Lecture10-Layout-of-Ports

Lecture10-Layout-of-Ports - TTETTE- 6755 Port Planning and...

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TTE TTE- 6755 Port Planning and Development 6755 Port Planning and Development Lecture #10 The Layout of Ports - Land-side infrastructure. - Wharves and quays. - Facilities. - Throough-put. L. Prieto-Portar 2009
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Port of Jacksonville A fractured port layout.
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Port of Los Angeles A compact port layout.
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Port of Los Angeles.
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Port of Hamburg
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Preliminary Layout Criteria. 1) Determine the factors having the strongest influence on ship maneuverability. 2) Compare alternative designs based on nautical safety and efficiency; admittance based on tidal, wind or wave constraints, like bank suction. 3) Propose alternative layouts. 4) Determine required operational procedures and strategies including tug assistance (although the latter is diminished with the use of azi-pods and thrusters). 5) Navigational considerations: buoys, beacons, leading lights, etc. 6) Establish transfer distances and costs. 7) Estimate maximum berth sizes and storage area utilization.
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The Usual Design Team. - Designers : Civil engineers, naval architects and nautical experts. - Administrators: Harbor and government authorities. - Nautical Users: Harbor Masters, pilots and captains. Necessity of use, business drives innovatives, ingenious solutions.
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Site Area. 1) Site selection : best geographical location based on the elements and depths 2) Best layout based on type and extent of required characteristics and facilities. 3) Nature of the port and the services it must provide. 4) Transportation needs and traffic flow. ) hrough ut nd storage needs. 5) Through-put and storage needs. 6)
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