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Slinger, J.H. (author), Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), van Dorsser, Cornelis (author)
It is being increasingly recognized that sustainable port development requires an integrated planning approach which includes working with nature, a stakeholder inclusive design and co-creation of values, as well as an adaptive design that can cope with future uncertainties without losing its functionality. The multi-disciplinary character of...
conference paper 2017
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Vellinga, T. (author), Slinger, J.H. (author), Taneja, P. (author), Vreugdenhil, H.S.I. (author)
Africa is on the rise and new ports are essential to unlock production and trade opportunities and enable future growth. A growing consensus recognizes the need for sustainable port development, aimed at finding the right balance between human, environmental and economic aspects. However, an integrated inter-disciplinary approach to sustainable...
conference paper 2017
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de Boer, W.P. (author), Slinger, J.H. (author), kangeri, arno (author), Taneja, P. (author), Vreugdenhil, H.S.I. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
Connecting to the trend of harmonization of port developments with nature, this paper presents a framework for the explicit inclusion of ecosystem based alternatives in the early planning and design stages of seaport developments. The framework aims to shift the focus from offsetting environmental impacts afterwards to avoidance and reduction of...
conference paper 2018
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Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Ros, R. (author)
Sustainability has become a high profile objective in all aspects of our lives, including the development of our infrastructures. Flexibility can enhance sustainability endeavors, yet its contribution is not clear to most. In this paper we investigate the role of flexibility in sustainable port development in order to promote its incorporation...
conference paper 2012
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Broesterhuizen, E.F.M. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Docters van Leeuwen, L. (author), Taneja, P. (author), Zwakhals, J.W. (author), Nijdam, M.H. (author)
Ports are known to be one of the most polluting sectors, and therefore provide an opportunity to reduce emission significantly. Until now, the attention has been given to reduction of emissions in transport and shipping. The scope of research must expand to include port infrastructures, which should be made more sustainable. In many industries,...
conference paper 2012
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Bellsolà Olba, X. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Port capacity from a traffic perspective has yet to be defined, but its measurement should allow the assessment of port infrastructures and the identification of their main constraints or bottlenecks. In this paper, we will present a review of link and network capacity definitions for different domains and new definitions for ports are...
conference paper 2014
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Blaauw, H.G. (author), Lindenberg, J. (author), Strating, J. (author), Vellinga, P. (author)
conference paper 1983
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Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Van Schuylenburg, M. (author)
A volatile environment, dynamic markets, and challenges created by new environmental and social consideration demand innovative solutions. Innovation is the implementation of ideas to create value. It promises ports resilience into the future. In this paper we trace some recent successful innovations in the Port of Rotterdam, and also...
conference paper 2012
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Zhou, Y. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Due to the increasing ship traffic flow in ports, maritime traffic safety has attracted much atten-tion. In addition to traffic flow, the ship safety in restricted waters is influenced by external navigational fac-tors (visibility, wind and current), encounter situations and human factors on board. In this paper, we investi-gate the effect of...
conference paper 2017
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Zhou, Y. (author), Weng, J. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
conference paper 2015
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Ros, R. (author), Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
The core business of a port is handling vessels and cargo. In addition a landlord Port Authority invests in development of port areas. However, in view of the new trends such as stakeholders interests related to environment and sustainability, it is can be wise to reexamine the business portfolio periodically. This applies especially if an...
conference paper 2012
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Zhou, Y. (author), Weng, J. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
Along with the development of the civil seaplane industry in China and all around the world, the number of seaplane piers in port areas will increase. As a consequence, the port traffic will not only increase, it will also become more heterogeneous, consisting of ships and seaplanes. This paper presents a simulation model to describe this mixed...
conference paper 2014
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Vellinga, P. (author)
doctoral thesis 1986
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Borst, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
Maasvlakte 2 (MV2) is the Port of Rotterdam Authority’s port extension project west of the existing Maasvlakte. The project area is 2,000 hectare gross of which 1,000 hectare is the net infrastructure. The first phase of the project is scheduled to be finished in mid-2013. Before operations for the project could begin, a stringent Environmental...
journal article 2012
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Prakoso, Andre (author), Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
As a national strategic project, the Port of Kuala Tanjung draws significant attention at national and international level. Considering the semi-greenfield nature of the port, the diverse set of stakeholders, and the prevailing disruptive trends in the world port business, a robust first-phase port layout is required to kick-start the project...
journal article 2018
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Borst, W. (author), Weerts, H. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Otte, A. (author)
This is the fourth and last of a series of articles describing the extensive monitoring related to the construction of Maasvlakte 2, Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. As far back as the 1990s during the first studies by the Main Port Rotterdam (PMR) project organisation for Maasvlakte 2 (MV2), archaeology was recognised as a subject of high...
journal article 2014
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Borst, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Van Tongeren, O. (author)
This is the second article in a series on the monitoring programme at Maasvlakte 2 in the Netherlands. The first article appeared in Terra et Aqua, number 129, December 2012 and described the framework of the monitoring of Maasvlakte 2 following the Environmental Impact Assessment and discussed the juvenile fish survey and the possible mismatch...
journal article 2013
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Bellsola Olba, X. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Port capacity is a relevant parameter to estimate the expected performance of a port facility. Many simulation models have been used to predict traffic in ports and waterways, but they do not include provisions for estimating the port’s capacity. The innovative method presented here determines a Port Network Traffic Capacity (PNTC) based on...
journal article 2015
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Heinis, F. (author), De Jong, C. (author), Ainslie, M. (author), Borst, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
The Port of Rotterdam is expanding to meet the growing demand to accommodate large cargo vessels. The construction of Maasvlakte 2 (MV2) started in September 2008. One of the licensing conditions is the monitoring of the underwater sound produced during its construction, with an emphasis on the establishment of acoustic source levels of the...
journal article 2013
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Ligteringen, H. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
journal article 2012
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