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 Title & Authors
Model based Simulation of Container Loading/Unloading
Lee, Soon-Sup;
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 Abstract
Currently, most logistics use containers. The construction of new port and high speed medium size container ship for the transportation of merchandise have become very important. The problem of ship stability is also important because of its direct influence on the loss of human life, ships, and merchandise. The stability of a container ship during its operation is not a large problem because it is well considered in the design process. However, the assessment of ship stability during container loading/unloading in port still depends on the expertise of experienced personnel. In this paper, a model based simulation system is introduced, which is able to assess ship stability during container loading/unloading, using ENVISION, a general purpose simulation system.
 Keywords
Mobile Learning Model based simulation;CAD;CAE;Loading/unloading;High speed medium size container ship;Stability assessment;
 Language
English
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