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LIQUID CARGO HANDLING SIMULATOR
LCHS 5000:PRODUCT TANKER
The cargo and ballast handling simulator LCHS 5000 is specifically designed to train Junior Officers in basic cargo handling operations and emergency situations and to train Senior Personnel in optimal operations during cargo handling. These objectives are achieved by controlled training leading to a better understanding of the cargo operations. The simulator is based on real Product Tanker systems and controls, such as the Inert Gas System, Hydraulics, Ballast, Deck Wash, Fire, and Cargo Heating Systems. The complexity and simulated fidelity of the systems provides a challenging training environment that meets all society and state requirements.
The LCHS 5000 simulator has two modules: Cargo and Terminal. These modules can be run individually or in joint mode for team training. The Cargo console is designed to train the tanker personnel for operation of the vessel cargo system and auxiliaries. The Terminal console is designed to train the shore terminal personnel.
Training objecTivesCertain training objectives can only be achieved properly by use of the accurate simulation of equipment. The simulator may be used for the following training programs:
Program of special training of the tanker personnel (officers and ratings) responsible for cargo loading in control of tanker systems (STCW 95 A-V/1 requirements, IMO model course Specialized Training program for oil product tanker)
Program of general training of officers of any type of vessel in control of the ships ballast system, control of ship stability and stress occurring in the ships hull; and protection of environment against cargo leakage pollution (STCW 95, part A- II/1, II/2, III/1, III/2 competence requirements)
Depending on background knowledge and experience of the trainee, the simulator shall be capable of creating situations ensuring appropriate training in familiarisation with the tanker systems and basic procedures, special operations and procedures and cargo and ballast operations.
complianceThe cargo handling simulator is designed to meet the requirements within the competency framework of STCW95 convention (part A, B-V/1 ),the IMO model course 2.06 and DNV (Det Norske Veritas) latest 2.14 standard requirements for the Class A Simulator: A full mission simulator capable of simulating a complete liquid cargo handling system including all auxiliary equipment and the online stability/stress calculation system.
The flexible design of the cargo handling simulator allows functionality or equipment to be added at any time to meet individual customer requirements.
is iT real or is iT lcHs 5000?Simulated systems faithfully replicate real equipment onboard:
Prototype Product Tanker.Tanker is designed to carry five types of different cargoes simultaneously, including crude oil and oil products in 10 different cargo tanks.
Length overall: 182,5 mBreadth: 32,2 mCapacity: 54298 cbm (including slop tanks)Deadweight: 47400 tDraught: 12.2 m
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instructor station Instructor software is common for LCHS 5000 and ERS 5000 to allow
combined exercises with the Engine Room Simulator
Slave Monitor duplicates all screens of the selected trainees workstation
e-Tutor evaluation and assessment system
networked classUp to 12 workstations under supervision of one instructor can include up to four displays, representing:
Cargo handling console (2D and 3D panels)
Loading control system (load calculator)
Closed circuit television
full-mission trainee workstationThe full-mission trainee workplace includes:
Ballast/Cargo handling operation control console
Computerized stability calculation system console
Control and Monitoring System
simulaTed sysTems Cargo handling System
Deep Well Pumps Control Panel
Oil discharge monitoring equipment (ODME) System
Loading control system
Deck Wash and Firefighting System
Gas Detection System
Tank Heating System
Crude Oil Washing System
Inert Gas Systems
simulaTor componenTsThe cargo control console and terminal control console comprise of:
Panels, imitating the real equipment of Cargo Control Room of the ship
Panels, imitating the screens of Cargo Monitoring System software, installed on the ship
Interactive scalable drawings of the systems and subsystems used in ballast handling operations
Interactive 3D visualization of the ship with a possibility to control deck equipment
3D visualization of the pictures presented by the ship/pier CCTV System cameras
3D visualization channels of the view from cargo control room window
Loading Control System
The simulator replicates a ships cargo control room. The cargo control room panels can be displayed on touch screens. That makes possible running different ship model exercises on the same HW configuration.
The new cargo handling simulator can have real hardware panels integrated in the simulator via standard Universal Hardware Interface tasks and also have imbedded intercom, audio- and vido- logger tasks.
Load CalculatorNetworked class
Full mission trainee workstation Deep Well Pumps Control Panel
Cargo System CMS Screen
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insTrucTor worKplaceThe instructor workplace is an integral part of the simulator. It can be operated in the following modes:
Online: Conducting lessons and monitoring the execution of exercises by trainees
Edit: Creating new exercises and editing existing ones
Debrief: Viewing and debriefing recorded exercises
The instructor workplace software allows combined exercises with the Engine Room Simulator (ERS 5000).
The simulator is provided with a possibility of selecting a work process speed: (normal speed, 5-fold and 25-fold accelerations). This allows student to speed up cargo operation to demonstrate the effects of their actions.
inTercomIntercom provides a possibility to keep a constant contact between the vessel and loading master (trainee and instructor) during cargo operations.
audio and video loggerRecording of trainee exchanges during exercise is carried out by Audio Logger module. Audio Logger accepts data from sound card and stores audio log-files on computer.
Video log files in the process of exercise are recorded by Video Logger module. Recording is controlled from the instructor workplace on Video Logger panel.
THe Transas evaluaTion and assessmenT sysTem e-TuTorThe 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 regards to the selected set of criteria.
inTeracTive scalable diagrams of THe sysTemsThe diagrams represent detailed circuits of the systems built on the basis of real ship systems. There is a possibility to zoom-up parts of interest and move the diagram visible area around the screen.
The diagrams show animated flows through the pipelines at a speed changing in direct proportionate with the flow rate, color changes in accordance with the substance in the pipes.
inTeracTive 3d visualizaTion of sHip decKThe CCTV system provides a 3D visualization of the ship representing its draught, trim and heel in real time dependant on load and distribution. The system includes a function which allows the possibility of arbitrarily shifting the viewpoint.
3D-visualisation displays cargo leakage from manifolds, spills on cargo deck, deck fires and sprays of firefighting system.
To provide situational awareness training systems can be controlled from the 3D visualization. Clicking and object on deck will active a 2D control for the item of equipment selected. When an object is selected on the 2D diagram, the respective one in the 3D diagram is highlighted in color, the camera automatically focusing on it.
3d visualisaTion of THe picTures presenTed by THe sHip/pier ccTv sysTem camerasThe system provides a means of performing visual monitoring of the key elements of the cargo system and the ship deck using video cameras.
joinT operaTion wiTH engine room simulaTor Power generation \ consumption
AUX machinery and subsystems
Heat supply (steam) for cargo system
Fire Fighting system
developing new models on requesTSpecific oil, chemical and product carriers DNV class A simulators based on customers prototype data can be developed on request within 3-4 months.
creaTe and ediT your own modelsThe simulator has a built-in editor that enables user create and edit own models.
Instructor main windowInteractive scalable system diagrams
Interactive 3D visualisation of the deck
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