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Journal of Navigation and Port Research

Print ISSN: 1598-5725
Online ISSN: 2093-8470

  • 2,802 An Empirical Study on the Determinants of the Debt Repayment Capability of Shipping Firms in Recession
    2,487 A Study on Securing a Stable GM for Each Ship Type Considering the Ship's Operating Status
    2,230 Design and Assessment of Reliquefaction System According to Boil Off Gas Reliquefaction Rate of Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier
    1,000 A Study on Development of Machine-readable Platform for S-100 ECDIS
    1,536 Forecasting the Volume of Imported Passenger Cars at PyeongTaek·Dangjin Port Using System Dynamics

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