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4th Workshop

The 4th East Asian Workshop for Marine Environments (EAWOMEN)
Korea Maritime University, Busan, Korea, November 5 - 7, 2009

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Call for papers
Imprtant dates


Report



Prof. Beom-Soo Hyun


The Korean Society for Marine Environmental Engineering (KOSMEE) and the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE, former MEC-SNAJ) initiated biannual workshop for marine environments in 2003. The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for East Asian researchers, engineers, and students to exchange their new ideas and to introduce their latest activities in the field of the marine environmental engineering and management. The first workshop held in Korean in 2003 and the second in 2005, Japan. The committee of the 2005 workshop decided to develop as a research group of marine environments with a name as "East Asian Network for Marine Environments (EAMEN)", and extend to the workshop for including more attendants from other Asian countries with a new name for the workshop as "East Asian Workshop for Marine Environments (EAWOMEN). In 2007, the 3rd EAWOMEN was co-organized by EAMEN, Taiwan Society of Ocean Engineering (TSOE), JASNAOE, and KOSMEE as international organizations. The Department of Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) was the major local organization.

 The 4th EAWOMEN was co-organized by EAMEN, KOSMEE, JASNAOE and TSOE and was successfully held in Korean Maritime University (KMU), Republic of Korea on 5-7th November 2009. KMU has greatly contributed to build a strong seafaring nation specialized in maritime technology and ocean research since 1945. In this workshop, about 70 people including 13 participants from Japan and 14 from Taiwan were participated. Especially 5 professors and students from Ocean University of China participated in the workshop this year.

 The first day of workshop commenced with opening ceremony chaired by Prof. Beom-soo Hyun, KMU and Prof. Yusaku Kyozuka on behalf of the EAMEN, Dr. Chang-Gu Kang from KOSMEE and Dr. Keo Don Oh, president of KMU gave addresses. Total 46 papers were presented including 25 oral presentations and 21 posters. The topics of the presentations included various issues on the marine environments and technology such as tidal energy, wave energy, marine environments of East Asian Nations, marine environmental change caused by climate change, and etc.

 After workshop, all participants had a Busan city tour. Busan Metropolitan City is the largest port city in South Korea and the fifth largest port in the world. Participants boarded the ship at Basan harbor and watched beautiful tourist attractions around Busan. They went to the Jagalchi Market which is an area of narrow street stalls and is well known for its fish market. And they also visited Gukje Market which has long been a marketplace for foreigners as well as for Korean over 520 years. The market has many kinds of goods so all visitors had a good time. The participants were very impressive for the energy and the beautiful sight of the Busan.

 Based upon the decision of the committee of EAWOMEN, the 5th EAWOMEN will be held in Japan in 2011.




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Participants
Workshop
Poster Session
Busan City tour: View of Busan Harbor






Distribution of Participants





Workshop Program

Thursday, 5 November 2009

19:00-21:00Welcoming Reception at Yeong-Bin Kwan


Friday, 6 November 2009

08:30-09:00Registration
Opening Ceremony
Chair: Prof. Beom-Soo Hyun
09:00-09:30- Opening Address by Prof. Yusaku Kyozuka, President of EAMEN
- Welcoming Address by Dr. Chang-Gu Kang, President of KOSMEE
- Congratulatory Address by Dr. Keo Don Oh, President of KMUE
- Congratulatory Address by The Organizing Committee for Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea
Keynote Speech
Chair: Prof. Han-Ii Park
09:30-10:40Expo 2012 Yeosu KoreaOrganizing Committee for Expo 2012 Yeosu
Present Status of Research and Development of Tidal Current Power GenerationYusaku Kyozuka
Distribution and Geochemistry of Arsenic in Sediments of the East China SeaTien-Hsi Fang
Global Status and Future Perspective of Renewable Ocean Energy DevelopmentKeyyong Hong
10:40-11:00Coffee Break
Session 1
Chair: Prof. Dong-Jiing Doong &Prof. Yi Yong Yoon
11:00-12:00Modeling of a Seaweed Bed Ecosystem at a Barren Ground AreaAtsushi Matsui, Koji Otsuka, Naoki Nakatani
Issues on Fresh Water Trading as Ballast Water of TankersMuseok Song
Applying the Wavelet Transform to Derive Sea Surface Elevation from Acceleration SignalsNobuyuki Yamayoshi,
Daisuke Kitazawa
Developing practical recycling methods of FRP boatsLi-Chung Wu, Dong-Jiing Doong, Chia Chuen Kao
12:00-13:30Lunch
Session 2
Chair: Prof. Toru Sato & Prof. Tien-Hsi Fang
13:30-14:30Optimization of Multi-arrayed Tidal Current Power FarmChul-Hee. Jo, Jin-Young Yim, Kang-Hee Lee
Observations of Surface Cooling in Response to Super Typhoon SinlakuZhe-Wen Zheng, Chung-Ru Ho, Yung-Hsiang Lee, Chun-Yi Lin, Nan-Jung Kuo
Long-term Ecosystem Simulations in Tokyo BayNaomi Sasaki, Shigeru Tabeta, Daisuke Kitazawa
14:30-15:10Poster Session 1 & Coffee Break
Session 3
Chair : Prof. Chyan-Deng Jan & Dr. Chul H.
15:10-16:50Effects of Internal Waves on Dynamics of Hypoxic Waters in Lake BiwaDaisuke Kitazawa, Michio Kumagai, Masamitsu Kajinami
A Study on the Sea Level Rise Trend at Eastern Asia CoastsDong-Jiing Doong, Li-Chung Wu
Estimation of Energy Dissipation Rate in the Deep Ocean by Using Moored ADCPShinichiro Hirabayashi, Toru Sato
Environmental Modeling and Risk Assessment for Storage of CO2 Streams in Marine Geological StructureJin-Hwan Hwang, Young-Gyu Park, Jung-Suk Lee, Seong-Gil Kang
16:50-17:10Coffee Break
Session 4
Chair : Prof. Hongda Shi & Prof. Daisuke Kitazawa
17:10-18:30A Feasibility Study and Model Test of Typhoon Energy Utilization Using Mega Yacht SystemYutaka TERAO
A Study for the Simple Methods in Dividing the Layers of Fiber-Reinforced PlasticSeung Hee Lee, Yong Seop Kim, Koo Young Yoon
Microscale Numerical Simulation for Estimating Permeability of Gas-Water and Solid-Water Phases in Sand SedimentToshio Sugita, Toru Sato, Shinichiro Hirabayashi, Jino Nagano, Yusuke Jin, Fumio Kiyono
CO2 Transport for CCS Application in Republic of KoreaCheol Huh, Seong-Gil Kang, Mang-Ik Cho, Jong-Hwa Baek, Sup Hong, Jong-Su Choi, Il-Sung Moon
19:00-20:30Workshop Dinner at Busan Hotel


Saturday, 7 November 2009

Session 5
Chair : Prof. Motohiko Murai & Prof. Nan-Jung Kuo)
08:30-10:10Reliability Analysis and Optimization of Perforated Caisson Breakwater as OWC Air ChamberHongda Shi, Yajun Liu, Zhen Liu, Yan Huang
Effects of Wave Focusing Device on Performance of OWC ChamberBeom-soo Hyun, Zhen Liu, JiYuan Jin)
Recent Progress in Flexible Blade Turbine: Scale Model Testing-Sea TrialsShujie Wang, Dong Li, Peng Yuan, Gang Wang
Numerical Study on Fluid-Structure Interaction of TLP for Ocean Wind TurbineZhengshou Chen, Wu-Joan Kim
10:10-10:50Poster Session 2 & Coffee Break
Session 6
Chair : Prof. Chung-Ru Ho & Prof. Shigeru Tabeta
10:50-12:30A Study of the Development for the Polluted Oily Soil by High Pressure Steam and Air Bubble in Treatment TankKi-Seng Kwon
Field Experimental Study on a Soft Protecting Method for Coastal Erosion PreventionTa-Hsiung Peng, Chyan-Deng Jan
Inclusive Impact Index for Construction of Offshore Airport in Tokyo-BayMotohiko Murai, Akari Yoan
The Development of Oil Spill Stopper from Cracked Tanker by Space Fabric and MagnetSung-Kyu Shin, Ki-Seng Kwon
12:30-13:30Lunch
14:00-17:00Busan City Tour


Poster Session
Spatial and Temporal Variations of Sea Surface Temperature off Northeast TaiwanChung-Ru Ho, Zhe-Wen Zheng, Chun-Yi Lin, Yung-Hsiang Lee, Nan-Jung Kuo
Variability of the Satellite-Derived Sea Surface Wind and Sea Surface Temperature in the East China SeaNan-Jung Kuo, Chung-Ru Ho, Shih-Jen Huang, and Yao-Tsai Lo
Project of the Study on Ocean Energy Generation by Tidal Current Around TaiwanChi-Hsiung Yu, Dong-Jiing Doong
Ocean Energy Generation by Tidal Current Around TaiwanChi-Hsiung Yu, Dong-Jiing Doong
Construction and Application of Automatic Oil Detection System Around TaiwanYen-Hsuan Tsao, Chung-Ru Ho
Measurement and Analysis of Surface Spectrum at a Strong Wave-Current Interaction AreaMing-Chin Shaw, Dong-Jiing Doong
Driftwood after the Typhoon MorakotHui-Chieh Chuang, Dong-Jiing Doong
The Present Status and Development Trend of Deformation Inspection Technologies for Sea WallShufang Qin, Aifeng Tao
Impact of Water Abstraction on Upward of the Tide in the Lower Yangtze RiverHongyan Shen
Solitary Waves Generation and Development Using Equal Width EquationYing-Chih Chen, Wei-Chun Wu, Shin-Jye Liang
Feasibility Study on the Water Quality Improvement by Making Use of Underground Water in Hakata BayYusaku Kyozuka, Yasufumi Uchida, Ayano Kudoh
Development of a Darrieus Turbine for Tidal Current Power Generator by a Computational Fluid DynamicsMasaki Ueno, Yusaku Kyozuka
Motion Characteristics of a Hexagonal Floating Platform for Ocean Wind Power Generation in WavesSho Kasuya, Yohei Aoyagi, Yusaku Kyozuka
Observation of Turbulence Intensity of Tidal Current and Attempt to Reproduce Turbulence in Experimental TanksZhanfei LI, Di Duan, Yusaku Kyozuka
The Numerical Analysis on Overtopping Performance of Reef-type Wave Energy ConvertorZhen Liu, Jiyuan Jin, Beom-Soo Hyun
Flow Optimization of Wave Overtopping Reef with Guide Vanes for Wave Energy ConversionKeyyong Hong, Seung-Ho Shin, Bo-Woo Nam, Hwang-Jin Ryu, Sang-Ho Kim
Dynamics of Deep Ocean PipeHanil Park
International Co-operation for the Oil & HNS Spill Preparedness and Response in the Northwest Pacific RegionJeong-Hwan OH, Seong-Gil Kang, Hyon-Jeong Noh
MERRAC Activities for Mitigation and Management of the Sea-based Marine Litter in the NOWPAP RegionHyon-Jeong Noh, Seong-Gil Kang, Jeong-Hwan OH
Establishment of Integrated Management System of Ballast Water Risk AssessmentSeung-guk Lee, Won-soo Kang, Eun-chan Kim, Kyoung-soon Shin
Influence Evaluation of Complex Structure for Artificial Sea Forests with Artificial Seaweeds in Sa Gun Jin Area of East Sea of KoreaJae Gyu Park, Jang Ho Lee, Yi Yong Yoon





Call for papers


Prospective authors are invited to submit papers on the topics in the area of the marine environmental engineering. Those wishing to present a paper are requested to submit an English abstract of 200-500 words (typed) to the local contact points of the Paper & Executive Committee in an electronic form (e.g., MS-Word). The abstract must contain the title, the scope and conclusions of the proposed paper, and bearing the names, the complete address of the corresponding author(s) (Postal and E-mail addresses)



Abstract Submission (Local Contact Point of the Paper & Executive Committee)

KoreaProf. Beom-Soo Hyun
Division of Naval Architecture & Ocean Systems Engineering,Korea Maritime University
Busan 606-791, Republic of Korea
E-mail: bshyun☆hhu.ac.kr (Please, replace ☆ by @)
JapanProf. Toru Sato
Department of Ocean Technology, Policy and Environment, The University of Tokyo
6-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa, Chiba, 277-8584 Japan
E-mail: sato-t☆k.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Please, replace ☆ by @)
Tel: +81-4-7136-4726
TaiwanProf. Dong-Jiing Doong
Department of Marine Environmental Informatics, National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU)
No. 2, Beining Rd., Keelung 20224, Taiwan
E-mail: doong☆mail.ntou.edu.tw (Please, replace ☆ by @)
Tel: +886 2 24622192 ext 6318





Important dates


Receipt of abstractsMay 1, 2009 June 1,2009
Notification of acceptanceJune 1, 2009 July 1,2009
Receipt of registration formJuly 1, 2009 August 1,2009
Receipt of full paperOctober 1, 2009
WorkshopNovember 5 ~ 7, 2009






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