Научный журнал Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологииThe scientific journal Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology
cетевое издание
issn 2310-6018


Grinyak V.M.   Akmaykin D.A.   Ivanenko Y.S.  

UDC 519.68:15:681.5

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The paper is devoted to the problem of obtaining of operative meteorological information in the planning of the optimal ways for the deep-sea voyages. Indicated that the weather conditions have a significant effect on the ship's seaway. In this regard, it seems expedient to solve the optimization task dynamically, taking into account the current and forecasted weather on the route and the technical abilities of the ship to navigation in heavy weather. The authors propose to use for this purpose the weather information obtained from the special meteorological satellites. At the same time, an important question is the age of meteorological data, obtained by this way. In order to get an answer for this question is modeling the orbital motion of meteorological satellites, with the help of classical representations of mathematical astronomy presented on this work. At the same time, estimated of the age of weather data on the sea surface obtained by satellites in dependin on the geographical latitude of the place and the characteristics of the sensors and orbit of the satellite. An approach method to select of meteorological satellites for acquisition of weather data along the planned ship’s route on the base of waiting-line problem theory. After the result of modeling, have been made a conclusion about the feasibility of the idea to planning the ship's route, taking into account the weather data by existing technical aids.

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Grinyak Viktor Mikhailovich
Doctor of Technical Sciences Associate Professor

Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service

Vladivostok, Russian Federation

Akmaykin Denis Aleksakndrovich
Candidate of Technical Sciences Associate Professor
Email: Akmaykin@msun.ru

Maritime State University Named Admiral Nevelskoi

Vladivostok, Russian Federation

Ivanenko Yuri Sergeevich

Far Eastern Federal University

Vladivostok, Russian Federation

Keywords: vessel traffic contro, path planning, satellite motion, weather data, data age, exponential distribution

For citation: Grinyak V.M. Akmaykin D.A. Ivanenko Y.S. FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR SHIP TRAJECTORY PLANNING PROBLEM USING MARINE WEATHER DATA FROM SATELLITES. Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology. 2017;5(2). Available from: https://moit.vivt.ru/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/GrinyakSoavtori%20_2_17_1.pdf DOI: (In Russ).


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