maritime

California Maritime Academy Receives Delaval Training Engine

A full-scale, RV-2 diesel engine, cut away f o r training purposes, has been donated to the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, Calif., by the Transamerica Delaval Engine and Compressor Division. The presentation was made public at acceptance

 

Hoffert Marine Inc. Names Byrne Exec. VP

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.

T-AKX Prepositioning Ship Delivered By Bethlehem's Sparrows Point Yard

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point shipyard near Baltimore recently christened and delivered its second reconstructed maritime prepositioning ship. The RO/ R0 vessel was named the Pfc. James Anderson Jr. in honor of the Vietnam war hero

Deutz MWM Diesel Engine Series Offer Distinct Advantages For Passenger Boat Propulsion

—Detailed Literature Available— The trade name Deutz MWM not only represents medium and large diesel engines for the marine market, but also compact, high-speed units covering lower power ranges. The range of Deutz MWM passenger boat propulsion engines includes extremely compact,

MarAd Awards Research Contract For $343,819 To Detroit Diesel

The Maritime Administration has awarded a cost-shared $343,819 contract to the Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors Corporation in Detroit, aimed at the marine diesel application of a technology based on the on-line, variabletiming,

M a r A d Offers Report On Shipboard Fuel Handling And Conditioning

The Maritime Administration has released a 172-page report entitled "Shipboard Fuel Handling and Treatment-Guidelines for Onboard Conditioning," which provides guidelines and recommendations for the shipboard treatment and conditioning of fuel oils.

Research as the Building Block

An absence of complacency over its position as the global market leader in newbuild construction is demonstrated by Hyundai Heavy Industries' increasing plough-back of earnings into research and technological development. The raised level of annual expenditure on R&D,

M a r A d R e l e a s e s R e p o rt O n N o v e l " O u t s i d e H u l l" P r o p u l s i o n S y s t em

The Maritime Administration has released a technical report which further explores the feasibility of a novel concept for ship propulsion. The report, "Resistance Reduction in Merchant Ships by the New Propulsion System," was prepared for MarAd by the University of Rhode Island.

Wartsila: A Fountain of Ideas

A new concept for powering large passenger vessels, the combined diesel-electric and diesel-mechanical (CODED) system, is the latest outcome of a broader co-operation between leading lights in the Finnish maritime industries. CODED has been developed

QM2 Celebrates Keel Laying At French Shipyard

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.

 
 
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