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An Application of AHP for the Selection of Optimum Product of BWTS for over 10,000 TEU Container Ship
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An Application of AHP for the Selection of Optimum Product of BWTS for over 10,000 TEU Container Ship
Lee, Sang-Won; Kim, Dong-Joon; Seo, Won-Chul;
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 Abstract
The Ballast Water Treatment System was developed to prevent the unintended transport of unwanted organisms from one region to another as demanded by the IMO (International Maritime Organization). Although various types of BWTS in the world have been developed until now and applied to various ships, there has been no systematic basis for its selection and installation. Currently, the system selection and installation are as per ship owner’s suggestion or by easy installation point of view by the shipyard. In order to organize, systemize and solve problems related to the selection and installation of BWTS, a definitive study has been performed to come up with the best alternative to derive value and criteria which were to be met for vessels which are to be equipped with BWTS. Multiple criteria were compared alongside each other during the course of this study. Accordingly an AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) analysis method for A, B and C companies were done for container ships with size 10,000 TEU and above. Equipment type for “A” company is “Filter, UV & TiO2” combined type. For “B” company it is “Filter & UV” combined type. Finally for “C” company it is “Electrolysis” type. Henceforth, the results of this study aims to come up with the optimum way to select the best and the most suitable BWTS for a certain vessel.
 Keywords
Ballast Water Treatment System;Alternative;Multiple criteria;Analytic Hierarchy Process;UV;Ultra Violet type;Electrolysis type;
 Language
English
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