Bell Aerospace Textron, Division of Textron Inc., has just been awarded a $102-million contract to construct additional air cushion landing craft for the U.S. Navy. The contract was announced by John J. Kelly, senior vice president and general manager of Bell Aerospace Textron,
SAFENVSHIP, a $14.9 million EU project to develop design methodologies and testing technologies, which can be used in the development of future large passengerships, was launched at the Genoa headquarters of Italian classification society RINA on July 5.
Eastern seaboard operator Gypsum Transportation provided a beacon for the industry when it nominated a camshaftless, electronically controlled Sulzer diesel engine for its 50,000-dwt-bulker newbuild project. Now, the interests behind a Mediterranean
N e w L i t e r a t u r e Describes T h o r d o n Shaft Bearings For D i r t y W a t e r O p e r a t i on
Thomson-Gordon Limited, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, a leading manufacturer of marine propeller shaft and rudder bearings, has developed an experimental bearing designed for extremely abrasive service conditions. Probably the most severe test for
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
Major cost and time savings in naval ship construction are estimated from a newly developed insulation being applied to FFG-7 Class guided-missile frigates under construction at Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, a Congoleum company. The new insulation,