SHIP COSTS & ENERGY 82
September 30 - October 1, — New York, NY The New York Metropolitan Section of SNAME, in conjunction with T&R Panel 0-36 (Economic Analysis of Marine Transportation Systems), The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, will present from September 30th to October 1st a "Symposium on Ship Costs and Energy." This symposium is a follow-up on the most successful "Shipboard Energy Conservation Symposium" held in 1980 and is being held due to the many requests for an updating on this vital subject. The symposium sessions will be held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
During the Technical Sessions, 26 papers will be presented along with one panel discussion. The keynote paper, "Ship Costs and Energy Conservation from an Owner's Point of View," will be given by Eugene K. Pentimonti, vice president, engineering, American President Lines, at 8:30 a.m.
on Thursday, September 30, and will set the tone of the symposium.
Following the keynote paper, the symposium will split into two concurrent sessions. The "Ship Costs" portion will address shipbuilding and ship operating costs.
The recent economic environment of double-digit inflation, high interest and exchange rates, has been complicated by changing vessel designs, new pollution and safety regulations, and energy shortages. This highly dynamic situation did not exist 10 years ago. The sessions will focus on analyses and reduction of costs.
At the end of the first day's session a panel discussion of "Shipbuilding and Ship Operating Costs" will be held.
"Energy" as a separate but related topic will concentrate on the technical aspect of design and operation. Many innovative changes in traditional approaches have taken place. New energyefficient designs, practical operational alternatives and conversions for increased fuel efficiency will be addressed.
Luncheons have been scheduled for both Thursday and Friday in the Empire Room of the hotel. Prof. Harry Benford, University of Michigan, will speak at the Thursday luncheon, and the Hon. Harold E. Shear, Maritime Administrator, Department of Transportation, will speak at the Friday luncheon.
A no-host general reception will take place on Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. in the Hilton Room.
Technical Program Ship Cost Sessions—Jade Room Thursday, September 30 10:00 a.m.—"A Tanker Owner's Perception of Newbuilding Costs and Prices in Japanese, N o r t h European and United States Shipyards, 1971 to 1981" by A. Jenks and J.E. Larner, Exxon International Co.
11:00 a.m.—"Cheap Warships Are Not Simple" by D.J. Andrews and D.K. Brown, Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, Great Britain.
2:00 p.m.—"Ship Design in a Total Transportation Framework" by S.E. Gronland and S. Thorvalclsen.
Ship Research Institute, Norway.
3:00 p.m.—"The Finer Points of Slow Steaming" by F. Marburv, Ketron, Inc.
4:00 p.m. — "Computer-Aided Design — A New Tool for the Cost Engineer" by R.E. Westney, Delta Project Management Systems, Inc.
5:00 p.m.—Panel on Shipbuilding and Ship Operating Costs.
Friday, October 1 8:30 a.m. — "The U.S. Shipbuilding Standards Program Long Range Plan — A Realistic Approach to Reducing Shipbuilding Costs" by S. Wolkow, consultant, and Y. Ichinose, IHI, George G.
9:30 a.m.—"The Economics of Ship Conversion: Comparison of Power Plant Retrofit Alternatives" by W.L. McCarthy, Seaworthy Engine Svstems, Inc.
10:30 a.m. — '"The Impact of the U.S. Flag on Shipping Cost and Productivity" by J. Binkley, Simat, Hetliesen & Eichner, Inc.
1:30 p.m. — "Comparative Operating Costs for U.S. and Foreign Flag Ships" by Paul Ackerman, Maritime Administration.
2:30 p.m.—"Technical and Cost Alternatives for Advanced Design Dry Bulk Carrier Concepts" by D.P. Roseman, Hydronautics, Inc.; P.B. Mentz, Maritime Administration, and E.R. Miller, Hydronautics, Inc.
3:30 p.m. — "144,000 Deadweight Ton Restricted Draft Collier Design" by G.D. Fuller, D.R.
Setterstrom and J.F. Walter, Maritime Admininstration.
4:30 p.m. — "Energv Efficient LNG Carriers" by J.L. Howard, Kvaerner-Moss, Inc., and R.
Kvamsdal, Moss-Rosenberg Verft A 'S, Norway.
Energy Sessions—Astor Salon Thursday, September 30 10:00 a.m. — "Shaft Generator Systems and Electrical Energy on Board—Aspects on Methods and Economy" by E. Gott, ASEA, Inc., Sweden.
11:00 a.m. — "Basic Design of Energy Saving Ship" by K. Motozuna and S. Hieda, Ishikawajima- Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Japan.
2:00 p.m. — "Are the Existing Methods to Obtain Maximum Propulsion Efficiency Appropriate?" by O. Fagerjard and K. Anderson, Det norske Veritas, Norway.
3:00 p.m. — "Energy Losses Due to Steering Gear Installations on Merchant Ships: Theory and Practice" by R.E. Reid and M. Youhanaie, University of Illinois ; M. Blanke, Technical University of Denmark, and J.C.
Nortof Thomsen, EMRI, Inc., Denmark.
4:00 p.m.—"New Approach to Development of Waste Heat Recovery System for Diesel Ships" by T. Yamada, Y. Terashima and A. Hashimoto, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan.
5:00 p.m. — "Operation 'Cut and Glue'—The First Two Ocean- Going Coal-Fired Bulkcarriers of the New Generation" by F. Bouthelier, F. Saez-Parga, E.N. Elcano, Spain, and C.F. Horlitz, Combustion Engineering Inc.
Friday, October 1 8:30 a.m. — "Petroleum Coke Oil Slurry as an Alternative Marine Fuel" by R.C. Nunn, Chevron Research Company, and M.T.
Wahlgren, Chevron Shipping Company.
9:30 a.m. — "Energy and the Low Speed Diesel Engine (Low Speed Diesels for the U.S. Inland Waterways)" by C. Windelev, B&W Diesel, Inc.
10:30 a.m.—"Power Reduction and Total Energy Systems Using 4-Stroke Diesels" by V.J. Lane, Colt Industries, Operating Corp.
1:30 p.m.—"Advanced Energy Saving Concepts" by Dr. Ing. C.
Gallin, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
2:30 p.m.—"Shipboard Electrical Power Conservation: What One Steamship Company Is Doing to Save $90,000 a Year Without Turning Off the Lights" by R.F. Sahae, Matson Inc.
3:30 p.m. — "Opportunities for Improved Marine Steam Power Plants" by R. Schubert and R.W.
Smith. General Electric Co.
4:30 p.m. — "Maintaining Propeller Smoothness: A Cost Effective Means of Energy Saving" by P.A. Fitzsimmons and D. Byrne, British Ship Research Association, Great Britain.
Symposium Committee The Ships Costs & Energy Symposium was planned by a committee of the New York Metropolitan Section of SNAME.
R.J. Baumler and I).A. O'Neil served as co-chairmen of this committee. Other members of the committee were: P. Anderson, N. Bachko, J.D. Connors, J.T.
Cotter, J.C. Daidola, N.R. Farmer, J. Femenia Jr., W.H. Garzke Jr., J. Higginbotham, A.C. Landsburg, J.E. Larner. T. Lewis-Jones, E.E.
Lithen, R. Lowry, W.M. McLean, N.F. Pergola, N.E. Reddy, D.C.
Shafer, A.M. Stein. R. Vulovic and C.W. Wilson.
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