Quantitative Assessment of Marine Traffic Environment by Using the Maneuvering Space Concept

by Akira Nagasawa, Maritime Safety Academy, Kure, Japan,
Shinya Nakamura, Maritime Safety Academy, Kure, Japan,
Yuji Onda, Maritime Safety Academy, Kure, Japan,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastlines of Japan II


In a coastal zone, it frequently becomes important to assess the influence of the constructions upon the marine traffic environment. Marine traffic is a man-machine system, and so not only a externally observable quantity but also a mental load on navigators should be evaluated to determine the feasible plans for keeping the marine traffic safety.

Subject Headings: Traffic safety | Seas and oceans | Water transportation | Risk management | Traffic management | Coastal environment | Construction management | Equipment and machinery

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