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This book presents selected contributions to the Pan-American Congress of Naval Engineering, Maritime Transport and Port Engineering (COPINAVAL), which is in its twenty-fifth edition and has become a reference event for the global maritime and port sector, attracting more and more participants from different countries. The 2017 congress was held in Panama City, Panama, bringing together a select group of scientists, entrepreneurs, academics and professionals to discuss the latest technological advances in the maritime industry. von Vega Sáenz, Adán
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Dr. Adan Vega Saenz is a mechanical engineer with a Master degree in materials science and a another one in plant engineering, all from the Technological University of Panama. He holds a PhD in marine engineering from Osaka University, Japan He is author of more than fifty scientific articles and a textbook. Dr. Vega's professional experience includes, among others, being a university professor for fifteen years at the Technological University of Panama, visiting professor at the Technological University of Bolivar and UNINORTE, both in Colombia. Academic vice president and Research Vice president at International Maritime University of Panama. Consultant of several national and international companies. Newton Narciso Pereira joined the Fluminense Federal University (UFF), Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, - School of Metallurgical Industrial Engineering of Volta Redonda (EEIMVR) in 2016. In 2014 he completed his postdoc in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering focusing on ballast water management and control in Brazilian ports. He holds a Doctor and Master degrees in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from the Polytechnic School of University of São Paulo. He is graduate in Naval Technology from Faculdade de Tecnologia de Jahu - UNESP and Production Engineering from Guarulhos University. He is general coordinator of Center for Sustainable System Studies (CESS-UFF) and graduate coordinator of Production Engineering course at (EEIMVR). Dr. Luis Carral Couce holds a Ph.D. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Technical University of Madrid) and a Master's degree in Maritime Law and Port Administration from the University of La Coruna (Spain). He previously worked at the former Spanish Navy shipyard of Bazan (now Navantia) prior to joining the faculty as a professor at the EPS-Ferrol, which is part of the University of La Coruna (Spain), where he continues to teach and conduct research. As a faculty specialist in Maritime Transport and Ship Auxiliary Systems he is part of the university's Multidisciplinary Research Group (GEM). He has developed several post-graduate degree programmes at the university, including in Design, Production and Inspection of Sailing and Recreational Watercraft and Maritime Logistics and Transport. In addition, he has been the Chairman of the Spanish Association of Naval Architects in the region of Galicia for several years. Dr. José Angel Fraguela PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Professor at the University of A Coruña (Spain). Director, organizer, speaker in numerous masters, expert courses, specialization courses, technical conferences in Europe and Latin America. Author of numerous books and technical articles in JCR journals and other databases. Director of numerous PhD and Final Degree Projects. Member of Scientific Committees, peer reviewer and editor in International and National Congresses. President of the IPIN-SPAIN (Pan-American Institute of Naval Engineering). Member of the Consultative Council of IPIN-AMERICA.