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Case Study on Installation of Aids to Navigation Along the Inland Waterways
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 Title & Authors
Case Study on Installation of Aids to Navigation Along the Inland Waterways
Jeon, Min-Su; Lee, Joong-Woo; Kim, Ki-Dam; Kim, Kyu-Kwang;
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 Abstract
Road and maritime transport which connecting main cities in the world is already fully saturated, and the loss cost caused by recent high oil prices is getting bigger. Transportation by inland waterway is rising as an alternative method of them. Concerning this, the GI Waterway is on construction to connect the Yellow sea and Seoul. Nevertheless, there are no existing aids to navigation around the area and no studies have been carried out for them. As the construction progresses, installation of proper aids to navigation should be considered and profound studies need to be carried out. This study focused on introduction of the cases and the systems of other countries inland waterway aids to navigation and suggested a suitable navigation aids system along the inland waterways in Korea and a way of installation for that system.
 Keywords
inland waterway;GI waterway;system of other countries;suitable navigation aids system;
 Language
English
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