A call for papers has been issued by the Northern New England Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) for technical papers concerning the "DDG-51 Class: A Surface Combatant for the 21st Century; from Design to Construction, the Evolutionary Process." The papers selected by the section will be presented at a sectionhosted technical symposium, sponsored by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Bath, Maine, with participation by Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine, on September 23-25, 1992, at the Atrium Inn and Convention Center, Brunswick, Maine.
Although the deadline to submit abstracts was February 28, 1992, the Northern New England Section has issued a second call for papers.
Anyone interested in submitting an abstract should immediately contact Roger Deveau, Supship Bath, at (207) 443-5446. Final papers are due June 15, 1992, and should be sent to ASNE-NNE, P.O. Box 206, Bath, Maine 04530.
For further information contact: Mr. Deveau or Andy Hargreaves, M. Rosenblatt & Son, 101 Leeman Highway, Bath, Maine 04530; telephone: (207) 443-1392
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