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  • The Australian government has asked two European companies— Ingenieurkontor Lubeck/Howaldtswerke- Deutsche Werft (IKLHDW) of West Germany and Kockums AB of Sweden—to submit detailed proposals for the design and construction, in Australia, of new submarines for the Royal Australian Navy. The two companies were selected from an original list of seven prominent international submarine designers and builders.

    Plans call for the construction of from five to eight boats, with the most likely number being six. Total cost of six subs at current prices is about $1.8 billion (US). Plans call for the first vessel to be launched in 1992.

    The two European companies have been invited to develop design proposals that would involve Australian industry in the program.

    They have also been asked to provide data on construction sites in Australia, and to identify logistic support and maintenance requirements.

    It is expected that IKL-HDW will offer the IKL 2000 design, and Kockums will submit its type 471 boat.

  • all areas of management of Navy ship design and maintenance. CDI Marine Company, a major division of CDI Corporation of Philadelphia, is a prominent supplier of naval architectural and marine engineering services to shipyards, both Navy and commercial, and to their supporting industries.

  • Lester Rosenblatt, chairman of the board of M. Rosenblatt & Son, the prominent naval architectural and marine engineering firm, has announced the appointment of Perry W. Nelson as president. Mr. Nelson's marine career started with employment as a ship draftsman with the W.C. Nickum naval architecture

  • Lake Shore, Inc., Iron Mountain/ Kingsford, Mich., prominent manufacturer of marine cranes, winches, windlasses and mooring systems, has opened a Gulf Coast sales office to expand its services to the offshore oil industry. The facility is located at Lake View of Cypress Station, 400 FM 1960 West

  • proposed regulations and standards published by the U. S. Coast Guard and the Inter- Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO). Prominent among these proposed regulations is the requirement for a steering failure alarm system which can quickly detect rudder position errors and actuate v

  • One of the most prominent men in the Inland Waterways shipping industry, Floyd H. Blaske, died on February 27, 1977. He was 63. Services were held in Louisville, Ky., on March 2. Mr. Blaske was chairman and chief executive officer of the American Commercial Barge Line Co., and of Jeffboat, Inc.

  • Three appointments to key staff positions were recently announced by Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc. (MGA), prominent San Francisco, Calif., firm of naval architects and marine engineers. Henry Berk has been appointed chief electrical engineer. Robert K. Richardson has been appointed s e n i o r

  • FFGs." Admiral Synnot also stressed the important features of the FFG-7 class ship—in particular, the minimum manning concept. This concept was most prominent in the minds of the Australian Defence Department when they were selecting the most suitable ship to "meet Australia's needs in years ahead,

  • the largest boiler manufacturer in the U.S. Through its subsidiary, Stein Industrie, Alsthom is one of Europe's leading boiler manufacturers and a prominent exporter of boilers to many countries. It has been cooperating with Combustion Engineering for over 40 years. The new group is expected to have

  • , Inc. Much of the editorial content was contributed by A.W.O. Truly national in scope, the American Waterways Operators, Inc., is the most prominent and influential industry organization throughout the entire U.S. shallowdraft sector—both coastal and inland. A.W.O. membership, including shipyards

  • Nickum & Spaulding Associates, Inc., a prominent Pacific Northwest naval architect and marine engineering firm with offices in Seattle and Portland, has voted new appointments in its corporate management structure. Philip F. Spaulding, past president, has been elected chairman of the board, replacing G

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    V VESSELS and the 18th built as part of the teaming USS Delaware (BB 28), which was de- 2013. The submarine was christened by VLCC with New SOx agreement with General Dynamics Elec- livered by Newport News in 1910. Jill Biden, the former Second Lady of Scrubber Delivered tric Boat. More than 10

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    and ? ag raising ceremo- ny was held in Vladivostok for Sovcom? ot’s latest Arctic shuttle tanker. The vessel was named after Mikhail Laza- rev, a prominent Russian admiral and explorer known for his discovery of Antarctica. The tanker was ordered by Sovcom? ot to transport crude oil for the Novy

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    SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER vessel to reach the North Pole unaccom- transits to get on station and conduct Mardiros. The number one mission for panied—but it is designed primarily for operations with limited or no logistics the new PSC will be to carry out the an- Meet The “Fleet” scienti?

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    VESSELS Metal Shark Expands Into Peru state-operated Peruvian shipyard Servicios Industriales de la Marina (SIMA-PERU SA). The ? rst round of Peruvian Navy maritime interdiction vessels are now being built by Metal Shark in the United States. Under a co-production agreement with SIMA, Metal Shark plans

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    ZF T ruster Tech for R/V Roger Revelle The research vessel Roger Revelle is currently going through an extensive mid-life re? t. One of the upgrades to the vessel is the installation of tele- scoping thruster technology from ZF Marine. The vessel is owned by the US Navy and operated by the Scripps

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    By Edward Lundquist NATO’s 3,100-ton, 305-foot research vessel NRV Alliance has been a lead- ing platform for underwater acoustics research to the bene? t of NATO navies. The ship operated with a civilian crew under the German ? ag for many years for the NATO SACLANT Center, later re- named the NATO

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    Authors & Contributors Bianchi Ewing Lundquist Maslin Manley Mulligan Technology Reporter. He travelled to La Bianchi Mulligan Alessandra Bianchi is Communications Spezia, Italy to report this story. Tom Mulligan graducated from Trinity Director of SeaTrac Systems Inc. College Dublin in 1979, with a BA

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  • MR Oct-19#57 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Today there are 23 employees under the employ of BHG focuses on concept preliminary and regulatory degree it is still a chicken and egg scenario regarding BHG and Houston-based sister company The Shearer packages, with detailed production support handled by where they are going

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Roland (Rollie) H. Webb is Senior Vice President, Robert Allan Ltd. He has more than 40 years of experience in marine engineer- ing and shipyard experience, starting out in ship operations as a Marine Engineer at sea, followed by 32 years of shipyard experience in Canada and the US

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION second suggesting that sailing bulkers will go as fast as today’s fastest sailboats, For each column I write, Mari- it should never be forgotten that the fast- time Reporter & Engineering News has agreed to make a small est waterborne circumnavigations have donation to an

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Rik van Hemmen is the President of Martin & Ottaway, a marine consulting ? rm that specializes in the resolution of technical, operational and ? nancial issues in maritime. By training he is an Aerospace and Ocean engineer and has spent the majority of his career in engineering

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION The Arleigh Burke design has been the workhorse of the US Navy for over 20 years, and will be for another 40-50 years. or for NOAA, Coast Guard, or for Taiwan or Australia.” Outside of the government focus, our DLBA business has been a tremendous addition to the company. The

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION -isfaction ratings, our highest quality re- er…once again proving if you take care you look at the evolution of ship the ? eld of naval architecture. We were cordings and the highest Employee Sat- of the people, the people take care of the design, what do you count as the an

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Looking Back, Forging Ahead Hindsight, they say is 20/20, and in this regard renowned design house Gibbs & Cox has nine decades in the rearview mirror on which to lean. We recently caught up with Chris Deegan, President and CEO of Gibbs & Cox, celebrating its 90th anniversary in

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    PRODUCTS Successful USN Tests on Cox Powertrain’s CXO300 Diesel Outboards Cox Powertrain, the British developer and manufacturer of high-powered diesel outboards, is reporting the suc- cessful completion of the ? rst round Trelleborg’s DynaMoor Improves of in-? eld outboard validation tests

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    . networks supporting LNG are the most mature of the al- Certainly, small-scale LNG supply is one of the impor- ternative fuels, it is expected to be a prominent contributor tant challenges facing would-be adopters; in fact, it is a to the industry’s decarbonization efforts. current constraint. There are