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Studiehåndbokas emner for 2016/2017:

(English)Practical Navigation II

Brief Facts:

Subject Code: NAB2004
Department: Faculty of Technology/Business/Maritime Education
Grading Scale: A - F
Number of Credits: 10
Taught During: Autumn
Semester of Assessment: Autumn
Program Sequence: 2nd Year of Study
Language of Instruction: Norwegian
Campus: Haugesund
Contact(s): Arne Zahl Røksund (person with course responsibility)
Required Reading (Syllabus): Go to the library's syllabus web pages

Course Contents:

Bridge procedures and delegation of responsibility. Colregs. Search and rescue, procedures for crisis and emergency situation management. Pilotage. The vessel's pivot point, lever arm and torque, turning with constant turning radius and control at reduced speed. Influence of wind, current and depth, including canal effect. Use of anchor, mutual influence of vessels, use of different rudders and propellars, use of tugs, drydocking of intact and damaged vessel.

Learning Outcome:

- Knowledge:

The students should understand how the vessel¿s different components work together as a foundation for the maneuverability. The y should learn how wind, waves/swell and current affect the maneuverability of the vessel. The students should be able to use the theoretical knowledge of mutual influences of ships, narrow channel influence, shallow water influence, principles for piloting and different techniques for harbor /coastal sailing.

- Skills:

The students should have skills when it comes to sailing in port and maneuvering during different environmental conditions achieved through simulator exercises.

- General Qualifications:

The students should have the theoretical knowledge about navigation, maneuvering, and ship handling as required in STCW 78 as Amended, table A-II/2. This course is in combination with the courses NAB1004 Practical Navigation I, NAB1015 Navigational Instruments I and NAB1016 Navigational Instruments II the foundation for course diploma for ARPA, ECDIS and AIS.

Teaching Methods:

Lectures and simulator exercises.

Practical information about the course:

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Prerequisites:

NAB1002 Terrestrical Navigation, NAB1015 Electronic Navigational Aids I

Recommended Previous Knowledge:

NAB1004 Praktical Navigation I, NAB1016 Electronical Navigational Aids II.

Compulsory assignments:

Assignments, simulator exercises and a pre exam test (will be specified in the beginning of the semester).

Course Examination Description:

4 hours written

Assessment:
Component NameDurationWeightSupporting Materials
Praktisk navigasjon II, skriftlig eksamen4 hours100/100The College's Teknisk formelsamling(Pedersen, Gustavsen, Kaasa og Olsen) is handed out during the exam
The University College`s calculator (Texas TI 84) will be handed out
Reduction in Credits:
Have you already completed one or more of the courses below? If so, the credits you will receive for the course described here, NAB2004, will be reduced by the number of credits shown in the credits column. Possible deficencies/mistakes may occur.
Course Title Course Code Credits
Navigation II NAB1027 (1)
3

Subject's last update: 02/15/2017 09:42

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