Donald E Ridley

  • Capt. Perry W. Nelson, USN (Ret.), president of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a professional/technical organization for members of the mar rine industry, announced the following committee chairmen for 1986: STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES Advisory Public Service Committee— Donald P. Courtsal, vice president, acquisitions, Allegheny Financial Group, and vice president, Advisory Public Service for the Society.

    Applications Committee—William duBarry Thomas, naval architect, J.J. Henry Co., Inc.

    Audit Committee—Lester Rosenblatt, chairman of the board and chief executive officer, M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc. and past president of the Society.

    Awards Committee—Rear Adm.

    Kenneth E. Wilson Jr., USN (Ret.), management consultant.

    Banquet Committee—Roderick B. Hulla, project manager, J.J.

    Henry Co., Inc.

    Budget and Endowments Committee— Donald L. Caldera, chairman and chief executive officer, Bahama Cruise Line, Inc.

    Dinner Dance Committee—Robert J. Bazzini, national sales manager, Transamerica Delaval, Inc.

    Education Committee—William E. Zimmie, consultant, Hyde Products, Inc.

    Exposition Committee—Robert G. Mende, secretary and executive director of the Society.

    Fellows Committee—Prof. Richard B. Couch, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, the University of Michigan and honorary vice president of the Society.

    Finance Committee—Daniel D.

    Strohmeier, past president of the Society.

    Journal of Ship Production Committee— Prof. Howard McR.

    Bunch, NAVSEA professor, the University of Michigan.

    Journal of Ship Research Committee— Ralph D. Cooper, director, marine board, National Academy of Sciences and honorary vice president of the Society.

    Long Range Planning Committee— Robert T. Young, consultant and past president of the Society.

    Marine Technology Committee— Dr. William B. Morgan, Head, Ship Performance Department, David W. Taylor NSRDC.

    Member Insurance Committee— Robert Axelrod, vice president, finance, J.J. Henry Co., Inc. and treasurer of the Society.

    Membership Committee—Richard R. Hopkins, president, JJH Inc. of Virginia.

    Nominating Committee—Donald E. Ridley, senior vice president and general manager, marine division, Bird-Johnson Company and vice president of the Society.

    Papers Committee—Capt. Jack A. Obermeyer, USN (Ret.), consultant and honorary vice president of the Society.

    Pension Committee—Douglas C. MacMillan, consultant and honorary vice president of the Society.

    Principles of Naval Architecture Control Committee—John J.

    Nachtsheim, consulting naval architect and past president of the Society.

    Publications Committee—Roy L. Harrington, manager, modular construction, Newport News Shipbuilding and vice president of the Society.

    Scholarships Committee—Capt.

    Robert E. Stark, USN (Ret.), consultant and honorary vice president of the Society.

    Sections Committee—Donald E.

    Ridley, senior vice president and general manager, marine division, Bird-Johnson Company and vice president of the Society.

    Technical and Research Advance Planning Committee—Naresh M.

    Maniar, vice president, M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc.

    Technical and Research Finance and Administration Committee— David H. Klinges, vice president, marine construction, Bethlehem Steel Corp.

    Technical and Research Steering Committee—Ronald K. Kiss, Director for Shipbuilding, Office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Shipbuilding and Logistics), Navy Department.

    TECHNICAL COMMITTEES Hull Structure Committee—Dr.

    Walter M. Maclean, acting director, National Maritime Research Center.

    Hydrodynamics Committee— Frank H. Sellars, engineer, MPR Associates.

    Marine Systems Committee— Edward M. MacCutcheon, consulting engineer.

    Ship Design Committee—Donald P. Roseman, chief naval architect, Tracor Hydronautics, Inc.

    Ship Production Committee— J e s s e W. Brasher, director, productivity and operational evaluation, Ingalls Shipbuilding.

    Ship Technical Operations Committee— Thomas J. Sartor Jr., vice president, chartering, Farrell Lines, Inc.

    Ships' Machinery Committee— Thomas P. Mackey, president and general manager, Hyde Products, Inc.

    Small Craft Committee—Capt.

    Richards T. Miller, USN (Ret.), naval architect and marine engineer and honorary vice president of the Society

  • of the increased marketing, sales, and production activities. Charles A. Orem, president and CEO, has announced the following appointments: Donald E. Ridley, in addition to his present responsibilities as senior vice president, has been named special assistant to the president charged with

  • long-term, successful involvement with Ingalls Shipbuilding and the U.S. Navy, company officers Charles A. Orem, Howard H. Scott, and Donald E. Ridley presented plaques commemorating the 100th propeller delivery to Archibald Dunn, vice president, Programs Management at Ingalls, and

  • Engineers, recently announced the society's committee chairmen for 1983. STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES Advisory Public Service Committee — Donald P. Courtsal, treasurer, Dravo Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa., and vice president- Advisory Public Service of the society. Applications Committee

  • —Literature Available Honeywell has restructured the marketing organization of its Marine Systems Division. John Brenan, marketing director for Marine Systems Division, said the restructuring is part of an ongoing effort to strengthen the division's responsiveness to both military and commercial cust

  • , deputy director, Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C.; Capt. Thomas A. Marnane, USN, commander, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Honolulu; and Donald E. Ridley, vice president, Bird-Johnson Company, Walpole, Mass. Serving a one-year term is Malcolm I. Comyn, naval architect, Esso Resources Canada

  • strong leadership in areas of planning, operations, contracts and administration and finance. These newly established positions are responsible to Donald W. Jett, executive vice president. James C. Gibson, formerly vice president Southern region, assumes the position of vice president- advance planning

  • A & P Appledore International Limited recently announced the appointment of Donald McLean as new managing director of Neorion Shipyards Syros Limited. Mr. McLean takes over the role from Thorsten Andersson who has been managing director since the re-opening of the yard in February 1979. Mr.

  • Colonna's Shipyard, Norfolk, Va., has begun work on a $3.05-million Navy contract for repairs to the frigate USS Donald B. Beary (FF- 1085). The USS Donald B. Beary was docked in early December, and the work is scheduled to be completed at the end of this month. She is the first frigate to be

  • The Company: Gibbs & Cox and Donald L. Blount and Associates (G&C/DLBA) comprise one of the world’s leading independent naval architecture and marine engineering design firms. The company employs naval architects, engineers and designers from all of the ship-related engineering disciplines including

  • The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the Flagship Section of The American Society of Naval Engineers held a joint meeting recently at the Officers Club of the Bethesda Naval Medical Center. The meeting featured the presentation of two papers — one on

  • with measurements also is presented. Paper No. 13 — "Notes on Thrusters for Ship Maneuvering and Dynamic Positioning" by Ralph A. Norrby and Donald E. Ridley. SYNOPSIS—This paper presents the historical d e v e l o p m e n t of thrusters as maneuvering aids, as well as current thruster types

  • MR Oct-19#41  goals for the organization? Donald L. Blount & Associates)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    Trauthwein When you took the top spot at Gibbs & Cox in combatants for 44 nations. In 2015 we acquired 2016, what were your goals for the organization? Donald L. Blount & Associates (DLBA) bringing As a company that designs everything from yachts us an innovation center in the commercial, work- to work

  • MN Oct-19#35  across the maritime spec-
Donald Frost, a Connecticut Port)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 35

    ocean carriers, including communications, to at no small cost. Maritime consultant CMA CGM, on the export side. To businesses across the maritime spec- Donald Frost, a Connecticut Port Mr. Frost’s point, congestion mitiga- trum. The company can be found Authority board member, weighed in tion is a component

  • MT Sep-19#48  Courtesy Hydrocomp Inc.
By Donald MacPherson, Technical)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 48

    Tech Files Thrusters Introduction to T ruster Design for Submersible Developers Images Courtesy Hydrocomp Inc. By Donald MacPherson, Technical Director, HydroComp, Inc. Many companies involved in submersible vehicle develop- speci? cations of the propulsor and drive system, and only ment also look to

  • MT Sep-19#6  Reporters science and 
Donald MacPherson, a leading)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 6

    and asset integrity to subsea Industrial Chemistry in 1988. Today he is MacPherson robotics and wave energy. Marine Technology Reporters science and Donald MacPherson, a leading specialist in propulsion system simulation, is technology writer based in Dublin. September 2019 6 MTR MTR #7 (1-17).indd

  • MR Jul-19#57  that time-honored Keefe fam- Donald Trump didn’t start this)
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    should NOT – especially con- mine. half way around the world at great ex- humanitarian and ethical standards are sidering that time-honored Keefe fam- Donald Trump didn’t start this trade pense to consummate an important deal, as close as one can globally get to what ily tradition of ‘buying high and

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    .................. 30, 31 Norfolk tugs ...................................... 15 .................................................................8 Frost, Donald .................................... 16 North Atlantic Marine Highway Alliance ..16 Virginia Inland Port ................. 10, 12, 13 NYC Economic

  • MP Q2-19#16  cost. Maritime consultant Donald Frost, 
AMH awards in)
    May/Jun 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 16

    Express in Virginia took a decade to get If and when money becomes available, Marad could make more on its feet, at no small cost. Maritime consultant Donald Frost, AMH awards in late 2019, twice in 2020 and 2021, and in early a Connecticut Port Authority board member, weighed in on the 2022. But Marad

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    ................................... 23 ExxonMobil ....................................... 34 New Orleans Public Belt Railroad ........ 30 Trump, President Donald .................... 26 Eyerdam, Rick ......................... 8, 26, 31 Newsome, Jim .................................. 27 Tukia, Jukka ....

  • MP Q1-19#26  8 million TEU
President Donald Trump said on Febuary)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 26

    in the White House raised questions about what corrections would be permanent and which would not. Port of Long Beach: Eclipsing 8 million TEU President Donald Trump said on Febuary 24 he is delaying The Port of Long Beach, the ?fth largest U.S. port in terms of the scheduled March 1 increase in the tariffs

  • MT Jan-19#23 , one of the most interesting  Donald MacPherson, a leading)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    variety of in- practical experience. house research projects. About the Author Beyond these practical design con- siderations, one of the most interesting Donald MacPherson, a leading spe- contemporary design drivers the topic cialist in propulsion system simulation, of radiated noise. As part of a broader

  • MT Sep-18#54  conditions. 
art,” said Donald MacPherson, technical)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    HydroComp Engineering Better Propulsion “Propeller design has often been considered kind of a black over a wide range of operating conditions. art,” said Donald MacPherson, technical director at Hydro- For more in-depth propeller performance analysis, Hydro- Comp, Inc. But it’s an art that MacPherson has always

  • MT Jul-18#61  / www.massa.com
CEO/President: Donald P. Massa
Annual Sales:)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 61

    have evolved, so have CEO/President: Mark Wood rical arrays or spread out over many km. Massa Products Corp. Hingham, MA / www.massa.com CEO/President: Donald P. Massa Annual Sales: $15 million Massa, founded in 1945 by Frank Massa, is a third gen- eration family business. Massa’s business is electroacoustics

  • MN Aug-18#38  
Chris Deegan
Donald L Blount and 
Credit:)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 38

    MN Naval Architecture / DesignNaval Architecture / DesignNaval Architecture / Design 100 CEO/President: Chris Deegan Donald L Blount and Credit: Craig Alness THE COMPANY: Associates, a Division Ocean Tug & Barge Engineering was founded in 1994. In of Gibbs & Cox, Inc. its 24 year history, it has been at

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    ............................................ 82 Saft ................................................................................................ 74 Donald L Blount and Associates ................................................ 38 San Jacinto College ................................................

  • MR Jun-18#40  of Meraas, and Arnold W. Donald, CEO 
City (DMC) that)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    Ex- meter facility within the Dubai Maritime they are well on their way to ding just cellency Abdulla Al Habbai, Group Chairman of Meraas, and Arnold W. Donald, CEO City (DMC) that is capable of docking that. The Dubai Maritime Vision 2030 of Carnival Corp., the companies will collaborate across port development

  • MR May-18#58  Hamp-
Manager and later CEO of Donald L.  Mulherin began his)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    , including time as the Commercial Air-Space banquet. through key geographic acquisitions, now including laboratories in New Hamp- Manager and later CEO of Donald L. Mulherin began his career in 1981 shire and Pennsylvania, as well as a regulatory of? ce in Washington DC. Blount and Associates. working

  • MP Q1-18#64 ..................42, 44 Trump, Donald .....................)
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    ..........34 EU ...................................................................51 Moore Stephens ..........................................42, 44 Trump, Donald ..................................................46 Evercore ISI ................................................44, 46 Morgan Stanley ..........

  • MN May-18#65  SUNY Mari-
When President Donald Trump signed the FY18)
    May 2018 - Marine News page: 65

    Engineering / Marad emergency. It is expected that the ? rst ship – hopefully of many in this class – is scheduled to replace SUNY Mari- When President Donald Trump signed the FY18 Om- nibus spending bill into law, that budget included $300M time’s aging Empire State. 65 www.marinelink.com MN MN

  • MN Apr-18#52  be pro-
nation by President Donald J. Trump  transformation o)
    April 2018 - Marine News page: 52

    announced that M. Nielsen has announced the nomi- HII’s executive vice president and chief Samuel (Sam) R. Rubio will be pro- nation by President Donald J. Trump transformation o

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    .........................34 Leahy, Senator Patrick .......................................39 Strang, Tom ......................................8, 32, 42, 43 Donald, Arnold ................................32, 34, 35, 39 Martin, Gregory ...........................................57, 58 TOTE ....................

  • MP Q1-18#35  it’s still so small.
– Arnold Donald, 
CEO of Carnival Corporation
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    Jan/Feb 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 35

    to relocate a ship if necessary for it to overall have more accretive return for our business and just keep in mind it’s still so small. – Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation water, with Cruisecritic.com noting: “Galveston is also just 30 use facility currently serving both cruise (on the south

  • MP Q1-18#34  to executives such as Mr. Donald and 
the new cruise terminal)
    Jan/Feb 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 34

    which, in turn, drive the yield calculations terminal. Market vicissitudes continued through 2008, when of utmost importance to executives such as Mr. Donald and the new cruise terminal came online (without customers), Mr. del Rio. On Cruisecritic.com, an online community for through 2011 when NCL and

  • MP Q1-18#32  of the cruise lines. Arnold Donald, 
environmental and preservatio)
    Jan/Feb 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 32

    to gain a piece of the burgeoning cruise business need to State Port Authority (SCSPA) and local be reminded of the mindset of the cruise lines. Arnold Donald, environmental and preservationist groups CEO of Carnival Corporation, the industry’s dominant vessel operator, in its Q3 2017 earnings call, told

  • MR Jan-18#53  
its Chesapeake, Va. division, Donald L.  Crowley Maritime Corporatio)
    January 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    . Bowles as Director of Goss, Martus Honored experts guiding the entire construction (AME) has added hydraulic service and its Chesapeake, Va. division, Donald L. Crowley Maritime Corporation’s Zoe process, including serving at the ship- repair to its broad range of predictive, Blount & Associates (DLBA)