on board ships, where modern engine monitoring and control devices are installed on the bridge (in accordance with the IMO `Watch 1'standard)

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graphic presentation

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Combustion process with adjustments Trend curves of all physical parameters

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HarDware

To simulate the vessel interior with greater realism and thus further improve the efficiency of training, ERS 5000 can be supplied with fullsize control consoles comprising built-in monitoring and control panels. To better match training goals and budget, several hardware options are available:

Virtual Dedicated Hardware panel (VDHw) ­ control by touch screen display:

· · · Relatively low cost Realistic presentation of equipment Possibility to reconfigure on the run for different ships with different controls

Transas standard and customised dedicated control panels

MESTE, Royal New Zealand Navy

Combination of real dedicated panels with virtual dedicated panels

To allow several ship models to be simulated using the same full mission simulator infrastructure ERS 5000 provides a virtual hardware option. Large flat touch screen displays replicate the main switchboards and switchboard generator controls.

CERONAV, Romania

Azalea Training Centre, Montenegro MESTE, Royal New Zealand Navy

Third party equipment interfaced to Transas ers

Naval Academy, Romania

St. Petersburg Maritime College, Russia Interschalt AG, Germany

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insTruCTor sTaTion CaPabiliTies

Monitoring and recording the trainee in online mode Exercise editor for exercise creating and editing Debriefing facility for viewing and analysis of recorded exercises Evaluation and assessment system Extended possibilities for exercise data printing

sHiP moDel library

ERS 5000 incorporates the library of ship models with the most widespread types of propulsion plant. The model library is constantly growing. Customised models can be developed on request, given that a customer provides the necessary technical data on the vessel's engine room equipment. The following ship models are available at the moment:

oil Tanker

Oil tanker of 60,500 DWT, with a two-stroke low-speed reversible turbo charged diesel engine and fixed pitch propeller. The Auxiliary systems: Oily Water Treatment System & Incinerator added according to MARPOL requirements. main engine · Type ­ MAN B&W 6S60MC · · · · No. of cylinders ­ 6 MCR ­ 12,240 kW Corresp. Engine speed ­ 105 rpm Propeller ­ FPP Length o.a. ­ 242.8 m Breadth mld ­ 32.2 m Draught at design WL ­ 12.50 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 67,980 t Speed in full load ­ 13,6 knots

The Transas evaluation and assessment system e-Tutor

· · · Competence assessment Certification Qualification validation

general Cargo

Multipurpose dry-cargo vessel/container ship of 12,000 DWT, carrying general cargo, 20' and 40' containers. Main engine: two-stroke low-speed reversible turbo charged diesel engine with fixed pitch propeller. main engine · Type ­ MAN B&W 6S60MC · · · · No. of cylinders ­ 6 MCR ­ 12,240 kW Corresp, engine speed ­ 105 rpm Propeller ­ FPP Length o.a. ­ 137.40 m Breadth mld ­ 21.50 m Draught at design WL ­ 7.50 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 12,000 t Speed in full load ­ 19.1 knots

The e-Tutor allows objective assessment of an exercise fulfillment by a trainee. The assessment is based on the check of the exercise fulfillment correctness with regard to the selected set of criteria.

Courseware and CbT

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Each model is supported with courseware for self-education Courseware provides instructions how to operate the simulator in visual and voice form

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ro-ro vessel

Ro-Ro vessel of 5,000 DWT, with a four-stroke medium-speed nonreversible turbo charged engine and controllable pitch propeller. main engine · Type ­ S.E.M.T. Pielstick 16 PC2.2 V-400 · · · Length o.a. ­ 124.09 m Breadth mld ­ 19.20 m Draught at design WL ­ 6.30 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 5,000 t Speed in full load ­ 16.6 knots · No. of cylinders ­ 16 MCR ­ 5,966 kW Corresp, engine speed ­ 520 rpm Propeller ­ CPP

general Cargo-2

Multipurpose general cargo-containership of 12.000 DWT, having a two-stroke reversible low-speed turbo charged diesel, and direct transmission to a fixed pitch propeller. main engine · Type ­ Wartsila-Sulzer RTA58 · · · · · No. of cylinders ­ 6 MCR ­ 12,750 kW Corresp. Engine speed ­ 105 rpm Propeller ­ FPP MEP ­ 19 bar Length o.a. ­ 137.40 m Breadth mld ­ 21.50 m Draught at design WL ­ 7.50 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 12,000 t Cargo holds capacity ­ 14.950 m3 Speed in full load ­ 19,1 knots

lng Tanker

LNG tanker of 76,000 DWT, with a steam turbine as the main engine, driving a fixed pitch propeller via a turning gearbox. main engine · Type ­ Steam Turbine Kawasaki UA-400 · · · Length o.a. ­ 276.0 m Breadth mld ­ 43.40 m Draught at design WL ­ 11.01 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 76,134 t Cargo tanks ­ 137,585 m3 Speed in full load ­ 19,5 knots · · Output MCR ­ 29,450 kW Output NCR ­ 25,040 kW / 85,3 R.P.M. 2 x Steam Boilers Superheated steam ­ 61,5 bar / 515 oC / 63,500kg/h at M.C.R. condition Propeller ­ FPP

Container ship

Containership of 83,105 DWT with a two-stroke reversible low-speed turbo charged diesel with fixed pitch propeller. main engine · Type ­ MAN B&W 10K98MC · · · · No. of cylinders ­ 10 MCR ­ 57,200 kW Corresp, engine speed ­ 94 rpm Propeller ­ FPP Length o.a. ­ 277.40 m Breadth mld ­ 40.0 m Draught at design WL ­ 13.3 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 83,105 t Speed in full load ­ 24.9 knots

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asD Tug

The modern ASD Tug of 366 t displacement having two high speed diesel engines with transmission to two Azimuth thrusters Propulsion · Main engines ­ 2 x CAT 3516BTA · · Length o.a. ­ 25.3 m Breadth mld ­ 10.26 m Displacement ­ 366 t Speed astern ­ 12.5 knots Bollard pull ­ Up to 53 t Azimuth thrusters ­ 2 x Rolls Royce Ulstein Aquamaster Slipping clutches ­ 2 x Twin Disc MCD 3000

offshore Patrol Vessel (oPV) ship model

Propulsion: · 2 x MAN B&W Diesel 12RK280 (MAN 12V 28/33D), 5400 kW, 1000 RPM; · · 2 x Double-reduction gear ZF W63000 NR2H, non-reversible, hydraulic clutch; 2 x CPP ­ Wartsila Hub-Type Propeller

electric Power Plant Generator sets ­ 2 x CAT 3304B T + Harbour generator

electric Plant: · 3 Diesel Generator 530 kW, 440V/60 Hz, 3 ph (engine MAN V12 D2842, 620 kW, 1800 RPM, generator LE301); · 1 Emergency Generator 103 kW, 440V/60 Hz, 3 ph (engine MAN L4 D0824, 110 kW, 1800 RPM, generator LE201).

Length ­ 81.5 m Beam ­ 12.05 m Draught ­ 3.4 m Speed ­ 22.5 knots

fishing Vessel

Trawler with a four-stroke high-speed turbo charged diesel engine, reversible reduction gear and fixed pitch propeller main engine · Type ­ CATERPILLAR 3508 TA · · · Length o.a. ­ 24.5 m Breadth mld ­ 6.31 m Draught at design WL ­ 3.25 m Deadweight at SLM ­ 250 t Speed in full load ­ 11 knots · · · · Cylinder bore ­ 170 mm Piston stroke ­ 190 mm No. of cylinders ­ 8 MCR ­ 526 kW Corresp, engine speed ­ 1,200 rpm Propeller ­ FPP Propeller blades ­ 4

frigate ship model (anZaC class / modified meKo type 200)

Propulsion (CoDog): · 2 x Diesel engine MTU 12V1163 TB83, 3040 kW, 1160 RPM; · · 1 x Gas Turbine General Electric type 7 LM 2500-SA-MLG 15, 22 500 kW, 3600 RPM; Reduction Gearing set Type MAAG 2MG/TA-340/2H: two Main Gearboxes (MG) (PORT and STBD) each with synchronous clutches and fluid coupling attached, Cross-Connect Gearbox (CCG) with synchronous clutch attached; 2 x Hub-type Controllable Pitch Propeller (CPP). Length ­ 118 m Beam ­ 14.8 m Draught ­ 4 m Speed ­ 27 knots

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electric Plant: · 4 x Ship Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) - 812 kVA, 440V/60 Hz, 3 ph (diesel MTU 8V 396 TE54 690 kW, 1800 RPM); · · Two Main Switchboards (MSB) ­ FWD MSB and AFT MSB with crossconnection between MSBs; 3 x Shore Connection Boxes

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