The integrated bridge system concept has steadily gained speed over the last decade, as much the result as a market driven phenomena with owners and regulators demanding safe, efficient and labor-saving bridge design, as the result of the tremendous
In part one of a two-part series, William G. Schubert, the new U.S. Maritime Administrator (MarAd) speaks with H. Clayton Cook, Jr. about the current standing and future direction of maritime activities in the United States. Mr. Administrator, this
Piraeus 6-11 June 1988 Posidonia 88, the biennial international shipping exhibition, will be held at the Piraeus Exhibition Center in Piraeus, Greece, from June 6- 11, 1988. The week-long Posidonia exhibition, which includes the Posidonia Forum,
Rope, one of the oldest tools known to man, is also one of the most versatile tools available to man, but only in the hands of a professional user. In the hands of a novice, rope becomes a single purpose item, misused more often than used effectively.
—Literature Available Sigmaform Corporation of Santa Clara, Calif., is offering a free fourpage color brochure on their new product line GK-A60 Multi-Cable Transit System that is designed to pass multiple cables from one compartment to another and maintain fire, gas and watertight integrity.
ASEA STAL Inc. is the new corporate name of ASEA STALLAVAL, Inc. This name change is effective March 1 according to the company's president, P.R. Scordo, and is consistent with the name change made by its parent company in Sweden, ASEA STAL AB, (formerly STAL-LAVAL Turbin AB).
The Copenhagen-based yard Burmeister & Wain, recently delivered the Petrobulk Jupiter, the 11th ship in a series of Panamax product tankers. The vessel has gone on time-charter to Shell International Marine Ltd. for a period of five years. This
*Editor's Note: Dipl. Ing. Heinrich Moller is general manager and technical director of Bornemann Pumps, Obernkirchen, West Germany. Asmus W. Feck, P.E., based in Pawleys Island, S.C., is an international marine engineering consultant. This article
The American Ship Building Company of Tampa, Fla., following the recent completion of a $300-million, five-ship T-5 tanker contract for Ocean Products Tankers of Houston and the Military Sealift Command, has announced its intention to embark on two new major programs.
Waller & Associates, Inc., naval architects and marine consultants of Houston, has been chosen by American Tankships, Inc. and its parent Ingram Company of New Orleans to provide plan approval and engineering services to support Ingram's tanker