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The Display Mode for Choosing the Manoeuvre for Collision Avoidance
1 National University “Odessa Maritime Academy”, Odessa, Ukraine
ABSTRACT: The display mode is intended for facilitation of building strategies for collision avoidance by so-called B-manoeuvres. It can be used in ECDIS, ARPA and the simulator systems. B-manoeuvre includes the segment of deviation at a certain angle from the initial course and at the end of it the segment parallel to the initial way?s line (planned route). The offered mode is based on the use of forbidden domains for B-manoeuvres. These domains allow choosing parameters and beginning moment of B-manoeuvre for collision avoidance with one or a few vessels. The account of presence of navigation hazards at the choice of B-manoeuvre is produced by setting the borders of maximum lateral shifting from planned route. The offered mode enables visual drafting of strategies for collision avoidance with vessels by successive B-manoeuvres. It is possible to use this mode as basis of computer search of strategies for collisions avoidance with a few targets.
REFERENCES
Vagushchenko, A.L. 2008. Perfection of methods for operative correction of ship’s route. The candidate’s thesis on special field of study 05.22.13 – Navigation and traffic control. Odessa national maritime academy, Odessa.
Citation note:
Vagushchenko L., Vagushchenko A.: The Display Mode for Choosing the Manoeuvre for Collision Avoidance. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 327-329, 2009

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