6 4 - P a g e T e c h n i c a l Report A v a i l a b le M.A.N.-B&W Diesel has introduced their latest design, heavy fuel burning, four-stroke diesel engine, the L58/64, with a power rating from 8,000 to 15,000 bhp. M.A.N.-B&W reports the most noteworthy
Robert E. Carroll has been promoted to hull group vice president, and Stephen L. Tomlin named engine group vice president for the Shipyard Division of National Marine Service Incorporated. The announcement was made by W.A. Creelman, president. Mr.
Wartsila, in conjunction with the Finnish research project SEATECH 2000+, has been developing some new machinery solutions for RoPax vessels. A promising concept is a semidiesel electric machinery, where mechanical propulsion is combined with a diesel electric power plant.
To obtain the necessary improvements that will ensure the commer cial success of the newest generation of high-output engines, additives must be used in lubricants. And although the use of additives in internal combustion engine lubricating oils is nothing new,
Cummins Inc. and CitiCapital have reached an agreement to promote a cosponsored marine finance program. Under the agreement, customers who purchase Cummins engines for various commercial vessels will receive exclusive finance products provided by Citi- Capital.
Years of planning will come to fruition with the 1980 SNAME Spring Meeting and STAR Symposium. This has all taken place under a Steering Committee headed by George Uberti of National Steel and Shipbuilding, prominent in the Society's San Diego Section,