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Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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Volume 36, Issue 9 - Dec 2012
Volume 36, Issue 10 - Dec 2012
Volume 36, Issue 8 - Oct 2012
Volume 36, Issue 7 - Sep 2012
Volume 36, Issue 6 - Aug 2012
Volume 36, Issue 5 - Jun 2012
Volume 36, Issue 4 - Jun 2012
Volume 36, Issue 3 - Apr 2012
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A Security Architecture of the inter-VTS System for shore side collaboration of e-Navigation
Lee, Byung-Gil ; Han, Jong-Wook ; Cho, Hyun-Suk ; Park, Nam-Je ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 1~7
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.1
A concept of the "e-Navigation" was introduced in 2005 and implementation strategies are under way by IMO/IALA in the maritime safety area. Specially VTS is an important maritime traffic monitoring and aids to navigation system which is aims to improve safety, navigation efficiency and protect the marine environment. The demand of the inter-VTS networking has been increased and standardization is underway for realization of shore side collaboration for maritime safety in IALA. But there may be security problems in the inter-VTS networks if they have not proper security mechanism. The hacking of realtime ship position and sensitive maritime surveillance information caused a critical accident of vessel, human life and environment by terrorist. This paper aims to design of a secure inter-VTS network structure and related security protocol for secure sharing of sensitive maritime data.
A Study on the Development of Analysis Model for Maritime Security Management
Jeong, Woo-Lee ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 9~14
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.9
Maritime security incidents by pirates and by terrorists increase, but maritime incidents investigation models are limited to figure out the maritime security incidents. This paper provides the analysis model for maritime security incidents. To develop this analysis model, this categorizes five threat factors, the ship, the cargo type, port system, human factor, information flow system, makes the risk assessment matrix to quantify the risk related to threat factors and classifies four priority categories of risk assessment matrix. Also, this model makes from the frameworks which include a variety of security initiatives implementing in stakeholder levels like international organizations, individual governments, shipping companies, and the ship. Therefore, this paper develops the Analysis for Maritime Security Management model based on various security initiatives responding to the stakeholder levels of maritime security management and top-bottom/bottom-up decision trees, and shows the validity through verifying the real maritime security incident of M/V Petro Ranger.
Maneuvering Characteristics of Tug-Barge from the Results of Sea Trial Test
Yun, Kun-Hang ; Kim, Yeon-Gyu ; Yeo, Dong-Jin ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 15~20
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.15
In order to investigate the maneuverability of tug-barge, sea trial tests such as speed, acceleration/deceleration,
zigzag were conducted with both tug and tug-barge. From the result of turning test, longer tactical diameter and lower rate of turn of tug-barge than those of tug are obtained. From the result of the zigzag test, bigger overshoot angle of tug-barge than that of tug is obtained. When they turned or changed a course, it showed that the barge turned inner side of the trajectory of tug. For the safe navigation, the helmsman of tug-barge should be aware of these maneuvering characteristics.
A study on the Optimum Capacity of Citadel
Kim, Won-Ouk ; Chae, Yang-Bum ; Kim, Chang-Jae ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 21~26
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.21
Recently, vessel hijacking by pirates has been a big issue around the world. For example, the hostages of VLCC "SAMHO Dream" were released for a large sum of ransom. On January 20, 2011 "SAMHO Jewelry" succeeded releasing all of the 21 crews on the vessel by attacking the pirates in international waters for the first time since the founding of the Naval Force. Furthermore, the "HANJIN Tianjin" crews evacuated to the Citadel promptly and were rescued by the navy. As hijacking of Korean vessels by pirates is increasing, various safety measures must be implemented. As a matter of fact, the standard for ship's facilities has been partially revised and setting up an evacuation shelter on all vessels sailing dangerous zone has been reinforced. This research aims to discuss crew Citadel installation on vessels intended for long haul. In addition, it will look at measures against potential gas flow in the event of pirate armed attacks and fire outbreak onboard a vessel. It will also assess the optimal number of crew Citadels theoretically. Lastly, the optimal number of shelters in the event of fire outbreak will be discussed based on an FDS simulation.
A Study on Site Selection for Marine Recreational Floating Architecture
Lee, Han-Seok ; Cho, Hyung-Jang ; Kang, Young-Hun ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 27~34
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.27
The systematic criteria and rational standard for site selection of marine recreational floating architecture are in urgently need in respect of structural safety, use of facilities, economics of construction and management, relationship with surrounding areas or cities and impact on marine environment. Nevertheless, at present, there is not any study nor guideline for site selection of marine recreational floating architecture which is now being planned and elected at many places of a body of water such as river or coastal area all over the country. Therefore this study is to propose a systematic process and a rational criteria and guideline for site selection of marine recreational floating architecture. Especially the results are suggested in forms of diagrams and tables in order to be utilized so easily by related local governments and individual enterprises.
A Study on the cooling system design for electric propulsion system in submarine
Oh, Jin-Seok ; Jung, Sung-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 35~41
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.35
In this paper, we analyze the current submarine cooling system and study control algorithms for cooling system. Cooling system are installed in the submarine propulsion motor to protect the motor from high-temperature by iron loss and copper loss. The cooling system control the sea water and fresh water pump RPM to keep the motor temperature stable by external environment and motor RPM holding time. The cooling system simulation program is made for checking the cooling performance, and simulation is performed with various control strategy. The results with proposed cooling algorithm is shown to improve the thermal stability and efficiency of cooling system.
A Priority Analysis of the Infrastructure for the Logistics Industry in Gwangyang Port
Yun, Dong-Ha ; Choi, Yong-Seok ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 43~49
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.43
Gwangyang port has aimed to establish and expand infrastructure since 2004 as a way of logistics industry development plan for activation of port and increase in traffic. However, it faces many changes due to reduced development of Gwangyang port, slowdown of traffic, and decrease in terminal operators. The need for review of plan and direction regarding infra is on the rise at this point for the purpose of ensuring the stable growth foothold of Gwangyang port and attaining independence of Port. This report focuses on the software infrastructure improvement alternative rather than hardware infrastructure. To analyze the priority of this alternative, AHP technique was applied as a research methodology. In this study, as a measure for decision-making, profitability, ease, urgency, and prospects have been selected, and alternatively, buildup of global networking, training of logistics professionals, operation of environment-friendly & low cost port, and development of specialized logistics companies have been selected. Survey has been conducted toward shipping companies which use Gwangyang port, port operators, hinterland logistics companies and consignor' logistics professionals. As a result of survey, the priorities of measuring range were shipping companies, port operators, consignor, and hinterland logistics companies. Meanwhile, the priorities of measuring elements were profitability, prospects, urgency and then ease. The priorities of alternatives were found to be a buildup of global networking, operation of environment-friendly & low cost port, development of specialized logistics companies and training of logistics professionals.
A Network Optimization Model for Strategic Itinerary Planning of Cruise Fleet
Cho, Seong-Cheol ; Won, You-kyung ; Kim, Jung-Hyeon ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 51~58
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.51
In spite of today's rapid growth of world cruise industry, little academic attention has yet been given to the decision making problems for cruise operations. This research deals with strategic cruise itinerary planning that any cruise company should face. Increasing demands for international itineraries and redeployments of cruise ships are adding complexity to the itinerary planning. A slight modification of the conventional PERT/CPM network is adopted. to cope with this complexity systematically. By this, the concept of candidate itinerary network is suggested for each cruise ship. To integrate these candidate itinerary networks for each ship in a single framework, an integer programming model has been developed to find the optimal itinerary planning for any fleet of cruise ships. A numerical example, based on real cruise itinerary practices, is tested to validate and interpret the model.
A Study on the Effects of Logistics Capabilities of Container Terminals on Service Quality and Customer Response
Hwang, Seok-Jun ; Choi, Hyung-Rim ; Hong, Soon-Goo ; Lee, Kang-Bae ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 59~67
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.59
This study shows how the logistics capability of container terminal impacts with service quality and customer response. Result of this study would be utilized in marketing strategy for container terminal. Sample design is based on shipping companies which are registered in Korea Shipowners' Association and Korea Shipmanagers' Association from Dec. 5 through 23 in 2011. And total of 243 questionnaires are collected through a personal visit. The result of empirical analysis, management capability of logistics capability factor which have an effect on service quality and customer response is the biggest influence to them. At the same time, Sympathy of service quality factor which have an effect on customer response is the biggest influence to it. Therefore, customers' requirements would be analyzed specifically when loading and unloading plans are devised in container terminal, and based on customers' requirements, best customer service would be provided.
Efficient Yard Tractor Control Method for the Dual Cycling in Container Terminal
Chung, Chang-Yun ; Shin, Jae-Young ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 69~74
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.69
Recent global supply chain, improving the efficiency of container shipping process is very important. In the overseas shipping of goods, the voyage of super containership is common to overcome amount of increasing cargo. Thus, container terminal managers make an experiment on the double cycle and dual cycle operation, which ship loading and unloading were carried out simultaneously, for maximizing the productivity of quay side. Yard Tractors(YTs) pooling methods also are introduced for increasing the efficiency of assignment of YTs. In this paper, we analyzed the efficiency of dual cycling through comparing existing pooling methods with the modified method for the dual cycling. We developed a simulation model using simulation analysis software, Arena. The result of experiment shown that the more dual cycling don't always increase the gross crane rate(GCR), which means productivity of quay cranes(QCs) per hour.
Connection Strategies between Port and City functions - Focused on the case of Incheon -
Lee, Tae-Hwee ; Yeo, Gi-Tae ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 75~80
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.75
The aim of this paper is to draw out the connection strategies between port and city functions. The case study was made on the port city of Incheon using Multidimensional Statistics(MDS) which groups 18 port cities targeted into two or more categories. The used factors inserted into the methodology were container cargo volumes, population, area of the city, number of liner calling, Relative Concentration Index(RCI). As results, Yokohama was identified as the best port city which can possibly give the meaningful guideline to Incheon port. The port-city is superior to that of Incheon in the area of port hinterland and varieties of business models. The port-city also has consistent policies on improvement of port and city functions.
South Korea and Japan's fishing Villages law and Sea Port law Analysis and the Development Direction of Fisherina
Yang, Young-Cheol ; Lee, Jae-Hyung ;
Journal of Navigation and Port Research, volume 36, issue 1, 2012, Pages 81~87
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2012.36.1.81
This study is enabled our country to compare and analyze Korea's and Japan's marina development related fishing villages in the sea ports, sea port law's systematical research, approved permissions, and operation related ordinance enactments. Henceforth, the results of the research regarding the fisherina development model appropriate for domestic circumstances are as follows. First, the fisherina must be developed in a way to create a new source of income in the fishing villages. The initial steps must be taken in improving the fishing industry and revitalizing the marine leisure sports. Second, there must be a development of a system to reduce its development costs. Third, the existing sea port's unused equipments must be developed in a remodeled form.