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A Study on the Development of Risk Assessment for Sunken Vessels Using Remaining-Fuel Estimations Model
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A Study on the Development of Risk Assessment for Sunken Vessels Using Remaining-Fuel Estimations Model
Chang, Woo-Jin; Lee, Seung-Hyun; Yeom, Hong-Jun; Lee, In-Cheol;
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Sunken vessels accidents have harmful impacts on the marine environment because of oils and chemicals in the vessels. The government has managed them and developed risk assessment which can evaluate potential risk quantitatively since 1999. But the grades of present risk assessment has changed greatly depending on quantity of remaining fuel oils, and the list of remaining fuel oils omitted in status report of sunken vessels. Therefore, the aim of the study is to estimate and develop model for quantity of remaining fuel oils and verify the remaining fuel estimation comparison with active vessels. To accomplish the purpose of the study, apply this verified estimation model to current risk assessment and recommend guideline for an accurate sunken vessels risk assessment.
Sunken vessel;Fuel oil capacity;Estimation remaining fuel oil;Sunken vessels risk assessment;Sunken vessel management system;
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