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A.S.N.E. Symposium (continued) 2:15-3 p.m.—"Hull Form Design Studies for Monohull Combatants," by W. Brett Wil- son, Naval Oceanographic Center. 3-3:45 p.m.—"Double Hull Producibili- ty," by Jeffrey E. Beach, Marty R. Fitzger- ald and Arun Mehta, DTRC-Carderock and
Ingalls Shipbuilding. 3:45-4 p.m.—Break.
Capt. Jim Baskerville, DTRC-Carderock 4-4:45 p.m.—"Affordability, the Watch- word of the Nineties," by Capt. Clark Gra- ham. Commander, David Taylor Research
Center. 4:45-5:30 p.m.—"Cruiser, Destroyer,
Frigate Technology Assessments," by Dr.
Dean A. Rains and John A. Johnson, Deci- sion Engineering.
Friday, September 28
SESSION IV—ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Timothy Doyle, DTRC-Annapolis 8:30-9:15 a.m.—"Applications of Fuel
Cells to Naval Power/Propulsion," by David
F. Bloomfield, Analytic Power Corp. 9:15-10 a.m.—"AC Electric Drive Ma- chinery Design," by John P. Casey, General
Electric Co. 10-10:15 a.m.—Break. 10:15-11 a.m.—"VSCF Cyclo-Converter
Power Equipment (A Versatile Technology for Full Range PDSS)," by Kenneth J.
Hultgren. General Electric Co. 11-11:45 a.m.—"Navy Electrothermal
Gun Applications," by Dr. George Chrysso- mallis and Michael Guilt, FMC. » i &
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SESSION V—CURRENT SHIP DESIGNS
Capt. Charles Calvano, NAVSEA 1:30-2:15 p.m.—"The DDG-51 Flight III," by R.H. Fortune and Don L. Ewing, NAV-
SEA. 2:15-3 p.m.—"The SA'AR-5 Corvette," by Charles J. Gallagher Jr., Ingalls Ship- building. 3-3:15 p.m.—Break. 3:15-4 p.m.—"NATO Frigate Replace- ment for the Nineties," by Harvey G. Kloehn and Roger Schaffer, Westinghouse and Ad- vanced Marine Enterprise. 4-4:45 p.m.—"Enhancing Ship Surviva- bility," by Dr. L. Dean Simmons, Institute for Defense Analyses. 4:45-5:30 p.m.—"Maritime Tactical De- terrence—Why? How? What? The Future for Surface Warships," by G.H. Fuller and
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ASNE SYMPOSIUM 1990
Automated Terminal Info. Sys. 4
Bath Iron Works 28
CDI Marine 70
David Taylor Research Center 3
Decision Engineering —
Designers & Planners 13
Deutsch Metal Components 7-9
Engineering Visions 75
Envirovac 77, 78
FMC Corp. 29, 30
General Electric A-D
Hiller Systems 82
Ingalls Shipbuilding 36-38
Intermarine USA 35
Jered Brown Bros. 27
J.J. McMullen Assoc. 1
Keystone Valve USA 51
Lapeyre Stair 69
Litton Data Systems 10, 11
Mario Coil 16, 17
Marotta Scientific Controls 32, 33
Martin Marietta Aero & Naval 73, 74
Mississippi State Univ. 52
MTU North Amer. 34
Naval Surface Warfare Center 5, 6
Nelson Electric 26
NMP Corp. 63
Olympus Corp. 31
Pall Land & Marine 45
Rockwell Int'l 58, 59
Seacor Engineering 76
Solar Turbines 14
SPD Technologies 24
Stanley G. Flagg 57
V.L. Logistics 25
Waukesha Bearings 15 <• Circle 243 on Reader Service Card