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SNAME-Philadelphia Section Hears Paper On Marine Epoxy Resin Chocks

The recent meeting of the Philadelphia Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers featured the presentation of a paper entitled "Marine Epoxy Resin Chocks." It was presented by J. Murray Wilson, manager of Philadelphia Resins Corporation.

 

M . A . N . - B & W Holds Wo r l d w i d e 4 - S t r o k e Diesel Sales Conference

L i t e r a t u r e O f f e r ed More than 100 members of M.A.N.-B&W Diesel's worldwide four-stroke division sales force convened in Augsburg, Germany, to celebrate the 2,000th anniversary of the city where the diesel engine was born. The focus of their meetings,

Wartsila Engines Selected To Power 2 New Bulk Carriers And Re-Engine A Cargo Carrier

Two new bulk carriers ordered by the principals of Lasco Shipping Co. of Portland will be equipped with Wartsila Diesel's Vasa 22/26 auxiliary engines. The 64,000-dwt vessels are under construction at Jiangnan shipyard in Shanghai. The contract

Three Papers And Tour Of Caterpillar Plant Features SNAME Section Meeting In Peoria

The fall meeting of the Great Lakes and Great Rivers Section, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, was held at the Continental Regency Hotel in Peoria, 111., on October 12, 1978. Ninety-five r e g i s t e r e d members and guests attended the meeting.

Hatch & Kirk Offers New Engine Parts For Older Diesels

Owners of older models of heavyduty diesel engines often encounter problems in obtaining spare parts because in some cases the original engine builder is no longer in business, or has made a calculated decision to discontinue the design. In either instance,

Drew And MAN B&W Conduct Joint Tests On Fuel Additive

Drew Ameroid Marine recently announced that it has completed a series of tests jointly sponsored with MAN B&W Diesel using Amergize® deposit modifier/combustion improver. The extensive tests, conducted on diesel engines both on a turbocharger test bed and on-board a ship,

MarAd Releases 15 Technical Reports On Gas Turbines

The Maritime Administration has released a group of 15 technical reports evaluating the feasibility of heavy-duty gas turbines as a competitive and acceptable form of marine propulsion generation. The reports were prepared under a contract awarded in 1970 to the General Electric Company,

Report Shows 101 Plants Locate Waterside In First Quarter Of 1977

The American Waterways Operators, Inc., Washington, D.C., has announced that 101 plant facilities were located along the waterways of the United States in the first quarter of 1977, creating over 6,000 permanent jobs. Of the 101 plant facilities,

Entering the Diesel Engine Age

"The Daniel McAllister has been a historical boat in this firm for the reason that I am going to tell you right now. She was built, to my recollection, around 1906. I think she was built in Athens, N.Y., on the Hudson River. She ran for 26 years as a coal burner steam tug,

Diesel Engine Performance With Medium Viscosity Index Lube Oil

In the 1930's, the medium-speed diesel engine came into its own as a prime mover in rail, marine, and stationary applications. It was soon realized by engine builders and o p e r a t o r s that Medium Viscosity Index (MVI) lube oils had distinct

 
 
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