SIMULATION MODEL FOR HARBOR VERIFICATION AND MANAGMENT

Sebastian Solari, Antonio Moñino, Asunción Baquerizo, Miguel Angel Losada

Abstract


This work presents an integrated model for harbor verification and management. The model is based on simulation techniques and includes a queuing system for waiting time calculations and estimates failure probabilities. Within the model, climatic agents (wave, currents, etc.) are transformed in order to know their values at any subset of the system, and the response of the ship to the different agents is computed, in order to estimate failure probability during transits. The model is applied to a case study, at the Bay of Cádiz Harbor, Spain, and some example applications are show.

Keywords


simulation; Level III verification; Harbor management

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