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Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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Volume 30, Issue 9 - Dec 2006
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Development of Ultimate Strength Design Formula considering Buckling under Longitudinal and Transverse Axial Compressive Load
Park Joo-Shin ; Ko Jae-Yong ; Lee Jun-Kyo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 173~179
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.173
A number of perforated plates are utilized for the passage of the crew and the equipment, reducing weight and the arrangement of piping. Hull girders in double bottom and floor plates are the typical parts which have those plates in a ship structure, and the perforated plate is usually positioned at the place which has less loading without local strength problems. In the case of utilizing the plate inevitably at the place which has large strength, an opening of the plate has large effect on the buckling strength due to in-plane rigidity and ultimate strength. Therefore the assessments of the elastic buckling strength and the ultimate strength for the perforated plate are the essential requirements for determining the dimensions of the parts at the initial design stage. With above reason, a need of the reasonable assessments for the elastic buckling strength and the ultimate strength has evolved. The numerical series analysis with the consideration of the effect due to various aspect ratios and slenderness ratios were performed using finite element method in this research. Simple formulas for the design are also proposed from the above analysis.
A Study of the Appearance Characteristics and Generation Mechanism of Giant Waves
Shin Seung-Ho ; Hong Key-Yong ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 181~187
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.181
In the wave spectrum distribution based on linear wave theory, the appearance of a giant wave whose wave height reaches to 30m has been considered next to almost impossible in a real sea However since more than 10 giant waves were observed in a recent investigation of global wave distribution which was carried out by the analysis of SAR imagines for three weeks, the existence of the giant waves is being recognized and it is considered the cause of many unknown marine disasters. The change of wave height distribution concerning a formation of wave train, nonlinear wave to wave interaction and so on were raised as the causes of the appearance of the giant waves, but the occurrence mechanism of the giant waves hasn't been cleared yet. In present study, we investigated appearance circumstances of the giant waves in real sea and its occurrence mechanism was analyzed based on linear and nonlinear wave focusing theories. Also, through a development of numerical model of the nonlinear
equation, the formations of the giant wave from progressive wave train were reproduced.
Design and Implementation of Sea Operation Monitoring System based on ENC
Jung Sung-Hun ; Yim Jae-Hong ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 189~195
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.189
Sea operation monitoring system is a system for the automatic ship operation that is used on the variety sea operations such as laying optical cables on the sea between the countries, laying cables on the seabed for a remote island, laying pipelines for the natural gas, and so forth. This system processes data which obtained through setting up environment and input from several sensors, and display GPS information with ENC data. And this system processes not only data of route file about sea operation, but also realtime information from PDA of client wirelessly connected with AP on wireless LAN. In addition, this system can improve efficiency of the operation as a result of enabling free movement within valid range. This paper design and implementation monitoring system from above appropriate to the embedded system, and improve competitive power of ship through prevention of a ship accident, to keep minimizing operation loads and support both the automatic ship operation and the safety voyage.
A Study on the Fundamental Experiment on the Sea for the Construction of Ubiquitous Aids to Navigation
Gug Seung-Gi ; Kim Jung-Hoon ; Kim Min-Cheol ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 197~201
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.197
The AIS(Automatic Identification System) is the useful equipment in order to promote the maritime safety and real time monitoring at the sea. In this study, the plan to construct the ubiquitous Aids to navigation is proposed. In order to verify the construction of ubiquitous Aids to navigation, the experiment on the sea was carried out and analyzed.
An Efficient Method for Allocating Storage Yard for Container Terminal
Song Yong-Seok ; Nam Ki-Chan ; Yoo Ju-Young ; Kim Tae-Won ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 203~209
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.203
Maritime transport has been occupying the biggest part of the container transportation market. With regard to container terminal management, the planning technology and the space allocation system on the yard are very significant factors to secure the stability of ship and to ensure the reliability of schedules of ship throughout keeping barycenter of vessel by right loading and fast handling of cargoes. The purposes of this paper are to illustrate the existing yard management systems such as Grouping method and Random Grounding method, and then to evaluate and compare the efficiency of yard availability between the existing management system(Grouping method) and Random Grouping which uses the forecasted inbound cargo volume at the gate by Time Base Operation.
A Study on RFID Based Biz-Model for QoS Guarantee for Container Terminals
Park Doo-Jin ; Park Jin-Hee ; Kim Hyun ; Nam Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 211~217
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.211
In recent years, the pileup of world ports is deepening as time goes by due to China effect and continuous increase of world trade volume. The shipping companies try to reduce their shipping cost by using mega vessels in the ports. Shipping companies consider most of the ships turnaround time as a critical factor when selecting a calling port for reducing cost. This paper will suggest how we can guarantee terminal QoS like ship waiting time ratio and ship residing time applying RFID(Radio Frequence IDentification) technology, raising up rapidly as a fundamental solution of new growing industry to port information system. Also, lead time of whole port logistics can be decreased for reduction of loading & discharging time and result from productivity improvement of Twin-lift G/C(Gantry Crane} as applying RFID technology to terminal operation. The purpose of this paper suggests that the new business model of U-Port which port QoS can be guaranteed using RFID based RTLS technology.
Analysis on the Relation Between Port Competition Players and Port Selection Factors
Kim Tae-Won ; Kim Yul-Seong ; Kwak Kyu-Seok ; Nam Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 219~226
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.219
To correspond actively to international economy, shipping and port environment change, world main ports have converged in competitiveness raising. However, existing researches have been intensively analyzed port competitiveness on among ports. So, this study analyzes the relations between the main factors of port selection and port competition players: central government, port authority, terminal operators, shipping companies, etc. This paper has a purpose that each port competition player makes a competitive strategy in accordance with this study. First, this study reviewed shipping and port market's environment change and port selection decision factors to correspond to these environment changes and on the basis of this review analyzed relativity between component port competition players and port competition factors. However, port authorities and terminal operators appeared high relevance about in side of expense, service, facilities etc. Because port authorities offered incentive to pull many shipping companies to their ports and terminal operators managed port authorities' ports. But we could deduce high relevance according to other market players' properties without port authorities and terminal operators. Port marketing strategy establishment among port competition players is available on the basis of these factors.
A Study on the Constraints on North-east Chinese Ports
Yoo Ju-Young ; Kim Tae-Won ; Nam Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 227~233
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.227
As North-east Chinese parts including Shanghai port grow rapidly, competition among the Far-East parts to be a hub port is getting higher, somebody has even raised a crisis of Busan port. However there are same constraints an the North-east parts such as weather aggravation and long distance from main truck routes. When we consider the competitiveness of port, weather aggravation should be considered as one of the significant factors. But previous studies have rarely examined these kinds of external factors of port operation Therefore, this study analyze constraints an the North-east Chinese parts through a survey of same national flag shipping companies and agencies of foreign shipping companies. The result shows that the mast significant constraint in the North-east ports is weather aggravation which causes problems for regular schedules of shipping, operation cast and customer service qualities etc.
A Development on the ATC Operation Strategy of the Automated Container Terminal
Kim Woo-Sun ; Nam Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 235~240
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.235
This study analyzed equipment operation strategy of ATC(Automated Transfer Crane) in order to development efficiency ATC operation logic for apply to domestic ACT(Automated Container Terminal). Improving productivity of ACT developed dynamic operation logic and established dispatching rule. As a result of simulation experiment reduced waiting time and interference time of ATC. Thus, we can improve productivity of ACT using dynamic operation logic and interference avoidance strategy.
Sea water Treatment using an Automatic Backwashing Filter
Park Sang-Ho ; Lim Jae-Dong ; Kim In-Soo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 241~245
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.241
Displayed result that handle particle contaminant and hydrospace organism included a number of ballast that is happened in ship using automatic back washing filter. Reason that removes first contaminant that is included in number of ballast is that heighten processing effectof after processing processof the filter. Another advantage is to drop off the solids with controlling revolution of drum screen in pretreatment filtration process. The fact that it is easy to attach and detach a several type of screen for getting the expected water quality is another advantage. Filter rotation speed of filtration filter could be expose by 35mmHg more than 60 rpm and filter consecutively filtration pressure is 40.5mmHg in 20 rpm and 40 rpm are 36.6mmHg. Filtration system removal aquatic organism over
ballast water. This study shows that the filtration treatment system has a potential for the treatment of ballast water.
Actual Analysis and Solution of Aquatic Leisure Activity Safety Accident Around Coast
Jeong Jong-Seok ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 247~251
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.247
By becoming 21st century which run be charactered as highly industrialized society which spreads diversification and individualization, there have been elevation of income level and increase of time for leisure activity by introducing 5 working days system. And this brings out increasing of aquatic leisure activity population and the contents of the leisure becomes very active. Static indoor activity which was the main current of the leisure activity in the past, however, it is now called for outdoor activity accompanied by the society growth and even expands towards that people get into action and experience by their own free will. With this point of view, the aquatic leisure run become a safe activity. But with a rapid growth of aquatic leisure activity, safety concerns become a serious problem. To prevent safety accident, training should be given, safety inspection and registration should be requested, and strong support of system is needed so users can have an insurance for safety accident. These complements are necessary for overall nourishment and management measure to charge in systematical safety for the users.
Analysis of Marine Leisure base condition for the Archipelago at the Southwest Sea Area
Park Sung-Hyun ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 3, 2006, Pages 253~258
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.3.253
In this paper, we analyse the marine leisure base condition of the archipelago at the southwest sea area which has the natural advantage for marine leisure. We also discuss how to adapt the yacht business on the above area. At first, we analyse the current situation of the domestic marine leisure and draw up a plan to solve its problem. Finally we apply an environment friendly marina establishment to the archipelago at the southwest sea area and evaluate its validity.