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High Speed High Performance Ships and Craft Symposium 2007 - Agenda

 

 

Tuesday, 23 January 2007

0700

Registration and Continental Breakfast

0900

Opening Remarks by Chairperson Kelly Cooper, Program Officer, Ships and Engineering Systems Division, ONR

Welcoming Remarks by CAPT Rick Hepburn, PE, USN (Ret.), President of ASNE

0910

Address by CAPT Dave McDuffie, USN, Commander, Naval Coastal Warfare GROUP 2

1000

Plenary Session

 

Riverine and Coastal Craft Panel

 

Moderator: Jean-Michel Coughlin (PM, US Navy Small Boat Program, PEO SHIPS, PMS325G)

 

Assistant Moderator:Tom Copsey (CSC)

 

Technology Developments and Gaps in U.S. Combatant Craft

- Jason Marshall (NSWCCD CCD)

 

Overview USN Foreign Military Sales (FMS) of Coastal Patrol Craft - Ryan Hughes (PEO Ships, PMS325F)

 

Development of the Combat Boat 90 H - Magnus Sörenson and Scott Petersen (SAFE Boats)

 

SEALION: A Technology Demonstrator for the US Navy

- Jennifer Grimsley Speirs, PE (NSWCCD CCD)

 

Stiletto/Wolf PAC - Jason Updegraph (NSWCCD CCD)

1145

Exhibit Grand Opening with Lunch

1245

Session 1

Session 2

 

Advanced Ship Concepts

Coast Guard Applications

 

Moderator: Todd Peltzer, PE (Navatek Ltd)

Assistant Moderator: Dave Stevenson

Moderator: Steve Cohen (USCG)

Asst Mod: LCDR Joe Dugan, USCG

 

Very Fast Planing Craft with Cavitation - Konstantin Matveev (Washington State University)

US Coast Guard Deepwater Program Fast Response Cutter (FRC) - John Lighthammer (USCG FRC PM)

 

A Fresh Approach to Maritime WIG Design; Variable-Geometry Graduated Surface-Foil - David L. Borman (International Maritime Flight Dynamics, Inc.)

Performance Increases in the Coast Guard’s Boat Forces Fleet to Meet Changing Mission Needs - David M. Shepard, PE (USCG G-RCB)

 

“MYSTERY VESSEL”: Mystery Revealed - Dr. Ugo Conti, PE (Marine Advanced Research, Inc.)

US Coast Guard Deepwater Program Small Boat Capabilities - Christian E. Rozicer, PE (USCG LRI/SRP DPM)

 

Heavy Air Lift Seabasing Ship (HALSS) – Technology Updates, Cost and Acquisition Strategy -Dr. Igor Mizine (CSC),

Rick Thorpe and Bob vom Saal (Herbert Engineering Corporation), Laurent Deschamps (SPAR Associates), and Michael Starliper (LM Aeronautics)

 

1430

Break in Exhibit Area

1500

Session 3

Session 4

 

Machinery and Enabling Technologies

High Speed High Performance fundamentals: Basics and Design Tools

 

Moderator: Erik Larsen (Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc.)

Moderator: Bob Keane (Ship Design USA) and Dr. Colen Kennell (NSWCCD CISD)

 

Assistant Moderator: Nat Kobitz

Assistant Moderator: Dave Stevenson

 

Modularity for High Performance Combatant Craft as Implemented in the SEALION Technology Demonstrator - Alma C. M. Jacobson, PE (NSWCCD CCD)

A Concept Design Tool for Small Military Planing Craft - LT Greg Mitchell (MIT 2N)

 

Real-Time Control of Craft Motion along Five Degrees of Freedom - Rob Morvillo (Vector Controls)

Computational Methods for the Seakeeping Analysis of High Speed Vessels - Michael J. Hughes and Andrew Silver (NSWCCD)

 

Noise Prediction and Control on SEAFIGHTER - Ray Fischer (Noise Control Engineering, Inc.)

ONR Aluminum Ship Structures Reliability Program Overview - Dr. Paul E. Hess III (ONR Code 331)

 

Treatment of Emulsified Bilge/Oily Wastewater for Continued Operations in Environmental Sensitive Littorals - Cameron Scott Seifert and Urban Svensson (Alfa Laval, Inc.)

Fatigue Life Management of High-Speed, High Performance Aluminum Ship Structures: Engineering Support for Design & Operation - Dr. Matthew Collette (SAIC)

 

Augmented Reality Enhanced High Speed Vessel Operations - Tom Zysk (Technology Systems, Inc.)

Design and Construction of Aluminum High Speed / High Performance Ships and Craft - Dr. Robert A. Sielski (ONR)

 

 

 

1700

Navigate the Exhibit Area while Enjoying a Reception!

Open Bar Hosted by Rolls-Royce

 

 

 

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

0700

Registration and Continental Breakfast

0900

Address by Dr. Richard Carlin, Sea Warfare and Weapons Department Head, ONR

1000

Plenary Session

 

Advances in Science and Technology

 

Moderator: Dr. Patrick Purtell (ONR)

 

Assistant Moderator: CDR Steve Surko, PE, USN (Ret.)

 

Advanced Modeling and Simulation Computational Tools and Their Applications to Design, Performance Assessment, and Operation of High Speed & High Performance Ships - Woei-Min Lin and Matthew Collette (SAIC)

 

Seakeeping Assessment of Large Trimaran for Naval Aircraft Operations - Dr. Igor Mizine (CSC), Lars Henriksen, Bo Williams, Nils Salvesen (Viking Systems, Inc.)

 

T-Craft: A Sea Based Enabler - Dr. Al Skolnick (Systems Science Consultants)

 

E-Craft - Angel Salinas (NAVSEA 05D)

1130

Break in Exhibit Area

1145

Lunch with John W. Waggoner, President and CEO of Hornblower Marine Services on "The Challenges of Operating High-Speed Vessels"

1245

Session 5

Session 6

 

Advanced Hull Forms

Unmanned Craft & Amphibians

 

Moderator: William Hockberger (Consultant; Chairman, SNAME Panel SD-5)

Moderator: Eric Hansen (NSWCCD CCD)

 

 

 

 

Advanced Hull Form Research at ONR - Paul Rispin/Dan Sheridan (ONR 333)

"Sea Scout" - Dr. Shawn H. Woodson (Advanced Aerodynamics)

 

Recent Developments in Lifting Body Ships and Small, High-Speed Hull Forms -

Todd J. Peltzer, PE (Navatek, Ltd.)

The 11m Unmanned Surface Vehicle for Littoral Combat Craft for ASW Missions - Howard Hornsby (GD Robotics)

 

Subchapter T Passenger Hydrofoil -

Mark Rice and Michael Zauberman (Maritime Applied Physics Corporation) and

Dr. Jewel Barlow (University of Maryland)

Self Cleaning Filter Protects Engines and Eliminates Disposal Issues - Theodore Esplin and Urban Svensson (Alfa Laval, Inc.)

 

Improvement of Hydrofoil Ships Performances - Partial Cavitation - Dr. Eduard Amromin and Dr. Svetlana Kovinskaya (Mechmath LLC)

High Speed Wheeled Amphibians - Jonathan Slutsky (NAVSEA 05D1)

 

A Commercial Approach Providing Naval and Patrol Capability - Tim Speer (Austal)

A Versatile High Speed Amphibian for the Littoral Environment

- Neil Jenkins (Gibbs Technologies)

1430

Break in Exhibit Area

1500

Session 7

Session 8

 

JHSV, JHSS and LCS

Advanced Propulsion Systems

 

Moderator:Mark Bebar (CSC)

Moderator:Dr. Chris Dicks (UK MOD)

 

Assistant Moderator: Jason Strickland (NSWCCD Code 20)

Assistant Moderator: Dave Stevenson

 

JHSV Capabilities Development Document (CDD), Performance Specification Overview and Program Update - LtCol Larry Ryder (PEO Ships, PMS 325)

The Assessment of Propulsion Systems on High Speed Performance Crafts - Luigi Grossi, Francesco Conti, and Adriano Montella (Fincantieri Naval Business Unit)

 

Joint High Speed Sealift Ship (JHSS) Ship Concepts & Essential Technology Development - Steven Wynn (NAVSEA 05D1)

Development of New Waterjet Installations for Reduced Transom Width Applications - Dr. Norbert Bulten (Wartsila)

 

LCS Program Brief - Shawn Izenson (SEA 05D2)

Extending Waterjet Propulsion Operational Limits Through Superior Cavitation Performance - Frank Lanni (Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc.)

 

LCS Technical Opportunities - Rick Bergner and Shawn Izenson (NAVSEA 05D2)

Launch of the MAN 28/33D Diesel Engine - Chris Richards (Fairbanks Morse Engine)

1645

High Speed High Performance Ships and Craft Symposium 2007 Wrap-Up

 

Steve Surko, PE (ITS-Noesis)

Kelly Cooper (ONR)