SNAME announced its ninth triennial Propeller and Shafting Symposium. The two-day event is scheduled to be held at the Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Va. on September 20 and 21, 2000. The symposium is held once every three years and is organized by the M-16 Panel of SNAME.
Hugh F. Munroe has been elected president and chief executive officer of Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc., according to an announcement made by the firm. Morris Guralnick, founder of the 31-year-old San Francisco, Calif.- based firm of naval architects and marine engineers,
A team from the Naval and Ocean Engineering Department at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) has won the first International Student Offshore Design Competition sponsored by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) and the Ocean,
The 85th Annual Meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will convene at the New York Hilton Hotel on November 10-12, 1977, it was announced by Robert T. Young, president of the Society. "This is by far the Society's largest annual event,
Donald M. Surgenor, executive vice president/general manager of Nickum & Spaulding Associates, Inc., Seattle-based naval architecture/ marine engineering firm, announced the appointment of two vice presidents: Stan C. Stumbo as vice president, operations and E.
The Ship Structure Committee has recently published two new reports dealing with structural details and tolerances common to the commercial and naval shipbuilding industry. These reports should be valuable guides to both structural designers and shipyard personnel.
Lester Rosenblatt, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, recently announced the following committee chairmen for 1980: Vice president—Advisory Public Service Committee—Donald P. Courtsal, vice president and general manager,
Newfoundland's Premier Brian Peckford has announced that the National Research Council of Canada has given final approval for the construction in St. John's of a $46.8-million marine research institute that will accelerate the Province's promising offshore oil potential.
Long discussed as the embodiment of next-generation marine technology, the Japanese "Techno- Superliner" (TSL) is now a reality. The 14,500 grt TSL will be built from aluminum and measure 460 x 98 ft. (140 x 29.8 m). To be built by Mitsui Engineering
In response to an increasing number of serious marine steam boiler casualties, a panel of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers' Ships' Machinery Committee has completed a guide for anyone involved in operating this equipment, which