Programme - Poster Sessions

Marine & 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, renewable energy, autonomous and smart ship, rules and regulations, risk, safety and reliability. The Group M&O organises the following sessions in EKC 2018 Glasgow. • M&O Session 1: Arctic Environment and Technology (Room R5, 11.00 to 12.50, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 2: Marine and Ocean I (Room R5, 13.30 to 15.15, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 3: Maritime Safety and Environment (Room R5, 16.00 to 17.40, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 4: Marine and Ocean II (Room R5, 11.00 to 12.50, Thu. 23 August) • M&O Session 5: Collaboration in Research, Development and Innovation (Room R5, 13.30 to 15.10, Thu. 23 August) • M&O Poster Session I (Venue TBC, 15.10 to 16.00, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Poster Session II (Venue TBC, 15.10 to 16.00, Thu. 23 August) • KRISO/EKMOA MOU Signing Ceremony (Level 9B, 18.00 to 18.30, Wed. 22 August) • Dinner (Level 9B, 18.30 to 19.30, Wed. 22 August) • EKMOA Annual General Meeting (Level 9B, 19.00 to 20.30, Wed. 22 August) • Networking (Venue TIC, from 20.30, Wed. 22 August) 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 2018 S&T Programme Committee Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association (EKMOA)
  • PARK, Junsung (Newcastle University)
    Fracture assessment of weld overlay pipeline with girth weld defect and misalignment
  • KIM, Dong-hyun (Pusan National University)
    CFD simulation on predicting POW performance using laminar-turbulent transient model
  • JEON, Gyu-mok (Pusan National University)
    Estimation of Boil-off gas in liquefied hydrogen tank using evaporation model
  • WI, Chunbok (University of Strathclyde)
    Study on Emergency Release of anchor chains for Semi-Sub. Rig
  • KIM, Young-taek (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
    Stability of Concrete Armour Unit (tetrapod) at the Curved Trunk of Breakwaters
  • MOON, Younwook (Newcastle University / Pusan National University / DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering))
    CFD study of Severe Slugging in a S-Shape Steel Lazy Wave Riser
  • PARK, Seulki (Pusan National University)
    CFD simulation of fixed floating body in focused waves
  • KIM, Jinsu (University of Strathclyde)
    Deck block analysis method development
  • OH, Dohan (University of Strathclyde)
    Empirical Initial Scantling Equations on Optimal Structural Design of Submarine Pressure hull
  • HWANG, Hyangan (University of Strathclyde)
    Optimization of Surface Treatment using Localized Electro-Cleaning Method on Austenitic Stainless Steels
  • SO, Sunglack (Strathclyde University)
    Energy efficiency enhancement of LNG Re-liquefaction Process.
  • HAN, Donghwa (Inha University)
    Study on simulation of impact between an ice-class ship and pack-ice
  • KWON, Kiyoune (NTNU)
    Piping Stress Analysis & Design for Offshore Platform
  • JANG, Hayoung (University of Strathclyde)
    Investigation on Marine LNG Propulsion Systems through an Enhanced Decision Supporing Model
  • SONG, Soonseok (University of Strathclyde)
    Predicting the effect of barnacle fouling on ship resistance and powering using CFD
  • CHO, Bongkun (University of Strathclyde)
    Coupled mooring analysis of floaters with viscous correction method
  • JEON, Maro (Inha University, Korea)
    A Study on fuzzy system-based control re-allocation algorithm of DP system in case of thruster faults