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VIRTUAL TRAINING COMPLEX FOR BREATHING SKILLS PRACTICE IN SELF-RESCUERS

D. Dedov, S. Alexeev, A. Zakharov, A. Sidorchuk, A. Arhipov
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

The article is devoted to ergatic systems for training skills of handling breathing apparatus (mine self-rescuer) for staff protection in emergency situations. These systems represent hardware-software systems for simulation of physical activity, emergency situations and monitoring the status of a trainee. These tasks are interrelated and must be solved simultaneously in real time to ensure training process. The joint solution of these tasks implies the need to process large amounts of data within short time intervals. This causes additional requirements for the performance of the class of hardware and software complexes, and, as a consequence, to their structure.
The principles of structural and parametric synthesis of hardware and software complexes of the considered class are formulated on the basis of the analysis of structure of each of the listed tasks and their interrelations. The quantitative and qualitative characteristics of data flows and management between the structural units of the hardware and software complex are determined.
It is concluded that the software and hardware systems providing training of human skills of handling mine self-rescuer is advisable to build on the basis of the structure of a decentralized distributed computing network.

Keywords: mine self-rescuer, decentralized distributed computing network, data management, breathing apparatus


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