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Offshore Triple-Effect Water Makers From Atlas-Danmark Save Thousands In Operating Expenses

A new Reading & Bates semisubmersible oil drilling rig being constructed at Ishikawajima Harima Industries' Aichi Shipyard, will be equipped with two triple-effect Atlas Danmark water makers with a total production of 140,000 1/24 hours. According to Atlas-Danmark,

 

SNAME New York Section Reports Meeting Program For 1978-1979 Season

The New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers has announced its program of technical meetings for the 1978- 79 season. All meetings this season, except the Annual Meeting, will be held at the Whitehall Club, 17 Battery Place, New York, N.

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The evolution of podded propulsion systems has gained steam in recent years, as a number of notable new systems have entered the market with new options. The era of podded propulsion is here and now, and despite some technical glitches with the

CANADA'S EAST COAST OFFSHORE OIL POTENTIALOPPORTUNITIES FOR SHIPBUILDING

Mobil Oil Canada, Ltd., has been active in the eastern Canadian offshore exploration drilling since 1967, principally in the vicinity of Sable Island and on the Eastern Grand Banks. In the early 1970s, these exploration drilling activities led

McDermott Plans To Expand Gulfport Division Shipyard

McDermott Incorporated announced that its Shipyard Group has purchased 70 additional acres in the Bayou Bernard Industrial District north of Gulfport, Miss., to expand the shipbuilding and repair facilities of its Gulfport Division. Located on

SNAME New England Section Hears Waste Heat Recovery Paper

A recent meeting of the New England Local Section of SNAME was held in Newton, Mass., at which a paper entitled "Standard Waste-Heat Recovery Systems", authored by P. Schneider, was presented by his collaborator, Ernst H. Schaad. Mr. Schneider

Mar A d Awards Cooperative Research Contract To Seaworthy

The Maritime Administration has awarded a $342,500 contract to Seaworthy Engine Systems, Inc., Essex, Conn., as part of a cooperative research project to evaluate the benefits of applying exotic ceramic and metallic coatings to combustion system components of high-speed marine diesels.

 
 
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