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members will be held in the Palla- dian Room. Later that evening, the annual banquet will be held in the

Regncy Ballroom. The event will be presided over by Dr. Alfred Skol- nick, president of the society.

For further information about at- tending ASNE Day '89, contact:

ASNE, 1452 Duke Street, Alexan- dria, Va. 22314; telephone: (703) 836-6727; and fax: (703) 836-7491.

Call for Papers

For ASNE Day '90

Papers on all naval engineering- related subjects are welcome for submission for ASNE Day '90. Pos- sible topics include battle force en- gineering; combat systems; auto- mated logistics; acquisition manage- ment; maintenance; quality assur- ance; configuration control; aviation and space systems; artificial intelli- gence; communications; ship con- struction practices; directed energy effects; propulsion innovations; ship design; auxiliary systems; high per- formance craft; CAD/CAM; elec- tronics design/production; electro- magnetic engineering and marine engineering.

A one-page abstract should be submitted prior to July 1, 1989.

Drafts are due prior to September 1, 1989. All abstracts or questions con- cerning papers for ASNE Day '90 should be directed to: ASNE Day

Papers 1990, Capt. James E.

Grabb, USCG (Ret.), Naval Engi- neers Journal, 1452 Duke Street,

Alexandria, Va. 22314; telephone: (703) 836-6727; and fax: (703) 836- 7491.



Thursday, May 4

Session 1 9 a.m.—This opening session will deal in topical issues facing the Navy, the American

Society of Naval Engineers and the naval engineering profession.

Moderators: Rear Adm. Wayne E. Meyer,

USN (Ret.) and Capt. George P. Nanos Jr.,

USN assistant.

Technical Keynote

Capt. Clark Graham, USN.

The subjects will include the changing maritime strategy, Navy's role in space, emerging command and control in com- bined forces, and a forward look into sealift and the marine industry. The speakers will be the nation's leaders in these dynamic, rapidly changing subjects. This session will set the theme of Naval Engineering Into the

Next Century for ASNE Day 1989.


Noon-12:30 p.m.—Luncheon for ticket holders in Regency Ballroom and Regency

Gallery. 12:30-2:15 p.m.—Presentation of Jim- mie Hamilton and Solberg Awards in the

Regency Ballroom.

Luncheon address by Vice Adm. Peter M.

Hekman, USN, Commander, Naval Sea Sys- tems Command.

Palladian Room-Session 2A

Moderators: Rear Adm. Robert L. Johan- son, USCG, and Capt. James W. Kehoe, USN (Ret.), assistant. 2:30 p.m.—"Review and Analysis of Ship

Maneuverability Criteria," by Volf Asinovs- ky. 3:15 p.m.—"The Airwake of a DD-963

Class Destroyer," Lt. Cmdr. Michael K.

Johns, USN, and J. Val. Healy. 4 p.m.—"Ship Roll Stabilization in the

U.S. Navy," by A. Erich Baitis and Louis V.


Diplomat Room—Session 2B

Moderators: Robert P. Fulton and Lt. Cmdr.

John G. Tuttle, USCG, assistant. 2:30 p.m.—"Calculating Operational

Availability of Intermittent-Use Ship Sys- tems," by Daniel H. Conway and Adam R.

Poh. 3:15 p.m.—"Technical Documentation

Management in the Era of the Paperless

Ship," by John Chickering and Williams B.

Quails 4 p.m.—"The Surface Ship Maintenance

Challenge," by Kenneth S. Jacobs and Ber- tram D. Smith Jr.

Blue Room—Session 2C

Moderators: Rear Adm. Roger B. Home

Jr., USN, and James L. Corder, assistant. 2:30 p.m.—"Central Power Generation

System for U.S. Coast Guard Polar Ice- breakers," by Larry Wilkerson and Clayton

W. Davis. 3:15 p.m.—"Integrated Ship Machinery

Systems Revisted," by William J. Leve- dahl. 4 p.m.—"The Evolution of Gas Turbine

Control Systems Aboard U.S. Navy Ships," by Cmdr. John H. Preisel, USN. 5-6 p.m.-Cocktail party for all registraints in the Exhibit Hall and Ambassador Room.

Friday, May 5

Palladian Room—Session 3A

Moderators: Rear Adm. John T. Hood,

USN, and James F. Horton, assistant. 8:30 a.m.—"Small Craft Survivability En- hancement through the Use of Smoke," by

John R. Kennedy, Michael Ringwald, Carl

W. Lohkamp and Lt. Cmdr. James R. Schon- berger, USN. 9:15 a.m.—"Cleer: An Al System Devel- oped to Assist Equipment Arrangements on

Warships," by H. Harry Zhou, Barry G. Sil- verman and Joel Sinkol.

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