SHIPMA for fairway

Discussion in 'Software' started by douugvn, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. douugvn
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    The application of SHIPMA is primarily in port and fairway design, referring to both approach channels and inland waterways. According to PIANC a first estimate of the required channel width based on their methodology (computerised version freely available at MARIN/MSCN) has to be followed by ship manoeuvring simulations.


    These simulations give insight into the inherent possibilities and/or restrictions of vessels, infrastructure and environmental conditions including the effect of additional manoeuvring devices like bow- and stern thrusters and the role of tugs. Based on the insights gained, mitigations, if needed, of the infrastructure design (channel layout, manoeuvring basin and terminal layout) and/or the admittance policy can be proposed. In the final stage of the design the SHIPMA study can be followed by a study on a real-time simulator.
     
  2. viet_ntu
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    viet_ntu Junior Member

    hmmm vn - china !
     
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    And what would you like to tell us now?
     
  4. imrankhaled
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    imrankhaled Junior Member

    can anybody provide me the software SHIPMA
     
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    imrankhaled Junior Member

    anybody can provide free for research purpose?
     
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    Contact Marin and ask them what they can offer or facilitate.

    (I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for, but as a general note which may or may not be applicable to this thread: please don't use the forum to ask for or offer software outside legal licenses or terms set by the company/developer; this disrespects software developers, many of whom take time to answer questions here, would get the forum into trouble, and is against the TOS. Thanks for your understanding, and sorry if the request was misunderstood.)
     

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    I think this is a (strange?) way to make us all become interested for software we do not know. Well, if this is the case, they are succeeding.
     
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