Publisher : Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2003.27.6.661
Title & Authors
A Study on Proposed New Consideration Factors in Channel Design Process Park, Young-Soo; Lee, Hyong-Ki;
There are certain guidelines on the channel design such as domestic guidelines（Korean and japanese, etc.）and international guideline known as PIANC Rules（Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses Rules）, in the world These rules have considered many factors such as natural conditions, ship maneuverability and geographical features etc. But it is contented toot the area of these rules toot are meant to facilitate the ease of ship-handling is insufficient. To satisfy this point in design process, it is necessary to take into account the difficulties encountered in ship-handling within these inland waterways. Because many vessels are navigating at the same time within these waterways, the specific navigable traffic volume should be considered with regard to the standard process of route designing. It must also be considered with regard to the volume of navigable traffic bemuse of ship-handling difficulty toot arises within the same waterway with varying amounts of traffic volume because toot ship-handling/manueverability is directly influenced by these factors. This paper aims to propose a new approach to the design of standard inland water route considering the traffic volume and the shape of waterway. Also consider the relationship among these factors may affect to the ship-handling difficulties.
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