Yu.G. Kutsan 1, Dr Sc. (Eng.), V.O. Gurieiev, doctorant, Y.М. Lysenko, post-graduate
1 Pukhov Institute for Problems in Electrical Engineering, NAS of Ukraine, 15 General Naumov St, Kyiv, 03164, Ukraine, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Èlektron. model. 2018, 40(4):55-64


Composition and structure of subsystems of modeling remote simulators for training operational and dispatching personnel in power industry and theoretical problems of technology for making standard and emergency training scenarios have been considered. Main stages of constructing the scientific and methodical base of training with the help of trainers and remote simulators have been described. The methods for data integrity and visualization of modeling results for remote regime simulators have been proposed. The possibilities of using the constructors of scenarios of emergency trainings for raising the level of personnel skills in the distributed network of centers for personnel training have been determined.


operational simulators, operative changeover, emergency training scenarios, key competencies.


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