Yuquan (Bill) Du
Yuquan (Bill) Du
Lecturer (Asst Prof), Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Berth allocation considering fuel consumption and vessel emissions
Y Du, Q Chen, X Quan, L Long, RYK Fung
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 47 (6 …, 2011
2212011
Modeling the Impacts of Tides and the Virtual Arrival Policy in Berth Allocation
Y Du, Q Chen, JSL Lam, Y Xu, J Cao
Transportation Science 49 (4), 939 - 956, 2015
802015
Shipping log data based container ship fuel efficiency modeling
Q Meng, Y Du, Y Wang
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 83, 207-229, 2016
782016
Berth and quay-crane allocation problem considering fuel consumption and emissions from vessels
QM Hu, ZH Hu, Y Du
Computers & Industrial Engineering 70, 1-10, 2014
742014
Liner container seasonal shipping revenue management
Y Wang, Q Meng, Y Du
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 82, 141-161, 2015
662015
Two-phase optimal solutions for ship speed and trim optimization over a voyage using voyage report data
Y Du, Q Meng, S Wang, H Kuang
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 122, 88-114, 2019
422019
A feedback procedure for robust berth allocation with stochastic vessel delays
Y Du, Y Xu, Q Chen
2010 8th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, 2210-2215, 2010
272010
ACO-IH: An improved ant colony optimization algorithm for Airport Ground Service Scheduling
Y Du, Q Zhang, Q Chen
2008 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, 1-6, 2008
272008
Evaluating the solution performance of IP and CP for berth allocation with time-varying water depth
T Qin, Y Du, M Sha
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 87, 167-185, 2016
232016
A quantitative risk analysis model with integrated deliberative Delphi platform for container shipping operational risks
S Nguyen, PSL Chen, Y Du, W Shi
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 129, 203-227, 2019
212019
Budgeting fuel consumption of container ship over round-trip voyage through robust optimization
Y Du, Q Meng, Y Wang
Transportation Research Record 2477 (1), 68-75, 2015
182015
Development of a two-stage ship fuel consumption prediction and reduction model for a dry bulk ship
R Yan, S Wang, Y Du
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 138, 101930, 2020
172020
Dynamics and interdependencies among different shipping freight markets
KX Li, Y Xiao, SL Chen, W Zhang, Y Du, W Shi
Maritime Policy & Management 45 (7), 837-849, 2018
172018
Supply chain cost minimization by collaboration between liner shipping companies and port operators
Z Liu, S Wang, Y Du, H Wang
Transportation Journal 55 (3), 296-314, 2016
162016
Mathematically calculating the transit time of cargo through a liner shipping network with various trans-shipment policies
Y Du, Q Meng, S Wang
Maritime Policy & Management 44 (2), 248-270, 2017
152017
Risk identification and modeling for blockchain-enabled container shipping
S Nguyen, PSL Chen, Y Du
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 2020
92020
An Operational Risk Analysis Model for Container Shipping Systems considering Uncertainty Quantification
S Nguyen, PSL Chen, Y Du, VV Thai
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 209, 107362, 2021
82021
Berth allocation and quay crane assignment for the trade-off between service efficiency and operating cost considering carbon emission taxation
T Wang, Y Du, D Fang, ZC Li
Transportation Science 54 (5), 1307-1331, 2020
82020
Combining mixed integer programming and constraint programming to solve the integrated scheduling problem of container handling operations of a single vessel
T Qin, Y Du, JH Chen, M Sha
European Journal of Operational Research 285 (3), 884-901, 2020
72020
Collaborative emergency berth scheduling based on decentralized decision and price mechanism
Y Xu, Y Du, Y Li, H Zhang
Annals of Operations Research 298 (1), 525-554, 2021
62021
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