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A Look Ahead at the 88th
ANNUAL MEETING of
The 88th Annual Meeting of
The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will con- vene at The New York Hilton Ho- tel on November 13-15, 1980 ac- cording to an announcement made by Lester Rosenblatt, president of the Society. "Again this year," Mr. Rosen- blatt said, "we will have 14 ex- cellent technical papers on Thurs- day and Friday .... I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the
President's Luncheon on Thurs- day, the Banquet on Friday, and of course, the Saturday night
The papers have been especi- ally selected by the Society's Pa- pers Committee for the highest interest to the largest number of people attending, and the final printed papers, discussions and authors' closures will constitute most of the Society's Transac- tions, to be published in 1981.
Mr. Rosenblatt will give his fi- nal message as president at the
President's Luncheon in the West
Ballroom. Several important awards will be made, among the
Cochrane Award and the Joseph
H. Linnard Prize, at the Lunch- eon. The Annual Business Session will be held at 4:00 p.m. in the
Trianon Ballroom, where the mem- bers will elect a new president of the Society for a two-year term beginning January 1, 1981.
On Friday at 7:30 p.m., the An- nual Banquet will take place in the Grand Ballroom with Mr.
Rosenblatt presiding. After the dinner, the David W. Taylor Med- al will be awarded to Peter M.
Palermo, director, Structural In- tegrity Division, Naval Sea Sys- tems Command. The Vice Admiral "Jerry" Land Medal will be given to P. Takis Veliotis, executive vice president-marine, General
Dynamics Corp. and general man- ager, Electric Boat Division. The biennially awarded Davidson Med- al will be presented to Manley St.
Denis, professor emeritus, Uni- versity of Hawaii. The Elmer A.
Sperry Award will be made to
Leslie J. Clark for pioneering work in LNG transport.
The Banquet speaker will be (continued on page 16)
SNAME '80 Technical Program At A Glance
Trianon Mercury 9:00 1. Propeller
Coatings . . . 3. Liquid Dynamic
Loads In LNG
Cargo Tanks 7. Analyzing Barge
Offshore . . . 9. Ship Maneuver- ing and Control in Wind 10:30 2. Hull Foulants and Ship
Economics . . . 4. Service Experi- ence—125,000 m3
LNG Vessels 8. Motions/Loads of a Ship in
Waves . . . 10. Measurement of
Characteristics 12:00 President's Luncheon 2:00 11. Preventing
Vibration 13. Thrusters for
Ship Maneuver- ing and Dynamic
Positioning 2:30 5. Technology Survey of Major U.S.
Shipyards 6. Collisions and Pre- dicting Structural
Response . . . 3:30 12. Hydroelasticity and Vibrations of Internal
Steelwork of Tanks 14. Reducing Hull
Due to Propeller
Cavitation 4:00 Business Session 14 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News