2014 Chesapeake Power Boat Symposium

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    It looks like a great program. Authors of presentations who participate on this forum include CDBarry:
    COMPARISON OF STABILITY STANDARDS FOR MILITARY, PARAMILITARY AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDER SMALL CRAFT
    Authors: Christopher D. Barry, USCG Surface Forces Logistics Center
    Paul A. Hirsimaki​
    and Alik:
    COMPOSITE HIGH SPEED CRAFT: PRACTICAL DESIGN APPROACHES
    Author: Albert Nazarov, ‘Albatross Marine Design’​
    I'll be there. Already registered.
     
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    Latest on CPBS 2014

    http://www.sname.org/cpbs2014/home

    Special Honored Guest

    The Chesapeake PowerBoat Symposium Committee would like to announce that the Honored Guest for this year's Powerboat Symposium will be Professor Jacques Hadler, Professor Emeritus of Naval Architecture at Webb Institute, who has made significant contributions to our knowledge of high speed craft hydrodynamics.

    Abstracts

    Acceleration Trends of High-Speed Planing Craft Operating in a Seaway
    Authors: Michael Riley, The Columbia Group
    Dr. Timothy Coats, Combatant Craft Division, NSWCCD Det Norfolk
    Heidi Murphy, Combatant Craft Division, NSWCCD Det Norfolk

    Acceleration Response Mode Decomposition for Quantifying Wave Impact Load in High-Speed Planing Craft
    Authors: Michael Riley, The Columbia Group
    Dr. Timothy Coats, Combatant Craft Division, NSWCCD Det Norfolk
    Heidi Murphy, Combatant Craft Division, NSWCCD Det Norfolk

    Non-Linear Method for Steady Hydrodynamic Analysis of Cambered Planing Surfaces
    Authors: Giuliano Vernengo, MIT Innovative Ship Design Lab (i-Ship), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
    Stefano Brizzolara, MIT Innovative Ship Design Lab (i-Ship), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

    The Impulse Plus Propulsion System
    Author: Harry Menian, Aero-Marine Consulting, Miami, FL

    Hydrodynamic Development of a Jet-Assisted Hydrofoil Craft
    Authors: Robert J. Walling; Stevens Institute of Technology
    Raju Datla; Stevens Institute of Technology

    SEMI-DISPLACEMENT HULLS---A MISNOMER?
    Author: Daniel Savitsky; Stevens Institute of Technology

    Advances in Time-Domain Simulation of Planing Boats
    Author: Richard H. Akers, Maine Marine Composites

    The Calculation of Side Force for Partially Submerged Propellers
    Author: Dr. John Scherer, Mercury Marine

    A Simulation-Based Approach for Structural Design of High-Speed Planing Craft
    Authors: Mikael Razola, Anders Rosén, Karl Garme, Katrin Olausson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    Controlling Hull and Sea Chest Biofouling using Ultrasonic Technology
    Author: David Douglas, Howell Laboratories, Inc.

    COMPOSITE HIGH SPEED CRAFT: PRACTICAL DESIGN APPROACHES
    Author: Albert Nazarov, ‘Albatross Marine Design’

    COMPARISON OF STABILITY STANDARDS FOR MILITARY, PARAMILITARY AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDER SMALL CRAFT
    Authors: Christopher D. Barry, USCG Surface Forces Logistics Center
    Paul A. Hirsimaki

    “Comparative Analysis of Common Methods for Predicting Vertical Acceleration of Planing Craft and Correlation to Model Data”
    Authors: Jeffrey Bowles, P.E. - Donald L. Blount & Associates, Inc.
    Jonathan Soja, - Donald L. Blount & Associates, Inc.

    Re-purposing of Vessels
    Author: Dina Kowalyshyn, CDI Marine Band Lavis Division

    COMPARISON OF VERY SLENDER VESSEL AND TRANSONIC HULL FOR SPECIAL FORCES AND HIGH SPEED POWER BOATS
    Authors: A. A. Calderon, Transonic Hull Company (THC)
    Steve Slaughter, MCA of Newport Beach CA

    EXPERIMENTS ON DIRECTIONAL STABILITY OF STEPPED PLANING HULLS
    Authors: Michael Morabito, United States Naval Academy
    Connor Timmins, United States Naval Academy
    Mark Pavkov, Naval Architect, Hydromechanics Laboratory

    Lightecraft Characteristics
    Author: Todd M. Hiller, MARAD

    Perception-Response Times in Recreational Boating
    Authors: James E. Getz, Illinois Conservation Police (Ret.)
    Patrick J. Robins, Virtual Crash Animation & Reconstruction

    ​Comparative Analysis of Common Methods for Predicting Vertical Acceleration of Planing Craft and Correlation to Model Data
    Authors: Jeffrey Bowles, P.E. - Donald L. Blount & Associates, Inc.
    Jonathan Soja, - Donald L. Blount & Associates, Inc.

    Human impact exposure on slamming high-speed boats
    ​Johan Ullman, M.D.

    Short Courses

    Acceleration Workshop – Monday, June 23 (1.5 hours)

    Short Course: Propeller Matching for Small Craft – Tuesday, June 24 (3 hours)
     

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