William H. Byrne has been named executive vice president for sales of Hoffert Marine Inc., by Paul E. Hoffert, president of the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company that is one of the nation's leading suppliers of deck and engine equipment for merchant marine and Naval vessels.
Performance tests were recently completed at Delaval Turbine Inc., on the largest vertically submerged screw pump systems ever built. Designed by engineers at the IMO Pump Division of Delaval and built at Delaval's Trenton, N.J., plant, the three units are each over 40 feet (12.
In March this year, Bath Iron Works Corporation awarded to Bird-Johnson Company of Walpole, Mass., a contract to supply the controllable- pitch main propulsion equipment for the DDG-51, the lead ship of the Arleigh Burke Class of guided-missile destroyers.
A recent meeting of the Eastern U.S.A. Branch, The Institute of Marine Engineers, held at the American Bureau of Shipping in New York heard a paper titled "The Use of Epoxy in Ship Repair and Maintenance." The author was J. Murray Wilson, vice president of engineering,
Precision National Corporation, the firm which has been saving many dollars for diesel engine operators by restoring bent, worn and damaged crankshafts to likenew condition, can now provide the same repair service for big cylinder liners. The firm has constructed a special building in Waco,
A full-color 20-page illustrated brochure covering the Waukesha line of marine diesel-powered energy systems for both main propulsion and ship's service power is offered by Waukesha Motor Company. This publication is intended as a guide or reference
Outstanding creativity in science and engineering were recently honored by a U.S. congressman and senior Navy officials. Keynote speaker U.S. Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett (MD-6) joined Naval Surface Warfare Center commander Rear Admiral Michael Mathis,
—Literature Available This past February John Deere acquired the stratified charge rotary engine business formerly property of Curtiss-Wright Corporation. This purchase includes exclusive North American rights to the Wankel engine, patents, know-how and experimental engines and components.
Cunard Line celebrated a milestone when a prefabricated section of the keel was lowered into the building dock of Queen Mary 2. The new $800-million Cunard flagship will enter service in January 2004 and will be the largest, longest, tallest and most expensive passenger ship ever built.