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Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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Volume 33, Issue 9 - Dec 2009
Volume 33, Issue 10 - Dec 2009
Volume 33, Issue 8 - Oct 2009
Volume 33, Issue 7 - Sep 2009
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Volume 33, Issue 4 - Jun 2009
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Experimental Results of Ship's Maneuvering Test Using GPS
Yoo, Yun-Ja ; Naknma, Yoshiyasu ; Kouguchi, Nobuyoshi ; Song, Chae-Uk ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 99~104
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.099
The Kinematic GPS is well known to provide a quite good accuracy of positioning within an level. Although kinematic GPS assures high precision measurement on the basis of an appreciable distance between a reference station and an observational point, it has measurable distance restriction within 20 km from a reference station on land. Therefore, it is necessary to make out a simple and low-cost method to obtain accurate positioning information without distance restriction In this paper, the velocity integration method to get the precise velocity information of a ship is explained. The experimental results of Zig-zag maneuver and Williamson turn as the ship's maneuvering test, and other experimental results of ship's movement during leaving and entering the port with low speed were shown. From the experimental results, ship's course, speed and position are compared with those obtained by kinematic-GPS, velocity integration method and dead reckoning position using Gyro-compass and Doppler-log.
A Study on Shape and Height of Shipwaves
Gang, Song-Jin ; Kim, Mi-Kum ; Kim, Chang-Je ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 105~110
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.105
Shipwaves am have harmful effects on ships working on the sea, in a harbour or navigational channel and caused beach erosion, seawall destruction. This study aims to investigate describe the characteristics of the wave pattern generated by an individual model ship tested at different velocities and hull forms for a given water depth and to investigate the variations at a given distance from the sailing line under the same conditions. As a result, the angles a's by model ship tests are smaller than those by real ship ones. Wave heights decreases with an increasing the mid-ship cross sectional area
. The maximum wave height and period increase rapidly in the subcritical speed, and beyond the critical speed the height and period decrease with increasing depth Froude number. And the period keeps constant with the distance from the sailing line.
Affiliated Coordination of Rescue and Salvage in ASEAN+3
Yoon, Dae-Gwun ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 111~117
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.111
On May 12th, 2007 a merchant vessel of Golden Rose (South Korea) sank into near 38 mile from Yentai in China after the vessel collided with a container vessel of Jinsung (China), leaving all 16 sailors, including seven South Koreans, missing. According to the official report. The Chinese vessel, authorities, and South Korean government did not coordination q rescue and salvage for the sailors and vessel properly as follows: 1) The Chinese vessel left the scene without rescue and salvage of the sailors, 2) Chinese authorities failed to comply with law of the sea that required them to report the collision to South Korea immediately after confirming the accident, and 3) The South Korean government is also being criticized for its slow response to the incident since the government did not set up a response team until 21 hours after the incident. In order to reduce this number of sailor missing in future incidents, this research is studied regarding assembling conferences, assigning SRR in ASEAN+3, simplicity to enter other territory waters and cooperative training and education for the SAR.
Effect of PBD to improve soft marine sedimentary ground
Jeong, Jin-Seob ; Hwang, Woong-Ki ; Jeong, Choong-Gi ; Kim, Tae-Hyung ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 119~125
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.119
The effect of plastic board drains (PBDs)on ground improvement was checked out considering three crucial factors: ground settlement, undrained shear strength, and residual water head. First, the settlement analysis including initial settlement induced by reclamation of sand mat was conducted by back calculation analysis with measured data. Its result showed toot the PBDs used for this site worked well on improving soft ground. Secondly, the undrained shear strength was investigated by laboratory and in-situ tests including unconsolidated-undrained triaxial compression (UU) tests, unconfined compression tests, in-situ vane tests, and cone penetration tests. From the test results, they showed that the undrained shear strength of the improved ground by PBDs was significantly increased as well as the strength increasing ratio especially
below the ground surface on site. Thirdly, the residual water head measurement from the in situ dissipation test was found the same as the static water head, which indicated primary consolidation was completed and the effect of soil improvement with PBDs can be confirmed.
Optimization of double cycling in container ports
Song, Jang-Ho ; Kwak, Kyu-Seok ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 127~134
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.127
If the research on double cycle is revitalized, crane productivity will be rapidly improved bemuse double cycle is an operational technique that can maximize equipments efficiency (Quay crane, RMG/RTG, Yard tractor). Unfortunately, it is very difficult for terminal operators to find out the starting point of double cycle bemuse the loading & unloading pattern and conditions are various. Therefore, terminal operators are apt to fail to find out the optimal starting point of double cycle to maximize its frequency. Experiencing the same mistakes in the process we made efforts to find out the optimal starting point, finally we found out the formula for it. And we verified its precision is perfect through a lot of testing. This paper on double cycling focused on making the formula to find out optimal starting point of double cycle to maximize its frequency. And it can be applied to various ships' stowages in common.
Review of Theoretical Aspects on the Studies of Port Selection Criteria
Kim, Yul-Seong ; Yur, Yun-Su ; Shin, Chang-Hoon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 135~141
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.135
The circumstances surrounding world ports have changed rapidly and port competition to attract cargoes has been increasing fiercely. Specifically, deploying large container vessels resulted fewer port visits and strategic alliance among liner shipping companies. Recently, many studies have worked for improving port competitiveness. However, these studies were limited to evaluation of only port competitiveness and few studies suggested strategies for reinforcing port competitiveness. Although implications of these previous studies are practically available to build policies for port, there have been very few academic studies such as identifying port competitiveness and port selection with related attributes for reasonable evaluation and analysis. Therefore, this study aims to classify the existing studies, which dealt with port selection problem, based on basic structure that was suggested by Murphy (1992). Furthermore, the conceptual definition will be carried out by comparison analysis in terms of time of study, type of data and methodology and decision factor of each study.
Nearest L- Neighbor Method with De-crossing in Vehicle Routing Problem
Kim, Hwan-Seong ; Tran-Ngoc, Hoang-Son ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 143~151
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.143
The field of vehicle routing is currently growing rapidly because of many actual applications in truckload and less than truckload trucking, courier services, door to door services, and many other problems that generally hinder the optimization of transportation costs in a logistics network. The rapidly increasing number of customers in such a network has caused problems such as difficulty in cost optimization in terms of getting a global optimum solution in an acceptable time. Fast algorithms are needed to find sufficient solutions in a limited time that can be used for real time scheduling. In this paper, the nearest L-method (NLNM) is proposed to obtain a vehicle routing solution. String neighbors of different lengths were chosen, tested and compared. The applied de crossing procedure is meant to solve the routes by NLNM by giving a better solution and shorter computation time than that of NLNM with long string neighbors.
Critical Factors for Container Terminal Productivity
Park, Nam-Kyu ; Kim, Joo-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 153~159
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.153
The awareness of the high-value industry for container terminal leads competitiveness of container terminals to keep high fiercely. In regards to competitive factors of container terminal, the most important point among several factors is seemed to be the speed of container loading and unloading on quayside. In container terminals in Korea, the productivity shows big difference even though its condition is similar to each terminal. The objective of this paper is to find the critical factors of container terminal productivity, which is dependant upon the capability, quantity of quay crane, transfer vehicle, and so on. For this purpose, we have researched related literatures, and collected data about container terminals in South Korea. Furthermore, we tested sensitive analysis to evaluate the extent of productivity by changing independent variable. And then we established the regression model to evaluate which factor has had the biggest impact on productivity. The results of this paper can give terminal operators guideline to improve productivity.
Influence of Effective Microorganisms on Polluted Marine Sediment and Its Microbial Community
Koh, Sung-Cheol ; Kim, Byung-Hyuk ; Bae, Hwan-Jin ; Kwon, Sung-Hyun ; Choi, Jung-Hye ; Kim, Jae-Woo ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 33, issue 2, 2009, Pages 161~166
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2009.33.2.161
Lactobacillus sp., Acetobacter sp. and yeast were the most dominant organisms in the EM stock culture and subculture product. Lactic acid bacteria and yeast were able to grow in the fermentation process utilizing seawater. EM treatment of higher concentrations using EM stock culture and EM clay balls (1% or 4%) contributed to an early removal of malodor and an increase of DO in the polluted sediments, indicating an odor-removing activity of EM. The EM treatment of higher concentrations (1% or 4%) somewhat appeared to modify the microbial communities within the sediments, which was confirmed by existence of a few unique fragments from the stock culture based on PCR-DGGE. It still remains to be elucidated that EM cultures were directly involved in the malodor removal and potential sediment bioremediation.