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the highly regarded Series 396 diesel engine program, used widely in many high-performance marine ap- plications throughout the world.

This new equipment will join two

MTU 6V396TB83 diesel engines currently installed on the SES-200 to drive four large lift fans used to pump air into the SES cushion. The 6V396 engines were installed at the end of 1988 to enhance lift-system performance and to test advanced

SES ride-control systems. Each en- gine drives one fan from each end through a Vulkan torsional cou- pling. This drive solution signifi- cantly reduces weight and space re- quirements of lift-fan systems and was first used on the SES-200.

For more information and free lit- erature from MTU,

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The U.S. Navy SES-200. to be powered by twin MTU 16V396TB94 marine diesel engines and

KaMeWa waterjets.

MTU, KaMeWa To Supply

Propulsion Machinery

For Repowering U.S. Navy SES-200

MTU North America has been awarded a contract by the U.S.

Navy's David Taylor Research Cen- ter to supply main propulsion diesel engines and, as U.S. representative for Sweden's KaMeWa AB, waterjet propulsion units for the repowering of the Navy's 160-foot, 200-ton sur- face-effect research ship, SES-200.

The new propulsion plant for the

SES-200 will consist of two MTU 16V396TB94 marine diesel engines rated at 2,560 kw (3,433 bhp) each at 2,100 rpm. Coupled to ZF BW755 marine reduction gears (1.87:1), the engines will drive KaMeWa 71S62/6 waterjets via 30-foot-long, 5-inch- diameter intermediate shafts.

The repowering of the SES-200 is sponsored by the Department of

Defense Foreign Weapons Evalua- tion/NATO Comparative Testing

Program, the purpose of which is to evaluate foreign systems and equip- ment to determine the potential for

U.S. service use. "By awarding the contract to

MTU, the U.S. Navy has demon- strated its commitment to objec- tively evaluating technologically advanced components for future high-speed naval vessels," said

Ray Carrell, MTU North Amer- ica president and CEO. "The 16V396TB94 engine, identical to those which recently powered the

Gentry Eagle's record-breaking trans-Atlantic crossing, was selected for this program because of its out- standing performance characteris- tics and its proven reliability. In addition, MTU was chosen for its ability to provide a complete, sys- tem-engineered waterjet propulsion package. We are very pleased to be working with the U.S. Navy on this project and look forward to the advances it will bring to the field of high-performance ship design tech- nology."

The 16V396TB94 engine is

MTU's most advanced version of

Philadelphia Naval Yard

To Perform CV-64 Refit

Under $729.5-Million Pact

The Philadelphia Naval Shipyard will perform a $729.5-million refit of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier Con- stellation (CV-64). The work is scheduled to take two years.

Trinity To Build

Fifth Army LSV

Under $10-Million Pact

The U.S. Army has awarded Moss

Point Marine, Inc., Escatawpa,

Miss., a $10-million contract to build the fifth of a new class of 274- foot Logistics Support Vessels (LSV).

The new ship will actually be built by a sister company in the

Trinity Marine Group, Halter Ma- rine at Moss Point, Miss., since

Moss Point Marine is occupied with building and completing thirty-five 175-foot Army LCU-2000 landing craft.

The LSV is capable of delivering large quantities of cargo to almost any beach or port facility in the world.

With ramps fore and aft, the ship has a drive-through capability and

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Circle 256 on Reader Service Card Circle 213 on Reader Service Card 34 can assist in logistics over the shore operations. Containerized, break- bulk, and roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) cargoes can safely and quickly be loaded, transported and dis- charged.

The all-steel LSV will be 274 feet in length with a 60-foot beam and 16-foot 5-inch depth. Power will be provided by two General Motors

EMD 16-645-E2 diesel engines. The

LSV can transport between 900 and 2,000 short tons of cargo depending on the type of operation. It is capa- ble of approximately 12 knots sus- tained speed and has a range of over 5,500 nautical miles at loaded dis- placement.

Preliminary work has already be- gun and the ship will be delivered in

January 1991.

For free literature detailing the facilities and capabilities of Trinity

Marine Group,

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Wilson & Hayes Mark 55 Years In Business

Wilson & Hayes Inc., a manufac- turer of shipboard furniture, has passed 55 years of business. The company manufactures furniture to any specification—Navy, Coast

Guard, Maritime Administration,

NOAA—as well as for commercial marine projects, offshore oil drilling, the fishing industry, and ferry sys- tems, to name a few. The company has also developed a quick ship pro- gram for small production runs.

Berths, cabinets, desks, lockers, seats, tables, book racks, wardrobes, safes, modular units, galley equip- ment, secretary bureaus, and cus- tom metal joiner trim, in small quantities, can be ordered and shipped in less than a week.

Wilson & Hayes can assist a cus- tomer with interior design/habita- bility projects, providing technical assistance, color coordination, room arrangements and detailed room layouts.

The company's drafting depart- ment can provide engineered/pre- production drawings detailing items and particular specifications.

Currently, Wilson & Hayes is broadening its market to include a replacement program for furniture parts, a rehabilitative program, in- terior design, and installing of equipment on shipboard.

Wilson & Hayes, Inc. puts out a comprehensive catalogue that cross- references Navy, Coast Guard, and

MarAd furniture drawings. It also has brochures and line cards avail- able upon request. For free copies,

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