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Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research
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Volume 30, Issue 9 - Dec 2006
Volume 30, Issue 10 - Dec 2006
Volume 30, Issue 8 - Oct 2006
Volume 30, Issue 7 - Sep 2006
Volume 30, Issue 6 - Aug 2006
Volume 30, Issue 5 - Jun 2006
Volume 30, Issue 4 - Jun 2006
Volume 30, Issue 3 - Apr 2006
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A Theoretical Study on Free Gyroscopic Compass
Jeong, Tae-Gweon ; Park, Sok-Chu ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 729~734
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.729
The authors aim to establish the theory necessary for developing the free gyroscopic compass and focus on mainly two points. One is to suggest north-finding principle by the angular velocity of the earth's rotation, and the other is to suggest orthogonal coordinate transformations of the motion rate of the spin axis, which transforms the components of motion rate in the free gyro frame into those in the platform frame and that this transformed rate is, in turn, transformed into the NED(north-east-down) navigation frame. Subsequently, ship's heading is obtained by using the fore-aft and athwartship components of the motion rate of the spin axis in the NED frame. In addition it was found how to solve the transformation matrix necessary for transforming each frame.
Shipboard Training for the Efficient Maritime Education
Nam, Chung-Do ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 735~740
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.735
Marine officers should have crisis control ability because ship operation needs not only highly specialized information, but also functional capability due to the fact that there always exist dangers at sea, which are different from those at shore. Therefore, marine officers should be trained on the related specialized information under the systematical educational system including shipboard training. Their training is also based on the strong spiritual power and physical strength through the strict training process. In order to have these vocational personalities, dormitory life training and shipboard training courses seem to be essential processes, which are required of maritime education. The introduction of automatic system into the ship as a result of the recent development of technology brings decrease of the full number of crew. Consequently, marine officers are increasingly under heavy burden, and should have more ship operation capabilities than before. Maine officers should have not only specialized information which differs from that at shore, but also vocational adaptability which can reasonably tackle with all the problems which exist on the spot and are obstacles to individual, spiritual, physical, natural, and social demands. So it is required that marine officers should have study many areas to deal with as extra curricula besides their major field of study, which are unique characteristics of the education for them. These vocational adaptabilities are based on the spiritual characteristics, such as self-developmental education, responsibility, meticulous care, attentiveness, voluntary, planning, readiness, spontaneity, accuracy, self-denial, obedience, leadership, and etc.
A Development of Integrated Operation System of Container Terminals in Ubiquitous Environment using RFID
Park, Doo-Jin ; Yoo, Ju-Young ; Nam, Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 741~748
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.741
Number of researches on efficient terminal operation system applying RFID(Radio Frequency Identification) are in progress. However, RFID has limitations on tracking and providing accurate positions of containers. In this paper, to enhance the performance of the integrated terminal operation system, an efficient loading management of yard is proposed by applying RFID based RTLS(Real Time Locating System) that provides real time accurate positions of containers. It was found that a group based sequence system is more efficient than the existing individual sequence number system in the container yard In the group based sequence system, the containers in the same group should have similar characteristics such as port of destination(POD), size, weight, etc. In order to run this system, we proposed the parameters to the unspecified N bytes of RFID tag which are specified in ISO 18000 7. And then, we developed an integrated operation system of container terminal using RFID. The proposed system reduces the ship turnaround time in ubiquitous port environments.
Port Competition and Co-operation as a Strategy of Busan Port
Yoon, Mi-Sun ; Nam, Ki-Chan ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 749~754
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.749
The maritime logistics environment including seaborne trade, shipping and ports is changing rapidly and continuously. Large containerships, mega carriers and global terminal operators try to achieve economies of scale and economies of scope. As a result of the changing environment, the competition between ports to achieve competitiveness is intensive. Port competition among China, Japan and Korea is becoming fiercer, both directly and indirectly, resulting from the increased trade in northeast Asia. Port development projects within each country stimulate more intensive port competition. As a result, overcapacity, fierce price competition and overlapping hinterland problems will be caused in the future. Co-operation for survival is considered as a strategy in order to solve anticipated problems caused by port competition Busan port, for instance, could co-operate with China and Japan as well as with other ports in Korea Terminal operators' expansion through investments including joint-ventures will make connections between ports smoother. At the port authority level, continuous cooperative interchange between countries is indispensable.
Evaluation of the Behavior of Dredged Materials in Ocean Dumping Area
Lee, Seung-Chul ; Kim, Kang-Min ; Kim, Hyung-Chul ; Lee, Joong-Woo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 755~762
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.755
When we consider to develop a new harbor, the most important factor, we think, is the lowest water depth of waterway and approaching channel for safe navigation of vessel. The existing harbors have been being dredged to meet the international trend of jumbo sized vessels by adopting the new design criteria. As the dredged materials over the expected at the design level were common and there are still lack of land based reclamation area, we have no choice to discharge the dredged materials in open sea area In this study, we analysed the behavior of discharged materials at the dumping area of offshore, which were collected from the dredging work at the waterway in Busan New Port. We measured the tidal currents and analyzed the waters of dumping site after the dumping work. These were used to evaluate the numerical models. Suspended Solids(SS) were introduced to the diffusion model. Because of the characteristic of the dumping site, the speed of initial diffusion and settle down of the discharged materials was so fast. Therefore, we believe that the dumped materials do not cause a significant impact to the marine environment.
Development of Broadband Electromagnetic Wave Absorber for X-band Sensors in Double-layered Type Using Carbon
Choi, Chang-Mook ; Kim, Dong-Il ; Li, Rui ; Choi, Dong-Han ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 763~766
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.763
In this paper, the EM wave absorbers were designed and fabricated for X -band sensors using Carbon of dielectric material with CPE. The complex relative permittivity of samples is calculated by using measurement results of S-parameter. We simulated the double-layered type EM wave absorber with broad bandwidth using the measured complex relative permittivity by changing the thickness and layer, which was fabricated based on the simulated design The fabricated EM wave absorber consists of 1 mm first layer sheet facing metal with Carbon composition ratio 70 vol. % and 1.5 mm second layer sheet with Carbon composition ratio 60 vol. %. The measured results showed a good agreement to the simulated ones. It is found toot the optimized absorption ability of double-layered type EM wave absorber with thickness of 2.5 mm is higher than 10 dB from 7.8 GHz to 13.3 GHz.
A Study on Multi-Layered EM Wave Absorber Using Natural Lacquer as a Binder
Choi, Dong-Han ; Kim, Dong-Il ; Choi, Chang-Mook ; Li, Rui ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 767~772
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.767
Generally, a silicone rubber and a chlorinated polyethylene(CPE) have been used as a binder for the development of high-performance composite EM(Electro Magnetic) wave absorbers. In this paper, the EM wave absorption performance of natural lacquer, which is newly proposed as a binder was investigated. The prepared MnZn ferrite EM wave absorbers are mixed with natural lacquer showed excellent EM wave absorption characteristics compared with MnZn ferrite EM wave absorbers which are mixed with the conventional binders. MnZn ferrite EM wave absorbers mixed with natural lacquer were prepared and their absorption ability was also investigated The EM wave absorbers are fabricated in different proportions of MnZn, or NiZn ferrite and natural lacquer, and their reflection coefficients are measured. The permittivity and permeability are calculated by using the measured reflection coefficients. The EM wave absorption abilities are calculated according to different thicknesses of the EM wave absorbers.
Routing and Collision Avoidance of Linear Motor based Transfer Systems using Online Dynamic Programming
Kim, Jeong-Tae ; Cho, Hyun-Cheol ; Lee, Kwon-Soon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 30, issue 9, 2006, Pages 773~777
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2006.30.9.773
Significant increase of container flows in the marine terminals requires more efficient port equipments such as logistic and transfer systems. This paper presents collision avoidance and routing approach based on dynamic programming (DP) algorithm for a linear motor based shuttle car which is considered as a new transfer system in the port terminals. Most of routing problems are focused on automatic guided vehicle (AGV) systems, but its solutions are hardly utilized for LM based shuttle cars since both are mechanically different. Our proposed DP is implemented for real-time searching of an optimal path for each shuttle car in the Agile port terminal located at California in USA.