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  • The motor vessel Dennis Hendrix, a new 8,400-horsepower towboat in the fleet of American Commercial Barge Line Company, was christened in ceremonies Saturday, July 16, at the riverfront in Owensboro, Ky.

    The vessel, which is equal to the largest and most powerful towboats operated by ACBL, the principal operating company in the Inland Waterways Services Division of Texas Gas Transmission Corporation, was named to honor Texas Gas president Dennis Hendrix.

    The ceremony was held at the foot of Frederica Street, where the new towboat was docked. Master of ceremonies was H. J. Bobzien Jr., president of the Inland Waterways Services Division. J.

    W. Hershey, chairman of American Commercial Lines, Inc., and a member of the Texas Gas board of directors, was the principal speaker.

    The highlight of the traditional ceremonies was the actual christening of the towboat, at which time the sponsor, Mrs. Jennie Hendrix, broke a bottle of champagne over a capstan on the forward deck and officially named the vessel in honor of her husband.

    The Dennis Hendrix is the sixth ACBL towboat in the 8,400-horsepower series. It will join 51 other towboats in the ACBL fleet, which also includes approximately 1,500 barges, in moving tows of various types of freight on the inland waterways. The Hendrix was constructed by Jeffboat, Incorporated of Jeffersonville, Ind., and was launched there May 28 to undergo final outfitting while it floated on the Ohio River. Jeffboat also is a unit in the Inland Waterways Services Division of Texas Gas.

    The Hendrix, like the other towboats in the 8,400-horsepower series, is a triple-screw craft capable of moving barge tows of 50,000 tons or more. The vessel's three diesel engines, which will generate 2,800 horsepower each, turn three five-bladed propellers that are 9 feet 2 inches in diameter.

    Three steering rudders and six flanking rudders, all streamline, are operated by independent hydraulic systems. The vessel is 180 feet long and 52 feet wide.

    Equipment aboard the Hendrix provides outstanding features of safety, handling ease, and crew comfort. Highly sophisticated communications and ship-control equipment includes radar, digital depth indicator, and swing-ometer.

    Closed-circuit television enables the vessel's captain or the pilot on duty to maintain a constant visual check on the engine room and other areas of the towboat.

  • Maury, a sleek oceanographic survey ship nearing completion at Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point shipyard, was christened recently by Mrs. Dennis R. Shaw of Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Shaw, who, as the ship sponsor, broke a bottle of champagne on the bow, is the wife of Dennis R. Shaw, Deputy

  • fenders include shoreside facilities, such as ports, docks and marinas, and offshore platforms and rigs. According to owners Greg Armfield and Dennis Kerber, the company's products are economical, durable, and ecologically sound alternative to virgin rubber. Founded in 1950 by the late Fred Schuyler

  • Slingmax Rigging Products, Aston, Pa., has added Twin-Path Extra ™ Slings to their product line, according to Dennis St. Germain, president of the company. The company already markets the innovative Twin-Path™ Lifting Sling line. The new sling product consists of two complete slings in one, each maki

  • The Falk Corporation, Milwaukee, Wise.-based subsidiary of the Sundstrand Corporation, recently announced three personnel appointments. Dennis J. Clark, who joined Falk in 1971 and was previously a sales representative in the St. Louis and Pittsburgh offices, was appointed district manager of

  • will also administer certain projects and inprocess contracts on behalf of Norcontrol, who will fully honor all such outstanding commitments. Dennis Hogan, who was formerly Kongsberg North America's sales manager for Norcontrol products, has been named president of Nav-Control, Inc. His experience a

  • Guy Ames Stitt, president of American Maritime Int'l, Inc. (AMI), has announced the appointment of Dennis C. Tarbutton to the position of vice president-marine support services. Mr. Tarbutton will have the responsibility for providing support services to marine equipment manufacturers and other

  • Dennis Banta, president of Leevac Shipyards, Jennings, La., a division of the Leevac Corporation, has named Charles A. Hall as sales manager, responsible for U.S. and international sales of marine vessels and repair operations. Mr. Hall, a marine engineer with more than 20 years of management and

  • Bruce R. Bond has been appointed senior coordinator-operations, and J. Dennis Houston has been named coordinator-pricing in the International Marine Sales Department of Texaco Inc., it was announced by Kenneth F. Murchison, general manager in charge of that department. In their new assignments, Messrs.

  • 15,000 horsepower. The stationary or industrial models of the "Universal Unaflow" engines are available in various capacities to 10,000 horsepower. R. Dennis Whiting, company vice president, said that growing interest in steam engines for marine propulsion and electrical generation prompted the company

  • , eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, Delaware, and Washington, D.C. Dennis Derby is regional marketing manager in the Northeast, with Phil Janvrin and Don Quillen district marketing managers. Crowley's Caribbean operations

  • City Division, and Richard A. Adams to chief engineer at the New Iberia Division. To assist Mr. Newchurch in the management of the Gulfport Division, Dennis P. Garrard has been named senior project engineer; James W. Powell, general superintendent; and Murphy J. Naquin Jr., purchasing agent. At the

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    MIT and the Amster- dam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute). The project is led by MIT professors Carlo Ratti, Daniela Rus, Dennis Frenchman, and Andrew Whittle. In the future, Amsterdam wants the roboats to cruise its 165 winding canals, transporting goods and people, collecting

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    cameras to look for hidden wind blade damage to keep blades operational for longer and drive down the costs of wind energy. INSET: Tom Rice, left, and Dennis Roach of Sandia National Laboratories set up a crawling robot for a test inspection of a wind blade seg- ment. www.marinelink.com 49 MR #7 (42-49)

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    and robotic businesses in a series of projects to out- with energy businesses to develop ma- might even have to replace the blade.” crawler project lead Dennis Roach says ? t drones with infrared cameras that use chines that noninvasively inspect wind These inspections have been popular that a phased array

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    virtual aids-to-navigation that provide an AIS signal to mark hazards to navigation in locations where a physical aid-to-navigation does not exist. By Dennis Bryant The Automatic Identi? cation System (AIS) was developed possibility of close encounters and the need to change course with the sole goal

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    CONTENTS MarineNews May 2019 • Volume 30 Number 5 INSIGHTS 16 Dennis Wilmsmeyer Executive Director, America’s Central Port INSURANCE 26 Risk Management on the Inland Waterways Evolves FeaturesFeatures Credit: Mike Little Is it time for P&I clubs to return to brown water? And should inland

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