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Welcome!!!



Welcome to the Northern New England Section representing the American Society of Naval Engineers in the Northern New England area.

We are considering offering ASNE sponsored short courses. These typically are 4 hours courses and offer PDH credit.

Please email us if you and/or your colleagues have any interest and let us know what topics you are interested in.  Email us at: asnenne@gmail.com

We will only offer courses if there is sufficient interest!

 

Short Course Topics of Interest

Shipboard Systems Engineering

Shipboard Information Assurance

Systems Engineering Fundamentals/ Understanding Reliability

Navy IA/IT Certification Infrastructure

Cost Engineering/ Ship Life Cycle Optimization

Cyber security Systems Integration / Engineering

Machinery Systems Design and Qualification

Controls IA and Cyber security

Shock and Vibration

Software Architecture Navigation and Ship Control

Massive Navy Org Chart Explanation: Warfare Centers, PEOs, NAVSEA, NAVAIR, RMCs, SURFLANT/PAC, etc. Who does what.

Understanding Specifications & Standards Hierarchy/Applicability (Ship Specs, GSO, NSTM, etc.)

Corrosion Control

ILS/Maintenance Class

Navy 101 ( reporting structure within the ships structure, how ships hierarchy is set up (MMC, Co, Xo, etc.)

What is EOSS, EOCC, PMS, TFBRs, etc. We assume that everyone simply knows what this is when they walk through the door.

Submarine Silencing

Networks

High level Navy/NAVSEA class (breakdown/responsibilities, etc...)

Shipboard Engineering Department Operating Procedures

Understanding Funding

Technical Writing

Piping Flexibility

Marketing

Understanding Contracting

Public Speaking

Hydraulic systems, linear electric drive, Variable speed drives

Electric Power Conversion Technology and Control

Shipboard Machinery Systems

Electrical Stability

Ship Design Workshop: Methods, Tools, and Processes for 21st Century Naval Ship Design Workshop

An Introduction to the Use of Game Theory in Naval Engineering Applications: A Primer on Game Theory; Its Use and Application for Complex Engineering Problems

Ship Sea Keeping and Small Boat Dynamics during Launch and Recovery Operation

Human Factors Engineering and the Launch and Recovery of Boats

Mounts/Machinery Alignment

Contract Closeouts

Forecasting and Demand Planning

Data Collection and Analysis

 International Naval Design Standards

Ship General Arrangements

We strive to provide presentations of interest to our members and guests. Meetings are monthly and are typically scheduled from September until late Spring jointly with SNAME and occasionally with the Navy League at locations varying from Bath, Maine to Boston, Massachusetts. The usual meeting format includes a social hour, dinner, presentation and Q&A period. Several meetings each season are field trips to industry landmarks. Our meetings are usually the Third Thursday of the month, unless otherwise noted.

We are always in need of volunteers. If you wish to volunteer, please contact one of the officers. If you receive your announcements by mail, please let us know your email address. This will speed up notification and save on section mailing costs.

The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) was founded in 1888 to foster research and development in the new technology of steam propulsion and in new materials as applied to naval warships. ASNE has since expanded its breadth of interest to all engineering matters as related to naval ship design, maintenance, and operation. Current membership is comprised of over 5,000 engineers engaged in shipboard hull, mechanical, and electrical systems; combat systems; hydrodynamics; naval architecture; nuclear and conventional propulsion; aircraft systems; and a potpourri of traditional engineering disciplines as applied to naval ships.

 

 
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