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Equipment Repair Program," by
Session #3—Working Luncheon.
Speaker: RADM James K. Nun- neley, USN (Ret.), president of
Session #4—Ship Overhaul Pro- cess, Claremont Room.
Moderator: RADM Jamie Adair,
USN (Ret.). 1430-1520—"NAVSEA's Expanded
Planning Yards," by Larry R.
Dutton. 1530-1620—"How Modular Combat
Systems Will Enhance Support of
Surface Combatants," by J. Birin- delli and A.R. Boerum.
Session #5—Process Improve- ment, Brandon Room.
Moderator: Edward T. Kinney. 1430-1520—"Production and Ser- vice Test of Thermal Spray Coat- ings for Naval Machinery," by
R. Helliwell, F. Rogers, and R.
Sulitt. 1530-1620—"Abrasives Reclama- tion in Shipyards," by J. Peart. 1630-1720—"Underwater Repair
ANYWHERE ...even across the frozen
For the Deutz sales/service team nearest you, contact:
Deutz Corporation: 7585 Ponce de Leon Circle
Doraville, Ga. 30340
Telephone: (404) 449-6140 1-800-241-6320
KHD Canada Inc. 180, rue de Normandie
Canada J4B 5S7
Telephone: (514) 641-2680
The Repowering Mission:
To deliver two Deutz SBV 12M 628 diesel engines (total 6,000 hp) to the Canmar Supplier
VII in the frozen Beaufort Sea in the dead of winter.
The Deutz Response:
The Deutz engines were hauled overland to the highway's end, then trucked on the same flatbed trailer across 200 miles of ice to man- made McKinley Island at 140° W, 70° N, in record time.
The Deutz team was on hand to supervise all phases of shipment, receipt, and installation.
We were delighted that with some added man- power, the Canmar crew easily installed the new
Deutz 628s under our engineer's supervision.
No repowering challenge is too chilling for Deutz!
More than 80,000 vessels do.
Deutz is represented in all 50 states and 10 provinces.
KHDI DEUTZ and Ship Husbandry," by LT. Kar- en Lynn, CEC, USN.
Session #6—Acquisition Strategy,
Poplar and Providence Halls.
Moderator: VADM V. Lascara,
USN (Ret.). 1530-1645—"The Cost of Competi- tion and its Consideration in the
Acquisition Strategy," by J.H. Au- gusta and J.S. Grosson.
Thursday, October 4
Session #7— Cost Savings
Through Component Design, Clare- mont Room.
Moderator: Gary D. Schulen- burg. 0830-0920—"RACER—Affordabili- ty Through Maintainability," by
M. Donovan and W. Mattson. 0930-1020—"The Significance of
CAD in the Maintenance and Mod- ernization of Ships," by S. Tatum. 1030-1120—"Water-Lubricated
Rubber Bearings—History and New
Developments," by R. OrndorfF and N. Tiedeman.
Session #8—Combat Systems
Overhaul and Maintenance I, Bran- don Room.
Moderator: COMO G.J. Flannery,
USN 0830-0920—"The Master Ordnance
Repair Program," by CAPT
J. Chenard, USN, and W. Stim- son. 0930-1020—"Combat Systems
Overhaul in a Naval Shipyard," by
CDR G.P. Nanos, USN, and CDR
Huffman, USN. 1030-1120—"Combat Systems
Maintenance," by CDR T.C. Se- ward, USN.
Session #9—Quality Assurance,
Poplar and Providence Halls.
Moderator: RADM W. McGarrah,
USN (Ret.). 0830—"Shipyard Quality Assur- ance," by V.W. Davis. "Ship Overhauls and Quality Assur- ance in Private Shipyards," by
CAPT J.A. Culver, USN. "Quality Assurance," by A.C. Mun- son.
Session #10—Working Lun- cheon.
Speaker: COMO Stuart F. Piatt,
USN, Competition Advocate Gener- al of the Navy.
Session #11—Combat Systems
Overhaul and Maintenance II,
Moderator: RADM John D.
Beecher, USN. 1400-1715—"Remote Technical As- sistance (RTA)," by CDR A.L.
Tucker, USN, and E.G. New- man. "Combat Systems Testing, Surface
Combatants," by J.S. Gallahue. "Integrated Diagnostics—A Chal- lenge in Support Design," by M.
Battagalia and G. Neumann.
Session #12—Maintenance Man- agement, Claremont Room.
Moderator: Gary M. Bowers. 1400-1715—"Maintenance Manage- ment Strategy," by LCDR C.P.
Hedderich, USN, and CDR J.M.
Todd, USN. "Phased Maintenance," by CDR
J.M. Todd, USN. "An Approach to Intra-Cycle Main- tenance Material Management," by
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