Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation: Maritime Transport & Shipping, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

Maritime Transport & Shipping, 1st Edition

Edited by Adam Weintrit, Tomasz Neumann

CRC Press

320 pages

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The TransNav 2013 Symposium held at the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland in June 2013 has brought together a wide range of participants from all over the world. The program has offered a variety of contributions, allowing to look at many aspects of the navigational safety from various different points of view. Topics presented and discussed at the Symposium were: navigation, safety at sea, sea transportation, education of navigators and simulator-based training, sea traffic engineering, ship's manoeuvrability, integrated systems, electronic charts systems, satellite, radio-navigation and anti-collision systems and many others.This book is part of a series of four volumes and provides an overview of Transport and Shipping and is addressed to scientists and professionals involved in research and development of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.

Table of Contents

Maritime Transport & Shipping. Introduction

A. Weintrit & T. Neumann

Chapter 1. Pollution at Sea, Cargo Safety, Environment Protection and Ecology

1.1. Overview of Maritime Accidents Involving Chemicals Worldwide and in the Baltic Sea

J.M. Häkkinen & A.I. Posti

1.2. Factors Affecting Operational Efficiency of Chemical Cargo Terminals: A Qualitative Approach

T.A. Gülcan, S. Esmer, Y. Zorba & G. Sengönül

1.3. The Parameters Determining the Safety of Sea Transport of Mineral Concentrates

M. Popek

1.4. Determination of the Fire Safety of Some Mineral Fertilizers (3)

K. Kwiatkowska-Sienkiewicz, P. Kutta & E. Kotulska

1.5. The Ecological Hovercraft – Dream or Reality!

Z.T. Pagowski & K. Szafran

1.6. Response to Global Environment Education for Disaster Risk Management: Disaster Preparedness of JBLFMU-Molo, Philippines

R.A. Alimen, R.L. Pador & C.D. Ortizo

1.7. Marine Environment Protection through CleanSeaNet within Black Sea

S. Berescu

1.8. Phytoplankton Diversity in Offshore, Port and Ballast Water of a Foreign Vessel in Negros Occidental, Philippines

B.G.S. Sarinas, M.L.L. Arcelo & L.D. Gellada

1.9. Study of Trawling Impacts on Diversity and Distribution of Gastropods Communities in North of Persian Gulf Fishing Area

M. Shirmohammadi, B. Doustshenas, A. Savari, N. Sakhaei & S. Dehghan Mediseh

Chapter 2. Gas and Oil Transportation

2.1. Future Development of Oil Transportation in the Gulf of Finland

O-.P. Brunila & J. Storgard

2.2. Possibilities for the Use of LNG as a Fuel on the Baltic Sea

S. Jankowski

2.3. Identification of Hazards that Affect the Safety of LNG Carrier During Port Entry

P. Gackowski & A. Gackowska

2.4. The Mooring Pattern Study for Q-Flex Type LNG Carriers Scheduled for Berthing at Ege Gaz Aliaga LNG Terminal

S. Nas, Y. Zorba & E. Ucan

2.5. Natural Gas as Alternative Fuel for Vessels Sailing in European Waters

J. Pawelski

Chapter 3. Sea Port and Harbours Development

3.1. The Future of Santos Harbour (Brazil) Outer Access Channel

P. Alfredini, E. Arasaki, A.S. Moreira, C.P. Fournier, P.S.M. Barbosa & W.C. Sousa Jr.

3.2. Port Safety; Requirements & Economic Outcomes

M.A. Hassanzadeh

3.3. Method of Assessment of Insurance Expediency of Quay Structures’ Damage Risks in Sea Ports

M.Ya. Postan & M.B. Poizner

3.4. Solid Waste Management: Compliance, Practices, Destination and Impact among Merchant Vessels Docking in Iloilo Ports

B.G.S. Sarinas, L.D. Gellada, M.M. Magramo & D.O. Docto

3.5. Keeping a Vigilant Eye: ISPS Compliance of Major Ports in the Philippines

R.R. Somosa, D.O. Docto, M.R. Terunez, J.R.P. Flores, V. Lamasan & M.M. Magramo

3.6. The Using of Extruded Fenders in Yachts Ports

W. Galor

3.7. The Positive Implications for the Application of the International Ship & Port Facility Security and its Reflects on Saudi’s Ports

A. Elentably

Chapter 4. Dynamic Positioning and Offshore Technology

4.1. Verifications of Thrusters Number and Orientation in Ship’s Dynamic Positioning Systems

J. Herdzik

4.2. Underwater Vehicles’ Applications in Offshore Industry

K.A. Wróbel

4.3. Coordinated Team Training for Heavy Lift and Offshore Crane Loading Teams

A. Oesterle & C. Bornhorst

4.4. A Proposal of International Regulations for Preventing Collision between an Offshore Platform and a Ship

P. Zhang

4.5. Other than Navigation Technical Uses of the Sea Space

Z. Otremba

Chapter 5. Container Transport

5.1. Development of Container Transit from the Iranian South Ports with a Focus on the International North South Transport Corridor

M. Haghighi, T. Hassangholi Pour, H. Khodadad Hossani & H. Yousefi

5.2. Green Waterborne Container Logistics for Ports

U. Malchow

5.3. The Concept of Modernization Works Related to the Capability of Handling E Class Container Vessels in the Port Gdynia

K. Formela & A. Kaizer

5.4. Container Transport Capacity at the Port of Koper, Including a Brief Description of Studies Necessary Prior to Expansion

M. Perkovic, E. Twrdy, M. Batista & L. Gucma

Chapter 6. Intermodal Transport

6.1. Overview of Intermodal Liner Passenger Connections within Croatian Seaports

V. Stupalo, N. Jolic & M. Bukljaš Skocibušic

6.2. Concept of Cargo Security Assurance in an Intermodal Transportation

T. Eglynas, S. Jakovlev, M. Bogdevi□□ius, R. Didžiokas A. Andziulis & T. Lenkauskas

Chapter 7. Propullsion and Mechanical Engineering 7.1. Diagnostic and Measurement System for Marine Engines’

A. Charchalis

7.2. Develop a Condition Based Maintenance Model for a Vessel’s Main Propulsion System and Related Subsystems

M. Anantharaman & N. Lawrence

7.3. Experimental Analysis of Podded Propulsor on Naval Vessel

M.P Abdul Ghani, O. Yaakob, N. Ismail, A.S.A Kader, A.F Ahmad Sabki & P. Singaraveloo

7.4. Modern Methods of the Selection of Diesel Engines Injector Nozzles Parameters

M. Idzior

7.5. The Assessment of the Application of the CFD Package OpenFOAM to Simulating Flow Around the Propeller

T. Gornicz & J. Kulczyk

7.6. On the Characteristics of the Propulsion Performance in the Actual Sea

J. Kayano, H. Yabuki, N. Sasaki & R. Hiwatashi

7.7. Engine Room Simulator (ERS) Training Course: Practicability and Essentiality Onboard Ship

R.A. Alimen

7.8. Contribution to Treatment System Deformed Highlighted a Network Connection Point of Medium and High Voltage

V. Ciucur

Chapter 8. Hydrodynamics and Ship Stability

8.1. Prognostic Estimation of Ship Stability in Extreme Navigation Conditions

S. Moiseenko, L. Meyler & O. Faustova

8.2. The Values and Locations of the Hydrostatic and Hydrodynamic Forces at Hull of the Ship in Transitional Mode

O.O. Kanifolskyi

8.3. Contrary Hydrodynamical Interactions Between the Model and Prototype of Boats

A. Salci

8.4. New Methods of Measuring the Motion (6DOF) and Deformation of Container Vessels in the Sea

D. Kowalewski, F. Heinen & R. Galas

8.5. Hybrid Bayesian Wave Estimation for Actual Merchant Vessels

T. Iseki, M. Baba & K. Hirayama

8.6. Modelling Studies of the Roll and the Pitch Training Ship

W. Mironiuk & A. Pawledzio

8.7. The Dynamic Heeling Moment Due to Liquid Sloshing in Partly Filled Wing Tanks for Varying Rolling Period of Seagoing Vessels

P. Krata, J. Jachowski, W. Wawrzynski & W. Wieckiewicz

8.8. Safety Studies for Laker Bulker Trans-pacific Delivery Voyage

G. Mazerski

Author index

About the Editors

Adam Weintrit is a Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Navigation (since 2008) of Gdynia Maritime University, Poland and the Head of the Navigational Department (since 2003). He was also Head of the Electronic Navigational Charts and ECDIS Simulator (1996-2010).

He has got M.Sc degree from Gdynia Maritime University, Faculty of Navigation (1985), Ph.D and DSc degree (1992) and habilitation degree (2004) from Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography. He has over 25 years experience in teaching and research works in the field of maritime navigation, sea transport, hydrography, cartography, geodesy and safety at sea. He has been involved in national projects founded by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, several local projects founded by GMU and has also co-operated in few international projects, including European Union projects and he received 3 grants of the IAMU founded by the Nippon Foundation (including two as a project leader).

He has published more than 250 reports and papers in journals and conference proceedings. He is author of 18 books on navigation, including 5 handbooks on ECDIS and electronic charts. He has many times been the member of the program and organising committees of international conferences and symposiums. He is Chairman of TransNav.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM051240
COMPUTERS / Software Development & Engineering / Systems Analysis & Design
TEC009020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Civil / General
TEC009160
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Civil / Transport
TEC017000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Health & Safety
TEC036000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems