Location

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Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone (703) 836-6727
Fax (703) 836-7491
Email: asnehq@navalengineers.org

ASNE Advanced Naval Propulsion Symposium 2008
Westin Arlington Gateway • 801 North Glebe Road • Arlington, Virginia
15 – 16 December 2008

TIMES

Monday, 15 December

Advanced Naval Propulsion Systems Symposium

0700-0755

Registration Open

0755-0800

OpeningRemarks:

Mr. Michael E. Osborne, SEA 05Z21, Symposium Chair

0800-0815

Welcome:

ASNE Vice President, CAPT David H. Lewis, USN

0815-0850

Introduction:

Captain Norbert H. Doerry

Deputy Director Future Concepts & Surface Ship Design

(SEA 05DB)

0850-0925

Keynote Address:

Dr. Walter Jones

Director, Office of Naval Research


0925-1000

Exhibit Hall Open & Break

1000-1130

Plenary Panel Session 1

Classification Standards for Electric Ships

Moderator – Dr. Yuri Khersonsky, IEEE

Panelists:

Narian Hingorani (IEEE), Mike Roa (ABS), Paul Bishop (Bishop Group), Terry Ericsen (ONR)

1130-1230

Luncheon
Guest Speaker:

RDML Thomas J. Eccles, USN

Deputy Commander for Ship Design, Integration and Engineering

Naval Sea Systems Command

1230-1300

Dessert in Exhibit Hall


Track A – Electrical

Track B – Mechanical

1300-1430

Session 1 - Electric Machinery I

Moderator:
Mr. Dave Clayton,
NAVSEA

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Gerritt Lang, NAVSEA

Session 2 – Advanced Propulsors

Moderator:
Dr. Ki-Han Kim
, Office of Naval Research

Asst. Moderator:

Mr.Seth Schroeder,NSWCCD

DDG-51 Fuel Efficiency Demonstration

by Steve Cobb

SATCON Applied Technology

Parameter Optimization for Speed and Position Estimation System for Sensorless Control of Permanent Magnet Motorsby Professor O.A. Mohammed, PhD, et al., Florida International University & NSWCCD

Abstract

Student Presentation:Finite Element Modeling for the Design and Analysis of Electric Machinery in Propulsion Systems for Naval Applicationsby

Jacques Stephan Stacco, Mohamed Elshaer, Hassan Chaudhary and Wilder Saint-Hilaire,

Energy Systems Research Laboratory

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University

Hybrid Contra Rotating Propeller System for High Speed and Efficiencyby Gabor Karafiath and Dominic Cusanelli, NSWCCD-SSES, C/939

Abstract


Towards High Performance CPPby M. Godjevac & T. van Beek, Wartsila Propulsion Netherlands

Abstract

Recent Developments in Variable Marine Jet Propulsorsby Ronald Selvidge, Art Anderson Associates

Abstract

1430-1500

Break in Exhibit Hall

1500-1700

Session 3 – Electric Distribution I

Moderator:
Dr. John V. Amy Jr.
, BMT/Syntek

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Michael McDonald, Qinetiq

Session 4 – Drive Trains

Moderator:
Mr. Cesar Artze
, Alion Science & Technology

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Michael Kipp,Alion Science & Technology

In-Zone Power Distribution for the Next Generation Integrated Power Systemby CAPT Norbert Doerry, USN, NAVSEA

Abstract

Applying Multi-terminal DC System Control Concepts to a Multi-zonal Shipboard MVDC Power Systemby Michael Andrus, Mischa Steurer & Chris Edrington, Center for Advanced Power Systems, Florida State University

Abstract

Student Presentation: Development and Implementation of a Virtual Motor/Generator TestingCapability for Multi-Megawatt Variable Speed Drives at FSU-CAPS

byFletcher Flemming,Center for Advanced Power Systems, Florida State University


Design and Manufacturing Innovation for Hovercraft Propulsion Gearboxesby David Freeman, Allen Gears Ltd.

Abstract

Toroidal Rolling Bearings as an Alternative Bearing for Propulsion Shaftingby Stefan Norberg, SKF USA Inc.

Abstract

Eliminating the “Achilles Heel” of an Open Water Lubricated Shaft Line with a New Shaft Coating Systemby Ingrid Muschta, P, Eng, Thordon Bearings Inc.

Abstract

An Environmentally Compatible Lubricant for Sterntubes and Marine Hydraulic Systemsby Hiroyuki Sada, Seiji Tamajo and David W. Hawkins, Kobelco Eagle Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Takasago, Japan; Kobelco Eagle Marine Inc., New York, NY

Abstract

1700-1900

Holiday Reception – Exhibit Area

Student Posters (12)

ESRDC Posters at ASNE Advanced Naval Propulsion Conference


University of Texas at Austin:

Student: Jason Albert, Patrick Hewlett

"Improving Performance of Gas Turbines Subjected to Marine Environment Contaminants." The authors are: Jason Albert, Kelly Keefe, and David Bogard.

Patrick Hewlett and Thomas Kiehne "A Framework for Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of Shipboard HVAC Strategies."

Purdue University:

Student: Ricky Chan,

R.R. Chan, S.D. Sudhoff, and E.L. Zivi, "A Prescribed Robustness Evolutionary Algorithm"

R.R. Chan, S.D. Sudhoff, Y. Lee, and E.L. Zivi, "A Linear Programming Approach to Modeling an Integrated Engineering Plant Electrical System"

M. Bash, B.N. Cassimere, C. Harianto, D. Wu, S.D. Pekarek, and S.D. Sudhoff, "Multi-Objective Electric Machine Design using Population-Based Optimization Method"


Florida State University:

Student: Fletcher Flemming,Y. Pan, M. Steurer, T. L. Baldwin, P. M. da Silveira, P. F. Ribeiro, "Effective Ground Fault Location in High-resistance Grounded Shipboard DC Power Distribution Systems"

S. Azongha, L.Liu, H. Li, "Utilizing Ultra-capacitor Energy Storage in Motor Drives".

Siyu Leng, Wenxin Liu, and David Cartes, “ Reconfigurable Active Front-End for Power Quality Improvement of Adjustable Speed Drives "


University of South Carolina:

Students: Philip Stone and Ruixian Fang

“Use of Harmonic Metrics for Strategic Placement of Filters in a Reconfigurable Electric Ship Integrated Power System” Philip Stone, Jingjiang Wang, Yong-June Shin, and Roger A. Dougal.

“APPLICATION OF SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL IN THE ELECTRIC SHIP POWER SYSTEM”,Wei Jiang, Ruixian Fang, Jamil Khan, Roger A. Dougal, Juan Ordonez

Mississippi State University:

Student: Hymiar Hamilton, Venkata Krishna Pendurthi

Hymiar Hamilton and Noel Schulz, “Naval Shipboard Design and Protection Criteria for a MVDC NGIPS”.

Venkata Krishna Pendurthi, Dr. Stephanie Doane, Dr. Noel Schulz, Dr. Anurag Srivastava, “Cognitive Engineering Analysis of a Decision Support System for Real-Time Adaptive Power System Reconfiguration”

 

 

TIMES

Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Advanced Naval Propulsion Systems Symposium

0700-0800

Registration Open

0800-0930

Keynote Addresses:

Mr. Howard Fireman, NAVSEA Director, Future Concepts and Surface Ship Design

&

Mr. Ronald O'Rourke, Congressional Research Service

0930-1000

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

1000-1130

Plenary Panel Session 2

The Future of Fossil Fuels in the USN – Particularly in Naval Propulsion

Moderator –RADM Malcolm MacKinnon, III, USN (Ret.), MSCL, LLC

Asst. Moderator: Mr. Dan Groghan, ONR (Code 33, Contractor)

DESCRIPTION: With fossil fuels becoming more costly, what course of action should the USN take for new ship propulsion? Also, what should be done with existing fossil fueled ships to improve fuel efficiency?

FIVE AREAS OF PANEL DISCUSSION:

1. CAPT Read Tuddenham, USN (Ret.), General Electric Marine and Industrial - Topic; Is there is a future for simple cycle gas turbines and fossil fuels in the USN?

2. Dr. Alan Roberts, Retired - Topic; What changes in Navy fuels are likely in the 21st century and will they mandate propulsion system changes?

3. CAPT (Sel.) Lynn Petersen, Deputy Director, Electric Ships Office, PMS 320 - Topic; Will integrated electric drive plants bring the necessary fuel efficiency improvements the USN wants?

4. Dr. Dave Shifler, ONR Program Manager - Topic; What Science and Technology (S&T) development programs should the USN be pursuing, that is, should the Navy be investing in new, high temperature materials for more efficient gas turbines? If not, what course of S&T investment should it pursue?

5. Peter Diakun - Northrop Grumman, Newport News - Topic; What impact will higher efficiency Naval Propulsion requirements have on U.S. shipbuilders?

1130-1230

Luncheon
Guest Speaker:

Mr. Peter Noble

Chief Naval Architect

ConocoPhillips - Project Development

1230-1300

Dessert in Exhibit Hall

 

1300-1500


Session 5 – Elect Distribution/Control

Moderator:
Mr. Tom Dalton
,NAVSEA 05Z31

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Adam Kelinski, NAVSEA

Session 6 – Power Generation

Moderator:

Mr. Ed Cohen, NAVSEA

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Gabe Yu,NAVSEA

Testing of DD(X) EDM Permanent Magnet Propulsion Motor and Drive at NSWC Land Based Test Siteby James Burns

Machinery Control System (MCS) Procurement & Lifecycle Approaches: Commercial & Militaryby Michael Roa, ABS Americas

Abstract


An Exploration of Guidelines and Limitations on the Co-Simulation of Integrated Sub-Modelsby Bassem Nairouz, Matt Hoepfer, Dr. Neil Weston & Dr. Dimitri Mavris, Georgia Institute of Technology

Abstract


Student Presentation:Influence of Inductive Fault Current Limiter on Generator Synchronizationby

Yucheng Zhang & Roger A. Dougal,
Electrical Engineering, University of South Carolina

Hybrid Propulsion Systems Enable Fuel Savings andIncreased Generating Capacity

by Mike Robinson, DRS

Developing Diesel Engines to Meet the Requirements of the Naval MarketbyHeiner Pranger, MTU

Abstract


Efficiency Improvement in Naval Steam TurbinesbyRod Blunkand Stephen Rashid, Dresser-Rand

Abstract

Student Presentation: Improving Performance of Gas Turbines Subjected to Marine Environment Contaminantsby Jason Albert, Kelly Keefe, and David Bogard,graduate students in Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas

1500-1530 Break in Exhibit Hall

1530-1700

Session 7 – Electric Machinery II

US CITIZENS ONLY

Proof of citizenship required for entry. Please bring US Passport, birth certificate, or

Citizenship Verification Form.

Moderator:
CAPT (Sel.) Lynn Petersen, USN- NAVSEA Electric Ship Office (PMS 320)

Asst. Moderator:

Mr. Jason Yan, NSWCCD-SSES

Session 8 – Ship Architectures

Moderator:
Mr. Scott Littlefield
,NSWCCD

Asst. Moderator:

LCDR Philip E. Malone, USN

Navy QDR Integration Group

Transient Performance of a High- Temperature-Superconducting Generatorby Stephen D. Umans, Consultant Baldor/Reliance Advanced Technology Laboratory

Abstract


Integrated Motor Propulsor

by CAPT Dennis P. Mahoney, PE, USN (Ret.)

presented by Steve Cobb

SATCON Applied Technology


Field Operating Experience with the Integral Motor/Propulsor in Submarine Secondary Propulsion Systemsby Eric Fratangelo andHenry M. Rainone, Curtiss-Wright, Electro Mechanical Corp.

Abstract


Stating the Obvious on Ship Architecturesby James C. Davis

Abstract



Advanced Connection Technology for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Combatantsby Paul Barlow, Eric Nordstroem & Lee Erdman, Voith Turbo Inc.

Abstract

Student Presentation:Use of Harmonic Metrics for Strategic Placement of Filters in a Reconfigurable Electric Ship Integrated Power SystembyPhilip Stone, Jingjiang Wang, Yong-June Shin, and Dr. Roger A. Dougal,Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Carolina

1700

Symposium Ends