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Frontiers of Engineering Management

Front. Eng    2019, Vol. 6 Issue (3) : 457-462
Fully automatic container terminals of Shanghai Yangshan Port phase IV
Jack Xunjie LUO()
Tianjin Port (Group) Co., Ltd., Tianjin 300461, China
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Engineering Owner: Construction Headquarters of Yangshan Deep-water Port Phase IV Project of Shanghai International Shipping Center

Designer: CCCC Third Harbor Consultants Co., Ltd.

Civil Constructer: China State Construction Harbor Construction Co., Ltd.;

CCCC Third Harbor Engineering Co., Ltd.

Equipment Manufacturer: Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Co., Ltd.

Software Developer and System Integrator: Shanghai Harbor e-Logistics Software Co., Ltd. of Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd.

Supervisor: Shanghai Far East Waterway Engineering Construction Supervision and Consultation Co., Ltd.;

Shanghai Donghua Construction Management Co., Ltd.;

Jinghua Engineering Supervision Co., Ltd. under CCCC Water Transportation Consultants Co., Ltd.

Operator: Shangdong Branch, Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd.

Keywords Yangshan Port      automated equipment      intelligent system      container terminals      port engineering     
Corresponding Authors: Jack Xunjie LUO   
Just Accepted Date: 12 July 2019   Online First Date: 23 August 2019    Issue Date: 04 September 2019
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Jack Xunjie LUO. Fully automatic container terminals of Shanghai Yangshan Port phase IV[J]. Front. Eng, 2019, 6(3): 457-462.
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Fig.1  A glimpse of the fully automated terminals of Yangshan phase IV.
Fig.2  The quay apron of Yangshan phase IV.
Fig.3  A panorama of Yangshan phase IV project in equipment commissioning.
Fig.4  Remotely controlled automated quay cranes (RC-AQCs).
Fig.5  Automated rail-mounted gantries (ARMGs) in Yangshan phase IV.
Fig.6  AGVs using automatically-replaced batteries which supports automated lifting.
Fig.7  Structures of TOS and ECS.
Fig.8  Nine AQCs work together to handle a trip-E ultra-large ship.
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