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Eskafi, Majid (author), Fazeli, Reza (author), Dastgheib, Ali (author), Taneja, P. (author), Ulfarsson, Gudmundur F. (author), Thorarinsdottir, Ragnheidur I. (author), Stefansson, Gunnar (author)
Multiple stakeholders with a wide range of objectives are engaged in a port system. Ports themselves are faced with many uncertainties in this volatile world. To meet stakeholder objectives and deal with uncertainties, adaptive port planning is increasingly being acknowledged. This method offers robust planning, and thereby, a sustainable and...
journal article 2019
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Shareef, A. (author), Taneja, P. (author), Van Schuylenburg, M. (author)
The Maldives is a Small Island Developing State which depends on sea-borne transport connectivity for trade and inclusive nationwide growth. The high international freight costs to its small domestic market are aggravated by deficiencies in services and capacity in the Port of Male', the sole maritime gateway to the country. Male' City is the...
conference paper 2019
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Eskafi, Majid (author), Fazeli, Reza (author), Dastgheib, Ali (author), Taneja, P. (author), Ulfarsson, Gudmundur F. (author)
poster 2018
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Taneja, P. (author), Vellinga, T. (author)
In the present turbulent environment, adaptability and robustness belong under the overarching definition of sustainability. Sustainable infrastructures should not only achieve economic, environmental, and social objectives, but should be robust and adaptable under uncertainty. This paper examines the current guidelines for port development and...
conference paper 2018
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Iwamoto, K. (author), Hein, C.M. (author)
This is particularly true for the Japanese case, where civil engineering has played a major role in the country’s modernization and westernization since the mid-19th century. The design and engineering of Japanese ports from the 1870s to 1890s is a case in point. This contribution explores the degree to which civil engineering engaged with port...
conference paper 2018
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Taneja, P. (author)
Ports are beset with many uncertainties about their futures. They are confronted with new demands in terms of functions and scales, new external constraints, and changed expectations. The inability to adequately meet these demands can mean costly adaptations for a port, or loss of cargo and competitive position. A plausible reason is that the...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Taneja, P. (author), Ligteringen, H. (author), Walker, W.E. (author)
Recently, flexibility has received much attention from port researchers, designers, and managers. This is because the stability of the competitive environment of the past has been replaced by increasing uncertainty. The current economic crisis and the recent trends in ports and shipping sectors are causing port planners to rethink their approach...
journal article 2012
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Van Ham, J.C. (author)
Sea Ports are of vital importance to the Dutch economy. If port expansion is perceived necessary by the port authorities, they contact local public authorities (i.e. Mayor & Aldermen). Besides the authorities, most other stakeholders recognize port expansion as a basic need as well. Port planning is carried out according to the procedures of...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Kuipers, B. (author)
The current ‘great recession’ results in a break in the pattern of nearly five decades of continued growth in global container operations. The container system is one of the great enabling technologies behind the global economy. At the same time, the system has a number of serious drawbacks like large negative externalities, the empty box...
conference paper 2010
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Noli, A. (a.noli@modimar.it) (author), de Girolamo, Paolo (paolo.degirolamo@univaq.it) (author)
The geographical location makes the port of Livorno one of the most important in Italy. The port, in-fact, benefits of an extended network of roads and rails connecting it with the rest of Italy, and central and southern Europe as well. The history of Livorno and of its port is inextricably linked to that of Pisa and Florence, and to the...
conference paper 2010
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Taneja, P. (p.taneja@tudelft.nl) (author), Ligteringen, H. (h.ligteringen@tudelft.nl) (author), Walker, W.E. (w.e.walker@tudelft.nl) (author)
Recently, flexibility has received much attention from port researchers, designers, and managers. That is because the stability of the competitive environment of the past has been replaced by increasing uncertainty. The current economic crisis and the recent trends in ports and shipping sectors are causing port planners to rethink their approach...
conference paper 2010
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Ligteringen, H. (author)
Maritime transport, port functions, principles of integrated port planning, planning and design of a port's water areas, landside planning and design, container terminals.
lecture notes 1999
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Verhagen, H.J. (author)
Introductory lecture on policy analysis and decision making, with a focus on decision makers in ports and harbours.
conference paper 1998
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Wijnolst, N. (author), Van der Hoeven, H.B. (author), Kleijwegt, C.J. (author), Sjöbris, A. (author)
This book is not about the technology of a selfloading and unloading ship system, but about the constraints and conditions under which shortsea shipping can compete against other modes, on the level of transit time, frequency of departure, quality of service and of course, in price. The environmental benefits will be treated "pro-memorie" in...
book 1993
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Velsink, H. (author)
1. Maritime transport, means and commodities 3. Principles of integrated port planning 4. Planning and design of a port's water areas 5. Port terminals - introduction 6. Conventional general cargo terminals 7. Container terminals 8. Oil & liquid gas terminals 9. Dry bulk cargo terminals 10. Fishery ports 11. Marinas 12. Ports and terminals for...
lecture notes 1993
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Budiyono, X (author)
The main problem which will be solved in this study is that concerning the Main Public Terminal (MPT) capacity : berthing, cargo handling and cargo storage capacity within the time span of development plan, up to 2005. The objective of the development plan is then defined, i.e. to provide MPT the least-cost of port operation consisting of port...
report 1988
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Velsink, H. (author), Groenveld, R. (author)
Vervoersobjecten en vervoersmiddelen, nautical aspects of port planning, conventionele stukgoedafhandeling, beginselen van de havenplanning, visserijhavens, marinas, binnenhavens.
lecture notes 1985
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Anonymus, A. (author)
General handbook for the planning and development of ports in developing countries.
report 1985
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Groenveld, R. (author)
In the past usually the queueing theory was used to determine the number of berths and with that the quay length. This analytic method can be applied when it is acceptable to create a very simple model by schematization of the so called real life system. In most cases however it is not possible to schematize to such an extend that the model...
report 1983
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Groenveld, R. (author)
Every planning of a port development or design of a new harbour is confronted with the unique physical properties and related problems to be solved. On the other hand every port can be defined as a link in the transport chain involved in the transfer of cargo from one medium of transport to another. Every port and its connected transhipment...
report 1983
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