Marine and Ocean
Massive growth in global GDP brings big opportunities to the marine industry and world trade continues to rise in line with economic expansion. The volume of seaborne trade could be double within 20 years. Oil and natural gas is expected to account for 60 per cent of global demand for energy in 20 years. Advances in technology will be the keys to meet the growing demand for energy from more diverse sources. Moreover, the offshore renewable energy area such as offshore wind energy, wave energy, tidal energy, etc. is recently growing rapidly. This indicates growing challenges and opportunities to produce offshore oil and gas, and offshore renewable energy. Growth in the world economy also results in concern for environmental impact due to marine activities. Group Marine & Ocean concerns for ocean, marine technology, marine environment, green shipping, ocean/offshore technology, geo-technology, offshore renewable energy, safety, and reliability. The Group M&O organises the following sessions in EKC 2017 Stockholm. • M&O Session 1: Maritime Safety and Environment (Room E8, 10.50 to 12.40, Thu. 27 July) • M&O Session 2: Advanced Ship Technology (Room E8, 13.30 to 15.20, Thu. 27 July) • M&O Session 3: Ocean and Offshore I (Room E8, 16.30 to 18.20, Thu. 27 July) • M&O Session 4: Ocean and Offshore II (Room E8, 10.50 to 12.40, Fri. 28 July) • M&O Session 5: Potential and Exploration of the Arctic (Room E5, 16.30 to 18.10, Fri. 28 July) • Poster Presentation Session I: Posters MO-01 ~ MO-06 (Hall 1, 15.30 to 16.15, Thu. 27 July) • Poster Presentation Session II: Posters MO-07 ~ MO-13 (Hall 1, 15.30 to 16.15, Fri. 28 July) • SNAK/EKMOA MOU Signing Ceremony (Room E8, 19.00 to 19.15, Thu. 27 July) • EKMOA Annual General Meeting (Room E8, 19.15 to 20.30, Thu. 27 July) • Networking (from 19.00, Thu. 27 July) The sessions aim to review current state-of-the-art technology as well as discuss on future development and technology industrialisation with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. The Group M&O also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields. Marine & Ocean Group, EKC 2017 S&T Programme Committee Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association (EKMOA)
Date / Time 2017-07-27 10:50   --   12:40
Room E8
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. NAM, Dong (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) CHAIR
Synopsis
Shipping which transports about 90% of global trade is the most efficient and cost-effective method of international transportation. In modern world, shipping is an essential component of any program for future sustainable economic growth. However, shipping is also considered as one of the most dangerous industry, and is negatively affecting the marine environment as a result of ship operations and accidents. Various efforts have been made to make a safe and cleaner shipping industry by national, regional and international levels. Over the decades, it has been recognized that the best way of improving safety at sea and protection of marine environment is by developing international regulations that are implemented by all shipping nations. In this regard, IMO(International Maritime Organization) has been at the center of the scene, as the global regulation-setting authority for the safety and environmental performance of international shipping. Such internal measures cover all aspects of maritime activities – including ship design, construction, equipment, operation, marine pollution protection, environmentally sound technology and energy efficient shipping. Key words: maritime safety, environment, shipping, ship design, construction, regulation, energy efficiency
Speakers
  • DR. VAN, Suak Ho (Society of Naval Architects of Korea, Korea) [ 10:50 - 10:55 ]
    Title: Congratulatory Speech
  • DR. KANG, Kuk Jin (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 10:55 - 11:20 ]
    Title: Development of Safe Voyage Planning System for Ships Operating in Arctic Sea
  • PROF. LEE, Inwon (Pusan National Univesity, Korea) [ 11:20 - 11:40 ]
    Title: Contributing to marine environment and CO2 emission reduction; a multi-disciplinary marine coating research program in PNU
  • DR. KWON, Kisoo (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 11:40 - 12:00 ]
    Title: A development of engine failure model from Engine Defect Data
  • DR. JOUNG, Tae-hwan (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 12:00 - 12:20 ]
    Title: Structural Reliability Analysis (SRA) and safety assessment for offshore structures based on Goal Based Approach (GBA)
  • MR. BYONGUG, Jeong (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 12:20 - 12:40 ]
    Title: Introduction of rapid quantitative risk assessment software specific to oil / gas processing systems
Date / Time 2017-07-27 13:30   --   15:20
Room E8
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KIM, Mingyu (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. KIM, Mingyu (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) CHAIR
Synopsis
Shipping is the most energy efficient mode of transport, but there are still significant room and many opportunities for improvement on energy efficiency and associated emissions. Regarding international regulations, there are a number of important developments regarding environmental regulations driven by a historic climate agreement in Paris 2015 and the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Therefore now more than ever, the reduction of ship pollution and emissions, maximization of energy efficiency, enhancement of safety requirements and minimization of operational expenditure are required and sought. Advanced and sustainable ship technologies can help in solving these environmental challenges and improving the efficiencies across the shipping, naval and ocean space sectors. Advanced Ship Technology session concerns for hydrodynamics, numerical fluid dynamics, sloshing, ocean waves, structures and advanced materials, green ship design and optimization procedures, big data analytics and smart ship. Key words: hydrodynamics, numerical fluid dynamics, sloshing, ocean waves, structures and advanced materials, green ship design and optimisation procedures, big data analytics, smart ship.
Speakers
  • PROF. CHO, Dae Seung (Pusan National University, Korea) [ 13:30 - 13:55 ]
    Title: Overview of GCRC-SOP (Global Core Research Center for Ships and Offshore Plants), Pusan National University
  • MS. FANG, Ivy (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 13:55 - 14:20 ]
    Title: Introducing selected research projects in advance materials and robots for the marine industry
  • DR. SEO, Seong-gi (Southampton Solent University, United Kingdom) [ 14:20 - 14:40 ]
    Title: A Paradigm Shift in Ship Handling - for Safer and more Efficient Manoeuvring
  • PROF. KIM, John (Inha Technical College, Korea) [ 14:40 - 15:00 ]
    Title: Estimation of attainable speed in ice ridge using empirical formula
  • MR. KIM, Young-shik (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 15:00 - 15:20 ]
    Title: Introduction of the Development of Arctic Station-keeping Methodology in KRISO
Date / Time 2017-07-27 16:30   --   18:20
Room E8
Conveners / Chairs
  • MR. JEONG, Byongug (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • MR. TUSTIN, Robert (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) CHAIR
Synopsis
Oil and natural gas is expected to account for 60 percent of global demand for energy in 20 years. Advances in technology will be the keys to meet the growing demand for energy from more diverse sources. Recently, the offshore renewable energy area such as offshore wind energy, wave energy, tidal energy, etc. is growing fast. This indicates growing challenges and opportunities to produce offshore oil and gas, and offshore renewable energy. There will be tremendous growth opportunities for participants in the offshore oil and gas and renewable industries. The growth also results in concern for environmental impact to ocean induced by marine activities. Key words: ocean and ocean technology, oil and gas, offshore structures, geo-technology, polar science and technology, subsea/pipeline/riser, offshore renewable energy, marine safety and environment.
Speakers
  • MR. TUSTIN, Robert (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 16:30 - 16:55 ]
    Title: Applied research priorities for commercial shipping and shipbuilding: common themes and needs of Europe and Korea
  • DR. HONG, Sa Young (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 16:55 - 17:20 ]
    Title: A Preliminary Study on a Floating Solar Power Plant in Sea Area
  • DR. JOUNG, Tae-hwan (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 17:20 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Introduction of High Pressure Chamber in KRISO and Recent Research Activities
  • MR. YUM, Kevin Koosup (SINTEF Ocean, Norway) [ 17:40 - 18:00 ]
    Title: Simulation based design of a hybrid propulsion system for deep-sea operation
  • DR. SHIN, Yunsup (Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Norway) [ 18:00 - 18:20 ]
    Title: FEM analysis of Jack-up spudcan penetration on a sloping seabed
Date / Time 2017-07-28 10:50   --   12:40
Room E8
Conveners / Chairs
  • MR. KWON, Bae-jun (DNV GL, Norway) CONVENER
  • PROF. IVANOVIC, Ana (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom) CHAIR
Synopsis
As second part of Ocean and Offshore session, the session Oceans and offshore II focuses on offshore oil service industries are under increasing pressure from both substantial and continued oil crisis and regulations and regulatory frameworks become stricter. In the session, the future prospects of ocean and offshore oil business especially for its uncertainties surrounding the long-term offshore development plan against cost components and key advances that need to be made with a view to ‘mitigating the risks’ and ‘loosening the constraints’ confronting future development of oil industries are addressed. This session also aims to review current market trends for Oil & Gas and discuss how to utilize the business areas. Key words: rig utilization in a cost-effective manner, oil and gas supply shock, offshore structures, ocean and offshore future technology, risk assessment, risk-based rules, adaptive virtual system testing, subsea/pipeline/riser, prevention of rig accidents, financial loss after rig accident.
Speakers
  • PROF. IVANOVIC, Ana (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom) [ 10:50 - 11:15 ]
    Title: Safe burial depth of a subsea pipeline based on the scour force and ice strength
  • DR. YOO, Seung Deog (Microvortex, Germany) [ 11:15 - 11:40 ]
    Title: Review of the Current Status and Future Development of Decommissioning of Offshore Oil & Gas Platforms and Offshore Wind Turbines
  • DR. JEONG, Seong Yeob (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea) [ 11:40 - 12:00 ]
    Title: Ship Performance Evaluation in Brash Ice Channels
  • MR. CHOI, Minjoo (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway) [ 12:00 - 12:20 ]
    Title: Product Platform Design for Modular Adaptable Ships
  • MR. JEON, Gyu-mok (Pusan National University, Korea) [ 12:20 - 12:40 ]
    Title: Large Eddy Simulation of Wind Loads on Marine Structures
Date / Time 2017-07-28 16:30   --   18:10
Room E5
Conveners / Session Chairs
  • DR. LEE, Eun Young (University of Vienna, Austria) CONVENER
  • PROF. PAIK, Keun Wook (University of Oxford, UK) CHAIR
Synopsis The Arctic has been concerned for economic opportunities, environment, scientific researches, Arctic people’s cultures and so on, by not only surrounding countries but also other nations. As contribution from Korea, since 2002, KOPRI (Korea Polar Research Institute) has established the Dasan Station on the high Arctic island, part of the Norwegian Svalbard Archipelago, to support mainly Earth and life science researches. The Arctic is a polar region located at the northernmost part of Earth and a unique area among Earth systems. Land within the Arctic region has seasonally varying snow and ice cover, and the Arctic seas contain seasonal sea ice in many places. It consists of the Arctic Ocean, adjacent seas, and parts of Sweden, Norway, Greenland (Denmark), Alaska, Canada, Finland, Iceland, and Russia. Although the Arctic has been explored for decades, the potential has been far from being fully realized due to harsh climate conditions. Recently, the Arctic faces to changing climate situations resulting mainly from the effects of global warming, causing rising temperatures, loss of sea ice, and melting of ice sheet. Ironically, apart from concerns and fears regarding of warming in the Arctic, these phenomena are enhancing human activities in the Arctic. The melting of the ice is facilitating exploration and development in the Arctic, especially for the international scientific projects, the Northwest passage, and the of natural resource fields. We should move forward to explore and develop the potential of the Arctic, and understand diverse views on how to balance or control this opportunity. This session aims to discuss current trends and recent issues for potential and exploration of the Arctic, as well as future prospect and strategies. This session consists of three talks with subsequent panel discussions covering multiple aspects related to Potential and Exploration of the Arctic.
Speakers
  • DR. LEE, Eun Young (University of Vienna, Austria) [ 16:30 - 16:35 ]
    Title: Session Introduction
  • MS. SHIN, Jinhwa (CNRS, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes, France) [ 16:35 - 16:55 ]
    Title: Climate Change of the Arctic
  • MR. ARILD, Moe (Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway) [ 16:55 - 17:20 ]
    Title: Liquefied natural gas from the Arctic and the linkages with politics and shipping
  • MS. KLIMENKO, Ekaterin (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Sweden) [ 17:20 - 17:45 ]
    Title: China's stance towards Russia's Arctic resources development
  • DR. PAIK, Keun Wook [ 17:45 - 18:10 ]
    Title: Panel discussion