Papers On Navy C-P Propeller Program And Spray Patterns Of Jet Thrusters Discussed At Joint SNAME Chesapeake/ASNE Meeting
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
The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its third meeting of the 1976-77 season at the Officers Club at the Walter Reed Army Hospital. The subject of the meeting was the "Dynamic Analysis of a COGAS Propulsion Plant.
The Pascagoula Section of The American Society of Naval Engineers met recently at the TiKi Restaurant in Gautier, Miss., to hear a paper by Dr. Dean Rains of the Advanced Programs Group of Ingalls Shipbuilding. The paper discussed the Air Capable
The world's second largest shipbuilding nation, Korea, is in the midst of a shipbuilding boom. All the leading indicators— order receipts, actual ship construction, backlogs and ship prices—are all on the rise. According to the Korea Shipbuilders' Association (KSA),
The Standards and Specifications Panel of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME Panel SP-6) will hold their next meeting at ASTM Headquarters in Philadelphia, Pa. on May 17-18, 1984 immediately following the May 14-16, 1984 meeting
The Hampton Roads Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers kicked off its first meeting of 1981 with a technical presentation at the Fort Monroe Officers Club in Hampton, Va. As expected, a large turnout of 121 members and
Shipbuilding experts from the Navy, Maritime Administration and private industry met in Brunswick, Maine, on September 13- 14 as guests of Bath Iron Works to propose and evaluate methods of improving technological capabilities of U.S. shipbuilding.