سال انتشار: ۱۳۹۱
محل انتشار: دهمین همایش بین المللی سواحل، بنادر و سازه های دریایی
تعداد صفحات: ۱۰
Mohammad Mahdavi Gorabi – msc, pmo,
Mesbah Sayehban – Dr, 1Department of Marine Technology, Amirkabir University of Technology, Bandar Abbas, Iran,
Alireza Mohammadi Karajeran – msc, pmo,
Iraj Modiri – msc, pmo,
This paper evaluates maritime accidents in territorial sea extends up to 12 nautical miles from its baseline. For this purpose level and amount of maritime accident types, between 2000-2010 areanalyzed. Also; Maritime search & rescue zone where these accidents occurred & hourly distribution ofaccidents are assessed. It is founded that the reporting performance has an upper bound of 80% of accidents reports belonging to traditional vessels such as wooden vessels, any boats and,traditional vessels, and 40% of all of accidents reported end to sinking of vessels.In order to determine the causes of the accident (collision, fire/explosion, grounding, foundering, and other), and so on and suggest recommendations to avoid them in the future, the analysis ofaccidents data is considered to be very important for providing potential input on developingmore balanced, proactive and cost-effective regulations. By analyzing the 10 years accident occurred in Iranian territorial sea for vessels registered in any flag ,this paper investigatesmaritime accident issues by discussing historic accidents in Iran extending up to 12 nautical miles from its baseline & Iran water zone , which, for many years. Just more than 1,000 shipscross the Persian Gulf region, beside. The continuing growth of the ports ensures that constantvigilance is required to ensure safe operations . This is just a fraction of the daily marine activity within Iran waters comprising barge, ferry, fast launch, fishing boat activity., However, in the presence of such a high level vessel movements, the number of accidents reported is notproportionally large and there were approximately 150 annual accidents reported to the aritime search & rescue coordinator center during the period of analysis. In this paper a review of the relevant accident statistics is carried out for the purpose of assessing marine accident growth its rate as well as it cumulative effects. A brief history of maritime accident is review in the next section, and then we evaluate the data bank of accident in Iran water zone in stage two, and then describe modeling the growths of Marine Accidents and take conclusion.