CANADIAN MARITIME INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION'S 43RD ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE
FEBRUARY 12-13, 1991, OTTAWA, CANADA Arrangements are being finalized for the Canadian Maritime Industries Association's 43rd Annual Technical Conference, which will be held at the Ottawa Congress Center and the Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario, on Monday, February 11 and Tuesday, February 12, 1991.
"As a result of the resounding success of the Canadian Shipbuilding & Offshore Exhibition, we have decided to include the Canadian Shipbuilding and Offshore Exhibition (CSOE '91) on the program for our 1991 Conference," said Canadian Maritime Industries Association (CMIA) president James Y.
Clarke. "This added feature has resulted in a tremendous interest in the conference, the largest technical marine conference held in Canada.
CSOE '91 will be a major component of the conference." Mr. Clarke pointed out that the technical conference's open sessions, which begin at 9 a.m. on February 12, will be presented in adjacent rooms on the Capital Hall level at the Ottawa Congress Center. The preliminary list of technical presentations is attached.
CSOE '91 will be located in the Congress Hall at the Ottawa Congress Center. Exhibitions such as CSOE '91 help bring together all interested parties in the marine industry.
Some 150 booths are available and it is expected that they will all be occupied.
Exhibition hours will be 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on Monday, February 11 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the following day.
Mr. Clarke noted that the 1990 technical conference and exhibition (CSOE '90) attracted over 900 persons from across Canada and around the world, including international media and government officials.
For registration or exhibit information, contact: Mrs. Joy Mac- Pherson, director, administration & finance, Canadian Maritime Industries Association, P.O. Box 1429, Station B, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada KIP 5R4; telephone: (613) 232- 7127; telex: 053-4848; fax: (613) 232- 2490.
TECHNICAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS "Combined Propulsion Plants for Fast Vessels. Realization Through Advances in Diesel Technology," by a representative from MTU.
"Hybrid Propulsion for Oceangoing Submarines," by Carel A.
Prins, RDM, and Douwe Stapersma, NEVESBU.
"Canadian Research on Ship Capsizing in Severe Seas," by Stefan Grochowalski, National Research Council, Institute for Marine Dynamics.
"Build It or Buy It," by Lt. Comdr.
Douglas V.P. Thoreson, Maritime Combat Systems National Defense.
"Canadian Naval Initiatives in Environmental Engineering and the Associated Business Opportunities," by Cmdr. R.K. Johnson, Marine and Electrical Engineering, National Defense.
"NRC Hull Form Series for Surface Ships," by I. Datta and W.D.
Molyneux, National Research Council, Institute for Marine Dynamics.
"Ship Trials Capabilities of the Institute for Marine Dynamics," by D. Cumming, J.P. Millan, and F.M. Williams, National Research Council, Institute for Marine Dynamics.
"Alfa-Laval Transfers ALCAP Technology to New LOPX Lube Oil Separation System," by a representative from Alfa-Laval Limited.
"Coast Guard—A Pollution-Free Stern Sealing System," by Brian Rowland, Deep Sea Seals Ltd.
"High Speed Vertical Pump Drive Motors for Offshore Platforms," by P.D. Richardson, Siemens Electric Limited.
"Large Scale Military Software Development in Canada," by Alan Steele, Paramax Electronics Inc.
"The Why, What and How of Ada Software Development," by Paul D. Hamilton, Paramax Electronics Inc. •
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