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LARGE-SCALE TRAINING SIMULATORS FOR INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA

@inproceedings{Komulainen2014LARGESCALETS,
  title={LARGE-SCALE TRAINING SIMULATORS FOR INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA},
  author={Tiina Komulainen and Torgeir L{\o}vmo},
  year={2014}
}
How should industrial large-scale simulators be used in academia? Which aspects of industrial training can benefit engineering education? This article demonstrates the use of industrial large-scale simulators for educational and training purposes for both academia and industry. The didactic models of the simulator courses are described and the learning results are evaluated for two case examples using the same industrial oil and gas process simulator. The differences and similarities of the… Expand

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