iQSim

Innovative Simulator Tools for Quality management Production Process Training in Vocational Education and Training (1.12.2008 – 30.11.2010) Contract 142719-LLP-1-2008-1-NO-LEONARDO-LMP (2008-1924)

Contractor

Sør-Trøndelag University College, Faculty of Technology

Contact

Dr. John B. Stav, John.B.Stav@hist.no Sør-Trøndelag University College, Faculty of Technology 7004 Trondheim, Norway

Video resources demonstrating some experiences with the simulator

  1. Videocase that outlines the potential of using the iQSim simulator (4 sections) in training of welders (6 minutes and 38 seconds)
  2. Introducing iQSim simulator services to students from Bodø, Norway (in Norwegian)
  3. Experiences with use of iQSim simulator services and methods in Verdal, Norway (in Norwegian)
  4. Student and teacher from Soderhamn, Sweden, are discussing experiences with use of iQSim simulator in a  combined language and welding training course organized by Yrkesakademien
  5. Early experiences and challenges with use of iQSim simulator services in Sweden
  6. The new pedagogical method enhanced by iQSim, experiences from Sweden, and the possible extension into  other sectors
  7. Students experience with iQSim simulator services (in Swedish) including a game approach for finding the  cheapest production process solution 
  8. How the iQSim simulator services have been used in Sweeden (in Sedish) e.g. to learn the software, use of case studies and game approach
  9. Experiences with use of iQSim services in training in Hungary (in Hungarian)
  10. How welders in Hungary have been using the technical and financial part of the iQSim simulator 
  11. Teachers experience with iQSim simulator services in Hungary
  12. Experiences obtained with the iQSim project in Lithuania
  13. Experiences obtained by using the iQSim services in Lithuania (in Lithuanian)
  14. External experts comment on iQSim simulator services (Luboz Mraz from Slovakia)

Video demonstrating how to use iQSim services:

  1. Multilinguality
  2. Chemical composition
  3. Welding parameters
  4. HAZ calculations
  5. Cost calculations
  6. The effect on HAZ by changing the material variables (including use of split screen mode)
  7. The effect on HAZ by changing the geometry of a joint

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

SRS 2.0, PELE 1.5, Eval 1.0 and iLike 1.0 are available for use.