Our WinGD RT-Flex Engine Full Mission Simulator​ - LNG as Fuel

WinGD W-Xpert / Full Mission Engine Simulator (FMS)

    • 4 Engine room stations with consoles with Flexible Touch-Screen Menue
    • Available Simulation for WinGD Engines:
      •  2-stroke WinGD RT-flex50DF Duel Fuel with a Shaft Generator and Wärtsilä L20 generating sets
      •  2-stroke WinGD W-X35
      •  2 stroke WinGD W-X62
      •  2 stroke WinGD W-X72
      •  2 stroke WinGD W-X82
      •  2 stroke WinGD W-X92

W-Xpert Virtual Engine Room Simulator

    • High-fidelity Simulations of an engine’s thermodynamics,
    • performance is based on mathematical modelling & calibrated according to actual products,
    • 3D graphical visualization, seamless transitions between 2D diagrams and 3D objects, and realistic sounds,
    • generic lay-out features to give a realistic, hands-on like experience of the onboard environment,
    • WinGD W-Xpert Simulators comply with the STCW Code Section A-1/12 and Section B-1/12 and ISM Code Section 6 and Section 8.

W-Xpert Engine Simulator Training Includes:

    • training modes from "Dead Ship" to "Full Away" Condition
    • training emergency operating procedures faults occur on
      • low-speed main engine
      • supporting systems
      • auxiliary machineries
    • Corrective action learning when faults occur
    • Different faults can be simulated and mixed in the run-time or loaded from disk
    • The Full Mission Simulators (FMS) allow training of engine crew as one team to deal not only with WinGD two-stroke engines, but also with all engine room systems.
    • During LNG Bunkering communication between the receiving ship and the bunkering facility is always important, but it is even more critical when handling LNG. Because of the greater potential for hazardous situations with LNG bunkering, proper procedures should be followed and understood between the person in-charge on the bunkering facility and receiving ship. Security and safety zones around the bunkering operation need to be set up to reduce the risk of damage to property and personnel from the LNG hazards, reduce the risk of outside interference with the LNG bunkering operation, and to limit the potential for expansion of a hazard situation should LNG or natural gas release take place.