SNAME 1978-79 Program For San Diego Section
The San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers has announced the following program for the 1978-79 season: September 20, 1978—Regular meeting of the San Diego Section. Paper: "Heavy Lift Ship Design and Costs," by Benjamin V.
Andrews, consultant, Menlo Park, Calif.
October 13, 14 and 15, 1978—California Sections Joint Meeting, Santa Barbara, sponsored by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section.
November 15, 16 and 17, 1978—SNAME 87th Annual Meeting, The New York Hilton, New York City.
November 29, 1978—Joint meeting with The American Society of Naval Engineers, San Diego, Calif. Papers: "Vibration Analysis Analysis of Rotating Machinery," by Michael Schwabbe, PRC Inc., and "Ferro Graphics Analysis," by Comdr. Charles Remo, Nav Air Pac.
January 17, 1979—Regular meeting, San Diego Section. Paper: "A Proposed Combined Cycle Marine Power Plant," by Norman L.
Maclntyre, product engineer, Solar Turbines International.
February 21, 1979—Regular meeting, San Diego Section. Paper: "Marine Corrosion Control With a Coating Based on Wool Wax," by Dr. Warren C. Simpson, Eureka Chemical Co., South San Francisco, Calif.
March 21, 1979—Regular meeting, San Diego Section—Past Chairman's Night. Paper: "3K Surface Effect Ship—Noise and Vibration Control Techniques," by Gary Fox, Rohr Industries, San Diego.
April 20, 21 and 22, 1979—Annual Spring Meeting, San Diego Section, Sea Lodge, La Jolla, Calif. Theme, "Marine Diesel Power— A Forward View." Papers: "Recent Operating Experience with Slow Speed Marine Diesels," by Robert Lavine, David B. Sucharski and E.V. Stewart, Atlantic Richfield Company, Operations—Marine Transport Department, Los Angeles; "Current Design and Performance Requirements—Medium Speed Diesel for Marine Service," by Alan C. Barich, DeLaval; "Some Thoughts on Main Propulsion Marine Diesel Engines and Their Applications," by R.D. Jacobs, managermarine sales, Fairbanks Morse.
April 27 and 28, 1979—SNAME 1979 Spring Meeting/STAR Symposium, Hyatt Regency, Houston, Texas.
May 1979—San Diego Section Field Trip.
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- Bethlehem Beaumont Yard Receives Drilling Rig Contract From Marlin page: 7
- Northwest Marine Gets $2.67-Million Drydock Contract From IHI page: 7
- Mo ran Towing And Crowley Maritime Form Ocean Salvors page: 8
- Excess Insurance Appoints CMI, Inc. page: 8
- ICHCA Elects Murdoch To Succeed Holubowicz page: 9
- Fred W. Beltz Jr. Elected Vice President DeLaval Turbine Inc. page: 10
- Pouch To Succeed Shields As President Barber Steamship Lines page: 10
- Newport News Shipbuilding Delivers Converted Tanker Exxon Galveston page: 11
- MarAd Approves Noble-National Title XI 'Guarantee page: 11
- Matton Shipyard Delivers The Michael Turecamo —Latest Addition To The Turecamo Fleet page: 11
- Shipyard President Named Maritime Man Of The Year page: 12
- Blount Delivers Passenger/Vehicle Ferry For Run Between New London And Fisher's Island page: 14
- Corps Of Engineers Names Raymond Gabriel Chief Of Procurement page: 14
- ASNE And SNAME Pacific Northwest Section Hold Joint Meeting In Bremerton, Washington page: 16
- Tank Ship Fleet Analysis Released page: 16
- Halter Marine Delivers Two Of Four Supply Boats To Arthur Levy Enterprises page: 16
- Worthington Pump Appoints H.R. Lemcke page: 17
- Delta Line Combined Fleet Adds New Ports —Executives Named page: 17
- Equitable Shipyards, Inc. Lays Keel For Third 2,000-DWT Breakbulk Vessel For American Atlantic page: 18
- Bailey Meter Is Now Bailey Controls Company page: 18
- Global Marine Awards Drilling Rig Contract To Davie Shipbuilding page: 20
- Grandson Of Founder Nominee For Todd Board page: 20
- Mississippi Marine Launches Its First Offshore Supply Vessel page: 23
- SNAME 1978-79 Program For San Diego Section page: 23
- Bethlehem Steel Awards Design Contract To Morris Guralnick Assoc. page: 24
- Robert H. Wager Co., Inc. Elects New Officers page: 24
- Natomas-Skaarup Offers Bunkering Services In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia page: 24
- Philadelphia Section Holds Annual Dinner-Dance page: 24
- Michael Marinaro Advanced By Worthington Compressors' Division page: 25
- Johnny's Propeller Shop Expands Houma Facility page: 25
- 10-Year, $100-Billion Navy Shipbuilding Program Advocated page: 30
- Taywood-Santa Fe Awarded Management Project In North Sea page: 30
- NAVSECPHILADIV Annual Awards Presented To Carlton And Bruner page: 31
- FMC Corporation Names Gill To Newly Created Post page: 31
- G.M. Electro-Motive Diesels Hit 100-Millionth Horsepower Mark page: 32
- Bird-Johnson Receives Bow Thruster Contract page: 32
- Sun Ship Tanker Christening Highlights Yard's Family Day page: 32
- No. California SNAME Discusses Ships And Terminals For Nodules Mined From Deep Pacific Ocean page: 33
- Mexican Ship Operator Employs British Company To Supervise Construction In Japanese Yard page: 33
- Zapata Corp. Forms New Fishing Group- Conrad Named President page: 34
- Port Everglades Authority Appoints Peter McChesney page: 35
- Butterworth Introduces Stainless-Steel Tank Cleaning Machine page: 35
- Engine Diagnostic System page: 37
- Gotaas-Larsen Forms New LNG Marketing Unit page: 38
- MMC Unveils A Versatile New Portable Sonic Tank Gauging Tape For Inventory Control page: 39
- Marine Services Div. Geosource Inc. Delivers Self-Propelled Barge page: 40
- Use Of Fuel Additive Shows Bunker Oil Savings Of Over 10% page: 40
- Strachan Shipping Co. Elects Mickey Lane To Board Of Directors page: 41
- APL Plans New Ship Construction Program —Retains L.A. Hardlander page: 41
- Bay-Houston Towing Announces $10.6-Million Expansion Program page: 41
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