A probabilistic model for accidental cargo oil outflow from product tankers in a ship-ship collision. Goerlandt, F. & Montewka, J. Marine pollution bulletin, 79(1-2):130-44, 2, 2014.
A probabilistic model for accidental cargo oil outflow from product tankers in a ship-ship collision. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
In risk assessment of maritime transportation, estimation of accidental oil outflow from tankers is important for assessing environmental impacts. However, there typically is limited data concerning the specific structural design and tank arrangement of ships operating in a given area. Moreover, there is uncertainty about the accident scenarios potentially emerging from ship encounters. This paper proposes a Bayesian network (BN) model for reasoning under uncertainty for the assessment of accidental cargo oil outflow in a ship-ship collision where a product tanker is struck. The BN combines a model linking impact scenarios to damage extent with a model for estimating the tank layouts based on limited information regarding the ship. The methodology for constructing the model is presented and output for two accident scenarios is shown. The discussion elaborates on the issue of model validation, both in terms of the BN and in light of the adopted uncertainty/bias-based risk perspective.
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