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An Analysis the Accident Between M/V Ocean Asia and M/V SITC Qingdao in Hanam Canal (Haiphong Port)
1 Vietnam Maritime University, Haiphong, Vietnam
ABSTRACT: The paper presents a special case of the ships accident. The accident was happened without any contact between ships. The cause of the accident is the hydrodynamic interaction between ship in a shallow canal and the analysis is consulted to determine the percent of fault of the accident.
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Citation note:
Nguyen Cong V.: An Analysis the Accident Between M/V Ocean Asia and M/V SITC Qingdao in Hanam Canal (Haiphong Port). TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 187-191, 2012

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