power

Third Navy Destroyer Tender Launched At NASSCO Yard

A crowd of several thousand watched the recent christening of the USS Cape Cod (AD-43) at the San Diego yard of National Steel and Shipbuilding Company. She was the third Gompers Class destroyer tender to slide down the ways at NASSCO during the past 18 months.

 

Submarine LNG Carrier Proposed By General Dynamics For Arctic Regions

Two veteran shipbuilders have combined their knowledge of surface ship, submersible and cryogenic technology to propose transporting liquefied n a t u r a l gas (LNG) from the Arctic by submarine tanker. P. Takis Veliotis, General Dynamics' executive

The New Hunter/Gatherers

U.S. Navy's Unmanned Mine Reconnaissance System Will Provide Organic Mine Countermeasures Capability The concept that a naval task force operating in littoral waters can detect underwater mines using remotely controlled unmanned vehicles is on the verge of being realized.

Fuel Conservation And Upgrading Of The Shipboard Boiler Plant

Most operators are not aware that just by operating their boilers within their design criteria, they can save 1.8 percent of their fuel costs. This fact was established by one owner over six years ago. Vessels operating under the U.S. flag today were,

N e w M A R C O Brochure Describes Hydraulic Pump Drive Units

A new 16-page brochure describing the full line of MARCO Hydraulic Pump Drive equipment is available from the manufacturer, the Industrial Products Division of Marine Construction & Design Co. ( M A R C O ) , Seattle, Wash. The b r o c h u r

Caterpillar 3600 Series Now Qualified On 1,500 Redwood Fuel

Caterpillar Engine Division's newest family of diesel engines, the 3600 Series, is now in production at the company's new plant in Lafayette, Ind. North American field operations for the 3600 began in August 1984. A 3606 marine engine powering a bulk carrier now has more than 8,

Marine Inland Fabricators Launches Tow Steering Unit

Marine Inland Fabricators recently launched and delivered its first tow steering vessel at its Panama City, Fla., yard to a major U.S. towing company. The tow steering unit has a length of 36 feet 8 inches, beam of 18 feet and hull depth of 7 feet.

JJH Inc. Announces Key Personnel A d d i t i o ns

Daniel Weiler, vice president and general manager of JJH Inc.'s Washington office, a leading naval engineering firm located in Crystal City, Va., has announced the addition of several key people to his staff. Robert J. Riggins has been appointed to

M A R C O O f f e r s Literature On T r a w l i n g / S e i n i n g Winch

Literature is available describing a new two-drum hydraulic winch that was specifically designed for both t r a w l i n g and purse seining operations. This winch, the MARCO WM- 255 Combination Seiner-Trawler Winch, offers the power, speed, line capacity,

Marine Electric Moves To New Facilities; Divides Into Three Separate Firms

A series of recent moves has resulted in a number of significant changes in the Marine Electric organization, a leading manufacturer and supplier of the product lines of Galbraith Pilot Marine (temperature monitoring, salinity monitoring, audio equipment); CML-Macarr (power supplies,

 
 
Pontoon Port of Miami Port of New Orleans Port of Portland position power president price procurement product products