An education design for energy-efficient ship handling

Signe Jensen, Elin Kragesand Hansen, Marie Lützen

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Resumé

There has been an increasing interest in the energy-efficient operation of vessels. Stakeholders in the maritime industry have identified several methods of improving energy efficiency, and a large number of studies have been conducted. It has been emphasized by many that improving the energy efficiency on board vessels should include factors such as increasing awareness of the problem, knowledge skills and motivation by ensuring the availability of maritime education and training, which has to address both technical and human factor topics. The aim of the paper is to present a proposal for an educational design for energy-efficient ship operation for master mariner students. The objective has been to create a "Practicum" by using full-mission bridge simulator facilities. A full-mission simulator is an image of the world that allows the students to obtain skills through learning-by-doing in a safe environment. The course focus will be on energy efficiency, but sailing a ship is a multi-objective task-when he plans his voyage, the master must take into consideration safety, regulations, commercial interests, and finally also the energy consumption. This often results in conflicting goals and his actions must be balanced, which requires specific competence. The course is based on a combination of simulator sessions and reflection workshops, using the concept of "learning-by-doing" for the awareness training and reflective learning. Due to the safe learning environment, it is possible in a simulator to challenge the balance between safety, time and energy efficiency. Furthermore, during discussion in the reflection sessions, the students are trained in expressing and giving words to their thoughts behind their decisions, enabling them to reflect on action in groups. The main objective of the course is to give the students the possibility to learn how different choices and actions affect the outcome.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET : Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017
Vol/bind1
ForlagNikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy
Publikationsdato2017
Sider450-459
ISBN (Elektronisk)9789548991964
StatusUdgivet - 2017
Begivenhed18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET: Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017 - Varna, Bulgarien
Varighed: 11. okt. 201714. okt. 2017

Konference

Konference18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET: Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017
LandBulgarien
ByVarna
Periode11/10/201714/10/2017
SponsorKongsberg Digital, VSTEP Simulation

Fingeraftryk

Energy efficiency
Ships
Simulators
Education
Students
Human engineering
Energy utilization
Availability
Industry

Citer dette

Jensen, S., Hansen, E. K., & Lützen, M. (2017). An education design for energy-efficient ship handling. I 18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET: Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017 (Bind 1, s. 450-459). Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy.
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An education design for energy-efficient ship handling. / Jensen, Signe; Hansen, Elin Kragesand; Lützen, Marie.

18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET: Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017. Bind 1 Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy, 2017. s. 450-459.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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Jensen S, Hansen EK, Lützen M. An education design for energy-efficient ship handling. I 18th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities - Global Perspectives in MET: Towards Sustainable, Green and Integrated Maritime Transport, IAMU 2017. Bind 1. Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy. 2017. s. 450-459