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Subsea Vehicles: UUVs

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Jan/Feb 2014 ContentsVolume 57  Number 1 Tech File 18 Sub Simulation Numerical simulation of submarine maneuvering is a challenging problem recently been addressed by technological advances in CFD. By Dejan Matic, Bill Clark, Ganesh Venkatesan, CD-adapco 18Andrew Safer writes about the business perspective on technology issues, with a particular focus on the ocean technology sector. His articles have been published in more than 60 international, national, regional, and local trade and business magazines. p. 26Claudio Paschoa is a long-time contributor both in print and online, and is Marine Technology Reporter?s correspondent in Rio de Janeiro. He also writes a twice weekly blog found on pgs. 22 & 30Tom Peters is a freelance writer living in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, a suburb of Halifax. He is retired from the newspaper business after 41 years with The Halifax Chronicle- Herald where he held several editorial positions during his career. In his last 10 years at the paper he was a business reporter with a strong focus on the marine industry. p. 46Authors Authors Safer22Lubricants22 Environment First Castrol Offshore has invested mightily in its quest to develop a new Environmental Lubricant with the support of OneSubsea. By Claudio PaschoaCastrol Offshore CD AdapcoPh: (714) 546-3478 E-mail: [email protected]: Seco Seals MTR Jan14.indd 11/27/2014 2:38:38 PMPaschoa Peters January/February 2014 4 MTRMTR #1 (1-17).indd 4MTR #1 (1-17).indd 41/27/2014 3:46:27 PM1/27/2014 3:46:27 PM

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