Model za određivanje kapaciteta riječnih pristaništa
AbstractThis paper deals with the model for determining the capacityof a river port. The basic parameters of the model are determinedby the size of the aquatorium and the possibilities of locatingquays in the dock basin as well as their number. Thenumber of quays and the static and dynamic capacity of theport - harbour depend on the sizes of the vessels planned fordocking. The analysis considers the push tows Europe 1 and 2and the Danube barges on the basis ofwhich the length of theoperative coastline is determined which in turn is related to the/,ength of the railway tracks, roads, and cargo depots.
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