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Due to the risk of a chemical reaction, some cargoes cannot be stored next to each other and tanks must be cleaned according to very specific procedures when their cargo has been discharged.
The chemical carrier model is based on a real ship modified to cover most chemical carriers, including tank types 1, 2, and 3. It has 37 tanks, all fitted with fixed submerged pumps and separate lines and manifolds. It also includes an inert gas generator, a bank of N2 bottles, and 20 available ready-made cargo types. The user may enter 10 cargoes of their choice. Tank atmosphere data is calculated continuously. There are no chemical reactions between the cargoes, but cargoes may solidify.
The chemical carrier model meets the requirements of STCW section A-II/1, A-II/2, A-II/3, A-III/1, A-III/2, and A-V/1.
These sections cover:
This model is certified and approved according to DNV GL’s Standard for Certification of Maritime Simulator Systems ST-033 March 2017.
The simulator solution can be provided both as a desktop system for classroom training and as a full mission system. A BigView 3D interactive mimic with the 3D pop-up display is also available for enhanced familiarization of the cargo operations.
The training objective of this model is to understand the total cargo-handling operation. Specific training objectives include the following:
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