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ASNE Day Preview (continued) 10 a.m.—"Control of the Topside Elec- tromagnetic Environment," by Charles J.
Diplomat Room—Session 3B
Moderators: Harlan T. Haller and Allen G.
Ford, assistant. 8:30 a.m.—"SFS—The 55-Knot Sealift
Ship," by John 0. Bowden and Gerald D.
Embry. 9:15 a.m.—"Estimation of Structural
Service Life of Ships," by Bilal M. Ayyub,
Gregory J. White and Edward S. Purcell. 10 a.m.—"Comparative Assessment of
U.S. and Foreign Buoy Tenders," by Capt.
James W. Kehoe, USN (Ret ), Kenneth S.
Brower and Lt. Cmdr. John G. Tuttle,
Blue Room—Session 3C
Moderators: William B. Morgan and
Bruce H. Barber, assistant. 8:30 a.m.—"Full Scale Trials of Pre-Swirl
Vanes and Modified Propellers," by Robert
D. Sedat, Edward S. Purcell, and Carol L.
Hervey. 9:15 a.m.—"Hydrodynamic Evaluation of
Hull Forms with Podded Propellers." by Bill
Cheng, Janet S. Dean, Ronald W. Miller and
William L. Cave III. 10 a.m.—"The Navy, Industry and Diesel
Propulsion for Submarines, 1914-1940," by
Gary E. Weir. 11-11:45 a.m.—ISHERWOOD LECTURE.
Regency Ballroom "An Unsinkable Navy," by Dr. Edward
Teller. 2 p.m.—Annual Business Meeting. Palla- dian Room, for all members.
Palladian Room-Session 4A
Moderators: Rear Adm. Malcolm MacKin- non III, USN and Gary L. Jayne, assistant. 2:45 p.m.—"Risk Management in Repair
Work Decision Making," by Bertram D.
Smith Jr. 3:30 p.m.—"Standard Hardware Acquisi- tion and Reliability Program," by Larry W.
Diplomat Room—Session 4B
Moderators: William N. Sweet and Philip
Covich, assistant. 2:45 p.m.—"Technology Gaming," by
Dale K. Pace and David D. Moran. 3:30 p.m.—"A Methodology for Quantify- ing Interoperability," by Dennis R. Mensh,
Robert S. Kite and Paul H. Darby.
Blue Room—Session 4C
Moderators: Rear Adm. William C. Wyatt.
USN (Ret.) and Charles M. Atchison, assist- ant. 2:45 p.m.—"Naval Lithium Battery Safe- ty Program," by Stanley C. Shuler and John
W. Moranski. 3:30 p.m.—"Current-Limiting Protector for Low-Voltage High-Current Applications," by Franklin T. Emery and Jiing L. Wu.
Blue Room 7-8 p.m.—ASNE RECEPTION—for ban- quet ticket holders.
Regency Ballroom 8 p.m.—Banquet—presided over by Dr.
Alfred Skolnick, president, ASNE. Black tie or dinner dress uniform required. Presenta- tion of awards.
ASNE 89 Exhibitors
Aeronav Labs 3
Alco Power 137
Allison Gas Turbine 244
Alpha Laval Separator 215
American Bureau of Shipping 50
American Management Systems . . .250
Appleton Marine 13
Bath Iron Works 112
BMT International 247
Carleton Technologies 71
CDI Marine 51
Cincinnati Gear 34
CMB Industries-Bailey 131
Fairbanks Morse 55
Combination Pump Valve 1
Combustion Engineering 108
Crane Resistoflex 153
CTI Industries 174
Cummins Engine 118
Cunningham Marine Hydraulics . . . .111
David Taylor NSRDC 192
Dayton Brown 14
Designers & Planners 149
Direction Des Constructions
Diversified Technologies 242
Doane, L.C 210
Dresser Pump/Worthington 16
Dundics' Enterprises —
EG&G Sealol 72
Federal Resources 21
Fire Tech Rep 94
Flagg, Stanley G 117
FMC-Naval Systems 33
GE (Creatacor) 221/22
GE/RCA Aerospace & Defense .... 27
Gibbs & Cox 113
Hays/Div. of Romac —
Hemisphere Dev. Services 127
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