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International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water:

Bank Effects

The proceedings are made available via Rina and can be ordered with this order form. The final program can be downloaded here.

The list of participants can be downloaded here.

Wednesday, May 13 2009

9h00 10h00 Registration

 

10h00 11h00 Session I Chair: M. Vantorre Ghent University, Belgium

 

*      Conference opening speech (Alderman of the Port of Antwerp and Chairman of the Port Authority)

*      Keynote speech:

Some Experiences with Bank Effects and Ship Squat in Restricted Shallow Navigation Channels

L. Daggett Waterway Simulation Technology, Inc., US

 

11h00 11h30 coffee break

 

11h30 13h00 Session II Chair: L. Daggett Waterway Simulation Technology, Inc., US

 

1st technical session: Theme: Bank Effects I

*      Systematic Model Tests on Ship - Bank Interaction

E. Lataire Ghent University, Belgium

M. Vantorre Ghent University, Belgium

K. Eloot Flanders Hydraulics Research, Belgium

*      Comprehensive Vessel Hydrodynamics Model for Prediction of Maneuvering Forces, Sinkage, Mooring Forces and Coastal Impacts

S.W. Fenical Coast & Harbor Engineering, Inc., US

J.D. Carter Coast & Harbor Engineering, Inc., US

*      Comparison of bank effects on ship squat between experimental measurements and a numerical modelling system

P. Debaillon CETMEF, France

E. Lataire Ghent University, Belgium

M. Vantorre Ghent University, Belgium

 

13h00 14h00 Lunch

 

14h00 15h30 Session III Chair: A. Gronarz DST Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems, Germany

 

2nd technical session: Theme: Squat in Shallow Water

*      Ship Squat for Researchers, Masters and Pilots

C.B. Barrass International Maritime Consultant, UK

*      Sensitivity Study of PIANC Ship Squat Formulas

M.J. Briggs Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, US

*      Long Waves generated by Ships Sailing in Confined Waterways

P. Naaijen Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

15h30 16h00 coffee break

 

16h00 17h30 Session IV Chair: T. Blakeley RINA

 

3th technical session: Theme: Bank Effects II

*      Investigation of the Influence of a Vertical Wall on a Ship Moving with Drift Angle

A. Gronarz - DST Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems, Germany

*      Simulation of Ship Manoeuvring in Laterally Restricted Water

J. Duffy - Australian Maritime College, Australia

M. Renilson - Australian Maritime College, Australia

G. Thomas - Australian Maritime College, Australia

*      Research on Ship Dynamic of Large Containerships in Confined Fairways

K. Uliczka Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Germany

B Kondziella Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Germany

Thursday, May 14 2009

9h00 9h30 Registration

 

9h30 11h00 Session V Chair: B. Pettersen Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 

4th technical session: Theme: Capita Selecta of Shallow Water

*      Manoeuvring Behaviour of an LNG Vessel in a Restricted Waterway

A. Maimun Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

A. Priyanto Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Rahimudin Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

A.   Baidowi Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Nurcholis Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

*      Roll Motion of Containership in Shallow Water

E. Milanov Bulgarian Ship Hydrodynamics Centre (BSHC), Bulgaria

V. Chotukova Bulgarian Ship Hydrodynamics Centre (BSHC), Bulgaria

*      Study on the algorithm of collision avoidance for large container vessel in shallow confine waterway

N. Son Maritime and Ocean Engineering Research Institute (MOERI)/KORDI, Korea

Y. Furukawa Kyushu University, Japan

 

11h00 11h30 coffee break

 

11h30 13h00 Session VI Chair: K. Uliczka Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Germany

 

5th technical session: Theme: Bank Effects III

*      Numerical Simulation of the Viscous Flow around a Ship Undergoing Unsteady Berthing in Shallow Water

H.M. Wang School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Z.J. Zou School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, State Key Laboratory of Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Xi-Min Tian Marine Design & Research Institute of China, China

*      Evaluation of Ship-Bank and Ship-Ship Interaction Forces using 3D Panel Method

H. Yasukawa Hiroshima University, Japan

S. Kawamura Hiroshima University, Japan

S. Tanaka Hiroshima University, Japan

M. Sano Hiroshima University, Japan

*      Presentation of STS research and invitation for next conference

B. Pettersen Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 

13h00 14h30 Lunch and Transportation to Flanders Hydraulics Research

 

14h30 14h40 Opening word by F. Mostaert Director of Flanders Hydraulics Research

 

14h40 15h10 Knowledge Centre Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water (K. Eloot Coordinator of Nautical Research at Flanders Hydraulics Research)

 

15h10 17h10 Visit to Facilities

 

19h00 Conference dinner

Friday, May 15 2009

 

10h00 10h30 Registration

 

10h30 12h00 Session VII Chair: K. Eloot Flanders Hydraulics Research, Belgium

Workshop Group Discussion on Shallow Water Effects

 

*     Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water and the Role of the International Towing Tank Conference

*     Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water and PIANC Workgroup 49 activities

*     The Acceptance of Simulator Studies for Supporting Decisions in Accessibility Problems

*     Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water: Expectations of the Pilots

 

12h00 12h15 Conference closing

 

12h15 13h30 Lunch

 

13h30 18h00 Technical tour: Visit Port of Antwerp

Beverrent Diamanttechnieken Grimaldi group URS Waterwegen en Zeekanalen PSA HNN Technum MDK MBZ HVA Sidmar Promotie binnenvaart Vlaanderen

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