THE INFLUENCE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR ON THE CONTROLLABILITY OF SHIPS
This paper considers only those situations where a ship maneuvers within a restricted waterway, as for example, at the entranceway to a harbor or when transiting a congested channel. In these situations the physiological aspects of men play an important role. Furthermore, their psychological characteristics such as responsibility, mental stress and instinct, combined with their ability to react under such circumstances, play an equally important role.
- The Proceedings consisting of about 45 papers (about 570 pages) will be available in a bound volume from NTIS about mid-February 1976. Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Transport of Hazardous Cargoes by Sea & Inland Waterways, Jacksonville, Florida, October 1975.
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- Hooft, J P
- Keith, V F
- Porvicell, J D
- Publication Date: 1975-10
- Pagination: 19 p.
- TRT Terms: Hazard evaluation; Human error; Human factors engineering; Maneuverability; Maneuvering; Risk analysis; Ship pilotage
- Old TRIS Terms: Restricted water operation
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Safety and Human Factors; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00127088
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: United States Coast Guard
- Report/Paper Numbers: Proceeding
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Nov 5 1975 12:00AM