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001 Training skills and assessing performance in simulator-based learning environments.pdfDownload
002 METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO TRAINING MARITIME SPECIALISTS FOR THE RISK ASSESSMENT OF EMERGENCIES IN NAVIGATION.pdfDownload
003 OPTIMIZATION OF DISTANCE LEARNING IN THE SYSTEM OF SEA SPECIALISTS' POSTGRADUATE TRAINING.pdfDownload
004 DISTANT LEARNING ASSESSMENT SYSTEM OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT QUALITY OF MARITIME EDUCATION.pdfDownload
005 E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR SELF-STUDIES IN MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING.pdfDownload
006 ONLINE TRAINING COURSES FOR MARINE ENGINEERS AT THE NVNA BY THE DISCIPLINES MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND FLUID MECHANICS.pdfDownload
007 INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR QUALIFICATION IMPROVEMENT OF STUDENTS AND YOUNG SCIENTISTS BY CREATING A MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING CENTER.pdfDownload
008 LEARNING THEORIES MEET VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGIES UNDERSTANDING NEW EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING.pdfDownload
009 SIMULATOR-BASED TRAINING FOR MARITIME OPERATIONS A COMPARATIVE STUDY.pdfDownload
010 THE ESTUARY AS A CLASSROOM HARNESSING INTERDEPARTMENTAL SYNERGIES, CAMPUS LOCATION, AND FACILITIES, TO IMPROVE STUDENT.pdfDownload
011 HOW COULD WE TEACH CASUALITY MANAGEMENT FOR MASTERS IN MODERN SIMULATOR ENVIRONMENT.pdfDownload
012 ON THE PARALLEL BETWEEN POLITICAL CORRECTNESS AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT.pdfDownload
013 MOTIVATION AND RESTRAINTS OF MAAP MIDSHIPMEN IN CHOOSING A MARITIME PROGRAM AS ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE.pdfDownload
014 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE SKILLS GAP BETWEEN COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES OF MARITIME BUSINESS DEGREES AND ONSHORE EMPLOOYMENT REQUIREMENTS.pdfDownload
015 THE NEED FOR IMPROVING ASSESSMENT SYSTEM IN MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING.pdfDownload
016 MATURING THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MARITIME UNIVERSITIES (IAMU) USING BENCHMARKING.pdfDownload
017 DEVELOPING AN ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY FOR A UNIVERSAL MARITIME ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TEST FOR DECK OFFICERS.pdfDownload
018 SEARCHING THE MET HIDDEN CURRICULUM THRU THE ALUMNI'S BELIEFS LEARNED OUTSIDE THE STCW REQUIREMENTS.pdfDownload
019 MOVING THE BOUNDARIES OF MET WITH HIGH FIDELITY ERS TRAINING.pdfDownload
020 THE ACCREDITATION PROCESS ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS AND CREATING IMPACT ON THE EYES OF THE STAKEHOLDERS.pdfDownload
021 THE LABOUR MARKET NEEDS BASED MARITIME EDUCATION - ESTONIAN MARITIME EDUCATION CONCEPT.pdfDownload
022 RESHAPING MARITIME UNIVERSITY.pdfDownload
023 STUDY ON UILDIN PROCESS OF ACADEMIC INTEGRAITY AT VIETNAM MARITIME UNIVERSITY.pdfDownload
024 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW BEHAVIOR OVER A VERTICAL AXIAL WIND TURBINE (VAWT) APPLYING THE CONCEPT OF A MOVING FRAME OF REFERENCE.pdfDownload
025 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW BEHAVIOR OVER A VERTICAL AXIAL WIND TURBINE (VAWT) USING SLIDING MESH FEATURE.pdfDownload
026 IMPROVING AIS DATA RELIABILITY.pdfDownload
027 UNMANNED SHIPS AND THE MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING.pdfDownload
028 MARITIME ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MARIEMS) ONLINE DELIVERY PLATFORM.pdfDownload
029 ANALYTICAL COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT MOORING SYSTEMS.pdfDownload
030 OIL RESPONSE IN ARCTIC WATER - DIFFERENT POSSIBILITIES FOR RECOVERING OIL IN ICY CONDITIONS.pdfDownload
031 RESEARCH AND BUILD A MULTI-CHANNEL VIBRATION MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR DYNAMIC STUDYING OF THE MARINE PROPULSION PLANTS.pdfDownload
032 INVESTIGATION OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS GENERATED BY A SYSTEM FOR FORMATION OF HIGH VOLTAGE.pdfDownload
033 METAL FATIGUE IN VESSEL STRUCTURES DUE TO DYNAMIC MOVEMENT.pdfDownload
034 ORGANIZATION AND INTEGRATION OF BULGARIAN MARITIME NATIONAL OBSERVATION AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS.pdfDownload
035 INCREASING OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF HIGH SPEED RO-RO VESSELS VIA NEW HULL COATING TECHNOLOGIES.pdfDownload
036 SHIP-WEATHER ROUTING APPLIED TO SHORT SEA DISTANCES STUDY OF THE FEASIBILITY OF SIMROUTEV2 ALOGORITHM.pdfDownload
037 ONTOLOGICAL SYNTHESIS OF STRATEGIES FOR MARINE CATASTROPHES CONTROL IN EMVERGENCIES.pdfDownload
038 CYBER THREAT IN MARITIME INDUSTRY - SITUATIONAL AWARENESS AND EDUCATIONAL ASPECT.pdfDownload
039 A STUDY ON MARINE POLLUTION PROBLEMS IN BLACKSEA AND MITIGATION OF THE DEFICIENCES.pdfDownload
040 CRUISE SHIPPING ACCIDENTS IN ASIA THE TRENDS, CAUSAL FACTORS AND IMPLICATIONS.pdfDownload
041 THE BODY MATTERS IN MARITIME EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS.pdfDownload
042 SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF MOTIVATION OF SEAFARERS.pdfDownload
043 MARINE INSURANCE AND THE POLAR CODE.pdfDownload
044 EXPLORING THE INTERCONNECTIVITY OF RISK MANAGEMENT, THE HUMAN ELEMENT, AND ACTION RESEARCH A CANADIAN ARCTIC PERSPECTIVE.pdfDownload
045 EFFECT OF BULLYING ON MENTAL AHEALTH OF MARINERS.pdfDownload
046 OVERVIEW ON SOME POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS FOR BULARIA IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NEW EURASIAN ECONOMIC CORRIDORS.pdfDownload
047 ANALYSIS AND IMPROVEMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF SHIP POWER SYSTEM.pdfDownload
048 AN EDUCATION DESIGN FOR ENERGY-EFFICIENT SHIP HANDLING.pdfDownload
049 EEDI REDUCTION BY INVESTIGATING METHODS OF REDUCING SHIP RESISTANCE.pdfDownload
050 REGULARITIES OF CHANGES IN SPECIFIC CARBON AND NITROGEN OXIDE EMISSIONS OF MARINE AND TRANSPORT DIESEL ENGINES.pdfDownload
051 EXPLORING THE FRONTIERS OF MARITIME ENERGY MANAGEMENT RESEARCH.pdfDownload
052 THE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE MARITIME EDUCATION, TRAINING AND THE TECHNOLOGICAL INOVATIONS IN THE NEW SHIP DESIGN.pdfDownload
053 ANALYSIS OF THE LOGISTICS TRANSPORT CORRIDORS I BLACK SEA REGION BASED ON THE SHORT SEA SHIPPING CONCEPT.pdfDownload
054 PROTECTION METHODS TO COMBAT THE CORROSION OF STEEL PILINGS - CASE STUDY OF HAI PHONG PORT IN.pdfDownload
055 CONDITION MONITORING FOR AUTOMATED FERRIES.pdfDownload
056 BUILDING MARTIME DATA HUB BY USING THE ARDUINO IoT PLATFORM.pdfDownload
057 PRINCIPLES OF CREATING INVARIANT STANDARDS FOR THE FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSIS OF MARINE DIESELS.pdfDownload
058 Active Learning in Maritime Education - Lecture in the Classroom.pdfDownload
059 INTERNATIONAL MASTER OF MARITIME MANAGEMENT STUDIES - HOW TO COMBINE EMPLOYERS, EMPLOYEES AND UNIVERSITY'S INTEREST.pdfDownload
060 USING THE ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR FOR TEACHING AND TRAINING THE TEAM HOW TO ACT IN MAJOR ACCIDENTS AND DISASTERS.pdfDownload
061 AVOIDING COLLISIONS AT SEA - PARETO ANAYSIS.pdfDownload
062 THE IMPORTANCE OF CELESTIAL (ASTRONOMICAL) NAVIGATION COURSE IN THE MARITIME EDUCATION - IMPLEMENTATIONS IN TURKEY.pdfDownload
063 In the Spirit of Cooperation A Before and After Story in Maritime Education.pdfDownload
064 TEACHING MARITIME LEADERSHIP TO THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION AND BEYOND.pdfDownload
065 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME MANAGEMENT A DISTANCE EDUCTION MSC COURSE FO RNAUTICAL OFFICERS ON BOARD SEA-GOING SHIPS.pdfDownload
066 TO ENHANCE MARITIME CADETS JOB MARKET COMPATIBILITY THROUGH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION BETWEEN MARITIME INSTITUTIONS.pdfDownload
067 MARINE STRUCTURAL FAILURES CAUSES AND ANALYSIS.pdfDownload
068 THE CONCEPT OF TRACKING AND MONITORING SYSTEM FOR SENSITIVE CARGOES IN THE INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION.pdfDownload
069 RESEARCH ON TECHNIQUES OF HIERARCHICAL HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKING AND OPTIMIZATION OF RESOURCE SCHEDULING IN THE SEA AREA.pdfDownload
070 TRADITIONAL NAVIGATION IN E-NAVIGATION CONTEXT.pdfDownload
071 21ST CENTURY CELESTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS.pdfDownload
072 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK CONTROLLER FOR AUTOMATIC SHIP BERTHING USING HEAD-UP COORDINATES SYSTEM.pdfDownload
073 THE PROPOSED NEW FRAMEWORK FOR THE PRIVATE MARITIME SECURITY COMPANY OF MALAYSIA.pdfDownload
074 SHIPPING ACCIDENTS - HUMAN ERROR OR HUMAN BEHEAVIOR, MET PROSPECTIVE.pdfDownload
075 THE IMPACT OF SAFETY CULTURE ON MARINE ENVIRONMENT.pdfDownload
076 THE ANALYSIS OF COMMUNICATION PROVISION FOR THE PASSENGER SHIPS SAFETY.pdfDownload
077 RISK ASSESSMENT, AS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY SUBJECT.pdfDownload
078 IMPACT OF OIL SPILL IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT.pdfDownload
079 THE SEEMING CONTRADITIONS OF THE INTEREST OF THEPORT AUTHORITIES AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES - THE DRIVING FORCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PORT OF GDANSK.pdfDownload
080 A MODEL TOWARDS DEVELOPING LIFE SKILLS AMONG MARITINE STUDENTS FOR LONGER SERVICE AT SEA.pdfDownload
081 THE LOSS OF HIRE INSURANCE OF NORDIC MARINE INSURANCE PLAN - WHY IS IT USED IN MANY JURISDICTIONS AROUND THE GLOBE.pdfDownload
082 THE YORK-ANTWERP RULES 2019 - LAW AND PRACTICE FROM MASTER'S POINT OF VIEW.pdfDownload
083 DESIGN OF THEORY TO TEST WHAT MOTIVATES PEOPLE TO TAKE ACTION TOWARD PROTECTING OUR OCEANS.pdfDownload
084 PAY AS A DETERMINATE OF VOLUNTARY TURNOER AMONG US OFFSHORE COMMERCIAL MARINERS.pdfDownload
085 IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO UNDERUTILIZE OF LIFEJACKET BY FISHERMEN OF EAST COAST OF PENISULAR MARLAYSIA.pdfDownload
086 OPERATIONAL AUTOMATIC VOLATAGE REGULATOR OF SHIP SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS.pdfDownload
087 DECISION MAKING IN CARGO TANK COATING FOR CHEMICAL TANKER COMPANIES.pdfDownload
088 MODERN CONCEPT OF GREEN SHIPS.pdfDownload
089 Energy Efficiency in Maritime Transport.pdfDownload
090 EMISSION CONTROL IN RESPONS TO MARPOL ANNEX VI REGULATION 13.pdfDownload
091 EQIPMENT IN THE RENOVATION PROCESS OF A BOW THRUSTER.pdfDownload
092 Battery operation.pdfDownload
093 Performance Analysis of High-Efficiency and Compact Heat Exchanger Using Environment - Friendly Refrigerant.pdfDownload
094 Energy efficiency in maritime transport.pdfDownload
095 BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM INSTALLATION COST ASSESMENT.pdfDownload
096 Are Moratorium Necessary Investigating Methods to Mitigate Risk Associated with the Marine Transportation of Oil.pdfDownload
097 ONBOARD LIVED EXPERIENCES OF DECK CADETS MOMENTS OF WORK AND SURVIVAL.pdfDownload
098 The Vessel Recycling and the Ship Cemeteries of Southeast Asia.pdfDownload
099 New Technologies in Navigation.pdfDownload
100 Cyber Security the Unknown Threat At Sea.pdfDownload
101 VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION IN MARITIME INDUSTRY.pdfDownload
102 Planning a route for an unmanned autonomous vessel.pdfDownload
103 THE CASE STUDIES-BASED ANALYSIS OF COLLISION PREVENTION.pdfDownload
104 THE ANALYTICAL ESTIMATION OF GROUNDING CAUSING FACTORS.pdfDownload
105 ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS VIEWS ON COLLISIONS AVOIDANCE With focus on shortcoming of maritime educational system.pdfDownload
106 An Analysis on Maritime Education and Training in China's Maritime.pdfDownload
107 Implementation, Compliance, and Effectiveness of Maritime Labor Covention Regulations on Work and Rest hours.pdfDownload
108 RECEPTION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS MARITIME COURSE.pdfDownload
109 Identifying Efficient Learning Strategies for Maritime Vocabulary.pdfDownload
110 The Motivation Behind Studying Maritime English.pdfDownload
111 PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE BY ASTRONNOVIGATION FOR THE DISCOVERY OF NEW ASTEROIDS IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM.pdfDownload
112 The Importance of Training Vessels to the Education of Mariners.pdfDownload
113 The concurrent jurisdiction generated by the collisions between two vessels in he open waters.pdfDownload
114 RESEARCH THE PROBLEMOF MARITIME LINES IN MARITIME TRANSPORTATION.pdfDownload
115 Construction and implementation of a magnetometer as a learning platform for marine survey.pdfDownload