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Assessment on Navigational Stress and Fairway` Width according to Traffic Flow
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 Title & Authors
Assessment on Navigational Stress and Fairway` Width according to Traffic Flow
Seong, Yu-Chang;
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 Abstract
Traffic risks in fairway and harbour area increase lately according to be a sharpe change of ship`s size and speed. It becomes hot issue to design a fairway, which`s width is important to lower traffic risk and ensure navigational safety. The current design making a fairway and width do not focus on maneuvering motion of a large ship, but traffic risks are clear on reflecting the design of fairway, specially on width. To contact with these problems, this research proposes how to determine fairway` width in consideration of traffic volume. it suggests several situations of marine traffic congestion as like narrow channel and harbour area. here uses 162 simulations in MTS Ver.1 developed. Acquired simulation`s results, environmental stress dates, figure in a model that relates with required fairway` width and allowable traffic volume. In added, suggested model compares current design with an width.
 Keywords
traffic volume;fairway width;maritime traffic simulation;environmental stress model;marine traffic engineering;
 Language
Korean
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