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Journal of Navigation and Port Research 2020;44(6):501-508.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5394/KINPR.2020.44.6.501    Published online December 31, 2020.
잠수함 지원업무 요구일정과 부두 가용자원을 고려한 선석할당계획
최지원1, 최인찬2
1고려대학교 석사과정생
2고려대학교 산업경영공학과 교수
Requirements for Berth-Allocation Planning When Taking Pier-Available Resources and Submarine Support Service Request Schedules into Account
Ji-Won Choi1, In-Chan Choi2
1Student, Graduate School of Korea University, Korea
2Professor, Dept of Industrial Management Engineering, Korea University, Korea
Correspondence:  In-Chan Choi,
Email: ichoi@korea.ac.kr
Received: 9 November 2020   • Revised: 27 November 2020   • Accepted: 3 December 2020
His paper looks more closely at the Republic of Korea’s (ROK) Navy submarine berth-allocation strategies, with the study’s results ultimately resulting in the proposition of an integer programming model. Current submarine berth-allocation planning problems include the need for more minimal berth-shifting and general support service failures, as a lack of efficient submarine berth-allocation often leads to submarines unable to receive the support service they need due to the inadequacy of their assigned berths. Currently, the ROK Navy allocates berths by only taking available reserve resources and the full-capacity limits of support services into account. This paper expands upon this strategy, and proposes a model which would allow for submarine berth allocation planning to also take submarine support service scheduling into account, allowing for more efficient and timely submarine servicing. This proposed model in turn minimizes berth shifting, support service failures, and allows for full coordination with the submarine support service request schedule. The construction of this model was carried out through data gathered on the ROK Navy’s fleets and forces, allowing for a more nuanced analysis of existing issues with submarine berth-allocation planning.
Key Words: berth allocation, maritime logistics, integer programming, submarine servicing, navy port maintenance procedures
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