Beth C. Carpenter

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Marine terminals are an important port activity for shipping lines, require the use of expensive cargo container handling equipment, and occupy limited and valuable property. Existing marine terminal operations are often remodeled to meet increased customer demands as well as to adapt to new technology. The high cost of marine terminal development justifies(More)
This paper reports on a comprehensive simulation model developed to assist in future growth planning for the Port of Long Beach, California. The model simulates truck, auto, and rail traffic in a single model, using techniques developed to control complexity and run time, allowing the model to be implemented on a " 386 " class PC. Traditional traffic(More)
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