PMMA's ME Familiarization VR is a virtual walthrough of ME Main and electronic engines. This VR Training aims to let the students be familiarize with the basic principle, characteristics, application and operation of electronic engines. Through this VR, the students will be able to study with safety and is expected to efficiently operate the engine in accordance to the common instructions of the manufacturers including control and fault finding.
A Gamefied training course that utilizes virtual reality as a medium to reieact the an actual assembly and disassembly of an ME Engine which highlights not just the names, functions and components of the ME Engine but the actual and detailed process of the maintenance task. This was made possible by the multi-player scenarios and different locations, which starts from the Engine locker room, to the engine room workshop, up to the insides of the enormous engine itself.
Basic control engineering
The PMMA Basic Engineering Course VR which utilizes virtual reality as a medium to provide and enhance the students capabilities and understanding with the general idea about Engineering. A crucial part in the student's education and training which will serve as his foundation as a maritime proffesional with respect to the course BS in Marine Engineering.
Auxiliary Machinery 1
Auxillary Machinery 1 VR is a course developed to enhance the education and training of the students with regards to the auxillary machineries on board ships. Specifically, the operation, systems, maintenance and troubleshooting of various pumps, air compressors, fresh water generator, heat exchanger, deck machinery such as crane, mooring winch and windlass, Oily water separators, and the various components of each machinery in compliance with CHED and the Table A-III/1 and Table A-III/2 Function: Marine Engineering STCW’78 as amended.
Auxiliary Machinery 2
Auxillary Machinery 2 VR serves as an advance course with the prerequisite of Aux. Mach 1. This was developed to further increase the students understanding of the other machineries that are not included on on the previous Auxillary Machinery course specifically the operation, systems, maintenance, and troubleshooting of purifiers, refrigeration, air-conditioning systems, ventilations system, hydraulic systems, and steering gears in compliance with CHED and STCW.
A gamefied immersive course that utilizes virtual reality as a medium to showcase a realistic Gas turbine, Propeller shaft, and Ship's propeller. Specifically, the operation, systems and construction of each.
Engine Room Watchkeeping
The Marine Engineering Watch Course VR was designed in order to integrate and enhance the student's knowledge of principles to be oberved before, during, and after an engineering watch. This includes proper relieving, routine duties, machinery space logs and significance of the readings taken, and other deatils concerning to Safety.
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