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Engineering Training: How Simulators Can Help

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    Roland J. Yardley, James G. Kallimani, Laurence S, «Engineering Training: How Simulators Can Help»
    RAND | ISBN: 0833047299 | 2009 | PDF | 116 pages | 1.3 MB

    “U.S. Navy surface combatant ship crews require extensive training. Especially rigorous training is required for the ship’s engineers, who are responsible for operating, maintaining, and repairing the main propulsion and auxiliary equipment to keep the ship ready to go to sea. Much of the training for the engineering watchstanders of Arleigh Burke-class destroyers that is currently done underway could be done in port. Training could also be done on simulators at considerable savings in time, money, fuel, and ship wear and tear. And, given constraints on underway training, there is a limit to the number and type of drills a ship can practice at sea. The use of simulators can improve proficiency for engineering casualty control training that requires a great deal of repetition and drills to master. This monograph discusses how simulators could improve engineering watchstanders’ proficiency before ships go to sea, so that time at sea could be used to fine-tune the training. The authors recommend that full mission console trainers


     

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