SNAME’s Annual Meeting Paper Names & Abstracts

Friday, September 10, 2010

The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will hold its 2010 Annual Meeting in Bellevue/Seattle Washington, November 3-5.  A core part of the SNAME Annual Meeting continues to be the Technical Program. Technical papers to be presented, authors, and abstracts recently announced by SNAME. These are:
 
•    Maintaining Marine Diesel Emissions Using Performance Monitoring, Herb Roeser & Dilip Kalyanker
•    Successful Numerical Modeling of Dynamic Instability Events on a High Speed Catamaran, Sean Kery
•    Zero Emissions Vessels, John Boylston and Bret Smart
•    Operational Evaluation of the USCGC Bertholf Stern Boat Deployment System, Rubin Sheinberg and Frank W. DeBord
•    Designing Effective Machinery Control and Alarm Systems in the Age of Unattended Engine Rooms, Stephen Kemp
•    Prediction of Underwater Noise for Environmental Impacts: Evaluation of a Commercial Vessel and Offshore Structure, Seung-Jae Lee
•    Concept Development, Detailed Design and Construction of the THREE FORTY THREE – North America's Most Powerful Fireboat, Robert G. Allan
•    LNG as a Vessel and General Transportation Fuel: Developing the Required Supply Infrastructure, Gary Van Tassel
•    Implications of Performing Tugboat Stability Analysis with Fixed Trim Assumptions, Bill Foster and T. Blake Powell
•    Prediction and Verification of the Maneuverability of Naval Surface Ships, Frans Quadvlieg
•    Real Time Local Sea State Measurement using Wave Radar and Ship Motions, Eric Thornhill and Dave Stredulinsky
•    Boosting Energy Efficiency in Ships, Oskar Levander
•    Identification of Critical Sea States for Sloshing Model Test, Booki Kim
•    Model for Environmental Assessment of Container Ship Transport, Hans Otto Holmegaard Kristensen

Abstracts are available online (http://www.sname.org/SNAME/AM/AMAuthorsAbstracts). 

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