瀬田 広明

Seta Hiroaki

  • 教授
  • 学位:博士(商船学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Navigation and Ocean Engineering Navigation Course

詳細情報

研究キーワード

  • Maritime Education
  • Bridge Simulators
  • Nautical Science
  • Marine Traffic Engineering

研究分野

  • Aerospace, marine, and maritime Engineering Marine and maritime engineering
  • Humanities & social sciences Educational technology
  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) Safety engineering
  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) Social systems engineering

委員歴

  • RIN SIG: Professional Marine Navigation

受賞

  • Japan Institute of Navigation Best Paper Award

論文

A Study of the Occupational Consciousness of Newly Registered Students at KOSEN (NIT) of Merchant Ships

Effects of Wave Direction Difference Projected by a Ship Handling Simulator on Human Standing Postural Motion

Effects of Standing Postural Motions on Human Energy Expenditures in a Small Marine Craft

Development of Ship Information Display App for Passengers using AR Technology

Effects of the Projected Images of a Ship Handling Simulator on Trainees' Standing Postural Motion

The Behavior of Passengers' Postural Control against Ship Motion on a Small Marine Craft using Surface Electromyogram

A study of a steering system algorithm for pleasure boats based on stability analysis of a human-machine system model

A Study on Actual State of VTS from the Viewpoint of VHF Radio Communication

Exercise Load and Physical Motion on Standing Posture in a Small Marine Craft and Motion System

Analysis of the Standing Postural Motion of Passengers against Ship Motion

The Exercise Load of Passengers Postural Control Against Ship Motion Using Human Energy Expenditure

Marine Traffic Analysis in Izmit Bay

Vibration Isolation Stand for Transporting the Injured using Pleasure Boat

Usability Evaluation of Steering System for Pleasure Boat with Eye Tracking Device

Maritime Traffic Analysis of Marmara Sea

Operability Evaluation of Pleasure Boats Based on Usability as Addressed by ISO 9241-11

Operability Evaluation of Pleasure Boats Based on Usability as Addressed by ISO 9241-11

A Sliding Mode Controller of Rudder Angle Servomechanism in Steer-by-Wire System of Pleasure Boat

Improvement of Steering Feeling on Maneuverability for Pleasure Boat

Technology to Display Image around Ship by Using Fisheye

講演・口頭発表等

  • 小型船舶乗船者の頭部・腰部動揺とエネルギー消費量を指標とした肉体的疲労評価の基礎的研究
  • 操船シミュレータにおける波向き映像の差異が生体の立位姿勢動揺に与える影響
  • Effects of the projected ocean wave images of a ship handling simulator on participants’ standing postural motions
  • 乗船客向けAR技術を用いた船舶情報表示アプリの開発
  • 小型船舶乗船者の立位姿勢動揺が生体のエネルギー消費量に及ぼす影響
  • 船舶動揺を模擬する簡易型動揺装置を用いた生体の立位姿勢動揺の解析
  • A study on Usability for Oscillating Motion of the Pleasure Boats
  • 小型船舶における乗船者のエネルギー消費量を支配する身体的特徴および動揺の解明に関する研究
  • 小型船舶用ステアバイワイヤ操舵系の開発とその操作性評価
  • 111 Development and operability evaluation of steer-by-wire system for pleasure boat

所属学会

  • JAPAN SOCIETY FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  • PIANC
  • The Royal Institute of Navigation
  • JAPAN INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION
  • Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

A study on Safety Management of Marine Traffic in Japan and Turkey

Verification of the educational effect by the difference in ship handling viewpoint: development of complementary function of full-scale ship and ship handling simulator

A study on Safety Management of Marine Traffic in Japan and Turkey

Virtual realization of sky-hook cabin to suppress fatigue of operators in pleasure boats

An empirical study on merits and demerits of maritime traffic environment in Japan: comparison with the surrounding waters around Istanbul

Development of supporting system for pleasure boat maneuvering by fractional calculus model based feeling feedback information

A study on priority of marine traffic environmental information and design of ship-handling support information

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