Environmental Safety of a Seagoing Ship Power Plant
A probabilistic approach to the environmental safety of a seagoing ship power plant has been presented.
KeywordsInternational Maritime Organization Environmental Indexing Ship Operation Sanitary Sewage Noxious Substance
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