London To Host Two-Day Conference On Ship Propulsion

At an i n t e r n a t i o n a l two-day conference on Operational Aspects of Propulsion Shafting Systems in London on May 21 and 22, 1979, sponsored by the Committee on International Co-operation on Marine Engineering Systems (ICMES) and the Institute of Marine Engineers (IMarE), speakers from Austria, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, the United States, and Federal Germany, will present papers on the theory and practice of propulsion shaft alignment and its interaction on the ship.

Registration fees are £81.04 for members of the sponsoring bodies, £88.60 for nonmembers, and include one set of preprinted papers, refreshments and lunch.

However, to encourage young engineers to attend and participate in the discussions, the sponsors are allocating a limited number of free places, details of which, together with all other information, are available from: The Conference Officer, The Institute of Marine Engineers, 76 Mark Lane, London EC3R 7JN, England.

The conference will be opened by A. Flising, chairman of ICMES, with A. Laredo, C h a n t i e r s de 1'Atlantique, T.W. Bunyan, P and 0 Pilgrim Engineering Developments, R. Wareldsma, Technische H o g e s c h o o l , D e l f t , and E.M.O.

Roren, Aker Engineering A / S Norway, as session chairmen.

The conference proceedings, inclusive of papers, discussions and authors' replies, will be published as a volume at a later date.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 27,  Dec 15, 1978

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