GDS SERS™ Makes IMO Engine Room Resource Management (ERM) Certificate Trainings Conducted Efficiently and Effectively

Description of an ERM Training

Engine Room Resource Management (ERM) is a system of achieving safe engineering operations by proactively utilizing and managing personnel, equipment, and information in the machinery space. A review the team roles, human factors, and situational awareness is required to plan and implement a proper ERM program. Remember, good ERM practices can save personnel and vessels from unwanted risks.

The course complies with the standards of Regulation III/1, III/2, III/6 and VIII/2 of STCW Convention, Section A-III/1, III/2, III/6, A-VIII/2 and B-VIII/2 of STCW Code and SIRE requirements.

Topics in a ERM training includes

  • Learn about effective resource allocation including crew, plant, equipment, and information management
  • Understand the leadership responsibilities of the Chief Engineer, including staff training and motivation, preventing crew fatigue, and conducting appropriate drills
  • Review individual and team roles, and how to reduce human error using situational awareness and closed loop communication
  • See engine room equipment functions and standard operating procedures

Relevance of this Training with existing IMO Model Courses

This course includes the topics using the guidance provided by the following IMO Model Courses.

  • IMO Model Course 7.02 Chief Engineer Officer and Second Engineer Officer
  • IMO Model Course 7.04 Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch
  • IMO Model Course 2.07 Engine Rooms Simulator. 2017 Ed.
  • IMO Model Course 1.39 Leadership and Teamwork
  • IMO Model Course 1.38 Marine Environmental Awareness

Referenced Documents

The following documents must be used along with this document for effectively planning and providing an ERM training.

GDS SERS User Manuals and Documents

  • User Manual Vol I (SERS Software Description) describe the SERS software with the SERS Graphical User Interface (GUI) Panels accessed from the SERS Main Graphical User Interface (GUI) Panel.
  • User Manual Volume II (Engine Room Operations) includes the operational instructions on how to operate the engine room systems and machinery using the SERS.
  • User Manual Vol III (Installation & Configuration) describes the installation and the configuration of software and hardware items
  • This manual, User Manual Volume IV (Instructor’s Manual), includes guides and information for the instructors to utilize SERS in their trainings according to their specific training objectives.
  • Refer to “SERS Philosophy Document” for selecting the configuration of the SERS for your training objectives.  Then use Vol. III for the proper installation of the SERS and reading the configuration guidelines.

External Referenced Documens

  • IMO Model Course 7.02 Chief Engineer Officer and Second Engineer Officer
  • IMO Model Course 7.04 Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch
  • IMO Model Course 2.07 Engine Rooms Simulator. 2017 Ed.
  • IMO Model Course 1.39 Leadership and Teamwork
  • IMO Model Course 1.38 Marine Environmental Awareness

ENGINE ROOM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRAINING MODEL

Engine Room Resource Management (ERM) is a system of achieving safe engineering operations by proactively utilizing and managing personnel, equipment, and information in the machinery space. A review the team roles, human factors, and situational awareness is required to plan and implement a proper ERM program. Remember, good ERM practices can save personnel and vessels from unwanted risks.

The course complies with the standards of Regulation III/1, III/2, III/6 and VIII/2 of STCW Convention, Section A-III/1, III/2, III/6, A-VIII/2 and B-VIII/2 of STCW Code and SIRE requirements.

The course is aimed at officers of the engineering watch (operational level), 2nd Engineer and Chief Engineer (management level).

The course is a mix of theory case studies and simulation exercise covering topics below. The following are the four main areas to cover in an ERM training:

GDS SERS IMO Engine Room Resource Management Course Model 2.07 IMO. Certification Training. Marine Engineering Cadets. Class Regulations.
  • RESOURCE ALLOCATION: Effective resource allocation including crew, plant, equipment, and information management.
  • LEADERSHIP: The leadership responsibilities of the Chief Engineer, including staff training and motivation, preventing crew fatigue, and conducting appropriate drills
  • TEAM ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The roles and responsibilities for both individuals and team. Planning and execution must be reviewed with past experiences with the aim of reducing human error using situational awareness and closed loop communication.
  • TECHNICAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: A study with a thorough review of equipment functions, standard operating procedures including safety procedures.

Designing your ERM Training with SERS

In this section, we provide a guidance on how to design an IMO ERM training with step by step approach. We hope that it helps you provide an effective training for your cadets or engineers already working onboard.

1. Certification of the Simulator

Certification of the simulator is highly important. You must ensure that it has all capabilities to provide the capabilities training based on STCW 2010. As for the ERM training, the simulator must be capable of demonstrating the IMO Model Course (2.07) exercises.

GDS Ship Engine Room Simulator (SERS™) is a Training Simulator System with a Full Mission (Class A) type approval certificate obtained from ClassNK. ClassNK is an IACS affiliate Classification Organization. Certificate of SERS™ lists the IMO STCW 2010 competencies, as provided in Table 1, which includes the compliance to IMO STCW Tables A-III. The class certification of SERS includes the IMO Model Course 2.07 (207) Ed.). The trainee is able to perform all exercises contained in the IMO Model Course 2.07. All exercises were demonstrated during the Class Type Approval.

Table 1: SERS™ Certification Items for STCW Training Competencies.

IMO STCW-2010 ReferenceCompetence
Table A-III/1.1Maintain a safe engineering watch
Table A-III/1.2Use English in written and oral form
Table A-III/1.3Use internal communication systems
Table A-III/1.4Operate main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems
Table A-III/1.5Operate fuel, lubrication, ballast and other pumping systems and associated control systems
Table A-III/1.6Operate electrical, electronic and control systems
Table A-III/1.10Ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements
Table A-III/1.11Maintain seaworthiness of the ship
Table A-III/1.12Prevent, control and fight fires on board
Table A-III/1.16Application of leadership and team working skills
Table A-III/2.1Manage the operation of propulsion plant machinery
Table A-III/2.2Plan and schedule operations
Table A-III/2.3Operation, surveillance, performance assessment and maintaining safety of propulsion plant and auxiliary Machinery
Table A-III/2.4Manage fuel, lubrication and ballast operations
Table A-III/2.5Manage operation of electrical and electronic control equipment
Table A-III/2.6Manage troubleshooting restoration of electrical and electronic control equipment to operating condition
Table A-III/2.8Detect and identify the cause of machinery malfunctions and correct faults
Table A-III/2.10Control trim, stability and stress
Table A-III/2.11Monitor and control compliance with legislative requirements and measures to ensure safety of life at sea and protection of the marine environment
Table A-III/2.14Use leadership and managerial skills
Table A-III/4.2For keeping a boiler watch: Maintain the correct water levels and steam pressures
Table A-III/6.1Monitor the operation of electrical, electronic and control systems
Table A-III/6.2Monitor the operation of automatic control systems of propulsion and auxiliary machinery
Table A-III/6.3Operate generators and distribution systems
Table A-III/6.4Operate and maintain power systems in excess of 1,000 volts
Table A-III/6.5Operate computers and computer networks on ships
Table A-III/6.7Use internal communication systems
Table A-III/6.9Maintenance and repair of automation and control systems of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery
Table A-III/6.12Ensure compliance with pollution-prevention requirements

2. Simulator Detail Specs

This is probably the most tricky part. Some simulators could be cheap (!) and may be simulating the systems at a very high level. Does it have a main engine lubricating oil system? Probably yes. Does it satisfy the IMO competencies. Well this is the tricky part. It must have the LO Temperature Control System appropariately and realistically simulating the systems. We gave a simple example. Most trainers learn the specifics of the simulator after some experience of using it and become aware of the isues that prevent providing an efficient engine room simulator training. This may not be of an issue for a freshman level students; however, it becomes important when trainees are already completed their training onboard a ship and that they completed their marine engine engineering courses (Diesel Engines, Ship Auxiliary Engines, Electrical Systems, Automatic Control Systems, etc.). Additionally, the models and simulated systems has critical importance when the trainees are the personnel already have experience onboard a ship. Usually, the trainees in an ERM course will be watchkeeping officers or even chief engineers and they will probably critisize the training if the simulations are not realistic!

We have written the full specifications list for an engine room simulator, generalized with a focus on how it must help the instructors in the training. We went through each section of both the IMO STCW 2010 and IMO Model Course 2.07 and ensure the full list is at hand with the training in focus. Do not hesitate to request a copy if you are establishing an engine room training facility. We will be glad to help as trainers with ERS training experience of more than 20 years.

We should warn you that you must prepare the requirements for purchasing an Engine Room Simulator not the manufacturer.

3. Simulator Configurations

The training area must be organized with a focus into the training goals and objectives. The number of students to train at once is also an important element.

There are two examples of simulator configırations shown with the following figures. You must define your objectives first and ensure that a satisfactory number of stations and area is provided during the training.

ERS Training Plant GDS Engineering Inc SERS Full Mission Engine Room Simulator Layout and Equipment Arrangement
ERS Training Plant GDS Engineering Inc SERS Full Mission Engine Room Simulator Layout and Equipment Arrangement
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A New Study Published in the Ocean Engineering Journal: “Analysis and assessment of ship collision accidents using Fault Tree and Multiple Correspondence Analysis”

Journal Article:

Ocean Engineering, Volume 245, 1 February 2022, 110514

Hasan Ugurlu, Ismail Cicek, Analysis and assessment of ship collision accidents using Fault Tree and Multiple Correspondence Analysis, Ocean Engineering, Volume 245, 2022, 110514, ISSN 0029-8018,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2021.110514.
(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0029801821017923)

Authors

Hasan Uğurlu and Ismail Cicek

Highlights

• 513 ship collision accidents for all ship types, dated since 1977, were studied.
• 39 primary causes for collisions were examined with fault tree analysis.
• Importance and probability values for each primary cause are presented.
• Results indicate which COLREG Rules are violated the most.
• Recommendations are provided for reducing the potential collision accidents.

Abstract

Our research study indicates that, over the past few decades, the expected decrease in the number of maritime accidents has not occurred. The statistics show the collision and contact types of marine accidents have always been the most frequent. Primary causes that contribute to ship collisions were collected from 513 collision accidents reported since 1977, which is the date the Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 (COLREGs) came into effect. The root causes of ship-to-ship collisions were determined statistically. Qualitative and quantitative analyses were carried out using the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA). This provided the probability and importance of the primary causes contributing to the ship collision accidents and defined minimal cut sets. Results show that the violation of the COLREG Rules is the most important and effective factor for collision accidents. Therefore, further analysis was conducted and the results showed which type of COLREG Rules mostly violated statistically. The primary causes were also examined by Multiple Correspondence Analysis, and it was determined that maneuvering and perception errors were the most effective factors in collision accidents. The results represent the cause statistics of the ship-to-ship collision accidents that occurred in the last 43 years. Considering the collision accident reports data, our results show %94,7 of collision accidents are related to human error.

Read more at Ocean Engieering journal…

Keywords

Maritime accidents, Ship collision, Fault tree method, Multiple correspondence analysis, Collision regulation, Human error

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2021.110514

Why is this Paper Important?

The results represent the cause statistics of the ship-to-ship collision accidents that occurred in the last 43 years. Considering the collision accident reports data, our results show %94,7 of collision accidents are related to human error.

  • 513 ship collision accidents for all ship types, dated since 1977, were studied.
  • 39 primary causes for collisions were examined with fault tree analysis.
  • Importance and probability values for each primary cause are presented.
  • Results indicate which COLREG Rules are violated the most.
  • Recommendations are provided for reducing the potential collision accidents.
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Devices used onboard a ship are exposed to harsh electromagnetic environments, whether in the propulsion, deck or bridge area of a ship. Testing of such devices for Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) is therefore very important. Otherwise, manufacturers can face difficulties during the certification and procurement stages.

EMC testing and certification  services to ensure your marine products comply with relevant international standards and regulations is a MUST!

GDS Engineering R&D does not perform these tests yet; however, have the information on design and test knowledge. The requirements include the international conventions as agreed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS).

Currently, we have observed that these tests are conducted by reputable agencies like ELEMENT.

The testing laboratories use the following standards to test the marine electronic, digital or electrical devices for certification to IMO SOLAS requirements, guidance, or recommendations:

  • IEC 60945
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  • Lloyds Register Test Spec No 1
  • DNV Certification Notes 2.4
  • IEC 60092

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The use of composite materials in ship construction together with new radio technologies and high power electronics are changing the requirements and design goals that need to be achieved to ensure electromagnetic compatibility.  Element is well placed with our knowledge of both standards and the target environment to provide detailed guidance of the best compliance strategies to adopt for your marine products.

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Element performs EMC testing in conjunction with climatic and environmental test requirements to meet dedicated marine standards and be compliant with CE marking legislation. We make sure your marine equipment complies with the relevant EMC standards listed in the Marine Equipment Directive to help you achieve the Wheel Mark certification.

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Effect of Weather on the Marine Propulsion Engine Performance Onboard a Ship

IMO Model Course Exercise recommends students learn the weather change effect on engine performance.

GDS Engineering R&D developed a modern Engine Room Simulator (ERS) and it is in use by various research and training institutions. GDS ERS, called SERS, includes all engine room, ship, and environmental paramaters to demonstrate the weather effect to engine performance while onboard systems are maintaining their status with the displayed parameters. This scenario study is a predefined and set in the ERS for instructors to directly apply in their STCW Management Level Exercises. Student Workbooks accomodate this exercise with specficic forms to fill by the trainees.

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Capture GDS Vision in the Engine Room Simulator Development

GDS Engineering R&D is a research and development company, established by the academicians employed at Istanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Tuzla, Istanbul. GDS SERS Development Team has been utilizing engine room simulators since 2001, every year for training of marine engineering students with the following two engineering courses:

ERS I Operational Level Simulator Course: This course is for STCW Operational Level Proficiency Training after completing other Operational Level Courses at 4-year-university level. It is 4 hrs a week continuing for 14 weeks per semester. Each student must take this course to be eligible for long term training onboard a ship.

ERS II Management level Simulator Course: This course is to satisfy the proficiency levels for Management Level. It is 3 hours for 14 weeks and each student must complete the onboard training and then after completing this class for graduation.

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Through using simulators in both of these courses since 2001, we gained a good level of expertise on the use of simulators in Maritime Education & Training. Our team has also provided Training of Trainers courses IMO Model Courses 6.09 and 6.10. Some of our team members provided on site training at other Turkish institutions and became experienced on using simulators developed by various manufacturers.

Experienced in academic, engineering, and simulator courses, we have started describing a new simulator, aiming to provide an engine room simulator with the following important characteristics:

  • Reduction of Learning Time of the Software to Focus on Engine Room Systems Training:
    • Having different mouse key assignments or keyboard shortcuts in a simulator for various software functions and controls make the software much more complex to use and that affect the training objectives negatively. Therefore;
    • SERS provide a much less complex user interface allowing trainees focus on the professional tasks for “running the engine room systems” rather than “running the simulator.”
    • All GUI panels are easily displayed or closed:

“1-Click” Approach for ease of use:

  • All sysems are operated with a left mouse click.
  • All software functions are activated with a left mouse click.
  • All selections are made with a left mouse click.
  • No hidden functions or keys to use for activating a specific panel.

Fidelity and Realism

    • Having a more accurate approach on how to display and how to operate the systems and components.
    • Realistic functionality of pumps, compressors, engines, etc. with mathematical modeling reflecting the realistic time durations and process dynamics.
    • Realistic remote and local control for the pumps and compressors.
    • Realistic graphical user interface for electrical system (Circuit Breakers, Remote Panels, Synchronization Panel, etc.)
    • Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) objects, such as valves, are designed and shown in accordance with the respective international standards. Also, real engine rooms are studied to understand and display the controls, valves, and similar objects with a more understandable object design.
    • Pipe colors are selected to fit to the international standards. This provides a more comprehensive maritime education approach and ensures enough practice opportunity for diagram reading in the real engine room.
    • Components are created with various drawing and design software packages, then they are animated for better understanding, and better on-off state indications. For example, trainee could understand a pump is turning and could see there is a flow in a pipe with both color change and observed parameters.
    • Enough/necessary parameters displayed to understand the engineering principles.
    • Emphasis on Safety Systems (CO2 Fixed Fire Installation system is included as a separate panel)
    • Emphasis on Upcoming Regulations or Technology (Inclusion of ME Denoxification system as a separate panel).
    • Basic sounds (alarms and engine sounds) are implemented. Alarms are implemented appropriately as in the real environment with SILENCE, ACKNOWLEDGE and RESET buttons.

Unique Assessment Features

SERS provides direct evaluation methods with objective evidence of training with the following training outputs:

  • A text based training report generated for each trainee for each training session.
  • Screen captures generated for each user action and recorded in a historic time order, allowing to monitor and display the complete flow of the trainee actions.
  • Instructor monitoring and reaction time display and record for each trainee.
  • Trainee tools to easily record and maintain the training records.
  • More Accurate Philosphy is developed for use of SERS for a more Efficient and Realistic “Team Management” Training
    • “Repeating all functions in distributed computers” approach cause students tend to complete all training functions from one computer only. However;
    • SERS architecture allow for distributing panels to different units without repeating. Student must complete the task from its designated location.
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Kısa adıyla GDS;

Denizcilik sektöründe simülatör ürünleri geliştirmekte, özelllikle denizcilik eğitimlerinde kullanılmak üzere Gemi Makine Dairesi (Ship Engine Room Simulator) ve benzeri simülatörler geliştirmektedir. GDS’nin ana ürünü olan Ship Engine Room Simulator (SERS), marka tescili tamamlanmış ve uluslararası denizcillik sertifikasyon ajansı olan ClassNK tarafından sertifikalanmıştır. SERS, Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi, One Yachts, ve İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi gibi önemli denizcilik eğitim kurumlarında kullanılmaya başlanmıştır. GDS, SERS yanında Gemi Elektrik Sistemleri Simülatörü gibi diğer denizcilik eğitim simülatörleri de geliştirmiş ve çalışmalarına devam etmektedir.

GDS, Denizcilik Sektörü‘nde projeye özel, bilgi ve tecrübeye dayalı, danışmanlık hizmetleri de vermektedir. ARKAS BIMAR’a ait TÜBİTAK projesi ile Makine Öğrenmesi konulu çalışma devam etmektedir. Karadeniz Holding (Karpowership)’e ait bir gemi için denize yayılan gürültü ölçümü ve analizleri konulu bir çalışma ve uluslararası geçerli bir rapor çalışması yapmıştır. Benzer mühendislik ve danışmanlık çalışmaları ile denizcilik sektörüne hizmetlerimiz devam etmektedir.

Havacılık Sektörü‘ne ait olarak GDS personeli, RTCA-DO-160 Çevresel Test Standardı eğitimi vermekte, bu standarda göre test planı ve testlerin yönetilmesi konusunda hizmet vermektedir.

Savunma Sektörü’nde çok önemli olan MIL-STD-810H konusunda uluslararası deneyimlere sahip okan GDS, bu konuda eğitimler vermekte ve test planı, test gereksinimleri hazırlanması, ve test projelerinin yürütülmesi konusunda sektöre hizmet vermektedir.

GDS personeli aynı zamanda İTÜ Denizcilik Fakültesi’nde akademik kadroda bulunan kişilerden oluşmakta olup İTÜ Denizcilik Test Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi’nde (İTÜ DETAM), üniversite-sanayi işbirlikleri kapsamında test, danışmanlık ve mühendislik hizmetleri sunmaktadır. İngilizce adıyla İTÜ Marine Equipment Test Center (METC), titreşim, sıcaklık, buzlandırma, düşürme, istif, iç basınç, çekme, çentik, sızdırmazlık, tuz sisi gibi çevresel testleri yapabilmektedir.

GDS, ürünleri ve bilgi-deneyim potansiyeli ile global çalışmalara katkı vermeye devam etmektedir.

GDS’ye ait ürünler ve çevrimiçi verilen eğitimler aşağıda listelenmiştir.

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GDS Engineering R&D provides systems engineering training courses. Provided RTCA-DO-160G Training at Turkish Technique (HY Teknik)GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810 and RTCA-DO-160) since 2009!tulomsas, Ismail Cicek, Systems Engineering Training Studies, 2014-2015  TÜLOMSAŞ LOGOSST Flugtechnik GmBH LogoRaytheon, in Dallas TX, Provided Product Verification and Validation PhD Course in 2009 by Dr Ismail Cicek as part of the Texas Tech & Raytheon PhD Study on Systems Engineering
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GDS Systems Engineering Training Programs. Online Training. Training helps reduce your design and operational risks. We provide MIL-STD-810H, RTCA-DO-160, Vibration and Shock, FAA Requirements Management courses. by Dr Ismail Cicek and a CVE certified by EASA. Tailoring of the MIL-STD-810H test methods and procedures. EUT. Equipment Under Test. Online Classes. US based intructor. US DOD. EASA. FAA. NASA. Miliary Stanrdards. Askeri Test Standartları. Çevresel Test Standart Eğitimi. Eğitim.  Acceleration Testing. Aircraft Systems. RTCA-DO-160. Crash Hazard. Korozyon Testleri. Corrosion Tests. Environmental Testing of Products, provided by GDS Engineering R&D, Systems Engineering Products and Solutions. Dr. Ismail Cicek. Product Verification and Validation Courses for Integrated Systems. C-17 Military Aicraft. FAA/EASA. US DoD. Safety First. US Army. US Air Force and US Navy Tailoring Examples for Mission and Environmental Profile. Setting Test Limits and Durations are Explained. How to evaluate test results and mitigate the risk (Risk Assessment Matrix). Aircafft Equipment, Devices, Plugs, Machinary, Engines, Compressors, or Carry-on. European CE Time Schedule. DOT/FAA/AR-08/32. Requirements Engineering Management Handbook. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration. Tailoring Guidance. Tailoring per MIL-STD-810H Testing. Tailoring for MIL-STD-810H Testing. MIL-STD-810H Tailoring Examples. Acceleration and Shock Tests, Sled Testing. Vibration testing of a Waterjet Turbine.STM. GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810 and RTCA-DO-160) since 2009!TUBITAK BILGEM Logo - MIL-STD-810 Training Egitim Env Test. GDS Systems Engineering Training Programs. Online Training. Training helps reduce your design and operational risks. We provide MIL-STD-810H, RTCA-DO-160, Vibration and Shock, FAA Requirements Management courses. by Dr Ismail Cicek and a CVE certified by EASA. Tailoring of the MIL-STD-810H test methods and procedures. EUT. Equipment Under Test. Online Classes. US based intructor. US DOD. EASA. FAA. NASA. Miliary Stanrdards. Askeri Test Standartları. Çevresel Test Standart Eğitimi. Eğitim. Acceleration Testing. Aircraft Systems. RTCA-DO-160. Crash Hazard. Korozyon Testleri. Corrosion Tests. Environmental Testing of Products, provided by GDS Engineering R&D, Systems Engineering Products and Solutions. Dr. Ismail Cicek. Product Verification and Validation Courses for Integrated Systems. C-17 Military Aicraft. FAA/EASA. US DoD. Safety First. US Army. US Air Force and US Navy Tailoring Examples for Mission and Environmental Profile. Setting Test Limits and Durations are Explained. How to evaluate test results and mitigate the risk (Risk Assessment Matrix). Aircafft Equipment, Devices, Plugs, Machinary, Engines, Compressors, or Carry-on. European CE Time Schedule. DOT/FAA/AR-08/32. Requirements Engineering Management Handbook. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration. Tailoring Guidance. Tailoring per MIL-STD-810H Testing. Tailoring for MIL-STD-810H Testing. MIL-STD-810H Tailoring Examples. Acceleration and Shock Tests, Sled Testing. Vibration testing of a Waterjet Turbine.
GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810 and RTCA-DO-160) since 2009!CTECH Logo. GDS Systems Engineering Training Programs. Online Training. Training helps reduce your design and operational risks. We provide MIL-STD-810H, RTCA-DO-160, Vibration and Shock, FAA Requirements Management courses. by Dr Ismail Cicek and a CVE certified by EASA. Tailoring of the MIL-STD-810H test methods and procedures. EUT. Equipment Under Test. Online Classes. US based intructor. US DOD. EASA. FAA. NASA. Miliary Stanrdards. Askeri Test Standartları. Çevresel Test Standart Eğitimi. Eğitim.  Acceleration Testing. Aircraft Systems. RTCA-DO-160. Crash Hazard. Korozyon Testleri. Corrosion Tests. Environmental Testing of Products, provided by GDS Engineering R&D, Systems Engineering Products and Solutions. Dr. Ismail Cicek. Product Verification and Validation Courses for Integrated Systems. C-17 Military Aicraft. FAA/EASA. US DoD. Safety First. US Army. US Air Force and US Navy Tailoring Examples for Mission and Environmental Profile. Setting Test Limits and Durations are Explained. How to evaluate test results and mitigate the risk (Risk Assessment Matrix). Aircafft Equipment, Devices, Plugs, Machinary, Engines, Compressors, or Carry-on. European CE Time Schedule. DOT/FAA/AR-08/32. Requirements Engineering Management Handbook. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration. Tailoring Guidance. Tailoring per MIL-STD-810H Testing. Tailoring for MIL-STD-810H Testing. MIL-STD-810H Tailoring Examples. Acceleration and Shock Tests, Sled Testing. Vibration testing of a Waterjet Turbine.
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GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810H and RTCA-DO-160G) since 2009!
GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810 and RTCA-DO-160) since 2009!GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810H and RTCA-DO-160G) since 2009!
GDS Engineering R&D has been providing systems engineering training courses (such as MIL-STD-810 and RTCA-DO-160) since 2009!MILPER, Project Studies with Dr Ismail Cicek 2012-2014, Maritime Propeller R&D, Development and Testing

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