A very informative paper entitled "Current Design and Applications of Marine Evaporators" was presented at a recent meeting of the New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers by its author, Charles D.
Service Machine Group, Inc., a Terramar company headquartered in Morgan City, La. in cooperation with Design Associates, Inc., of New Orleans, has developed plans to produce a 205-foot diving support vessel (the DSV 205). Service Machine president
The 30th Annual Fall Meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) Gulf Central Section was held recently at the Saxony Restaurant in New Orleans, La. Following cocktails and dinner, the new vice chairman of the Gulf Central Section,
Craft used its standard split roller bearing (the same bearing that is popular for use on marine drive shafts, rudder shafts and lifting equipment) to transform a couple of standard 2.5-in. schedule 80 pipes into precision drive shafts for critical
A computer-based simulator for training engine room officers of supertankers will go into operation early in 1978 under a development contract signed between the Organization for Industrial Research TNO, a Dutch corporation, and Esso Tankvaart Maatschappij B.
A good turnout of 71 guests and members was experienced for the February meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. An introduction and general announcements followed the dinner. Bill Bascom announced
The Spring Meeting of the Great Lakes and Great Rivers Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will be held May 17 at the Quality Inn Riverview in Covington, Ky. The theme of this meeting will be oriented to "Rivers," and
Independent Spanish shipbuilder Hijos de J Barreras has again showed its mettle by delivering two specialized vessels within the space of just a few days, and by landing a three-ship contract to take its orderbook into mid 2003. Three years after
The Port Authority has received approval from the Army Corps of Engineers to deepen a section of the Kill van Kull to 50 ft., launching the agency's ambitious $1.8 billion project to dredge the region's harbor channels to 50 feet and maintain its
The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, in conjunction with the National Shipbuilding Research Program is proud to present a new quarterly, the Journal of Ship Production. The first issue was published in February 1985. The Journal