design

From 2D CAD to the Integrated Product Model

One of the most important improvements in ship production has been the introduction of CAD/CAM. The initial use of computers for drafting, lofting and automation of steel cutting has been extended from the design office and the mold loft throughout

 

California ASNE Reviews Automatic Position Control

The members who attended the regular monthly meeting of the Long-Beach-Greater Los Angeles Chapter of The American Society of Naval Engineers in March were rewarded by an evening of good fellowship, fine food, and an excellent technical paper by Dr.

W a r t s i l a V a s a 4 6 M a i n Engines To Power UBC's N e w R O / R O Vessel Building At HHI In Korea

English United Baltic Corporation's new RO/RO vessel will be equipped with Wartsila Diesel's Vasa 46-type main engines. The 13,000-dwt vessel, under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries' shipyard in Ulsan, Korea, will have a father-and-son

UPSCO Names Shakshober VP-Design & Engineering

MacLean C. Shakshober has been named vice president of design and engineering at Upper Peninsula Shipbuilding Co. (UPSCO), Ontonagan, Mich. UPSCO, a new construction and repair shipyard, utilizes the most advanced design and steel fabrication technology in the construction of tugs,

Scientific Management Associates Announces Acquisition By New Owners

The Philadelphia area based firm of Scientific Management Associates, Inc. (SMA) was acquired recently by two Washington, D.C., businessmen, George W. Glatis and Louis T. Donatelli, who plan to move the headquarters to the Washington metropolitan area.

Alstom, USN Team For Integrated Solution

Alstom Drives & Controls has worked with the U.S. Navy (USN) to produce an electric power and propulsion system which is compact and robust, while meeting exacting and demanding USN standards. Traditional Navy practice in the realm of ship and

AT LAST, A GOVERNMENT PROGRAM THAT CAN BENEFIT ALL Implication of CALS to Industry

*Editor's Note: In the spring of this year, a Symposium on the CALS Initiative was sponsored by the U.S. Maritime Resource Center at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point. This article gives a brief explanation of the subject and what its impact may be on industry.

Megator Completes Navy Pump Contracts Totaling $1.3 Million

Megator Corporation, of Pittsburgh, Pa., recently completed U.S. Navy contracts valued at $1.3 million. Megator Corporation is the manufacturer of the Megator "Sliding- Shoe Pump." This positive displacement pump had been selected by NAVSEA to

The Effect Of Ship Design On Ports

There is an old adage about one party sneezing and the other catching pneumonia as a result. This is the routine reaction of ports to new ship designs. A recent example was the introduction of "beyond Panamax container ships" in the Pacific trade by American President Lines.

FGH Finalizes $40M Contracts

Friede Goldman Halter (FGH) has finalized six new contracts valued at approximately $40 million total. The contracts have been signed with the following customers: The Venezuelan government has called upon FGH to construct a pair of 153 ft. (46.

 
 
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