Stowage Planning of Large Containership with Tradeoff between Crane Workload Balance and Ship Stability

@inproceedings{Fan2010StowagePO,
  title={Stowage Planning of Large Containership with Tradeoff between Crane Workload Balance and Ship Stability},
  author={Liu Fan and Malcolm Yoke Hean Low and Huang Shell Ying and Hsu Jing and Zeng Min and Win Aye},
  year={2010}
}
This paper describes an effective algorithm for generating basic stowage plans of large containership calling at a given number of ports. The algorithm applies an efficient block-based container allocation heuristic method of our previous work and taking into considerations more constraints in the real-world operations of commercial shipping line. The algorithm divides the cargo-space of a large containership into blocks, and assigns groups of containers to different partitions of the ship… CONTINUE READING

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