Study on lockage safety of LNG-fueled ships based on FSA

  • P. L
  • Y. Z
  • J. D
  • et al.
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In the present study, formal safety assessment (FSA) is introduced to investigate lockage safety of LNG-fueled ships. Risk sources during lockage of LNG-fueled ships in four typical scenarios, namely, navigation between two dams, lockage, anchorage, and fueling, are identified, and studied in combination with fundamental leakage probabilities of various components of LNG storage tanks, and simulation results of accident consequences. Some suggestions for lockage safety management of LNG-fueled ships are then proposed. The present research results have certain practical significance for promoting applications of LNG-fueled ships along Chuanjiang River and in Three Gorges Reservoir Region.




P., L., Y., Z., J., D., & W., S. (2017). Study on lockage safety of LNG-fueled ships based on FSA. PLoS ONE, 12(4).

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