The basic concepts of modern risk and reliability theory are reviewed. Application of these concepts to topics arising in the analysis of ship motions, cargo sea-fastening design and voyage risk studies is explored. The role of risk analysis in decision theory is briefly discussed and the paper concludes with a suggested program of analysis for marine activities and enterprises subject to sea-action induced risk.
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July 01 1986
Cargo Mechanics (Application of Seakeeping--Revisited)
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Hutchison, Bruce L.. "Cargo Mechanics (Application of Seakeeping--Revisited)." Mar Technol SNAME N 23 (1986): 230–241. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/mt1.19126.96.36.199
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