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Lloyd’s Register issues new Guidance Notes


Published Nov 13, 2014
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The new Guidance Notes for Collision Analysis assist owners, operators, and designers of offshore units with identifying potential collision scenarios, assessing the relative risks and conducting numerical analysis, establishing representative collision loads, and measuring the impact of these loads on the structural integrity of offshore units.

A collision may occur as a result of a vessel losing its positioning or navigational abilities due to structural, mechanical, or electrical failure, human error, and environmental conditions.

“Assessing the impact of potential collisions is critical to the longevity of any offshore unit not only from a design perspective, but also to help ensure a safe operating environment,” says Phil Rushton, Senior Engineer for Offshore Structures, and one of the primary authors steering the development of this latest guidance from Lloyd’s Register.

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