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Volume 32, Issue 9 - Dec 2008
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A Development of Floating Dock Control Simulator for Skid Launching System
Kim, Jee-Hun ; Lee, Jang-Yong ; Park, Sok-Chu ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 1~7
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.001
Since the shipbuilding industry is at its peak to assimilate the large volume of orders in recent years, the Floating Dock has been an alternative to the dry dock which takes a certain period of time to build. Hence the use of Floating Dock is steadily increasing. Since the Skid Launching System(SLS) is used in Floating Dock, the balancing of the ship while launching is important and achieved by adjusting the Ballast tank of the Floating Dock. In this paper a Floating Dock Control Simulator for SLS is developed through the on-line interface of VRC(Valve Remote Control), Tank Level & Draft Measuring System and Valve Control algorithm on Simulation Tank Plan.
Analysis of Flow Field Including Bodies Steadily Moving Around the Free-surface by FLUENT-VOF Method
Kim, Tae-Yoon ; Hyun, Beom-Soo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 9~14
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.009
VOF method is known as one of the most effective numerical techniques handling two-fluid domains of different density simultaneously. Present study deals with the numerical analysis of flow field around bodies steadily moving near free-surface using FLUENT-VOF method. Validations were made by applying to three typical examples ; 2-D submerged hydrofoil, 3-D surface piercing body and container ship. It was found that the commercial software, FLUENT, is useful in practical use, and VOF method is capable of handling free-surface around moving bodies although discussions are limited to the analysis in qualitative sense.
Development of the Motion Monitoring System of a Ship
Yoon, Hyeon-Kyu ; Lee, Gyeong-Joong ; Lee, Dong-Kon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 15~22
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.015
A ship in a sea cruises with rolling, pitching, heaving etc because of environmental causes such as wind and wave. Those motions make crews or passengers feel inconvenience and they feel acceleration changes. Therefore, if lateral and vertical accelerations can be measured at a specific position in a ship, it can be known how discomfortable crews or passengers are. The motion monitoring system developed in this paper consists of measuring and communicating part including five accelerometers and gyro and a main computer which acquires measuring data and calculates motion indices. MSI(Motion Sickness Incidence) and MII(Motion Induced Interrupt) are calculated in real time using measured acceleration and angular rate. The validity of the developed system was confirmed through the real ship test of Hannara which is the school ship of Korea Maritime University.
A Study on the Effect of Wind Load to an Articulated type Container Crane by Fluid-Structural Coupled Field Analysis
An, Tae-Won ; Lee, Seong-Wook ; Han, Dong-Seop ; Kim, Tae-Hyung ; Han, Geun-Jo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 23~27
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.023
This study was carried out to the effect of wind load on the structural stability of an articulated type container crane according to the wind direction assuming that 75m/s wind velocity is applied on a container crane using FSI(fluid-structural interaction). To consider fluid phenomenon around the container crane, the wind load was derived by the computation fluid dynamic, and it applied to the FSI which can guarantee an accuracy and a reliability in the design stage for wind resistant structural stability to minimize the damage due to high wind load applied in a container crane with a 'ㄱ' type articulated boom which used in the total height restriction region. Following from this, the reaction force on the each support of a container crane was suggested. ANSYS ICEM CFD 10.0 and ANSYS CFX 10.0 used for computation fluid dynamic, and the ANSYS Workbench 11.0 was used for the fluid-structural interaction.
The inventory analysis on exhaust gas from training ships for ship's LCA study
Im, Nam-Kyun ; Jo, Ho-Jin ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 29~35
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.029
As the seriousness of the global environment is gaining our attention recently, studies on application of LCA(Life Cycle Assessment) to ship are being carried dynamically in various industry fields. However domestic study on LCA was not carried out in various fields. This study was carried out to examine the application of LCA to ship and was focused on the ship operation inventory analysis especially in life cycle assessment. Two training ships of Mokpo maritime university were adopted as ship models. Actual voyage data of at last several years was used to analysis the ship's exhaust gas inventory. The analysis shows how many weight of gas being exhaused per 1 gross tonnage and per 1 trainee in the training ships.
A Design of Communication Network Architecture for E-Navigation Services
Jeong, Jung-Sik ; Kim, Sun-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 37~45
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.037
The research on an E-Navigation(E-Nav) strategy development has recently carried out by the IMO sub-committee on safety of navigation(NAV). The design of communication system architecture is a key factor in the E-Nav strategy development and it may drive the direction of a national R&D project on future navigational and marine communication systems. This study aims at designing a standard model of E-Nav communication network architecture, which enhances navigational safety and provides additional benefits in marine transportation. To achieve this purpose, authors have suggested E-Nav services, which are divided into five categories, i.e., safety and security, maritime meteorology, distress, business, and infotainment, by analyzing the related user requirements. As results, this paper proposes the E-Nav communication network architecture that consists of the navigation and communication equipments.
An Impact Analysis of the Korea-Japan Undersea Tunnel Project;focus on Economic Potential Model Analysis
Park, Jin-Hee ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 47~56
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.047
With rapid growing of the Northeastern Asia, the interest for the connection of Infrastructure that was behind of interesting until now is getting larger. In a line of same connection, UN-ESCAP are forwarding transcontinental railway project, asian highway project et al.. And this study aimed at analysis on the effect that extended to a space by Korea-Japan undersea tunnel project. In aspect of a national land balanced-development to solve various problems such as overcrowding in capital region, unbalanced state by regions, weak exchange between South and North Korea, and weakness of national land basis to prepare for unification et al., this study consulted the economic potentiality model as a analysis method to examine an effect. In this analysis, I used 24 scenarios including all cases by combination of 3 scenarios for Korea-Japan undersea tunnel, 4 scenarios for transportation modes in the section of undersea tunnel, and 2 scenarios for adjacency infrastructure. Transportation modes in the section of undersea tunnel are railway, car-train, mixing way of railway and car-train, and mixing way of road and railway. Adjacency infrastructure applied railway and road. In all scenarios, Korea showed higher growth potentiality than Japan. Also, proposal plan C route relatively showed better in national land balanced-development than other proposal plans. The growth potentiality relatively appeared higher by buildup of a connection together with non-capital regions from the construction of Korea-Japan undersea tunnel. In aspect of Northeastern Asia, it resulted in a increasing of trade and chance of network formation in the region of Asia through infrastructure connection. But, in considering passenger and various factors that extended to the economic growth, this analysis have some limitation. Therefore, I hope that deep studies will continuously perform with various factors.
An Evaluation of Action Plan for Busan Port to grow as Complex Port in 21st Century
Hur, Yun-Su ; Kim, Yul-Seong ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 57~63
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.057
Recently, Green Port project to develop an environment-friendly port is active to lead by Port of LA, Port of LB in the USA and Port of Rotterdam. While, Port of Singapore, Shanghai Port and Dubai Port are trying to be a complex Port to function as a true portal not only for freight, but also for people and information. Ports, in this era, doesn't just play a simple transportational role for passengers and freight. Ports in this 21st century, play a role as a center where passengers, freight, information and money gather and a place where freight is created from nearby supporting area. Therefore, this study intends to draw action plans for Port of Busan to grow as Complex Port in the 21st century by AHP analysis and evaluate the action plans of each field by quantitative factors (business portion in the area/specialty/synergy effect with other industry) and qualitative factors (potential for future growth/competitiveness/ capability for innovation). The evaluation result can be used as basic information to decide business priority.
Design of Global Port Logistics Network Model Based on Minimum Cost
Jang, Woon-Jae ; Keum, Jong-Soo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 65~72
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.065
This study is aimed to contribute in establishing new port policy by research and analysis in design of global port logistics network in the East Asia region. In order to build such port logistics network, 21 ports located in East Asia among the world's 50th largest ports were selected in this study. Furthermore, the amount of container cargo and the ports of call were analyzed to categorize the subject ports in East Asia. Finally, this study tries to find economic network between the base port in East Asia, EU or North America and feeder ports in terms of logistics cost. As a result, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Busan ports were found as the representative ports in the East Asia that may connect North America and Europe with the minimum logistics expenses. Therefore, to maintain the stable cargo volume in ports, Korea should promote not only the overseas terminal operation which links to the Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai ports, but also establish the global port logistic network connecting the Busan port.
A Study on the Efficiency Measurement of Regional Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office by DEA Method
Lee, Nam-Kyu ; Kim, Si-Hwa ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 73~80
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.073
The purpose of this paper is to measure the productive efficiency and competitive strength of Regional Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office using the DEA. Using EMS(Efficiency Measurement System) which is LP solver, quantifies in one way or another a "distance" to the efficient frontier of the technology. An input oriented measure quantifies the input reduction which is necessary to become efficient holding the output constant. Symmetrically, an output oriented measure quantifies the necessary to become efficient holding the inputs constant. A non-oriented measure quantifies necessary improvements when both inputs and outputs can be improved simultaneously. According to the analysis result of the DEA method, inefficient Regional Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office should recommend benchmarking reference Regional Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office in order to enhance the productive efficiency of port administration and a public institution. Besides data on productive efficiency serves as a tool for policy-makers at all levels of activity and is essential for improving the efficiency with which the various systems operate.
A study on the forecast of port traffic using hybrid ARIMA-neural network model
Shin, Chang-Hoon ; Kang, Jeong-Sick ; Park, Soo-Nam ; Lee, Ji-Hoon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 81~88
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.081
The forecast of a container traffic has been very important for port plan and development. Generally, statistic methods, such as regression analysis, ARIMA, have been much used for traffic forecasting. Recent research activities in forecasting with artificial neural networks(ANNs) suggest that ANNs can be a promising alternative to the traditional linear methods. In this paper, a hybrid methodology that combines both ARIMA and ANN models is proposed to take advantage of the unique strength of ARIMA and ANN models in linear and nonlinear modeling. The results with port traffic data indicate that effectiveness can differ according to the characteristics of ports.
The Supply-Demand Situation of Officers for Korean flag ocean-going merchant ship
Kim, Hyun-Jong ; Jung, Dae-Deug ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 89~95
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.089
Foreign maritime officers were employed in Korean flag ocean-going merchant ships since the year of 2005. And the number of foreign maritime officers in Korean ship has been rapidly increased, and it approaches 700 recently. The shortage of Korean maritime officers was mainly claimed the reason of employing foreign maritime officers in Korean flag ship. In this paper, we surveyed the number of newly supplied officers from every Korean training institution, the number of officers on-board, on-leave, on-job hunting, and the number of officers leaving their job every year. And then we analysed supply-demand situation of Korean maritime officers for Korean flag ocean-going ships for reasonable decision-making in relation with employing foreign maritime officers.
A Study on the Rights of Transport Terminal Operators;An Analysis of the Korean Supreme Court's Judgment of 27 April 2007, Case No. 2007Da4943
Kim, Jin-Kwon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 97~102
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.097
According to the trend of a large-sized vessel and a industrial carrier, the role of the independent contractors such as transport terminal operators, stevedores and warehousemen is increasing the base of cargo distribution that include the function of storage, warehousing, loading, unloading, trimming, dunnaging and lashing. But the common law doctrine of privity of contract has been a perennial source of difficulty for litigants seeking to enforce rights and obligations arising under a bill of lading contract. When carriage contract is negotiated, the concerned parties will be aware that some portion of obligations arising from the contract will be performed by the independent contractors engaged to carry out a particular function. It is reasonable for the independent contractors to be allowed the benefit of the carrier under the contract of carriage. As a part of the alleviating measures for the liability of independent contractors has been allowed various schemes, specially including 'Himalaya Clause'. Therefore, this study performed the validity of 'Himalaya Clause' by means of a recent judicial precedent by the Supreme Court and analyzed the rights of third parties, specially transport terminal operators, under the contract of carriage.
Development of Efficient Training Material through Danger Analysis to Various Encounter Types using Training Ship
Park, Young-Soo ; Lee, Yun-Sok ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 103~108
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.103
In the maritime universities, cadets of deck part should practice on board training using training ships of university or merchant vessels of company for 1 year according to STCW Convention. For training period, trainees are educated many education items as to positioning ability, chart work ability, vessel operation ability and cargo operation ability etc. Among many abilities, vessel avoiding ability which is demanded as a basic ability for deck officer can't be gained easily, because avoiding maneuver of ship controlled by cadets is not allowable regally and encounter situations occur randomly. This paper investigated CPA to the various encounter types with other vessels during the ocean going navigation of T.S Hannara. We analysis danger degree per each encounter type, and proposed a basic material of efficient training education about proper look-out and avoiding maneuver.
A study on the scuba certification and status of leisure diving in Southeast Asia countries.
Kang, Sin-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 32, issue 1, 2008, Pages 109~114
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2008.32.1.109
This study is about the status and comparison of recreational scuba diving certification system in Southeast Asia countries. For the collection of the information, the contents of the numerous corresponding Internet sites were utilized, related documents were surveyed. And to supplement the information extensive interviews were held with the representatives of tourism department of many countries as well as staffs of diving associations, resort operators and diving instructors during various 2007 Dive Expos held in Southeast countries. In this paper, the relation between scuba certification and international standards were introduced for better understanding of the certification system. The research result shows that the scuba diving industry plays an important role in their country's tourism and the certification market of the Southeast Asia has grown to be greater than 30% of the world total market. However due to the facts that the scuba activity is originated from the western world and the controlling headquarters of the most certification agency are also located there, Southeast countries cannot take any leading roles in the scuba diving policies and systematic issues. Accordingly any modifications or improvements are expected to be very difficult. Also while Europeans and Americans have launched the programs and organizations for the quality assurance by cooperating with the international standards, but no such activity has yet appeared on the surface in Southeast Asia. According to the investigation the necessity will become bigger in near future.