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Peng Yun

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Gender:Female
Alma Mater:大连理工大学
Degree:Doctoral Degree
School/Department:水利工程学院
Discipline:Port, Coastal and Offshore Engineering
Business Address:综合实验三号楼410
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E-Mail:yun_peng@dlut.edu.cn
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Simulation research on the influence of special ships on waterway through capacity for a complex waterway system: a case study for the Port of Meizhou Bay

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First Author:Shang, Jianping

Correspondence Author:Wang, Wenyuan,Peng Yun,Tian, Qi,Tang, Ying,Guo, Zijian

Date of Publication:2021-02-02

Journal:SIMULATION-TRANSACTIONS OF THE SOCIETY FOR MODELING AND SIMULATION INTERNATIONAL

Volume:96

Issue:4

Page Number:387-402

ISSN No.:0037-5497

Key Words:Simulation; port management; waterway through capacity; the Port of Meizhou Bay

Abstract:The study of waterway through capacity for ports is a challenging problem due to the randomness and complexity of the waterway system, which needs to be analyzed by simulation technology. This paper quantitatively studies the influence of special ships on waterway through capacity and provides corresponding measures to improve waterway through capacity. The complex waterway system in the Port of Meizhou Bay is employed as a case study. Considering the actual conditions in the Port of Meizhou Bay, including the ships, berths, waterways, and natural conditions, a Simio-based simulation model is established. The real operation data from the Port of Meizhou Bay in 2015 are used to verify the correctness and effectiveness of the model. The simulation results show that special ships reduce the waterway through capacity by 4.9% and suggest that circumnavigation strategies that can be adopted after the extension and new construction of waterway systems can improve the waterway through capacity by 5.9%.