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Simulateur Sous Marin Agosta (SISMA)
Simulador SISMA

A navigation and immersion safety simulator for Galerna-class submarines, which was set up in the Simulators Building of the Submarine Base in 1981.

MISSION
  • To train the crew of the central room in a Galerna-class submarine in the acquisition of skills in navigation and immersion manoeuvres.
  • To make the crew react promptly to any incident or breakdown, following the established procedure.



Simulateur Propulsion Agosta (SIMPRA)
Simulador SIMPRA

A simulator to train the crew in propulsion control and electric current distribution in a Galerna-class submarine.

It is not a mobile simulator and was placed inside the simulators building in the Submarine School in 1983.

MISSION
  • To provide the crew with training on propulsion checkpoint equipment in order to become more skilful and experienced in average manoeuvres and other circumstances.
  • To get the crew to react automatically.



Submarine Tactical Training Simulator (SATS)
Simulador SATS

Attack on surface ships or submarines

  • Defence against surface warships, submarines, air assets.

Reproduction.

  • Great number of targets.
  • Different kinds of weapons.
  • Environmental features of the area.

MISSION
  • To help the crew in the control room to become more skilful and experienced in the use of weapons and the management of tactical situations in a submarine.

SYSTEM SHAPE
  • Training control
  • Steering control
  • Periscope
  • Plotting table
  • Torpedo launching control
  • Bow sonar
  • Passive sonar (Hydrophone group)
  • Countermeasure system
  • Sound field plotter
  • Narrowband analyser



Submarine water leakage simulator (SIFAS)
Simulador SIFAS

This is quite a simple simulator where submarine crews perform flood and leakage drills inside a cylinder which represents a submarine compartment.

Different leakage sources with different pressures can be represented, simulating different damage and failures in the submarine.

It was built in 2000.

AIM
  • To acquaint students with contingency and accidents which cause floods and leaks to enable them to detect a serious accident or failure and react quickly and calmly following pre-established rules.
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