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"Jimmie" Hamilton Award

 

"Jimmie" Hamilton Award



The ASNE Journal Committee annually recommends that the author(s) of the best original technical paper, published in Naval Engineers Journal during that award year, receive the "Jimmie" Hamilton Award, presented annually since 1967. The bases for selection are the professionalism of subject matter, depth of treatment, importance and lasting value, clarity of composition and style, and individual effort.

 

 Past Recipients

2012LCDR Shaun P. Hayes, USN
“Modeling and Simulation Methods for Assessing the Error in Ground Reaction Estimates of a Stranded Vessel”
2011Mr. Joseph M. Bradley, Mr. William J. Dalton, Ms. Christy Goff, RDML(SEL) Michael Jabaley, USN, Mr. Charles McNamara, Mr. Christopher S. Trost
Maximizing Platform Value: Increasing VIRGINIA Class Deployments
2010CDR Joshua J. LaPenna, USN
Surfacing Rescue Container Concept Design for Trident Submarines: Rethinking Submarine Search and Rescue
2009Mr. James D. Moreland, Jr.
Structuring a Flexible, Affordable Naval Force to Meet Strategic Demand in the 21st Century
2008Dr. Alan Brown and LT Justin Strock, USCG
Methods for Naval Ship Concept and Propulsion Technology Exploration in a CGX Case Study
2007Dr. Nita Lewis Miller and Robert Firehammer
Avoiding a Second Hollow Force: The Case for Including Crew Endurance Factors in the Afloat Staffing Policies of the U.S. Navy
2007Mr. John E. Tessaro, Mr. Ray M. Calfo and Mr. Matt B. Smith
High-Speed Generators for Power-Dense, Medium-Power, Gas Turbine Generator Sets
2006CAPT Norbert Doerry, USN
Zonal Ship Design
2005Mr. John C. Hootman and Dr. Cliff Whitcomb
A Military Effectiveness Analysis and Decision Making Framework for Naval Ship Design and Acquisition
2004Mr. Gabor Karafiath, Mr. Donald McCallum and Dr. Dane Hendrix
Designing Navy Hull Forms for Fuel Economy
2003; 2002Dr. Unyime O. Akpan, Dr. Tamunoiyala S. Koko, Dr. Bilal M. Ayyub, and Timothy E. Dunbar (2003); Dr. Bilal M. Ayyub, Dr. Ibrahim A. Assakkaf, Dr. David P. Kihl, and Mr. Michael W. Sieve (2002); Dr. Gilberto F.M. de Souza and Dr. Bilal Ayyub, P.E. (2000)
2003Dr. Unyime O. Akpan, Dr. Tamunoiyala S. Koko, Dr. Bilal M. Ayyub, and Timothy E. Dunbar
Reliability Assessment of Corroding Ship Hull Structure
2002Dr. Bilal M. Ayyub, Dr. Ibrahim A. Assakkaf, Dr. David Pl Kihl, and Michael W. Sieve
Reliability-Design Guidelines for Fatigue of Ship Structures
2001CDR Stephen P. Markle, USN, P.E.; and Sean E. Gill
T-AKE: Acquiring the Environmentally Sound Ship of the 21st Century
2000Dr. Gilberto F. M. de Souza and Dr. Bilal Ayyub, P.E.
Probabilistic Fatigue Life Prediction for Ship Structures Using Fracture Mechanics
2000LCDR Chris L. Warren, USN and CDR Mark W. Thomas, USN
Submarine Hull Form Optimization Case Study Using Parametric Relationships, a Ducted Lifting-Line model, and a Genetic Algorithm
1999Mr. Dominic S. Cusanelli and Lowry Hundley
Mr. Dominic S. Cusanelli and Lowry Hundley
1998Diane Burton, Jan de Kat, Rubin Sheinberg, and Peter Minnick
Extreme Motion Analysis and Simulation for Ship Design and Operations
1998Mr. Peter Minnick
Extreme Motion Analysis and Simulation for Ship Design and Operations
1997Mr. Craig A. Nickol
Future Naval Aircraft and Aircraft Carrier Design: A Study of Aircraft/Ship Interface
1996Mr. William A. Hockberger
Total System Ship Design in a Supersystem Framework
1995Kurt Yankaskas and Tom Slotwinski
Acoustic Characteristics of T-AGOS 19 Class SWATH Ships
1994Dr. Armin W. Troesch and LTJG John D. Hicks, USCG
The Efficient Use of Simulation in Planing Hull Motion Analysis
1992Dr. Bilal M. Ayyub and Kwan-Ling Lai
Structural Reliability Assessment with Ambiguity and Vagueness in Failure
1984John D. Adams and Walter F. Beverly
Technical Evaluation of the SES-200 High Length-to-Beam Surface Effect Ship
1982Dr. James V. Jolliff and Dr. David L. Green
Advanced Integrated Electric Propulsion — A Reality of the Eighties
1981Mr. Roy J. Biondi and Mr. Bradford E. Kruger
The Unimast Concept — A Major Departure in Shipboard Radar Antenna Installation Philosophy
1980Dr. Carl T. Zovko
Several Unusual Propulsion Systems
1979CAPT James L. McVoy, USN (Ret.)
Prediction of a Submarine's Trajectory by an Approximate Solution of it's Equation of Motion
1978LCDR Steven R. Olson, USN
An Evaluation of the Seakeeping Qualities of Naval Combatants
1977LCDR Henry W. Schab, USN (Ret) and George F. Wilhelmi
Glass Rienforced Plastic (GRP) Piping For Shipboard Application
1976Mr. Jack W. Abbott and Mr. Charles M. Atchison
Pneumatics — An Analysis for Auxiliary Power Use
1975Mr. Peter A. Gale
Margins in Naval Surface Ship Design
1974LCDR W. Lawrence Fulton, II, USN
Essential Manning — Its Impact on Destroyer Design, Operation and Maintenance
1973LCDR Clark Graham, USN
The Operator and Engineer Partners In Naval Ship Design
1972Mr. Reuven Leopold, CAPT Edward C. Svendsen, USN (Ret.) and Mr. Harvey C. Kloehn
Warship Design Combat Subsystem Integration — A Complex Problem Unnecessarily Complicated
1971Dr. Marcel J.E. Golay
Underwater Arctic Oil Transport
1970Mr. John J. Nachtsheim and CDR L. Dennis Ballou, USN
Present Status of Computer-Aided Ship Design and Construction — Is That All There Is?
1969LCDR Jack W. Lewis, USCG
Some Aspects of the Design of Diesel Electric Icebreaker Propulsion Systems
1968LT Eugene A. Silva, USNR (Ret.)
Welding Processes in the Deep Ocean
1967Mr. Benjamin W. Lankford, Jr.
The Structural Design of the ASR Catamaran Cross-Structure
 
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