3-1

 

The Training Process

 

69

4-1

 

Levels of Sophistication for Simulator Physical Components

 

99

4-2

 

Control and Monitoring Station

 

101

4-3

 

Estimate of Relative Importance of Ship-Bridge Equipment for Simulator Training

 

102

D-1

 

Paths of Stable and Unstable Ships after a Yaw Disturbance of 1 Degree

 

218

D-2

 

Steady Turning Rate Versus Rudder Angle

 

220

D-3

 

Spiral Test

 

221

D-4

 

Zig-zag Maneuver Response: 5-5 Degree

 

222

F-1

 

Cadet Watch Team Grading sheet

 

252

F-2

 

Cadet Watch Team Evaluation Sheet

 

253

F-3

 

Scores Achieved by 233 Cadet Watchkeeping Teams Undergoing a Simulation-Based Watchkeeping Course During the Period 1985–1994

 

255

F-4

 

Plot of Standard Deviation for Simulation-Based Cadet Watchstanding Course

 

256

F-5

 

Average and Weighted Average Scores Per Drill of Simulation-Based Watchkeeping Training at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

 

257

TABLES

1-1

 

Historical Inventory of World and U.S.-Flag Ocean Ships Over 1,000 Gross Tons

 

21

1-2

 

U.S. Coast Guard Ocean-Only License Statistics for Deck Department, Any Gross Tons, Fiscal Years 1986–1993

 

30

1-3

 

U.S. Coast Guard Limited and Unlimited License Activity and Number of Facilities with Category I and Category II Simulators: Summarized by Region

 

31

1-4

 

U.S. Coast Guard Total Limited and Unlimited License, by Category, 1994

 

32

D-1

 

Principal Particulars

 

219



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