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Anonymous, A. (author)
US Congress directed the USACE Institute for Water Resources to submit to the Senate and House committees on appropriations a “report on how the Congress should address the critical need for additional port and inland waterways modernization to accommodate post-Panamax vessels.” This report fulfills that request. This report identifies capacity...
report 2012
Chen, S. (author)
This dissertation proposes strategies not only for modelling price behavior in the dry bulk market, but also for modelling relationships between economic and technical variables of dry bulk ships, by using modern time series approaches, Monte Carlo simulation and other economic techniques. The time series modelling techniques, described...
doctoral thesis 2011
Wijnolst, N. (author), Bartelds, M. (author)
Panamax bulk carriers form the largest homogeneous shiptype-group in the world fleet. The H. Clarkson database contained in 1994, 834 of these ships, in a dead-weight range of 50.000-76.000 tons. The dimensions of panamax vessels are restricted by the dimensions of the locks of the Panama Canal, especially the beam. Shipowners and shipyards have...
book 1995