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Advances in Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

1st Edition

Edited by Adam Weintrit, Tomasz Neumann

CRC Press

152 pages

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This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the 13th International Conference on Marina Navigation and Safety of Sea Transport and is addressed to scientists and professionals in order to share their expert knowledge, experience and research results concerning all aspects of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.

The Thirteen Edition of the most innovative World conference on maritime transport research is designed to find solutions to challenges in waterborne transport, navigation and shipping, mobility of people and goods with respect to energy, infrastructure, environment, safety and security as well as to economic issues.

Table of Contents

Advances in Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation. Introduction

A.Weintrit &T. Neumann

Chapter 1. Advances in Marine Navigation

1.1 Analysis of Primary Position Validation in ECDIS System

D. Šakan, S. Žuškin, D. Brˇci´c & S.Valˇci´c

1.2 Comparison between Simulator Modelled and Empirical Ship Squat Prediction

M. Baric, L. Grbic, R. Mohovic & D. Mohovic

1.3 Environmental Impact of New Maritime Routes Cadiz-Huelva-Algarve: Preliminary Study

D. Marín, E. Nebot, L.A. Fdez-Güelfo, D. Sales &A. Querol

1.4 Optimal Route Planning Algorithm for Coastal Ships Considering Ocean Environment and Grounding

W. Lee,W. Yoo, S.H. Ham &T. Kim

1.5 Probabilistic Modeling of Ship-bank Contacts Based on Manoeuvring Performance under Environmental Loads

H. Liu, N. Ma, X.C. Gu & L.P.Wu

1.6 Statistical Analysis of the Real Surface Currents andWind Parameters for the Szczecin Lagoon

L. Kasyk, M. Kijewska & K. Pleskacz

Chapter 2. Inland, Costal, Port and Offshore Innovations

2.1 A Novel Algorithm for Modeling Human Decision Making of Inbound Merchant Ships – A Case Study of the ShanghaiWaigaoqiao Phase IV Port

J. Xue, C.Z.Wu & P. van Gelder

2.2 Polar Plot Capability of a Tug in Indirect and Direct Mode of Escort Towing

J. Artyszuk

2.3 Use of Association Rules for Cause-effects Relationships Analysis of Collision Accidents in theYangtze River

B.Wu, J.H. Zhang, X.P. Yan &T.L. Yip

2.4 Vessel Traffic Services: Innovation, Adaptation, and Continued Relevance

G. Hanchrow

Chapter 3. New Perspective for Communication Systems

3.1 A Review of NAVDAT and VDES as Upgrades of Maritime Communication Systems

S.I. Bauk

3.2 Detained Vessels Under Paris MoU: Implementation of GMDSS

R.E. Rey-Charlo, F. Piniella & J.I. Alcaide

Chapter 4. Challenges in Safety of Sea Transportation

4.1 Analysis of Accidents During Maritime Transportation of Cargo Fumigated by Phosphine: Causes, Consequences, Prevention

E. Belobrov, V. Torskiy & G. Rangayeva

4.2 Application of the BPMN Models in Maritime Transport

M. Dramski

4.3 Mathematical Model of Hydrodynamic Characteristics on the Ship’s Hull for Any Drift Angles

O.F. Kryvyi & M.V. Miyusov

4.4 New Passenger Maritime Transport System for Gulf of Cadiz (ESPOmar PROJECT)

J.I. Alcaide, R. García Llave, F. Piniella &A. Querol

4.5 Ship Design Challenges for ESPOMAR Project: A Review of Available Methods

M.J. Legaz, A. Querol & B. Flethes

4.6 Study on Applying Numeric Modeling CFD for Fuel Injection Process of Common Rail System in Marine Diesel Engine

V. Quan Phan & H. Dang Tran

4.7 The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ BallastWater and Sediments: A RespectfulWay to Tackle the Problem of Aquatic Biodiversity in Maritime Transport

R. García Llave & J.I. Alcaide

4.8 Theoretical Research on Mass Exchange Between an Autonomous Transport Module and the Environment in the Process of Transport from the Seabed

W. Filipek & K. Broda

About the Editors

Adam Weintrit, Full Professor, DSc, PhD, FRIN, FNI, Master Mariner, is head of the Navigational Department (since 2003) and Dean of the Faculty of Navigation (2008-2016) of the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland. He received his M.Sc degree from Gdynia Maritime University, Faculty of Navigation (1985), DSc and PhD degree (1992) and habilitation degree (2004) from Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography. He has over 30 years’ experience in teaching and research works in the field of maritime navigation, sea transport, telematics, geomatics, hydrography, cartography, geodesy and safety at sea.

Adam has published more than 280 reports and papers in journals and conference proceedings and is the author of 18 books on navigation, including 5 handbooks on ECDIS and electronic charts and co-editor of 15 monographs. He is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal ofn Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (TransNav).

Tomasz Neumann is Assistant Professor at the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland. He received his M. Sc. degree from the University of Gdansk in 2007. He has co-authored several books on marine navigation and maritime transportation with Adam Weintritt and is Associate Editor of the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (TransNav).

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