Multi-task Conditions for the Management of Fire and Rescue Units During Rolling Stock Extinguishing at Metallurgical Enterprises
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Denisov Denisov N. Dr. Sci. (Eng.), Professor; professor at the Department of Fire Tactics and Service (as part of the educational and scientific fire-fighting complex)
State Fire Academy of Emercom of Russia
Moscow, Russian Federation Danilov Mikhail M. Cand. Sci. (Eng.); associate professor at the Department of Fire Tactics and Service (as part of the educational and scientific fire-fighting complex)
State Fire Academy of Emercom of Russia
Moscow, Russian Federation Anikin Sergei N. postgraduate at the Department of Fire Tactics and Service (as part of the educational and scientific fire-fighting complex)
State Fire Academy of Emercom of Russia
Moscow, Russian Federation Tsokurova Irina G. postgraduate at the Department of Fire Tactics and Service (as part of the educational and scientific fire-fighting complex)
State Fire Academy of Emercom of Russia
Moscow, Russian Federation
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Abstract:
The article defines algorithms for assessing the cognitive capabilities of the head of a fire and rescue unit and also considers the managerial task of minimizing the decision-making time of the head in the field of extinguishing fires of railway trains at a metallurgical enterprise based on the conditions of multitasking, the factors of decision-making in the conditions of operational multitasking are considered. The results obtained can be used to adjust the existing model of fire and rescue units management when extinguishing fires of rolling stock at metallurgical enterprises. This work is intended for those who make managerial decisions and manage forces and means when extinguishing fires.
How to Cite:
Denisov D.N., Danilov M.M., Anikin S.N., Tsokurova I.G., (2022), MULTI-TASK CONDITIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF FIRE AND RESCUE UNITS DURING ROLLING STOCK EXTINGUISHING AT METALLURGICAL ENTERPRISES. Computational Nanotechnology, 1: 39-46. DOI: 10.33693/2313-223X-2022-9-1-39-46
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Keywords:
extinguishing control task, fire extinguishing manager, evaluation, algorithm.