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  • The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) recognizes outstanding members of the naval engineering community through its annual awards program. These awards will be presented at the Society's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., the first week of May, which will mark ASNE's centennial celebration.

    Each year consideration is given to the following awards: Gold Medal Award, given to an individual who has made a most significant engineering contribution either through personal effort or through the direction of others during the past five years; Solberg Award, presented to an individual who has made a most significant contribution to naval engineering through personal research during the past three years; Harold E. Saunders Award, presented to an individual whose reputation in naval engineering spans a long career of notable achievement and influence; and the Claud A. Jones award, presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to improving operational engineering or material readiness to maritime defense forces during the past three years.

  • A recently published, 20-page, full-color brochure presents Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company's jackup and semisubmersible rig designs and construction capabilities. The new brochure also describes the company's engineering expertise, its specialized steelmaking and fabrication facilities, as

  • Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held at the Holiday Inn-French Quarter in Perrysburg, Ohio. The first paper, presented by Mike Bisaillon of Aderco, Inc., Boisbriand, Quebec, was titled "Fuel Oil Additives: A Solution to Quality Problems of Modern Fuels." The thrust

  • Inshore Fisheries Conference, co-sponsored by National Fisherman and Pacific College Sea Grant. The Conference which takes place in the mornings will present 21 sessions covering four major areas of concern to fishermen who work within 200 miles of the coast: direct marketing; underutilized resources

  • Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its student meeting recently in Seattle, Wash. Two papers and a slide show were presented. David L. Gray of the University of Washington presented a paper, "Estimating the Time of Arrival of Assistance for Ocean Vessels in Distress

  • more than 60 members and guests. The technical session was held at the Officers' Club in the Naval Dockyard, Esquimalt. The authors of the two papers presented were introduced by Pacific Northwest Section chairman Gerald Talbot. The first paper offered, "Fuel Conservation Through Total Heat Recovery

  • At the March meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 56 members and guests heard the presentation of a technical paper on water lubricated rubber bearings. The authors of the paper were introduced: Ray L. Orndorff Jr., senior product engineer, B.F.

  • 22, 1978. A capacity crowd attended the technical session which opened at 11 a.m. with John J. Kelly, vice president, Bell Aerospace Textron, presenting "Recent Developments in Air Cushion Vehicle Application." The afternoon session featured Dr. C. Kendall Clarke, consulting metallurgist, who

  • Engineers met recently in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, for their annual spring meeting. A technical session at which two papers were presented was held at the Officers Club, HM Dockyards, Esquamalt. In the evening, the group enjoyed dinner and dancing in the Georgian Room of the Empress

  • California Sections joint meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at the Highlands Inn, Carmel, Calif. The initial paper was presented by Douglas C. MacMillan, Fellow, SNAME, on "Improvements in the Ship Design Process." Mr. MacMillan, formerly chief engineer of George G. Sharp

  • Philadelphia. The meeting was attended by 65 members and guests. Following a social hour and dinner, S.T. Hudson, president, J.E. Brenneman Co., presented a paper entitled "Offshore Drilling." The paper discusses the why and how of offshore drilling for oil and gas. Further, it describes drilling

  • student section to be established in the Southeast Section, the first being at Florida Atlantic University. Robert Mende, SNAME executive secretary, presented a plaque from national headquarters to the 25 member student group from the institute's Department of Oceanography and Ocean Engineering. The student

  • MN Jul-19#56  Executive Direc- nie Award presented by the Contain-
related)
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    , will receive the 2019 Con- vice, where he was responsible for Sub- chapter M implementation and other several years as Deputy Executive Direc- nie Award presented by the Contain- related tasks. He previously served 23 tor, Comptroller for Los Angeles World erization and Intermodal Institute Airports. Before

  • MN Jul-19#54  (NMMA), 
Robert G. Allan presented  Garner as AVP, Ship)
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    and safer,” said Johnson. board member of the National Marine Gibbs & Cox Appoints Manufacturers Association (NMMA), Robert G. Allan presented Garner as AVP, Ship Design has been named chairman of the or- Gibbs & Cox announced the appoint- with CMC Legacy Award ganization’s Engine

  • MN Jul-19#44  such as passenger ships present a particular  – International)
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    on board always poses a risk to life, although cer- Chapter II, the FSS Code, and Section A of the STCW Code tain vessels such as passenger ships present a particular – International regulations that aim to both prevent ship ? res F danger because they carry a large number of people, and minimize

  • MN Jul-19#36   two interactive webinars presenting an overview of VIDA)
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    swirling outreach and engagement. The agencies have developed set of issues. As noted, EPA and the Coast Guard have less two interactive webinars presenting an overview of VIDA, than four years to make very choppy waters into a serene, providing a chance for people to ask questions and com- July 2019

  • MN Jun-19#20  fewer marine accidents.”  
present national posture for)
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    in the United States.” commercial salvage market due to high maintenance costs The goal of the report was “to assess the and fewer marine accidents.” present national posture for coping with Based on these studies and other analyses, in 1997, ship rescue salvage and towing situa- the U.S. Coast Guard

  • MN Jun-19#10   rst time, the coast Guard is presenting informa- abroad. For)
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    and Law Enforcement (MISLE) database system. vides some insights into the performance of the U.S. ? eet For the ? rst time, the coast Guard is presenting informa- abroad. For example, as per the Paris MOU 2017 Perfor- tion re? ecting the entire U.S. Flag ? eet, including barges, mance List, effective

  • MR Jun-19#28  ?  rst time, the Coast Guard presented information 
gaged)
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    . For Alarmingly, the ? eet of large U.S.-? ag vessels en- over the next ? ve years will include black oil and re- the ? rst time, the Coast Guard presented information gaged in international trade has declined from approxi- ? ned petroleum products, petrochemicals and agricul- re? ecting the entire

  • MR Jun-19#10  rash.  Complications  (MERS), presented their own challeng-
may)
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    , such as avian ? u clude fever, cough, runny nose, in? amed and Middle East respiratory syndrome eyes, and a red, ? at rash. Complications (MERS), presented their own challeng- may include diarrhea, middle ear infec- es. Now measles must be added to the tion, and pneumonia. Measles may be mix. fatal

  • MT Jun-19#57  courses in the program can be presented off  to structural)
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    needs through its Industrial Response Program and development, materials, and ? ow noise studies in addition many of the courses in the program can be presented off to structural acoustics; the world’s largest ? ume tank, which campus at locations convenient to a client’s area of opera- is used to carry

  • MT Jun-19#34  many smaller companies that presents a bar- prove to limit)
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    ex-tensive training and understanding of the sur- However, the survey tools, available commercially, still vey setup and for many smaller companies that presents a bar- prove to limit the full potential of the new emerging markets rier which is very challenging if not impossible to cross. To due to its complexity

  • MT Jun-19#32   AUV, UxV, buoy, etc) to be present at  Speed on the ocean)
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    permutations and quires a physical object (ship, satellite, only speed. relationships, but that will only result in AUV, UxV, buoy, etc) to be present at Speed on the ocean is not new. LeeWay margin for the asset owners as robotics the point of acquisition; therefore, the recently commissioned

  • MT Jun-19#31  of geosurveys 
robots are present, value on that opera-)
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    is just a hotel a very decent ConOps. It isn’t without which may or may not use robotics. If ? aw or risk in the context of geosurveys robots are present, value on that opera- as the rich data is locked aboard and tion is likely based on effectiveness or “hopefully” the data is good. There are safety

  • MT Jun-19#4 , CEO of LeeWay Marine, presenting his take on what is)
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    commerce. For these reasons I am particularly pleased to share our cover story this month, by Jamie Production Manager Sangster, CEO of LeeWay Marine, presenting his take on what is needed to drive the Irina Vasilets vasilets@marinelink.com industry further, faster. His article “The Game has Changed”

  • MT Apr-19#53  and his team addressed 
presented at last year’s AGU)
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    improve assessment of potential hazard. Analysis of the data collected over the two missions was The primary problem Dr. Chadwell and his team addressed presented at last year’s AGU 2017 conference. Dr. Chadwell was documenting how much and where the offshore part of shared that his two GPS-A measurements

  • MT Apr-19#2  of a strong supply 
chain presents potential peril.
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    Stoichevski Offshore Wind 42 The Making of a 30 Supply Chain Star While offshore wind in the U.S. offers promise, the lack of a strong supply chain presents potential peril. By William Stoichevski Autonomous Systems 51 Changing the Equation Two projects using Liquid Robotics Wave Gliders. By Ryan

  • MT May-19#25  ecosystem of hardware manu-
presented in future publications)
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    low power, sidescan sonar technology. developments will evolve over time. A Phase 1 is complete and results will be robust ecosystem of hardware manu- presented in future publications. facturers, software developers and end users must mature around the under- Practical Applications lying, enabling technology

  • MT May-19#23  upon, DOLPHIN 
Typically, SSS presents a “gap” in the coverage)
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    completed. In tank and synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) an emerging technology. and harbor trials, previously reported upon, DOLPHIN Typically, SSS presents a “gap” in the coverage it offers, as in Comms delivered successful results. The system was able to Figure 4 (to the left). This gap, or “Nadir”

  • MR May-19#87  the market data being presented.  
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    The 2019 Annual Outlook contains over 55 exhibits and more than 70 infographics, 130+ so that you can easily visualize the market data being presented. ???G?????????????????G?? Pages of Analysis There are numerous FLNG and FSRU projects in the planning stage. Not all will move to development

  • MR May-19#80  volumes about 
the industry’s present overall comfort 
Vendor)
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    with the vessel’s sidered their systems to be ‘user friend- machinery and piping systems ly,’ a measure that spoke volumes about the industry’s present overall comfort Vendor Support & After-Sales Service with the technology. Source: ABS Source: ABS Source: ABS 80 Maritime Reporter & Engineering

  • MR May-19#73 . It is time for the shipown-
present difference in fuel oil)
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    fuel related breakdowns and bers are the ? rst choice for many ship- ? nes due to non compliant fuel. With the owners now. It is time for the shipown- present difference in fuel oil prices, the ers to review their strategy and spare a payback period for scrubbers is very at- thought to a possibility that

  • MR May-19#65  magnet motor in the pod 
Present rules and regulations)
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    ?GuGuGÐl?sÐ and/or voice message could be transmit- vessel projects. ted on VHF to warn other vessels. With its permanent magnet motor in the pod Present rules and regulations were de- Es?GÐlu?IŽ??A?EŽIlSGÐ?ŽÐGuuG??lSGYGGEIŽ? signed for manned vessels, so inevitably some rules will need changing. Who

  • MR May-19#63  de-
ly on digitized representation of the ferry  service)
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    safe ferry de- ed training programs that rely extensive- construction, provides “hop-on-hop-off” sign completions amongst maritime de- ly on digitized representation of the ferry service for those who buy a day pass to sign schools. The 2019 competition was and mechanical components. “Before explore the

  • MR May-19#62  and detailed.  ference a presentation by the IMO’s Irfan)
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    Schwetz of the Australian ? rm Schwetz Design explains the ? ner points onboard the new Chao Phraya Tourist boat. comprehensive and detailed. ference a presentation by the IMO’s Irfan In a similar vein, Gianluca de Rosa, Rahim explained the his organization is of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure

  • MR May-19#61  Group was conference MC 
and presented on a ferry project)
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    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY John Waterhouse of Elliott Bay Design Group was conference MC and presented on a ferry project that he is involved with for Lake Victoria. Photo Courtesy Alain Haig-Brown prove worldwide ferry safety, especially In recent years Thailand has been trou- will be developed