Siport21 presents four nautical feasibility projects in Spanish Coastal and Ports Conference

Siport21 has presented four projects in the 15 took place this week in Torremolinos (Malaga, Spain). They are related to nautical feasibility with the aim of improving nautical operations and safety in port infrastructures.

The first project is a review and update of the classification of different vessel typologies. So, it will be easier to select the adequate vessel -depending on her typology and dimensions- in order to carry out maritime-port engineering studies.

A specific methodology, developed by Siport21, to analyze nautical risks in LNG terminals, was the following project. The advantage of this methodology, based on simulation tools, is the optimization and accuracy of the results, compared to the traditional deterministic methods.

On the other hand, Siport21 has presented the reorganization of the berths of Marina Port Tarraco to permit the access of megayachts. This report has been necessary in order to achieve the Maritime and Port Authorities approval.

And finally, the company has shown an innovative tool developed for Algeciras Port. This innovative system tackles the interaction between physical environment, moored vessels and infrastructure in order to evaluate the reliability, functionality and operability of the port areas with regards to load transfer in CEPSA oil jetty.

Furthermore, a poster about mooring configuration of large cruise vessels and their impact in the bollards system of Cruise Terminal has been presented. This study was a consequence of the growth of these vessels, both in dimensions and number of calls.


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