- 부산신항 VTS 서비스범위에 관한 연구
- Alternative Title
- A Study on the Establishment of New Busan Port VTS Service Area
- Publication Year
- 한국해양대학교 대학원
- Marine traffic volume has been increased and ships have gotten larger and faster because of the lift of trade barrier through WTO and the development of shipbuilding technology. On the other hand, the number of crew has been reduced owing to advanced satellite communication technology and modernized navigational equipments.
At present, Busan port suffers from serious lack of facilities and the accumulation of cargo and ships. As a result, new Busan port is under construction, which began at 1995 and aims at completing it by 2011. It will enlarge the role as the Hub Port of Northeast Asia of the 21st century and strengthen the competitiveness of Busan port.
It is expected that the form of ship navigation will be very complex and various because the new port will be opened gradually from 2006, and the traffic density will be increased accordingly. Therefore, ship navigation situations should be monitored by radar sites and the traffic control center that will begin service from 2006. And the VTS service area of new Busan port should be established to protect human life and marine environment by offering marine traffic information needed for safe navigation.
Accordingly, the author analyze the VTS situations, the service areas and the cases at leading harbors in developed countries. And the author study the traits of new Busan port, the volume of traffic, accident situations and the links with neighboring ports of Busan, Masan and Jinhae. In addition, this study examines several conditions and considerations about setting up VTS service areas.
Consequently, the VTS service area is suggested considering the location of neighboring ports, the connections and the ship moving situations. The east boundary extents to the boundary of Busan VTS service area which is Mokdo ～ Molunmal line, northwest boundary extents to the boundary of Masan/Jinhae VTS are, which is Mangwado ～ Udo line, and the south boundary extents including Jangseungpo port and Jisimdo ～Mokdo line.
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