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General and Professional Education
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The paper aims at estimating how much the training on computer simulators improves safety, how it permits to prepare engine crew to possible situations that can happen during exploitation ships engine rooms. The opinion expressed by classification institutions and insurance companies representatives, that training on well equipped simulators will reduce the breakdowns number of about 50% in comparison to the training in a traditional way is expressed in the article. This paper presents the view on the use of the simulator as a tool for training Marine Engineering students.

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software simulator, training, training staff


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