Final Presentation English B09 Ships

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Final Presentation for the Ships Team B Term 2009 in English

Final Presentation for the Ships Team B Term 2009 in English

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  • 1. CRUISE CONTROL:An analysis of the environmental, economic, and social effects of the commercial cruise shipping industry on the city of Venice
  • 2.
  • 3. The Maiden Voyage of the Cruise Shipping Industry
  • Why Cruise Ships?
    Why is this project investigation on cruise ships crucial to Venice?
    Venice has been a cruise destination since the beginnings of the industry
    Investigating the extreme impacts of cruise liners is crucial to the preservation of Venice
    VTP created in order to manage and improve cruise traffic
  • 12. Venezia Terminal PasseggeriS.p.A.Creation - 1997
  • 13. Project Mission
    The ultimate goal of this project is to develop a publicly accessible profile of the positive and negative economic, social, and environmental impacts of cruise ships and their passengers on the city. 
  • 14. `
  • 15. Environmental
    Measure the amount of particulate matter that is present during and after the presence of cruise ships
    Measure the cruise ships’ affect on the hydrodynamics in canals
    Measure the vibrations cause by the passing of the ship
    Economics
    Determine where passengers spend their money and how much
    Social
    Provide a qualitative analysis of the population increases resulting from disembarking passengers
  • 16. Environmental
    • Measure the amount of particulate matter that is present during and after the presence of cruise ships
    • 17. Measure the cruise ships’ affect on the hydrodynamics in canals
    • 18. Measure the vibrations and noise caused by the passing of the ship
    Economics
    - Determine where passengers spend their money and how much
    Social
    - Provide a qualitative analysis of the population increases resulting from disembarking passengers
  • 19. Shaking The Foundations
    Vibrations caused by passing ships may cause damage to structure faces and foundations
  • 20. Air Pollution Produced
  • 21. Scene of the Grime
  • 22. Hydrodynamic Testing
  • 23. Location
  • 24.
  • 25. Results
    While ship is passing
    Flow increases an average of 62.8%
    After ship has passed
    Flow briefly changes direction
    Slowly builds back to original speed and direction
  • 26. Environmental
    Measure the amount of particulate matter that is present during and after the presence of cruise ships
    Measure the cruise ships’ affect on the hydrodynamics in canals
    Measure the vibrations and noise caused by the passing of the ship
    Economics
    Determine where passengers spend their money and how much
    Social
    Provide a qualitative analysis of the population increases resulting from disembarking passengers
  • 27.
  • 28. Tourism
    Italy
    Local
    • 1/3 of €1.6 trillion Italian GDP due to tourism, €30 billion directly from tourists
    • 29. Cruise ships brought 1 million+ tourists to Venice in 2007
    • 30. Tourists in Venice spend €1 billion annually
  • Survey
    Survey of cruise passengers
    Printed into English, Spanish, French, Italian
    Survey administered in Piazzale Roma
    Target passengers: returning to ships
  • 31. Survey
  • 32. Survey Findings
  • 33.
  • 34. Environmental
    • Measure the amount of particulate matter that is present during and after the presence of cruise ships
    • 35. Measure the cruise ships’ affect on the hydrodynamics in canals
    • 36. Measure the vibrations cause by the passing of the ship
    Economics
    - Determine where passengers spend their money and how much
    Social
    - Provide a qualitative analysis of the population increases resulting from disembarking passengers
  • 37. Parallels
    • Venice is similar to Bar Harbor, ME, USA
    • 38. Is Venice affected in the same ways?
  • Recommendations For Continuation of the Project
    Work closely with Aerosol and Magee Scientific
    Air quality testing
    Work closely with the VTP