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Product Description:

Contents:


1 introduction

1.1 The important role of modern ports

1.2 Port and

its main components

1.3 Functions of modern ports

1.4 Classification of Ports

1.5 General information on port development

2 port operation and ships

2.1 Cargoes

2.1.1 Classification of cargoes

2.1.2 Workings of cargoes inside the ports

2.2 Port hinterland and port throughput

2.2.1 Port hinterland and foreland

2.2.2 Port throughput

2.3 Forecast of port throughput

2.3.1 Introduction

2.3.2 Delphi Forecasting

2.3.3 Time series forecasting

2.3.4 Grey Prediction

2.4 Ships

2.4.1 Introduction

2.4.2 Shipboard measurement

2.4.3 Ship types

2.4.4 The development of maritime ship

2.4.5 Shipping services and networks

3 investigation and analysis for port planning

3.1 Meteorological conditions

3.1.1 Wind

3.1.2 Rain and Fog

3.1.3 Ice

3.2 Oceanographic conditions

3.2.1 Tide

3.2.2 Waves

3.2.3 Currents

3.3 Estuary conditions

4 terminal and layout of quayside

4.1 Classification of terminals

4.1.1 By the function

4 1.2 By the layout

4.2 Scale of terminals

4.3 Determination of the optimum berth number

4.3.1 The calculation of optimum berth number

4.3.2 The application of queuing theory

4.4 Some suggestions for port operation management

4.4.1 Berth group

4.4.2 Handling productivity

4.4.3 The timing for increasing port capacity

4.5 Determination of berth scale

4.6 Typical layout for general cargo terminal

4.7 Typical layout for container terminal

4.7.1 Layout for container terminal water area

4.7 2 Layout for container terminal land area

4.8 Typical layout for dry bulk terminal

4.9 Typical layout for Ro/Ro berth

4.10 Typical layout for oil term nal

4.11 Typical layout for LPG/LNG terminal

4.12 Determination of berth surface elevation

5 harbor and breakwater

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Water depth

5.2.1 Components of water depth clearance and determinants

5.2.2 Water depth in berthing area

5.2.3 Water depth in approach channel

5.3 Channels

5.3.1 Channel Alignment

5.3.2 Channel width

5.4 Anchorage area and turning area

5.5 Standards for harbor tranquility

5.6 Layout of breakwater

5.7 Aids to navigation

6 landside facilities

6.1 Port railway

6.2 Road

6.3 Other facilities of port

7 port development planning

7.1 Port planning process

7.1.1 Primary planning

7.1.2 The port distribution planning

7.1.3 The general port planning

7.1.4 The port area planning

7.2 Port demand forecasting

7.3 Port site selection

7.3.1 The port location

7.3.2 The basic types of the port arrangement

7.3.3 The basic requirement for the port site selection

7.3.4 The port area and the urban area

7.4 Port zoning

7.4.1 Port zoning strategy

7.4.2 Port zoning procedure

7.5 Port financial evaluation

8 port environment assessment and pro1 ection

8.1 General introduction

8.2 Port environmental impact assessment

8.2.1 EIA of port construction projects

8.2.2 Environmental impact assessment of port planning

8.3 Environmental protection of domain coast

8.3.1 Domain coast environmental protect on

8.3.2 Ecological environment protection

9 characteristics of inland river ports

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Site selection

9.3 Terminals facilities

9.4 Layout of Inland River Port

9.4.1 Terminal surface and bottom elevation

9.4.2 Layout of the berth line

Appendix A Introduction to EDI

Appendix B A Note on Queuing Theory

Appendix C Logistics and Route Selection

Appendix D Vessel Arrival and Berthing Time Distribution

Appendix E National Plan for Coastal Port

Appendix F Port of New York ant New Jersey

Appendix G Special Economic Zone, Free Trade Zone and Free Port

References

Product Details

Author Chen Yimei

Publisher Southeast University publishing house

Isbn 9787564118969, 7564118962

Published November 2009

Pages 214

Size 16K

Edition First

Format Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper



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