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Where Is the All-Electric Navy?

"There is a powerful agent, responsive, quick, and easy to use, pliable enough to meet all our needs on board. It does everything. It supplies light and heat for the ship and is the very soul of our mechanical equipment. That agent is electricity.

 

Big Multipurpose Ship Delivered By Wartsila-Turku To USSR

Wartsila's Turku Shipyard in Finland recently delivered the 12,000-dwt oil recovery vessel/ suction dredge Vaydaghubsky to V/O Sudoimport of Moscow. The new vessel is said to be the largest of her kind in the world. In addition to her oil recovery role,

The Coating Conundrum

Incorporating Good Environmental Science in the Current Organotin Regulatory Debate. A draft Assembly Resolution (Annex 21/1 I) prepared by the Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) of International Maritime Organization (IMO) was recently approved

Global Marine Introduces New Designs For New Generation Of Heavy Weather Jackups

The rapid expansion of offshore exploration into regions of hazardous environmental conditions has served to illuminate the necessity for improvements in drilling equipment, performance standards, and safety regulations. As a result, Global Marine

ABS Developing New Computer Programs To Aid Ship Designers

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has announced a new system of computer programs, called EAGLE, for use with the Hewlett Packard 9000, Series 200 computer recently installed in the ABS New York headquarters. A feature of the EAGLE system

Marine coatings & corrosion control

Last year, the U.S. Senate passed the "Organotin Antifouling Paint Control Act of 1988" which controls the application of tributyltin (TBT) antifoulings in the U.S. In response to this new legislation, several major marine coatings suppliers have introduced new TBTfree antifoulings.

SHIP COSTS & ENERGY 82

September 30 - October 1, — New York, NY The New York Metropolitan Section of SNAME, in conjunction with T&R Panel 0-36 (Economic Analysis of Marine Transportation Systems), The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, will present

1986 DIESEL ENGINE GUIDE

As we enter 1986, marine engineers and shipowners have available the largest selection of diesel engines ever—low-speed, mediumspeed and high-speed machines; two-stroke cycle and four-stroke cycle designs; crosshead-piston and trunk-piston designs;

Halter Marine To Convert Supply Vessel For EPA Under $4.2-Million Pact

The Maritime Administration has announced the recent award of a $4.2-million contract to Halter Marine, Inc, Gulfport, Miss., a member of the Trinity Marine Group. Under the terms of the contract, Halter will convert the Marsea Fourteen, an offshore

ABS Reports Record Number Of Vessels Under Classification

The number of vessels in American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classification has climbed to a record total, William N. Johnston, the chairman and president, reported at the semiannual meeting of the international ship classification society. ABS classed 388 new vessels of 3,

 
 
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