SNAME Names Papers to be Presented at 2010 Annual Meeting
Technical Program to also include Panel Sessions, Student Papers, and Ship Production Symposium papers
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 and their authors were announced by SNAME today*. These are:
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 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
Principles in Dynamic Stability Associated with Displacement Hull Shape, Martin Dipper
*Papers are subject to change. Final technical programs will be announced soon.
Information on all aspects of the Technical Program, including Panel Discussions, Student Papers, and Ship Production Symposium papers is updated on www.sname.org/sname/am.
The SNAME Annual Meeting is the only industry event that includes all the diverse technical interests and professional specialties in naval architecture, marine and ocean engineering.
The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers is an internationally recognized non-profit, technical, professional society of individual members serving the maritime and offshore industries and their suppliers. Founded in 1893, the Society comprises over 8,000 individuals throughout the United States, Canada and abroad. Membership is open to all qualified applicants in or associated with the maritime, offshore, and small craft industries