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This chapter attempts to provide a brief historical overview of how the demands for increased safety, in combination with advances in computing hardware and software, have resulted in changes to the regulatory framework governing damage stability.
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SOLAS Consolidated Edition, 2014, Consolidated text of the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, and its Protocol of 1988: articles, annexes and certificates. Incorporating all amendments in effect from 1 July 2014, International Maritime Organization, London, United Kingdom, 2014. ISBN 978-92-801-1594-9.
“The Technical Investigation of the sinking of the ro/ro ferry “European Gateway”” by J.R. Spouge published in the Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, 1986.
MSC.1/Circ.1461 Guidelines for Verification of Damage Stability requirements for Tankers, International Maritime Organization, London, United Kingdom, 8 th July, 2013. (Approved by the Maritime Safety Committee at its ninety-second session 12 th to 21 st June, 2013).
Flooding and capsize of ro-ro passenger ferry Herald of Free Enterprise with loss of 193 lives; Formal Investigation Report by Hon. Mr Justice Sheen, Wreck Commissioner. Report of Court No. 8074, first published 1987. https://www.gov.uk/maib-reports/flooding-and-subsequent-capsize-of-ro-ro-passenger-ferry-herald-of-free-enterprise-off-the-port-of-zeebrugge-belgium-with-loss-of-193-lives.
Final Report on the capsizing on 28 th September 1994 in the Baltic Sea of the Ro-Ro passenger vessel MV Estonia by the Joint Accident Investigation Commission of Estonia, Finland and Sweden; published December 1997. http://www.onnettomuustutkinta.fi/material/attachments/otkes/tutkintaselostukset/en/vesiliikenneonnettomuuksientutkinta/1994/mv_tutkintaselostus/mv_tutkintaselostus.pdf.
Information resources on the “Al Salam Boccaccio 98”, IMO Maritime Knowledge Centre, last updated January 2010. http://www.imo.org/en/KnowledgeCentre/InformationResourcesOnCurrentTopics/InformationResourcesOnCurrentTopicsArchives/Documents/AL%20SALAM%20BOCCACCIO%2098%20_January%202010.pdf.
Directive 2003/25/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 April 2003 on specific stability requirements for ro-ro passenger ships, Official Journal L123, of the European Union, Brussels, Belgium, 17 th May, 2003.
Resolution A.265(VIII) Regulation on subdivision and stability of passenger ships as an equivalent to Part B of Chapter II of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1969, Assembly, International Maritime Organization, London, United Kingdom, adopted on 20 th November 1973.
SOLAS Consolidated Edition, 1992, Consolidated text of the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, and its Protocol of 1988: articles, annexes and certificates. Incorporating all amendments up to and including the 1990 amendments (1991 amendments as an appendix), International Maritime Organization, London, United Kingdom, 1992. ISBN 978-92-801-1594-5.
“ The Black Tide: in the wake of the Torrey Canyon” by Richard Petrow, published 1 January, 1968.
Marine Accident Report: Grounding of the U.S. Tankship “Exxon Valdez on Bligh Reef, Prince William Sound, near Valdez, Alaska March 24, 1989 by National Transportation Board. http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/noaa_documents/NOAA_related_docs/oil_spills/marine_accident_report_1990.pdf.
Resolution MSC.281(85) Explanatory Notes to the SOLAS Chapter II-1 Subdivision and Damage Stability Regulation, Maritime Safety Committee, International Maritime Organization, London, United Kingdom, 4 th December 2008.
“ SOLAS 2020 Damage Stability Regulations” by A.L. Scott and K.W. Hutchinson – a power-point presentation given to the Western Europe Section of SNAME at Lloyds Register of Shipping, 71 Fenchurch Street, London on 6 th February 2018.
- Issues Related to Damage Stability
- Chapter 42
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