CIMAC Panel Held At ASME

Thursday, June 08, 2000
A CIMAC Panel discussion was conducted at the ASME Turbo Expo Land, Sea & Air 2000 in Munich on May 10. Titled, "Diesel Engines vs. Gas Turbine Engines up to 300 MW," the topic was discussed by a panel of four chaired by Mark McNeely, Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications.

Opened by a short welcome address by the president of the CIMAC German National Member Association (DNCK), Dr. Hanns-Gunther Bozung, MAN B&W, the panel also consisted of Daniel Paro, Wartsila; Klaus Deleroi, MTU Friedrichshafen; Axel Mattschas, Ulstein Turbine; and Wolfram Lausch, MAN B&W.

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