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Channels and basins of a port must be kept in the required calmness and water depth to render loading and unloading of ship cargoes according to the schedule. On global basis, however, there are considerable regional difference of oceanographical and geological features and in some regions, particularly in Asian regions, siltation in which channels and basins are rapidly accumulated by silt and clay is hampering the smooth port operation in spite of mild wave climate. A method to check invasion of fluid mud by submerged wall was adopted in Kumamoto Port, Japan in 1992 and follow up survey has been conducted so far and the effectiveness has been confirmed. On December 2000, the similar countermeasure against siltation using submerged walls has been adopted to Semen Tuban Port in Indonesia and its effectiveness has also been confirmed.
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