SHIP CASUALTY ANALYSIS
127 monthly casualty return sheets 1964-1974 from the Liverpool Underwriters Association were analyzed for ships over 2,000 gross tons. Casualties were studied world wide, with special interest in casualties deriving from collisions, and more specifically for three proposed nuclear ship routes. It was found that collisions and groundings remained constant for this period while world fleet increased. In the period there were 831 ships in collision, 850 groundings and 477 fires. The data collected for nuclear ship routes were used in a report on probability of collisions on selected routes, 5516-5.
- Sponsored in part by Maritime Administration, Washington, D.C. and Babcock and Wilcox Co., Lynchburg, Va. Revision of report dated Sep 75.
Sharp (George G) Incorporated100 Church Street
New York, NY United States 10007
Babcock and Wilcox CompanyPO Box 1260
Lynchburg, VA United States 24504
Maritime Administration1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC United States 20590
- Minorsky, V U
- Publication Date: 1975-11-20
- Pagination: 260 p.
- TRT Terms: Casualties; Crash avoidance systems; Crash injury research; Crashes; Fatalities; Fires; Groundings (Maritime crashes); Hulls; Nuclear powered ships; Prevention; Radar; Research; Routes; Safety; Ships; Sonar; Statistical analysis; Statistics; Tankers; Traffic safety; Water traffic; Water transportation; Water transportation crashes
- Uncontrolled Terms: Ship hulls
- Old TRIS Terms: Casualty data; Collision statistics; Ship casualties; Tanker ships
- Subject Areas: Data and Information Technology; Marine Transportation; Research; Safety and Human Factors; Security and Emergencies; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00143328
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: No. 5516 Final Rpt., MA-RD-920-76048
- Files: TRIS, USDOT
- Created Date: Nov 17 1976 12:00AM