Dee As sea routes are getting denser and ship speeds higher, there is a good possibility that a ship may experience an important accident during her lifetime.Higher speeds may cause larger operational loads, like slamming, or excessively severe loads, for example during a collision.compiled by Dee Finney Records show that there is a ship collision on the average of every 5 days. - missing - and not found can be assumed to be dead.
North Korea told South Korea in a telephone call that the cargo ship carrying seven people left a North Korean port around 3 p.m.
In my dream I actually experienced the collision in real life as it was occurring, and then dreamed it like the ship was made of green plastic (similar to the greenhouse Joe and I are building in our yard) It seemed so real, that after the dream I woke up and asked Joe if he had heard an news about a ship explosion somewhere. While I was working on my web page, I went to my rival's web page to see what she was talking about.
She was talking about me and her opinion of my work, which was not very nice, but I thought I would make peace with her because I also dreamed that she and I both moved and ended up living right across the street from each other.
Denser sea routes increase the probability of an accident in particular a collision involving ships or ships and shore or offshore structures.
Due to extremely large masses and relatively high velocities the energy involved in such an accident is astonishing: the collision energy of a 10000t Ro Ro passenger at a speed of 30kn, is equivalent to 10000 cars of approximately 1t each, impacting a small area with a speed of approximately 55km/h (the speed used in Euro NCAP side impact tests for cars).