Samet Biçen

Samet Biçen
Istanbul Technical University · Department of Marine Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Samet Biçen currently works at the Department of Marine Engineering, Istanbul Technical University.

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Publications (6)
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This study conducts a practical application of shipboard operation human reliability analysis (SOHRA) to a crankshaft overhauling operation of a general cargo ship at dry-docking period. The SOHRA approach includes error producing condition (EPC) and general task type (GTT) parameters to consistently calculate the human error probability (HEP) valu...
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The purpose of the Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analysis is to predict the future availability of a system, identify any changes that would be beneficial to the system if needed. It also supports decisions on whether to implement these changes. RAM analysis has been used by companies for many years. Companies conduct RAM analy...
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Marine engineering officers are often challenged with unexpected malfunctions, errors, and many other problems on-board a ship. These faults occur frequently due to the continuous operation of merchant ships. In order to avoid interruption of trade with ships, faults must be rectified as quickly as possible. In addition, rapid and effective respons...
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Lack of situational awareness of the ship crew is one of the major problems in the maritime industry. Since the shipping operations mostly consist of routine and repetitive tasks, situational awareness can be decreased dramatically on-board a ship. According to the accident causation reports, lack of situational awareness greatly increase the proba...
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Majority of the world trade is carried out by ships due to their economic advantages comparing with other transportation methods. For ship owners, trade ships may have high operating and maintenance costs if ship engine room crew is not aware of the consequences of poor maintenance, inadequate operation, system reliability and etc. Besides, continu...

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