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Marine Accident Analysis Center (MAAC)

 


MAAC carries out accidents analysis is using expert knowledge of researchers when severe marine accidents take place. Moreover MAAC provides results of accident analysis to public. If detailed analysis is needed MAAC will carry out reproduction of accidents using ex. experiment as well as advanced simulation analysis, consequently contribute to the prevention of similar accidents.


 

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2021.02.18 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about stability and the circumstances of foundering with regards to foundering accidents of “cargo vessel JIA DE”.
Report of JTSB is here (in English).
2020.11.26 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about impact acceleration acting on passengers with regards to injury accident of passengers of “passenger ship Nankyu 10th”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2020.08.27 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about stability and capsize with regards to capsizing accidents of “fishing vessel 65th Keieimaru”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2020.03.26 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about acceleration acting on hull and passengers with regards to collision accidents of “passenger ship Ginga”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2019.10.31 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about stability and capsize with regards to collision accidents of “general cargo ship Kouwa-maru and fishing vessel Nagafuku-maru”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2019.10.31 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about stability and capsize with regards to sinking accidents of “fishing vessels 87th Shoutokumaru”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2019.06.27 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis for the evaluation of collision risk level, analysis of the navigation situation based on the port entry records, and human factor analysis following to CREAM method which is a tool of human reliability analysis with regards to collision accidents of “container ship NYK VENUS and SITC OSAKA”.
Report of JTSB is here (in English).
2019.04.25 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about the holding force and the wind force of oil tanker Hou-un-maru as well as anchoring ships in Osaka Bay with regards to collision accidents of “oil tanker Hou-un-maru”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2018.12.20 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis about mounting strength of passenger seat of the passenger ship with regards to collision accidents of “passenger ship Sora”.
Report of JTSB is here (in Japanese).
2018/2/22 By consignment of JTSB, MAAC carried out investigation analysis for the evaluation of the collision risk level, analysis of the navigational status based on the port entry records, and CREAM analysis which is a method of Human Reliability Analysis to with regards to collision accidents of “container ship ESTELLE MAERSK and JJ SKY”.
Report of JTSB is here (in English).

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