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Volume 29, Issue 9 - Dec 2005
Volume 29, Issue 10 - Dec 2005
Volume 29, Issue 8 - Oct 2005
Volume 29, Issue 7 - Sep 2005
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A Study on the estimation of traffic congestion for Pyeongtaek·Dangjin port development
Gug Seung-Gi ; Kim Se-Won ; Kim Jung-Hoon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 481~485
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.481
The port entry system of the inner harbor in Pyeongtaek
Dangjin was planned as lock-gate in `Master plan project on port planning in Asan industry base(1990)‘, but was changed to tidal harbor in `Project maintaining Master plan for comprehensive development of Pyeongtaek
Dangjin port(2001)`. Accordingly, southern sea bank constructed under the lower part of Seohae-bridge will be removed so that inbound/outbound vessels for the inner harbor can navigate at all times. However, in the view of the safety on passing through the lower of Seohae-bridge, navigating conditions for the inner harbor will be restricted in the single-way of 50,000 DWT vessel and the two-way of vessel less than 30,000 DWT Therefore, this study carried out the estimation of traffic congestion arising from these vessels with above restrictions q[ter supposing annual inbound/outbound vessel`s numbers for loading and unloading cargo surveyed on the inner harbor.
An Analysis on Structure of Risk Factor for Maritime Terror using FSM and AHP
Jang Woon-Jae ; Yang Won-Jae ; Keum Jong-Soo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 487~493
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.487
Since the destruction of World Trade Center the attention of the United States and the wider international community has focussed upon the need to strengthen security and prevent terrorism This paper suggests an analysis prior to risk factor and structure for anti-terrorism in the korean maritime society. For this, in this paper, maritime terror risk factor was extracted by type and case of terror using brainstorming method. Also, risk factor is structured by FSM method and analyzed for ranking of each risk factor by AHP. At the result, the evaluation of risk factor is especially over maximum factor for related external impact.
A Study on the Efficiency Analysis of Global Line Service
Shin Chang-Hoon ; Choi Min-Seung ; Song Jae-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 495~500
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.495
This paper presents an approach to the measurement of efficiency which is trunk route of global liners. Data envelopment analysis(DEA), as it is called, has particular applicability in the service sector. Applying mathematical programming techniques, DEA enables relative efficiency ratings to be derived within a set of analysed units(Iine services). This paper investigates the efficiency employing DEA Model of line services classified into routes( ex. America-asia line, Europe-asia line, Pendulum line etc). Results of this paper, suggests to some plans for improving the performance in the side of operating global liners.
A Study on the Competitiveness Improvement of Coastal Shipping for Northeast Asia Logistics-Hub
Lee Yon-Jae ; Ahn Ki-Myung ; Kim Kwang-Hee ; Kim Hyun-Duk ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 501~508
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.501
The purpose of this paper is to present the alternatives for improving coostal shipping logistics system to be a logistic hub-nation with a competitive edge. For this purpose, major environmental factors in Northeast Asia and accordingly its effects are analyzed And then the effects of coastal shipping system`s development strategy is analysed using Structural Equation Model and Multiple Regression Model. Research results show that three types of coastal shipping development strategy( connected transportation system, structure of coastal shipping system, governmental support policy) will contribute much to being a logistics hub-nation. From the results, some implications are derived as follows. Firstly, environmental-friendly balanced ocean-coastal transport system is required Secondly, a excusive feeder port, Ro-Ro ship & high-speed ship are necessary to establish the one-stop logistics service system Finally, governmental support policy and subsidy(tax-exempted oil & various tax benefits) are required to reactivate lagged coastal shipping system to be a logistic hub-nation with a competitive edge.
A Study of the Flow Pattern and the PIV Analysis around a Flapped Foil
Lee Gyoung-Woo ; Choi Hee-Jong ; Lee Seung-keon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 509~513
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.509
Ship maneuverability is mainly determined according to hull-propeller-rudder system of a ship and directly related to the ship safety during the operation in the ocean. Among hull-propeller-rudder system the rudder system had direct concern with the ship maneuverability and a special rudder has been recommended to improve the ship maneuverability. In this paper the study of flapped rudder`s 2-dimensional section was accomplished Model tests had been carried out with different angles of attack of a main foil and flap`s deflection angles to predict the performance of the flapped rudder and the 2 frame particle tracking method had been used to obtain the velocity distribution in the flow field during model tests. $Re
A Study on the Lateral Pressure Effect under Axial Compressive Load of Ship Platings
Park Joo-Shin ; Ko Jae-Yong ; Lee Jun-Kyo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 515~522
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.515
The ship plating is generally subjected to. combined in-plane load and lateral pressure loads, In-plane loads include axial load and edge shear, which are mainly induced by overall hull girder bending and torsion of the vessel. Lateral pressure is due to. water pressure and cargo. These load components are nat always applied simultaneously, but mare than one can normally exist and interact. Hence, far mare rational and safe design of ship structures, it is af crucial importance to. better understand the interaction relationship af the buckling and ultimate strength far ship plating under combined loads. Actual ship plates are subjected to relatively small water pressure except far the impact load due to. slamming and panting etc. The present paper describes an accurate and fast procedure for analyzing the elastic-plastic large deflection behavior up to. the ultimate limit state of ship plates under combined loads. In this paper, the ultimate strength characteristics of plates under axial compressive loads and lateral pressure loads are investigated through ANSYS elastic-plastic large deflection finite element analysis with varying lateral pressure load level.
Numerical Simulation of Pipe Flow with an Obstacle by applying Turbulent Models
Kwag Seung- Hyun ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 523~528
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.523
The flow analysis is made to simulate the turbulent flow in the pipe with an obstacle. The models used are k-
, Spalart-Allmaras and Reynolds. The structured grid is used for the simulation The velocity vector, the pressure contour, the change of residual along the iteration number and the dynamic head are simulated for the comparison of four example cases. For the analysis, the commercial code is used.
Economic evaluation for the re-arrangement of accommodation house in ultra large container ship
Im Nam-kyun ; Choi Kyong-Soon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 529~536
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.529
Recently the building of ultra large container ship are discussed among ship building companies and ship operating company who have a tendency to pursue the advantage of large scale of economy. These tendency will be continued for the time being, if ship-building skill and economical efficiency are available. As the enlargement of container ship size becomes hot issues in ship-building markets, the needs for re-arrangement of accommodation house in large container ship are proposed carefully in some researches. This study examined economical efficiency of re-arrangement of accommodation house in ultra large container ship. The separation between accommodation and engine room is proposed through out drawing works in initial design stage and we examined the merits and demerits of the separation in the view of economical efficiency. The RFR(Required Freight Rate) is considered as the objective function to evaluate the re-designed vessel. The economical benefits are analyzed in the view of ship operator and shipyard respectively.
A Preliminary Study on Shore Protection from Erosion around Seoguipo Coastal Waters
Jeon Min-Su ; Lee Joong-Woo ; Lee Hak-Seung ; Hwan Ho-Dong ; An Do-Kyung ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 537~545
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.537
Traditionally Jeju island has a mild oceanic climate throughout the year and famous as worldwide resort area bemuse of its pure natural environment and dramatic coastal scenery. But unpredicted coastal erosion problem, mused by variation of environmental conditions from construction of coastal structure and renovation of the existing ports, has raised its head above the water, and is becoming serious these days just like other coastal area in Korea. The phenomena happen here along the seaside of southern part of the island show that severe changes in coastal line from erosion and even witnessed the coastal cliff failure. In advanced countries, coastal engineers and researchers have studied deeply about this kind of problem for a long time. However, as it is not sot active in Korea and lack of research data, there exists difficulties on building protection methods and thoughtless constructions might make it more complicated and fatal to the coastal environment. In this study, we investigated some case studies of other countries and intended to induce and propose some integral protection methods for coastline erosion, considering environmentally sound and water friendly way of development such as artificial reef, floating breakwater, and double cellblock breakwater. Finally, we made analysis on the proposed methods with numerical model test and evaluation on the feasibility of each method.
A Comparative Study on Productivity of High Performance Quay Crane in Container Terminal
Ha Tae-Young ; Choi Yong-Seok ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 547~553
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.547
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the quay crane productivity in automated container terminal with perpendicular yard layout. In particular, four quay crane (single trolley/dual trolley/double trolley/supertainer) are considered to evaluate the productivity on the terminal performance. Each quay crane load or unload containers by a different process. For each quay crane, two productivities are considered and compared: mechanical productivity, net productivity. As the net productivity of quay crane is significant, in this paper, an application of simulation model to simulate automated container terminal is developed and a wide variety of computational experiments were conducted.
Implementation of Automated Transfer Crane System using CAN Network
Kim Man-Ho ; Ha Kyoung-Nam ; Lee Kyung-Chang ; Hong Keum-Shik ; Lee Suk ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 555~560
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.555
Recently, many control systems are replaced with digital control systems in an effort to optimize the overall performance. In order to operate these systems efficiently, the conventional point-to-point connection method must be changed to the signal exchange via a communication network. This paper investigates the technical feasibility of the crane system using CAN protocol which is a part NMEA 2000 by implementing a network-based control system emulating the crane control system
The Comparison of the Stability of a Container Crane according to various Wind Load Design Codes
Lee Seong-Wook ; Shim Jae-Joon ; Han Dong-Seop ; Han Geun-Jo ; Kim Tae-Hyung ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 561~566
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.561
This study was carried out to amlyze and compare the stability of a 50ton container crane according to various wind load design codes. The wind load was evaluated according to `The Specification of Port Facilities and Equipments / Specification for the design of crane structures (KS A 1627)` and `Load Criteria of Building Structures` effected by the ministry of construction & transportation And the uplift forces qf a container crane under this wind load were estimated by amlyzing reaction forces at each supporting point and compared each other. From this study, we noticed that the design wind velocity criteria need to be defined specifically when the wind load is evaluated to design a container crane. And we verified the necessity of the estimation of the uplift forces at each supporting point to analyze a structural stability of a container crane and the maximum compressive force in order to consider the stability of the ground foundation of the berth.
Multi-Agent based Operation System Modeling for Automated Container Terminals
Kang K W. ; Yu S. Y. ; Mo S. J. ; Yim J. H. ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 567~572
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.567
Trade between nations has been globalized since establishing the WTO(World Trade Organization). By lowering trading barriers under the WTO`s system, trade in goods has been gradually increased It requires global logistic system that transports goods in between nations. To save cost of product, cargo of product is containerized and container ships to carry container cargo is going to be bigger: In the market, there are many vendors to provide artificial intelligent modules to operate container terminal. In order to integrate automated container terminal system easily and successfully, this thesis proposes high-level XML/ JMS( eXtensive Markup Language/Java Message Service) communication model and multi-agent based system architecture to share knowledges, solve problems, and active objectives by cooperating between autonomous and intelligent agents that are developed by 3rd party companies in the market. This thesis analyzed current situation of advanced automated container terminal with case studies on implemented systems and difficulties to develop automated container terminal system, reviewed technologies of intelligent agent, communication and automation that unmaned automated container terminal is required.
Generating a Slot Assignment Rule for Outbound Containers Having Imprecise Weight Information
Kang Jae-Ho ; Ryu Kwang-Ryel ; Kim Kap-Hwan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 573~581
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.573
The outbound containers in a container terminal are classified into a few groups by their weights and stacked separately in a yard for easy and efficient handling. In order to maintain the balance of a ship during loading, containers of heavier weight groups should be fetched out of a yard and loaded onto the ship before those of lighter weight groups. However, the weight information used to determine the weight group is usually imprecise. Therefore stacks will actually be filled with mixture of different weight groups and rehandlings are unavoidable during loading operation. This paper presents a method for estimating the number of rehandlings caused by imprecise information and a scheme for generating a simple but efficient slot assignment rule. Experiments have shown that a rule generated by the proposed method can reduce the number of rehandlings by about
compared to the traditional slot assignment method which stacks only the containers of the same weight group in a single stack.
A Study on Relationship between Cold Water Appearance and Fog Formation in the Southwest Coastal Waters of Korea
Yun Jong-Hwui ; Jeon Hee-Dong ; Cho Kyu-Dae ; Kim Dong-Seon ; Lee Eun-Bang ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 583~588
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.583
It is known that the cold water appears and fog frequently forms in the southwest coastal waters of Korea in summer. The authors investigate and analyze the time and place of cold water existence, and also whether the cold water affects the occurrence of fog formation. As a result, cold water begins to appear around Daeheugsando at the early summer and cold water area gradually moves toward southwest of Jindo in end July
early August, then disappears in this area around mid-Oct. Fog mostly forms in April through August and most frequently occurs at Jindo where sea surface temperature shows lower than that at the adjacent area Accordingly it is taken that the cold water considerably contributes to form the dense and frequent fog around Jindo area.
Adsorption of nitrate from contaminated sea water with activated dredged sediment
Song Young-Chae ; Woo Jung-Hui ; Jung Eun-Hye ; Go Sung-Jung ; Kim Dong-Geun ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 589~593
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2005.29.6.589
A laboratory study on the adsorption of nitrate in polluted coastal water using various materials including several types of dredged sediments(ST) and yellow c1ays(YC), which are activated by heat(HT), bioleaching for heavy metal removal(BL) and neutralization(NR) was performed. The equilibrium time of the adsorption for the sediment bioleached and treated by heat(BL-HT-ST) was only 17min which was faster than the sediment bioleached, neutralized and treated by heat(BL-NR-HT-S) (25min) or the sediment treated by the bioleaching process(BL -ST)(27min), but longer equilibrium times for yellow c1ay(YC) or heat treated yellow day(HT- YC) were required. The adsorption processes of nitrate in sea water for tested material could be described by Freundlich isotherm, but were significantly affected by surface characteristics of the materials. The adsorption capacities for raw sediment and heat treated sediment were 2.12 and 2.19mg NO3-N/g, respectively, which were higher than others, indicating that the sediment activated by heat could be used as a material for the improvement of nearshore water quality.