Marsim 2018 Proceedings

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Author Country Title Topic
01 Aksel David Nordholm Norway Applications of Simulation and Adoption of New Function Areas to DNV GL Standard for Certification of Maritime Simulator Systems SIM
02 Serge Sutulo Portugal Comparative Testing of an Identification Method based on the Genetic and ABC Algorithms MOD
03 Hironori Yasukawa Japan Effect of Load Condition on Zig-Zag Manoeuvres of a VLCC in Adverse Weather Conditions MOD
04 Maciej Reichel Poland Rudder-Equivalent Pod Propulsor Helm Angles for a Gas Carrier MOD
05 Jong Yong Park Korea 3 A Study on Manoeuvrability of KLVCC2 by Indoor Free Running Model Test in Calm Water MOD
06 Li Longhao China Research on Ship's Squat by the Effect of Swell in Marine Simulator SIM
07 Rodrigo Barrera Brazil Offline Vector Tugs Actuation Model (an Efficiency Analysis of Towage Forces during Pull Operations) MOD/SIM
08 Dong Jin Kim Korea 4 Turning Characteristics of KVLCC2 in Regular Head and Beam Waves SIM
09 Junsheng Ren China Locally Weighted Learning Identification Modeling for Ship Maoeuvering Motion with Reduced Computational Complexity SIM
10 R.P. Higgins USA Trends in Maritime Simulation Display SIM
11 Subhashis Nandy India Electronic Control of Marine Cycloidal Propellors: Modelling and Simulation Studies MOD/SIM
12 Jialun Liu China Ship Course Control Based on BAS Self-Optimizing PID Algorithm MOD/SIM
13 Feng Ma China Design and Application of Multi-function Marine Simulators for the Future SIM
14 Jialun Liu China Impacts of Rudders on the Performance of a Benchmark Inland Vessel in the Rhine MOD/SIM
15 Raul Redondo Spain The Influence of Wave Drift Force Coefficients in Assessment of Navigable Areas of Ports and Harbours Exposed to High Waves MOD
16 Changyuan Chen Belgium Intelligent Control Strategies Used in Fast Time Ship Manoeuvring Simulations SIM
17 Sin Der Lee China (Taiwan) Design and Experiment of the New Type Parallel Correction Guidance Autopilot System MOD/SIM
18 Zao-jian Zhou China Navigation Safety Analysis Based on Ship Squat Calculations MOD
19 Akiko Uchino Japan Effective Lookout by Decreasing the Workload Factor for Achieving Safe Navigation SIM
20 Hiroaki Kobayashi Japan Proposal for Progress of Full Automation of Ship Handling SIM
21 Dong Jin Yeo Korea 1 A Study on the Effect of Heel Angle on Manoeuvring Characteristics of KCS MOD
22 Dennis Webb USA Advantages of Ship Simulation Screening: Port of Long Beach (CA) Case Study SIM
23 Kunhang Yun Korea 2 An Experimental Study on the Turning Characterstics of KCS with CG Variations MOD
24 Jeroen Verwilligen Belgium Squat Formula for Cape-Size Bulk Carriers Based on Towing Tank Results and Full-Scale Measurements MOD
25 Felix Dahms Germany Machinery Simulator with Prediction of Fuel cCnsumption and Emissions in Transient Operation SIM
26 Felipe Marino Moreno Brazil Metocean Data Clustering for Real-Time Manoeuvering Simulations SIM
27 Mathias Tenzer Germany Investigation of Safety and Ease of Traffic on the River Danube by Real-Time Simulations SIM
28 Hyeon Kyu Yoon Korea Component Units, Interfaces and SW Modelling for Motion of a Small Leisure Boat Simulator MOD/SIM
29 Sun Young Kim Korea Development of USV Base Station Simulator and Usability Test of USV Base Station SIM
30 Garland Hardy Canada Mandating the Use of Simulation as a Policy Development and Procedural Implementation Tool for British Columbia Ports and Waterways SIM
31 Rebecca Thistle Canada Training to Target Ice Management Performance Using Simulators SIM
32 Randy Billard Canada Assessing Lifeboat Coxswain Emergency Preparedness Using Simulation SIM
33 Owen Brine Canada Enhancing Simulation Training Ecosystems through an Instructor-Focused Approach SIM
34 Karan Bhawsinka Netherlands Developing Pilotage Plans on Bridge Simulators: Methodology, Benefits and Challenges SIM
35 Jeff MacNabb Canada Port Saint John West Side Terminals Modernization Project, 3D Hydrodynamic Modelling and Navigation Simulations MOD/SIM
36 Claus Bornhorst Germany Fast-Time-Simulation as a Feature for Enhanced Training in connection with Rheinmetall's ANS 6000 Ship Handling Simulator SIM
37 Prasad Patil India On the Ship Navigation in Geodetic Frame MOD
38 Shinya Nakamura Japan Study on Automatic Collision Avoidance Manoeuvre Using Full Mission Simulator SIM
39 Wibbo Hofman Netherlands The Use of Simulators in the Polar Code Training Program at Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz SIM
40 Stephen Cross Netherlands Simulare Necesse Est: Improving Safety and Economy in Shipping Operations SIM
41 Wendie Uitterhoeve Netherlands The Dutch Perspective on the Use of Simulators and Sea Time Reduction in Maritime Education and Training SIM
42 Bruce Fuchs USA Development of Generic Ship Models MOD