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Alexandria College Workforce of Building. Maritime Design and Marine Building Dept. Foundation of Marine Specialists " Egypt Branch". INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION. The BSC Class. Arranged By. Mohamed Salah Ebeida. I. Presentation.

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Alexandria University Faculty of Engineering Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering Dept.

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Institute of Marine Engineers " Egypt Branch" INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION The BSC Seminar Prepared By Mohamed Salah Ebeida

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I. Acquaintance Importance of transportation with monetary development for various countries Environmental effects of various transportation frameworks

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II. Transportation mode examination

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a. Vitality Efficiency Inland Barges moves longer separations considering a similar measure of load and a similar measure of expended fuel

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BTU/Ton-mile => Measures of cargo Energy Efficiency <=

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b. Wellbeing Highway trucking is intermixed in movement with vehicles and, in urban zones, with walkers. Rail shipment include vast number of gigantic units going at rapid. Conduit condition has few intersection points and is remote from populace focuses. Dangerous cargoes have more assurance when transported utilizing freight boats.

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c. Clog Congestion squanders profitable vitality assets and expands individual trek time Waterway industry has met the expansion in extra freight request by building less tow pontoons with more prominent strength Rail additionally works on a committed right-of-way so it have no blockage issue yet it can bring about genuine clog issues for others

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Each tow added to our Egyptian inland armada will supplant 900 trucks proceeding onward our high ways

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d. Air/Noise contamination Pounds/1000 ton mile Vessels deliver 33 % less toxins than diesel trains and 373 % not as much as diesel trucks Again, street movement is, by a long shot, the predominant wellspring of poison emanations.

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e. Arrive utilize/Social effect While trucks and prepares, to a certain extent, work considerably nearer to populated zones, scows unobtrusively advance along separated conduits for the greater part of their excursion. With some rail lines going through major urban zones, the specialist clamor effects are experienced by close-by occupants

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SOCIAL COST AIR RAIL Barges ROAD TOTAL AIR POLLUTION 2 4 3 91 100 NOISE POLLUTION 26 10 0 64 100 LAND COVERAGE 1 7 1 91 100 CONSTRUCTION/MAINTENANCE 2 37 5 56 100 ACCIDENTS/CASUALITIES 1 0 98 100 Social Costs In Relation To Transport Modalities (In %)

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·   A 826% expansion in fuel utilize every year ·         A 709% increment in fumes discharges yearly ·         A 5,967% expansion in likely mishaps every year ·         The need to yearly discard 2,746 utilized truck tires, and ·         An extra truck activity heap of 1,333 substantial vehicles every day in the review halls In an investigation completed by the Illinois State Water Survey, U.S.A. in 1993 What was resolved in the investigation was that a move to trucks from vessels would bring about:

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f. Natural Aspects There are various incidental advantages identified with water transportation. Other significant recipients incorporate Recreation Wildlife territory Flood control Public water supply Irrigation Industrial utilize

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Conclusion Effective inland transport framework is exceptionally fundamental for any financial development. Inland water transportation is a protected, calm, for all intents and purposes undetectable transportation framework and has the one of a kind ability to convey gigantic measures of payload. Inland water transportation is the most naturally companion mode.

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Responsibility of legislative experts: 1. Canalizing and extending the freight boats " way in the River. 2. Development and Maintenance of Dams and bolts to guarantee sensible and consistent profundity of water as could be expected under the circumstances. 3. Development of channels to be utilized for the most part for water transport if the volume of ware to be transported makes this conceivable from a sparing perspective. 4. Development of stacking and emptying offices

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III. Presently talking about a case of how the created nations manage their conduits

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Europe has a finely-coincided system of safe conduits . It is hard to think about a goal in Europe that can't be come to by water.

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Every year more than 400 million tons (that is 400 billion kilos!) are transported by water. Over 60% of the aggregate universal freight transport happens by ship!

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NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORT

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AZIPOD ® - Azimuthing Electric Propulsion Drive

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Results came to till now a)    15 % bring down fuel utilization, outflow levels and upkeep costs; b)    30% expansion in freight volume and payload limit c)    New structure frames with 10% better execution in examination with ebb and flow present day inland ship plans

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IV. Examination OF EGYPTIAN INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

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a. Classes of the Egyptian conduits No nation has an immense net of inland conduits like Egypt. Truth be told, each city, town and town lies on the waterway or at least one of its branches or existing traversable trenches.

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b. Units utilized as a part of the Egyptian conduits Self impelled freight boats 340 units Pusher canal boat and pushed moronic flatboat 340 units Pusher pull and pushed imbecilic scows 10 units Towing pull and towed stupid canal boats

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c. Current Projects Converting the Damietta branch to a top of the line highway 200 million L.E. Re-open and build up the Ismailia Canal 175 million L.E. the association of Dekhiela port with the Egyptian inland conduits arrange. Under study?!!

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d. Position of inland water transportation among alternate modes in Egypt: In 1980 a review made by Louis Berger Bureau expressed the accompanying information % The Study anticipated ascent in the share of inland water transportation by the year 1985

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Unfortunately days has demonstrated that these forecasts were not right The circumstance deteriorated as the accompanying information recorded by the Ministry of Transport show: % It is trusted these days (year 2000), that the share of the inland water transport is under 1.5% !

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Personal Comment This frail cooperation of inland water transportation is not acknowledged at all as it costs our economy a great many pounds each day The leaders disregard this mode totally when talking about advancement of transportation The part of the private area is to be enhanced

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