EXTENDING TRANSIT WINDOWS AND VESSEL DRAFTS IN PORT BOTANY USING A NEXT GENERATION, PHYSICS-BASED OPERATIONAL SYSTEM
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Mortensen, S., & Holliday, P. (2020). EXTENDING TRANSIT WINDOWS AND VESSEL DRAFTS IN PORT BOTANY USING A NEXT GENERATION, PHYSICS-BASED OPERATIONAL SYSTEM. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), management.4. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.management.4

Abstract

Servicing the largest population centre in Australia, Port Botany is vital to the economic wellbeing of Sydney and New South Wales. The channel entrance is often subject to energetic Pacific Ocean swell, moderate tides and occasionally severe winds. In August 2019, the Port Authority of NSW (PANSW) adopted the NCOS ONLINE system to provide enhanced decision support for under keel clearance management of deep drafted vessels in Port Botany. The technical framework and real-life application of the physics-based operational system NCOS ONLINE is presented in this paper.

Recorded Presentation from the vICCE (YouTube Link): https://youtu.be/uPvX_0DNjRo
https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.management.4
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References

Mortensen, Thomsen, Harkin, Shanmugasundaram, Simonsen, Nave (2018) Web-Based Operational System for Optimising Ship Traffic in Depth Constrained Ports, 34th PIANC World Congress, Panama City, Panama.

Harkin, Harkin, Suhr, Mortensen, Tree, Hibberd (2018) Validation of a 3D under keel clearance model with full-scale measurements, 34th PIANC World Congress, Panama City, Panama.

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