Safety of Sea Transportation is the second of two Conference Proceedings of TransNav 2017, June 21-23 in Gdynia, Poland.

Safety of Sea Transportation will focus on the following themes:
Sustainability, intermodal and multimodal transportation
Safety and hydrodynamic study of hydrotechnical structures
Bunkering and fuel consumption
Gases emission, water pollution and environmental protection
Occupational accidents
Supply chain of blocks and spare parts
Electrotechnical problems
Ships stability and loading strength
Cargo loading and port operations
Maritime Education and Training (MET)
Human factor, crew manning and seafarers problems
Economic analysis
Mathematical models, methods and algorithms
Legal aspects

chapter 1|3 pages

Safety of Sea Transportation Introduction

ByA. Weintrit, T. Neumann

part |24 pages

Sustainability, Intermodal and Multimodal Transportation

chapter 2|5 pages

Sustainability – Towards a New Consciousness

ByM. Denc

chapter 3|4 pages

Informational Provision of Risk Management in Maritime and Multimodal Transportation

ByS.S. Moyseenko, L.E. Meyler

chapter 5|6 pages

Analysis of Infrastructure Ports and Access Road and Rail to Tri-City Seaport

ByM. Ziemska, P. Szumacher

part |46 pages

Safety and Hydrodynamic Study of Hydrotechnical Structures

chapter 6|7 pages

Hydrodynamic Study of Nautical and Shore Protection Structures in Santos Bay, Brazil

ByP. Alfredini, E. Arasaki, J.C.M. Bernardino, H.L. Puia, G. Silva, R.C. Prats

chapter 7|5 pages

Safety of Ships Moored to Quay Walls

ByV. Paulauskas, D. Paulauskas, B. Placiene, R. Barzdziukas

chapter 8|6 pages

Tools for Evaluation Quay Toe Scouring Induced by Vessel Propellers in Harbour Basins During the Docking and Undocking Manoeuvring

ByM. Castells, F.X. Martínez De Osés, A. Martín, A. Mujal-Colilles, X. Gironella

chapter 9|6 pages

Ship Fuel Consumption Prediction under Various Weather Condition Based on DBN

ByX.Q. Shen, S.Z. Wang, T. Xu, C.J. Shi, B.X. Ji

chapter 11|8 pages

The Literature Review: Bunkering and Bunkering Decisions

ByC. Sevgili, Y. Zorba

part |58 pages

Gases Emission, Water Pollution and Environmental Protection

chapter 12|4 pages

Coastal Dynamics and Danger of Chemical Pollution of Southeast Sector of the Azov Sea

ByN.A. Bogdanov, A.N. Paranina, R. Paranin

chapter 13|5 pages

A New Vision to Monitoring Tank Cleaning

ByM. Panaitescu, F.V. Panaitescu, V.A. Panaitescu, L. Martes

chapter 14|7 pages

Oil Spill Modelling with Pisces II Around Bay of Izmir

ByA.C. Toz, B. Koseoglu, C. Sakar

chapter 15|7 pages

Evaluating Air Emission Inventories and Indicators from Ferry Vessels at Ports

ByG. De Melo Rodriguez, J.C. Murcia-Gonzalez, E. Martin-Alcalde, S. Sauri

chapter 16|4 pages

The Structural Types of Oil Spill Response Organizations: the Comparisons of Countries on Oil Spill Response Operations

ByE. Kan, A.C. Töz, T. Olgaç, O. Bayazit, Ö. Tezcan

chapter 17|8 pages

The Concept of “Green Ship”: New Developments and Technologies

ByE. Qakır, C. Sevgili, R. Fışkın, A.Y. Kaya

chapter 18|8 pages

Noise Reduction in Railway Traffic as an Element of Greening of Transport

ByJ. Kozyra, Z. Łukasik, A. Kuśmińska-Fijałkowska

chapter 19|8 pages

Noise in Road Transport as a Problem in European Dimension

ByA. Kuśmińska-Fijałkowska, Z. Łukasik, J. Kozyra

part |14 pages

Occupational Accidents

chapter 20|5 pages

Investigation of Occupational Accidents on Board with Fuzzy AHP Method

ByÜ. Özdemir, I. Altinpinar, F.B. Demirel

chapter 21|6 pages

A Research on Occupational Accidents Aboard Merchant Ships

ByE. Çakır, S. Paker

part |20 pages

Supply Chain of Blocks and Spare Parts

chapter 22|6 pages

Simulation-based Modeling of Block Assembly Area at Shipyards

ByM. Özkök, İ.H. Helvacıoğlu

chapter 24|4 pages

Modelling of Short Sea Shipping Tanker in Black Sea

ByE. Kose, M. Ozkok, E. Demirci, E. Peşman

part |40 pages

Electrotechnical Problems

chapter 26|6 pages

Increasing Energy Efficiency of Commercial Vessels: by Using LED Lighting Technology

ByE. Eyüboğlu, S. Yıldız, Ö. Uğurlu, U. Yıldırım, F.B. Demirel

chapter 27|6 pages

Electromagnetic Compatibility of the Radio Devices in Maritime Shipping

ByZ. Łukasik, T. Ciszewski, Z. Olczykowski, J. Wojciechowski

part |18 pages

Ships Stability and Loading Strength

part |22 pages

Cargo Loading and Port Operations

chapter 33|5 pages

A Comparison of Loading Conditions Effects on the Vertical Motions of Turret-Moored FPSO

ByS.A. Erkurtulmus, E. Peşman, H. Copuroglu

chapter 34|6 pages

The Analysis of Container Vessel Service Efficiency in the Aspect of Berth and Handling Equipment Usage in Polish Ports

ByA. Kaizer, L. Smolarek, E. Ziajka, K. Krośnicka

chapter 35|8 pages

Development Investments at Container Terminals in the Case of Cargo Congestion

ByM. Truszczyński, A. Pezała

part |21 pages

Maritime Education and Training (MET)

part |40 pages

Human Factor, Crew Manning and Seafarers Problems

chapter 40|6 pages

Human Reliability Analysis of a Pilotage Operation

ByJ. Emstsen, S. Nazir, B.K. Roed

chapter 41|3 pages

Supporting Seafarer and Family Well-being in the Face of Traumatic Events: A Before, During and After Model

ByA. Dimitrevich, S. Welch, V. Torskiy, D.C. Seyle

chapter 42|5 pages

Grey List Danger of Turkish Flagged Vessels

ByU. Yildinm, O. Ugurlu, S. Yildiz

chapter 43|5 pages

Finding a Balance: Companies and New Seafarers Generation Needs and Expectations

ByV. Sencila, G. Kalvaitiene

chapter 44|3 pages

On the Connection between Teamwork and Political Correctness Competence Provision for the Seafarers

ByZ. Bezhanovi, N. Vasadze, M. Abashidze, L. Khardina

chapter 45|4 pages

Evaluation of Occupational Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease in Romanian Seafarers

ByL. Hanzu-Pazara, R. Hanzu-Pazara, G. Raicu

part |20 pages

Economic Analysis

chapter 46|10 pages

Economic Analysis of Introducing Free Public Transport

ByJ. Mikulski

chapter 47|8 pages

Economic Analysis of A Vessel In Service Equipped with an LNG Fueled Ship Engine

ByM. Bayraktar, M. Nuran

part |49 pages

Mathematical Models, Methods and Algorithms

chapter 48|8 pages

Safety Analysis of a New and Innovative Transhipping Concept: a Comparison of two Bayesian Network Models

ByL. Clarke, G. Macfarlane, I. Penesis, J. Duffy, S. Matsubara, R. Ballantyne

chapter 50|6 pages

A Method of Assessing the Safety of Technical Systems of the Ship

ByW. Nowakowski, Z. Lukasik, J. Wojciechowski

chapter 51|7 pages

Reliability Assessment of Vessel’s Main Engine by Combining Markov Analysis Integrated with Time Dependent Failures

ByM. Anantharaman, F. Khan, V. Garaniya, B. Lewarn

chapter 52|6 pages

Method of Vehicle Routing Problem with Fuzzy Demands

ByT. Neumann

chapter 53|6 pages

Logistical Approach to a Fishing-Industrial Complex Functioning

ByS.S. Moyseenko, L.E. Meyler

part |28 pages

Legal Aspects

chapter 55|6 pages

Legal Issues Concerning the UN Convention on the Conditions for Registration of Ships (1986)

ByE. Xhelilaj, K. Lapa, L. Danaj

chapter 56|6 pages

Development of Competencies when Taking into Consideration Nowadays Challenges Inside Organizations

ByA. Duse, C. Varsami, R. Hanzu-Pazara, P. Arsenie, L. Hanzu-Pazara

chapter 57|5 pages

Investigation of the Piracy Causes: an Quantitative Research

ByU. Ozdemir, M.S. Cetin

chapter 58|8 pages

The Lusitania Tragedy: Crime or Conspiracy?

ByE. Doyle

part |11 pages


chapter 59|6 pages

Current Challenges within Security Systems at International Airports

ByG. Nowacki, B. Paszukow

chapter 60|3 pages

Ecological Aspects Associated with an Operation of Aviation Electronic Support Systems

ByM. Dzunda, D. Cekanova, L. Cobirka, P. Zak, P. Dzurovcin