The Philadelphia Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its October meeting in Essington, Pa. Some 65 members and guests attended the technical session to hear a paper titled "New Construction Coatings and Corrosion Protection Update," presented by J.
The recent initial monthly meeting of The Society of Marine Port Engineers New York, N.Y., Inc., heard a presentation on the National Shipbuilding Research Program sponsored by the Maritime Administration in c o o p e r a t i on with Bath Iron Works Corporation.
A paper entitled "Air Cushion Vehicles for the Arctic" was presented recently to the Los Angeles Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers by Raymond A. Bennett, vice president for commercial development at Global Marine Development, Inc.
November 9-12, New York, N.Y. One of the most important yearly events in the commercial marine industry, the 96th Annual Meeting of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) and the concurrent 7th International Maritime Exposition,
R. J. (Rick) Edger has been named president of Jered Brown Brothers, Inc., a Troy, Mich., engineering and manufacturing company specializing in shipboard equipment for the U.S. Navy, including aircraft, cargo, and weapons elevators; ship steering
The Philadelphia section of the Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers (SNAME) recently met with the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) to hear a paper entitled, "The Maritime Industry at the Crossroads.
If foreign shipbuilding subsidies are eliminated or substantially reduced, U.S. shipyards have the potential to compete successfully with Northern European yards for construction of U.S.-owned commercial tonnage by the mid-1990s. This was the
Over 200 members and guests attended the recent annual California Sections joint meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at the Highlands Inn, Carmel, Calif. The initial paper was presented by Douglas C. MacMillan, Fellow,
The last few years have witnessed a proliferation of specialized software and hardware packages for shipboard applications. Many of these products take advantage of the new generation of small, relatively low-cost personal computers. To bring
August 27 To 29, 1986 Design and production concepts to reduce shipbuilding schedules and costs is the theme for the 1986 Ship Production Symposium to be held at the Williamsburg Lodge, August 27-29, 1986, in Williamsburg, Va. The symposium