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Annual Meeting — A Preview to guide the rollers on a flat bar, rail, beam, or channel. The company's rollers are used extensively in the translation of ships and ship mod- ules either during launch or in the assembly phase. They can be sup- plied in stainless steel to prevent corrosion, and their lack of mainte- nance requirements, low coefficient of friction, and high durability make their life expectancy extremely favorable.
Booth No. 811
HydroComp Inc., is a progressive naval architectural firm offering a complete network of engineering (MMC) LIQUID LEVEL
TRIPLE FUNCTION TAPE
EFFICIENT • Measures ullage, interface and tempera- ture in a single penetration • Intrinsically safe. Approved by Factory
Mutual (FM) and BASEEFA 1 Reads dryness and interface to within %" of bottom of tank • Shown in Round Barrel Configuration for use with existing and/or new MMC vapor control valves in gauging restricted tanks. • Horn is "silent" in temperature mode. •Features include:
Angled handle for greater comfort and accuracy; greatly im- proved tape wiping mechanism facili- tates reading and pre- vents product build up; LCD readout; low battery warning light.
I ...The highest quality advanced technology (MS*.C)
Marine Moisture Control Co., Inc.
An MMC International Affiliate Company
Headquarters—MMC International. 50/60 Inip Drive.
Inwood, N Y. 11696. (212) 327-3430. (516) 239-7339. (713) 840-7569. (714)544-1131.
Telex: 96-0140 MAMCAF INND
MMC (EUROPE) LTD.
An MMC International Affiliate Co.
E' Floor, Milburn House. Dean Street, Newcastle-Upon-
Tyne, NE1 1LF United Kingdome,
Tel: 0632-328339. 322581 • Telex: 537005 MARINE G.
Triple Function Tape:
Offshore drill ships and production rigs, platforms, barges: closed tank function for chemicals, LPG &
Call or Write Today for your Free Brochure.
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Circle 284 on Reader Service Card services for marine design firms, in- dependent naval architects and en- gineers, shipyards and private com- panies. HydroComp will be display- ing general design services and will introduce the first release of Nav-
Cad—software for the computer- aided-design of marine systems.
Available for demonstration will be
NavCad:Props and NavCad:Props
Plus for propeller analysis and se- lection; and NavCad:Power for ves- sel resistance and shaft power pre- diction.
Booth No. 640
Indal Technologies Inc. of Missis- sauga, Ontario, Canada, is internally known as a supplier of systems to safety land, secure, traverse, and protect helicopters on ships at sea.
This combination of equipment and expertise has been termed the ship/ helicopter interface, and includes the helicopter recovery assist, secur- ing, and traversing (RAST) system; telescopic hangars, doors for fixed and telescopic hangars, lightweight flight decks, and aviation lighting packages.
Booth No. E-7
Intertrade Industries exhibit will feature the company's foam filled marine fenders, marine buoys and composite toolings.
Booth No. 323
ITT Mackay of Elizabeth, N.J., a division of ITT Telecom Products
Corporation, a name synonymous with quality marine communica- tions for 58 years, introduces the
Total Package concept of providing all communications and navigation needs. Additionally, high-quality engine room products are available, as well as satellite communications, lifeboat radio, radar, ballast oil pol- lution monitor with sample assem- bly, EPIRB, fuel meter, and visco- therm.
Booth No. 805
Jamesbury Corporation of Wor- cester, Mass., offers high-perfor- mance Wafer-Sphere butterfly valves with all of the performance features of the company's commer- cial marine valves, modified to meet stringent U.S. Navy requirements. (continued)
TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL PROGRAMS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14
TRIANON MERCURY 9:00 1. Evaluating Longitudinal
Ultimate Strength of Ship Hull
Kutt/Piaszcyk/Chen/Liu 3. Predicting Behavior and
Propulsive Performance of Ships with Bulbous Bows
Blume/Kracht 10:30 2. Strength Evaluation of
Unidirectional Girder System
Product Oil Carrier
Rashed/Miwa 4. Realistic Approach to
Kuo/Welaya 12:00 PRESIDENT S LUNCHEON
Reception, East Ballroom Foyer 2:00 BUSINESS SESSION
Grand Ballroom 3:00 5. New Warship Design Strategy
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15
TRIANON MERCURY 9:00 6. Vibration Response on
Asmussen/Payer 8. Structural Reliability of Marine
Nikolaidis/Perakis/Parsons 10:30 7. Rough Propeller Penalties
Patience 9. Finite Element Analysis of
Mourelatos/Parsons 2:00 10. Innovative Naval Designs for
North Atlantic Operations
Kennel/White/Comstock 12. Dynamic Analysis as a Tool for
Open Sea Mooring System
Triantafyllou/Blier/Shin 3:30 11. Proposed CCG Polar Class 8
Icebreaker Under Extreme Ice
Glen/Daley/Tam 13. Hydro-Numeric Design of
Meinhold 7:30 93rd ANNUAL BANQUET
Maritime Reporter/Engineering News