SNAME And SSC To Sponsor MSIMMS '91 Symposium In Arlington, March 18-19

A "Marine Structural Inspection, Maintenance, and Monitoring Symposium" has been scheduled for March 18-19, 1991, at the Sheraton National Hotel in Arlington, Va.

This is the sixth symposium jointly sponsored by The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) and the interagency Ship Structure Committee (SSC). Member agencies of the SSC are the U.S. Coast Guard, Maritime Administration, Military Sealift Command, Naval Sea Systems Command, and American Bureau of Shipping.

The theme of the meeting is Problems, Background and Goals. Sessions will deal with Structural Standards and Design Requirements; Maintenance Concepts and Approaches to Aging Structures; Hull Loading and Response Monitoring Instrumentation; Detection Equipment and Inspection Techniques; and Implications for New Construction—Lessons Learned.

The advance registration fee of $275 includes admittance to all technical sessions, luncheons, receptions, banquet, and a set of symposium papers.

For full information, contact A.J. Attermeyer, Military Sealift Command (N741), Washington Navy Yard, Building 210, Washington D.C. 20398-5100.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 16,  Feb 1991

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